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Dr Michael J Jensen is an associate professor at the Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis. He has a background in political communication and has published books with Cambridge University Press and Palgrave concerning online political behaviour. His work concerns the use of digital communication technologies in the development of new forms of political organization within political campaigning and protest movements.
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Framing and sharing news
Park, S., Jensen, M., Fuller, G., Fisher, C. & LEE, J. Y.
10/01/20 → 9/01/21
Weaponized Narratives: PRC Interference in the 2020 Taiwan Election
7/01/20 → 7/06/20
Realising Democracy Amid Communicative Plenty: A Deliberative Approach
Dryzek, J., Ayirtman Ercan, S., Fawcett, P., Hendriks, C. & Jensen, M.
12/03/15 → 31/12/17
Three reasons why disinformation is so pervasive and what we can do about itO'Neil, M. & Jensen, M., 12 Aug 2022, The Conversation, p. 1-4 4 p.
Research output: Contribution to Newspaper/Magazine/Bulletin › Article
Illiberal Media in a Liberal Democracy: Examining Identity in Australia’s Mandarin Language NewsJensen, M. & Chen, T., Jun 2021, In: Issues and Studies. 57, 2, p. 1-35 35 p., 2150005.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
Australian Perspectives on MisinformationO'Neil, M. & Jensen, M., 11 Nov 2020, Canberra: News Media Research Centre, University of Canberra. 50 p.
Research output: Book/Report › ReportsOpen AccessFile437 Downloads (Pure)
Digital News Report: Australia 2020Park, S., Fisher, C., LEE, J. Y., Mcguinness, K., Sang, Y., O'Neil, M., Jensen, M., Mccallum, K. & Fuller, G., 16 Jun 2020, Canberra: News Media Research Centre, University of Canberra. 115 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Reports › peer-reviewOpen Access
How misinformation about 5G is spreading within our government institutions – and who’s responsibleJensen, M., 13 Jul 2020, The Conversation, 2020, July, p. 1-5 5 p.
Research output: Contribution to Newspaper/Magazine/Bulletin › ArticleOpen AccessFile148 Downloads (Pure)
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Journal of Information Technology and Politics (Journal)
Michael JENSEN (Reviewer)1 Jan 2018 → 31 Dec 2022
Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work › Editorial work
Asked to provide evidence for a second time by the Australian Senate Select Committee on Foreign Interference through Social Media.
Mathieu O'Neil (Participant), Michael Jensen (Participant) & Kerry Mccallum (Participant)
Impact: Social impacts
Evidence provided to the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters: Inquiry into and report on all aspects of the conduct of the 2016 federal Election and matters related thereto
Mathieu O'Neil (Participant), Sora Park (Participant), Caroline Fisher (Participant), Glen Fuller (Participant), Michael Jensen (Participant) & Jee Young LEE (Participant)
Impact: Social impacts
Provided evidence to the Australian Senate Select Committee on Foreign Interference through Social Media
Mathieu O'Neil (Participant), Robert Ackland (Participant) & Michael Jensen (Participant)
Impact: Social impactsFile