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Edward Hurcombe
Edward Hurcombe
Digital Media Research Centre, Queensland University of Technology
Verified email at qut.edu.au
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‘Corona? 5G? or both?’: the dynamics of COVID-19/5G conspiracy theories on Facebook
A Bruns, S Harrington, E Hurcombe
Media International Australia, 1329878X20946113, 2020
185*2020
Facebook, news media and platform dependency: The institutional impacts of news distribution on social platforms
J Meese, E Hurcombe
New Media & Society 23 (8), 2367-2384, 2021
502021
Digital journalism as symptom, response, and agent of change in the platformed media environment
J Burgess, E Hurcombe
Digital Journalism 7 (3), 359-367, 2019
322019
What’s newsworthy about ‘social news’?: Characteristics and potential of an emerging genre
E Hurcombe, J Burgess, S Harrington
Journalism, 2019
292019
# IStandWithDan versus# DictatorDan: the polarised dynamics of Twitter discussions about Victoria’s COVID-19 restrictions
T Graham, A Bruns, D Angus, E Hurcombe, S Hames
Media International Australia 179 (1), 127-148, 2021
202021
Visual mis/disinformation in journalism and public communications: current verification practices, challenges, and future opportunities
TJ Thomson, D Angus, P Dootson, E Hurcombe, A Smith
Journalism Practice 16 (5), 938-962, 2022
182022
Covering conspiracy: Approaches to reporting the COVID/5G conspiracy theory
A Bruns, E Hurcombe, S Harrington
Digital Journalism 10 (6), 930-951, 2022
102022
Coronavirus Conspiracy Theories: Tracing Misinformation Trajectories from the Fringes to the Mainstream
A Bruns, S Harrington, E Hurcombe
Communicating COVID-19, 229-249, 2021
92021
The making of a captain: The production and projection of a political image on the Tony Abbott Facebook page
E Hurcombe
Communication, Politics & Culture 49 (1), 19-38, 2016
92016
Regulating misinformation: Policy brief
J Meese, E Hurcombe
Analysis & Policy Observatory, 2020
72020
The institutional impacts of algorithmic distribution: Facebook and the Australian news media
F Bailo, J Meese, E Hurcombe
Social Media+ Society 7 (2), 20563051211024963, 2021
62021
Managing problematic visual media in natural hazard emergencies
P Dootson, TJ Thomson, D Angus, S Miller, E Hurcombe, A Smith
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 59, 102249, 2021
62021
The logics of social news: How BuzzFeed, Junkee and Pedestrian.tv are making news more engaging, sociable and personal
E Hurcombe
Queensland University of Technology, 2019
42019
‘Fake news’ on Facebook: a large-scale longitudinal study of problematic link-sharing practices from 2016 to 2020
D Angus, A Bruns, E Hurcombe, S Harrington
Selected Papers in Internet Research 2021: Research from the Annual …, 2021
22021
‘FAKE NEWS’AND OTHER PROBLEMATIC INFORMATION: STUDYING DISSEMINATION AND DISCOURSE PATTERNS
D Angus, A Bruns, E Hurcombe, S Harrington, S Glazunova, ...
AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research, 2021
12021
RT on Facebook: The reach of pro-Kremlin propaganda across language communities
S Glazunova, SX Montaņa-Niņo, E Hurcombe, A Obeid, S Coulibaly, ...
Selected Papers in Internet Research 2021: Research from the Annual …, 2021
12021
“Cloudy with a Chance of Sh!tstorm”: Examining the Role of Social News Outlets in the Hack Live: Is Male Privilege Bullsh! t? Social Media Ritual
E Hurcombe
Digitizing Democracy, 2018
12018
Australia’s DIGI Code: what can we learn from the EU experience?
E Hurcombe, J Meese
Australian Journal of Political Science, 1-11, 2022
2022
The Dissemination of Problematic News on Facebook: A Large-Scale, Longitudinal Study
A Bruns, D Angus, E Hurcombe, S Harrington, J Tan
SocArXiv, 2022
2022
Global Platforms and Local Networks: An Institutional Account of the Australian News Media Bargaining Code
J Meese, E Hurcombe
Digital Platform Regulation, 151-172, 2022
2022
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