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Publisher and Date:(USC ANNENBERG PRESS, 2018)
News-Sharing Repertoires on Social Media in the Context of Networked Authoritarianism: The Case of Turkey Authors:
Publisher and Date:(USC ANNENBERG PRESS, 2020)Social media has become a primary gateway for users to access news, especially in authoritarian states with strictly controlled media environments. In such contexts, it is crucial to understand the motivations that prompt users to share news on social media. Our qualitative multimethod study presents three patterns of news-sharing repertoires on social media: (1) refraining from sharing and/or self-censorship, (2) sharing overtly political news, and (3) sharing news with political implications in ...