• Coronavirus in Polish online media – what was the attitude of the most opinion-forming news portals in Poland to COVID-19 vaccines?

    Since the invention of the COVID-19 vaccine, many articles have appeared in the Polish information space about vaccination against the coronavirus, the origin of the vaccine, its safety and possible side effects. The Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis carried out a detailed monitoring of the Polish media to take a closer look at the discussion on vaccination in cyberspace. As a result of the analysis of detailed data collected over the last months, a report titled “COVID-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces” was developed.

  • Covid certificates, the Coronavirus Delta variant, or vaccine side-effects? Which of these topics dominated the Polish online media?

    Since the turn of 2019 and 2020, the problem of the COVID-19 epidemic has been widely commented on by the public. New publications on various aspects related to the coronavirus are constantly appearing in the information space. For the purposes of the report: ‘COVID-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces’, selected online media were monitored to examine the exact subject matter of the published articles.

    Source: Own elaboration, Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis

    What issue dominated cyberspace in Poland?

    - Complications related to vaccines were the most popular topic during the period under review (124 mentions in total). The vaccine safety debate prevailed in May, due to reports of deaths of the vaccinated or overdose injections.

    - In June, public attention focused on the Delta variant of the coronavirus (92), w which appeared in Poland.

    - Other widely discussed topics were: restrictions, and especially their easing, announced by the Polish Ministry of Health before the start of the summer holidays.

    - In the surveyed online media there were also articles about the so-called covid passports, the functioning of the EU COVID Certificate was also discussed (37).

    - The conducted monitoring also showed that in the analyzed period, there were texts on conspiracy theories disseminated by anti-vaccination movements in Poland and around the world (37).

     

    Source: Own elaboration, Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis

    READ THE FULL REPORT: This article is part of the “ COVID-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces” report that we will publish shortly.

    Methodology

    The Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis on 10.05-29.08.2021 monitored the Polish and Russian information space in the context of information on vaccines against COVID-19. The study was conducted using the Pulsar online information monitoring and analysis platform. For the sake of this analysis, 5 online mainstream media from Poland and Russia were selected. Polish media selection was based on the 2020 ranking of the most opinion-forming Internet portals, along with 5 additional information portals, bypassing the industry ones: onet.pl, wp.pl, interia.pl, wpolityce.pl and gazeta.pl. Russian media was selected on the basis of the 2020 ranking of the most opinion-forming Internet portals with nationwide coverage, available in the Pulsar media database: Rbc.ru, Gazeta.ru, Lenta.ru, Kp.ru and Fontanka.ru.

    An optimized list of the following keywords representing the names of individual vaccines or their producers was used for monitoring purposes.

    For the Polish information space:

    AstraZeneca OR Vaxzevria OR "Astra Zeneca" OR CanSino OR Convidecia OR Ad5-nCoV OR Covaxin OR BBV152 OR "Bharat Biotech" OR CureVac OR CVnCoV OR Johnson & Johnson OR "Johnson & Johnson" OR J&J OR Jansen OR Janssen OR Moderna OR mRNA-1273 Novavax OR NVX-CoV2373 OR Pfizer OR BioNTech OR BioNTech-Pfizer OR Pfizer-BioNTech OR BNT162 OR Sputnik OR Sinovac OR CoronaVac OR Sinopharm OR Vero OR EpiVacCorona OR CoviVac OR QazVac OR QazCovid-in

    For the Russian information space: 

    AstraZeneca OR Vaxzevria OR "Astra Zeneca" OR CanSino OR CanSino-Biologics OR Convidecia OR Ad5-nCoV OR Covaxin OR BBV152 OR "Bharat Biotech" OR CureVac OR CVnCoV OR Johnson & Johnson OR "Johnson & Johnson" OR J&J OR Jansen OR Janssen OR Moderna mRNA-1273 OR Novavax OR NVX-CoV2373 OR Pfizer OR BioNTech OR BioNTech-Pfizer OR Pfizer-BioNTech OR BNT162 OR Sputnik OR Sinovac OR CoronaVac OR Sinopharm OR Vero OR EpiVacCorona OR CoviVac OR QazVac OR QazCанкеке ORенсекеке ORенсекекаЗ Конвиденция OR OR "Джонсон и Джонсон" OR "Модерна"Пфайзер OR OR ORСинофарм "клетки Веро"Синовак OR OR ORКоронавак "Спутник V" OR "Спутник Лайт" ORЭпиВакКорона КовиВак OR OR ORКазВак КазКовид-ин

    In both cases, the same list of vaccines and their producers were used. The differences in the spelling are solely due to the peculiarities of both information spaces, the prevalence of used vaccine names and, in case of the Russian information space, the use of English and Russian equivalents of the names of vaccines and their producers as well.

    For further analysis, both quantitative and qualitative, only the news containing at least one name of the vaccine or the producer were selected. Publications in which the name of the vaccine or the producer were included in sections of the website other than the content of the article itself (e.g. recommended links to other articles) were identified and rejected as false positives. The  "Sputnik" keyword turned out to be a methodological challenge both in the Polish and Russian information space, because due to its prevalence in contexts other than the name of the vaccine, this lead to relatively many false positive results. Therefore, it was required to conduct the verification of the results obtained from the Pulsar platform automatically as well as manually, in order to eliminate any news irrelevant to the topic of COVID-19 vaccines.

    Each article was then categorized according to the name of the vaccine or a producer that had appeared in the publication: AstraZeneca, CanSino, Convidecia, Covaxin, CoviVac, CureVac, EpiVacCorona, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Novavax, Pfizer, QazVac, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Sputnik V and Vero Cell. Eeach article could have been assigned to more than one category. In case of the Russian information space, the "Sputnik" category had been split into "Sputnik V" and "Sputnik Light" subcategories. This is due to the prevalence of information about both Russian vaccines in the local media, which did not apply to the Polish media.

    Similarly, all articles were assigned to the “country of origin of each vaccine producer” category. For the purposes of this analysis, a simplified assignment of vaccines and their producers to the producer's country was adopted: AstraZeneca - Great Britain, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Pfizer and Novavax - USA, CureVac - Germany, CoviVac, EpiVacCorona, Sputnik V and Sputnik Light - Russia, QazVac - Kazakhstan, CanSino, Convidecia, Sinopharm, Sinovac and Vero Cell - China, Covaxin - India.

    The other analysis categories are the following:

    - an attitude towards vaccines and vaccination against COVID-19 (pro-vaccine news in case of p vaccination vaccine promotion, anti-vaccine ones in case of vaccination discouragement and content with neutral stance towards vaccines);

    - a reference to the situation in Poland / Russia or abroad in the context of COVID-19 vaccines;

    - a qualitative analysis regarding the content of monitored publications.

    The publication is part of the report: ‘COVID-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces’.  This report has been prepared with support from IRI's Beacon Project. The opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not reflect those of IRI.

     

  • COVID-19 VACCINES: THE POLISH INFORMATION SPACE. INTERIM REPORT NUMBER 1

    COVID-19 Vaccines: Polish information space using the example of articles published by Onet.pl, Wp.pl, Interia.pl, Wpolityce.pl, Gazeta.pl in the period between 10 May and 23 May 2021

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Covid-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces” project and implemented during the period of 10 May – 29 August 2021.

  • COVID-19 VACCINES: THE POLISH INFORMATION SPACE. INTERIM REPORT NUMBER 2

    COVID-19 Vaccines: Polish information space using the example of articles published by Onet.pl, Wp.pl, Interia.pl, Wpolityce.pl, Gazeta.pl in the period between 24 May and 6 June 2021.

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Covid-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces” project and implemented during the period of 10 May – 29 August 2021.

  • COVID-19 VACCINES: THE POLISH INFORMATION SPACE. INTERIM REPORT NUMBER 3

    COVID-19 Vaccines: Polish information space using the example of articles published by Onet.pl, Wp.pl, Interia.pl, Wpolityce.pl, Gazeta.pl in the period between 7-20 June 2021.

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Covid-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces” project and implemented during the period of 10 May – 29 August 2021.

  • COVID-19 VACCINES: THE POLISH INFORMATION SPACE. INTERIM REPORT NUMBER 4

    COVID-19 Vaccines: Polish information space using the example of articles published by Onet.pl, Wp.pl, Interia.pl, Wpolityce.pl, Gazeta.pl in the period between 21 June and 4 July 2021.

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Covid-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces” project and implemented during the period of 10 May – 29 August 2021.

  • COVID-19 VACCINES: THE POLISH INFORMATION SPACE. INTERIM REPORT NUMBER 5

    COVID-19 Vaccines: Polish information space using the example of articles published by Onet.pl, Wp.pl, Interia.pl, Wpolityce.pl, Gazeta.pl in the period between 5-18 July 2021.

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Covid-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces” project and implemented during the period of 10 May – 29 August 2021.

  • COVID-19 VACCINES: THE POLISH INFORMATION SPACE. INTERIM REPORT NUMBER 6

    COVID-19 Vaccines: Polish information space using the example of articles published by Onet.pl, Wp.pl, Interia.pl, Wpolityce.pl, Gazeta.pl in the period between 19 July and 1 August 2021.

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Covid-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces” project and implemented during the period of 10 May – 29 August 2021.

  • COVID-19 VACCINES: THE POLISH INFORMATION SPACE. INTERIM REPORT NUMBER 7

    COVID-19 Vaccines: Polish information space using the example of articles published by Onet.pl, Wp.pl, Interia.pl, Wpolityce.pl, Gazeta.pl in the period between 2-15 August 2021.

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Covid-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces” project and implemented during the period of 10 May – 29 August 2021.

  • COVID-19 VACCINES: THE POLISH INFORMATION SPACE. INTERIM REPORT NUMBER 8

    COVID-19 Vaccines: Polish information space using the example of articles published by Onet.pl, Wp.pl, Interia.pl, Wpolityce.pl, Gazeta.pl in the period between 16-29 August 2021

    Below are presented the partial results of the monitoring conducted by the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis as a part of the “Covid-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces” project and implemented during the period of 10 May – 29 August 2021.

  • European Green Deal: Mapping Perceptions in Central and Eastern Europe

    Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis (CAPD), in partnership with the International Republican Institute’s Beacon Project, tracked Polish language Facebook regarding the European Green Deal using CrowdTangle.

  • Koronawirus w polskich mediach online – jaki stosunek do szczepionek przeciw COVID-19 miały najbardziej opiniotwórcze portale informacyjne w Polsce?

    Od momentu wynalezienia szczepionki przeciw COVID-19 w polskiej przestrzeni informacyjnej pojawiło się wiele artykułów dotyczących szczepień na koronawirusa, pochodzenia szczepionki, jej bezpieczeństwa oraz możliwych skutków ubocznych. Centrum Analiz Propagandy i Dezinformacji przeprowadziło szczegółowy monitoring polskich mediów, aby przyjrzeć się bliżej prowadzonej w cyberprzestrzeni dyskusji na temat szczepień. W wyniku analizy szczegółowych danych, zebranych na przestrzeni ostatnich miesięcy, powstał raport pt.: „Szczepionki przeciw COVID-19 w polskich i rosyjskich mediach online: Specyfika i korelacja pomiędzy polską i rosyjską przestrzenią informacyjną”.

  • Paszporty covidowe, wariant Delta koronawirusa czy powikłania związane ze szczepionkami? Który z tych tematów zdominował polskie media online?

    Od przełomu 2019 i 2020 r. problem epidemii COVID-19 jest szeroko komentowany przez opinie publiczną. W przestrzeni informacyjnej nieustannie pojawiają się nowe publikacje dotyczące różnych aspektów związanych z koronawirusem. Na potrzeby raportu: „Szczepionki przeciw COVID-19 w polskich i rosyjskich mediach online: Specyfika i korelacja pomiędzy polską i rosyjską przestrzenią informacyjną”, przeprowadzono monitoring wybranych mediów online pod kątem zbadania dokładnej tematyki publikowanych artykułów. Jakie zagadnienie zdominowało cyberprzestrzeń w Polsce?

  • Polish cyberspace in the face of the coronavirus. Which news sites have published the most articles on vaccines and COVID-19 immunization?

    Since May this year, the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis has been carrying out a detailed monitoring of the most opinion-forming information portals in Poland: onet.pl, wp.pl, interia.pl, wpolityce.pl and gazeta.pl. Data collected between 10.05 and 04.07.2021 has allowed to conduct a thorough analysis of articles published on the Internet in terms of information on the recently invented COVID-19 vaccine. The published texts published on the Internet have been analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively.

  • Polish online media and vaccines against COVID-19. Which of them gained popularity in the Polish information space? What vaccines have not been mentioned in any article?

    In recent months, the Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis has been monitoring selected Polish and Russian online media for information on the coronavirus vaccine. In the first part of the report: “COVID-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces”, the situation in Polish cyberspace in the period: 10.05-04.07.2021 was analyzed.

    Source: Own elaboration, Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis

    The monitoring concerned selected, the most opinion-forming news services in Poland: onet.pl, wp.pl, interia.pl, wpolityce.pl, gazeta.pl. The collected data allowed for a detailed analysis of articles on the recently developed COVID-19 vaccine and vaccination. The texts appearing on the Internet have been analyzed both in terms of quantity and quality.

    Source: Own elaboration, Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis

    The most important conclusions resulting from the research:

    - Regardless of the analyzed news portal, the largest number of articles in the analyzed time period (10.05-04.07.2021) concerned mainly vaccines produced in the West, i.e. Pfizer (a total of 685 publications), AstraZeneca (565), Moderna (399) and Johnson & Johnson (321);

    - Russian (Sputnik V – 48, EpiVacCorona – 3) and Chinese (Sinovac – 18, Cansino – 17, Sinopharm – 15) preparations attracted much less attention from Polish media;

    - No articles on Chinese preparations Convidecia and Vero or the Kazakh QazVac appeared in any of the surveyed news sites;

    - With each successive week there was a noticeable downward trend in the number of published articles on coronavirus vaccines;

    - Research on the Polish information space conducted between 10.05 and 04.07.2021 shows that the Polish online media showed a neutral attitude towards the COVID-19 vaccine and vaccination. The published articles concerned both the situation in the country and vaccine diplomacy abroad;

    - The most popular topic was vaccine-related complications (124 mentions in total), especially the dominant one in May due to reports of deaths in the vaccinated or overdoses of the preparation being injected.

    READ THE FULL REPORT: This article is part of the “ COVID-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces” report that we will publish shortly.

    Methodology

    The Center for Propaganda and Disinformation Analysis on 10.05-29.08.2021 monitored the Polish and Russian information space for information on vaccines against COVID-19. The study used the Pulsar online information monitoring and analysis platform. For the purposes of this analysis, 5 online mainstream media from Poland and Russia were selected. Polish media was selected on the basis of the ranking of the most opinion-forming internet portals in 2020 , with 5 other information portals, bypassing the industry ones: onet.pl, wp.pl, interia.pl, wpolityce.pl and gazeta.pl. Russian media was selected on the basis of the ranking of the most opinion-forming web portals in 2020 with nationwide coverage, available in the Pulsar’s media database: Rbc.ru, Gazeta .ru, Lenta.ru, Kp.ru and Fontanka.ru.

    An optimized list of keywords representing the names of individual vaccines or their producers was used for monitoring.

    For the Polish information space:

    AstraZeneca OR Vaxzevria OR "Astra Zeneca" OR CanSino OR Convidecia OR Ad5-nCoV OR Covaxin OR BBV152 OR "Bharat Biotech" OR CureVac OR CVnCoV OR Johnson & Johnson OR "Johnson & Johnson" OR J&J OR Jansen OR Janssen OR Moderna OR mRNA-1273 Novavax OR NVX-CoV2373 OR Pfizer OR BioNTech OR BioNTech-Pfizer OR Pfizer-BioNTech OR BNT162 OR Sputnik OR Sinovac OR CoronaVac OR Sinopharm OR Vero OR EpiVacCorona OR CoviVac OR QazVac OR QazCovid-in

    For the Russian information space:

    AstraZeneca OR Vaxzevria OR "Astra Zeneca" OR CanSino OR CanSino-Biologics OR Convidecia OR Ad5-nCoV OR Covaxin OR BBV152 OR "Bharat Biotech" OR CureVac OR CVnCoV OR Johnson & Johnson OR "Johnson & Johnson" OR J&J OR Jansen OR Janssen OR Moderna mRNA-1273 OR Novavax OR NVX-CoV2373 OR Pfizer OR BioNTech OR BioNTech-Pfizer OR Pfizer-BioNTech OR BNT162 OR Sputnik OR Sinovac OR CoronaVac OR Sinopharm OR Vero OR EpiVacCorona OR CoviVac OR QazVac OR QazCанкеке OR енсекеке OR енсекекаЗ Конвиденция OR OR "Джонсон и Джонсон" OR "МодернаПфайзер OR OR OR Синофарм "клетки ВероСиновак OR OR OR Коронавак "Спутник V" OR "Спутник Лайт" OR ЭпиВакКорона КовиВак OR OR OR КазВак КазКовид-ин

    In both cases, the same list of vaccines and their producers were used. The differences in the spelling result only from the specificity of both information spaces, the commonality of proper names, and in the case of the Russian information space also the use of English and Russian equivalents of names of vaccines and their producers.

    For further analysis, both quantitative and qualitative, only articles with at least one name of the vaccine or producer were selected. Articles in which the name of the vaccine or the producer were included in elements of the website other than the content of the article (e.g. recommended links to other articles) were identified and rejected as false positives and were not included in the article itself. The slogan "Sputnik" turned out to be a methodological challenge, both in the Polish and Russian information space, which, due to its prevalence in terms other than the name of the vaccine, gave relatively many false-positive results. Therefore, double - automatic and manual - verification of all results obtained in the Pulsar platform was used to eliminate articles that did not relate to the topic of COVID-19 vaccines.

    Each article was then categorized according to the name of the vaccine or producer that appeared in the publication: AstraZeneca, CanSino, Convidecia, Covaxin, CoviVac, CureVac, EpiVacCorona, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Novavax, Pfizer, QazVac, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Sputnik V, Vero Cell. An individual article may have been assigned to more than one category. In the case of the Russian information space, the "Sputnik" category has been split into "Sputnik V" and "Sputnik Light". This is due to the prevalence of information about both Russian vaccines in the local media, which does not apply to the Polish media.

    Similarly, all articles were assigned to the category: country of producer of individual vaccines. For the purposes of this analysis, a simplified assignment of vaccines and their producers to the producer's country was adopted: AstraZeneca - Great Britain, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Pfizer and Novavax - USA, CureVac - Germany, CoviVac, EpiVacCorona, Sputnik V and Sputnik Light - Russia, QazVac - Kazakhstan, CanSino, Convidecia, Sinopharm, Sinovac and Vero Cell - China, Covaxin - India.

    The other categories of analysis are:

    - attitude towards vaccines and vaccination against COVID-19 (pro-vaccine products in the case of promoting vaccination, anti-vaccine products in the case of discouraging vaccination, and neutral in the case of informational articles without a label on vaccines);

    - reference to the situation in Poland / Russia or abroad in the context of COVID-19 vaccines;

    - qualitative analysis related to the content of monitored articles.

    The publication is part of the report: ‘COVID-19 vaccines in Polish- and Russian-language online media outlets: specifics and correlation between them in Polish and Russian information spaces’.  This report has been prepared with support from IRI's Beacon Project. The opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not reflect those of IRI.

     

  • Polska cyberprzestrzeń w obliczu koronawirusa. Które serwisy informacyjne publikowały najwięcej artykułów na temat szczepionek oraz szczepień przeciw COVID-19?

    Od maja bieżącego roku Centrum Analiz Propagandy i Dezinformacji prowadziło szczegółowy monitoring najbardziej opiniotwórczych portali informacyjnych w Polsce: onet.pl, wp.pl, interia.pl, wpolityce.pl oraz gazeta.pl. Zgromadzone w okresie 10.05-04.07.2021 r. dane pozwoliły na dokładną analizę publikowanych w Internecie artykułów pod kątem zawartych informacji na temat niedawno wynalezionej szczepionki przeciw COVID-19. Publikowane teksty pojawiające się w Internecie zostały przeanalizowane pod względem ilościowym oraz jakościowym.

  • Polskie media online a szczepionki przeciw COVID-19. Które preparaty zdobyły popularność w polskiej przestrzeni informacyjnej, a które przeszły bez echa?

    W ostatnich miesiącach Centrum Analiz Propagandy i Dezinformacji prowadziło monitoring wybranych polskich i rosyjskich mediów internetowych pod kątem występowania w nich informacji na temat szczepionki przeciw koronawirusowi. W pierwszej części opracowanego raportu: "Szczepionki przeciw COVID-19 w polskich i rosyjskich mediach online: specyfika i korelacja pomiędzy polską i rosyjską przestrzenią informacyjną", przeanalizowana została sytuacja w polskiej cyberprzestrzeni w okresie: 10.05-04.07.2021 r.

  • Szczepionki przeciw COVID-19: metodologia

    Centrum Analiz Propagandy i Dezinformacji w dniach 10.05-29.08.2021 r. prowadziło monitoring polskiej i rosyjskiej przestrzeni informacyjnej pod kątem występowania w nich informacji na temat szczepionek przeciw COVID-19. Do badania wykorzystano platformę do monitorowania i analizy informacji online Pulsar. Na potrzeby niniejszej analizy wybrano po 5 mediów online głównego nurtu z Polski i Rosji. Polskie media wybrano na podstawie rankingu najbardziej opiniotwórczych portali internetowych w 2020 r., przy czym wybrano 5 kolejnych portali informacyjnych z pominięciem tych branżowych: Onet.pl, Wp.pl, Interia.pl, Wpolityce.pl i Gazeta.pl. Rosyjskie media wybrano na podstawie rankingu najbardziej opiniotwórczych portali internetowych w 2020 r. o zasięgu ogólnokrajowym, dostępnych w bazie mediów Pulsara: Rbc.ru, Gazeta.ru, Lenta.ru, Kp.ru i Fontanka.ru.

  • Szczepionki przeciw COVID-19: polska przestrzeń informacyjna. Raport cząstkowy nr 1

    Szczepionki przeciw COVID-19: polska przestrzeń informacyjna na przykładzie artykułów opublikowanych przez Onet.pl, Wp.pl, Interia.pl, Wpolityce.pl, Gazeta.pl w dniach 10-23.05.2021 r.

    Poniżej prezentowane są wyniki cząstkowe monitoringu, przeprowadzonego przez Centrum Analiz Propagandy i Dezinformacji w ramach projektu „Szczepionki przeciw COVID-19 w polskich i rosyjskich mediach online: Specyfika i korelacja pomiędzy polską i rosyjską przestrzenią informacyjną” i realizowanego w okresie 10.05-29.08.2021 r.

  • Szczepionki przeciw COVID-19: polska przestrzeń informacyjna. Raport cząstkowy nr 2

    Szczepionki przeciw COVID-19: polska przestrzeń informacyjna na przykładzie artykułów opublikowanych przez Onet.pl, Wp.pl, Interia.pl, Wpolityce.pl, Gazeta.pl w dniach 24.05-06.06.2021 r.

    Poniżej prezentowane są wyniki cząstkowe monitoringu, przeprowadzonego przez Centrum Analiz Propagandy i Dezinformacji w ramach projektu „Szczepionki przeciw COVID-19 w polskich i rosyjskich mediach online: Specyfika i korelacja pomiędzy polską i rosyjską przestrzenią informacyjną” i realizowanego w okresie 10.05-29.08.2021 r.