Whose Media Is Hostile? The Spillover Effect of Interpersonal Discussions on Media Bias Perceptions

Laia Castro Herrero, David Nicolas Hopmann, Lilach Nir

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Original languageEnglish
JournalCommunications. European Journal of Communication Research
ISSN0341-2059
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2020

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Whose Media Is Hostile? The Spillover Effect of Interpersonal Discussions on Media Bias Perceptions. / Castro Herrero, Laia; Hopmann, David Nicolas; Nir, Lilach.

In: Communications. European Journal of Communication Research, 2020.

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