Magdalena Saldaña
Magdalena Saldaña
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Adaptación del modelo de deserción universitaria de Tinto a la Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción, Chile
M Saldaña Villa, OA Barriga
Revista de Ciencias Sociales 16 (4), 616-628, 2010
Social media as a public space for politics: Cross-national comparison of news consumption and participatory behaviors in the United States and the United Kingdom
M Saldaña, SC McGregor, H Gil de Zúñiga
International journal of communication 9 (1), 3304-3326, 2015
Reporting in Latin America: Issues and perspectives on investigative journalism in the region
M Saldaña, RR Mourao
The International Journal of Press/Politics 23 (3), 299-323, 2018
Stronger and safer together: Motivations for and challenges of (trans) national collaboration in investigative reporting in Latin America
LM Cueva Chacón, M Saldaña
Digital Journalism 9 (2), 196-214, 2021
Sharing the stage: Analysis of social media adoption by Latin American journalists
M Saldaña, VM Higgins Joyce, A Schmitz Weiss, RC Alves
Journalism practice 11 (4), 396-416, 2017
Chillin’effects of fake news: Changes in practices related to accountability and transparency in American newsrooms under the influence of misinformation and accusations …
HT Vu, M Saldaña
Journalism & mass communication quarterly 98 (3), 769-789, 2021
Peripheral elaboration model: The impact of incidental news exposure on political participation
S Shahin, M Saldaña, H Gil de Zuniga
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 18 (2), 148-163, 2021
When Gaps Become Huuuuge: Donald Trump and Beliefs About Immigration
M Saldaña, L M. Cueva Chacón, V García-Perdomo
Mass Communication and Society 21 (6), 785-813, 2018
You are fake news! Factors impacting journalists’ debunking behaviors on social media
M Saldaña, HT Vu
Digital Journalism 10 (5), 823-842, 2022
I don’t want you to be my president! Incivility and media bias during the presidential election in Chile
M Saldaña, A Rosenberg
Social Media+ Society 6 (4), 2056305120969891, 2020
Ethical perspectives in Latin America’s journalism community: A comparative analysis of acceptance of controversial practice for investigative reporting
VMH Joyce, M Saldaña, AS Weiss, RC Alves
International Communication Gazette 79 (5), 459-482, 2017
Support for protests in Latin America: Classifications and the role of online networking
RR Mourão, M Saldaña, SC McGregor, AD Zeh
Social Sciences 5 (4), 58, 2016
From compelling arguments to compelling associations at the third level of agenda setting
M Saldaña, A Ardèvol-Abreu
The Power of Information Networks, 104-118, 2015
Subversive affordances as a form of digital transnational activism: The case of Telegram’s native proxy
M Santos, M Saldaña, K Tsyganova
New media & society 26 (1), 131-153, 2024
Latin American investigative journalism education: learning practices, learning gaps
A Schmitz Weiss, V de Macedo Higgins Joyce, M Saldaña, RC Alves
Journalism & mass communication educator 72 (3), 334-348, 2017
Journalism–business tension in Swedish newsroom decision making
M Saldaña, G Sylvie, SC McGregor
Journal of Media Ethics 31 (2), 100-115, 2016
Resources for multilingual hate speech detection
AA Monnar, J Pérez, B Poblete, M Saldaña, V Proust
Proceedings of the Sixth Workshop on Online Abuse and Harms (WOAH), 122-130, 2022
Who is to blame? Analysis of government and news media frames during the 2014 earthquake in Chile
M Saldaña
Journalism Studies 23 (1), 25-47, 2022
Investigative journalism in Latin America today
M Saldana, S Waisbord
Investigative Journalism, 230-242, 2021
Mind the gap! The role of political identity and attitudes in the emergence of belief gaps
M Saldaña, S McGregor, T Johnson
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 33 (3), 607-625, 2021
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