A research group at the University of Cambridge turned to online mass media in hopes of identifying if its influence could alter risk-taking attitudes.
A research team at George Washington University evaluated 715 US-based adult participants who took part in a 10-question survey.
An excessive preoccupation with editing self-portraits on social media could have negative consequences for mood and body image among women, new research suggests.
A research coalition affiliated with the French National Centre for Scientific Research explored the algorithmic curation of video recommendations on the social networking site.
Misinformation on COVID-19 making the rounds on social networking sites is more likely to have originated from conservative media outlets, new research suggests.
Researchers found that students are prioritizing online information rather than traditional teaching materials, intermittently lacking the critical assessment of their sources.
The study, as published in the peer-reviewed journal Mass Communication and Society, examined data comprised of more than 600 participants identified as frequent consumers of soft drinks.
In the findings, as published in Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, researchers found that the ads were considerably effective at its intended outcome of eliciting more social engagements from users.
During times of stress and nomophobia, a group of researchers studied its association with passive and active Facebook use over a span of years among adults.