From 2020 to 2023, the PERITIA team produced research outputs to investigate the conditions under which people trust expertise used for informing public policy. This page compiles their research publications produced within the project.
José van Dijck
Introduction to the special issue of the European Journal of Communication 2021, Vol. 36(4) 323–323.
For the past 20 years, digital platforms have created enormous wealth for companies and
convenient benefits for users as they enabled global online connections. But they have
also generated a variety of problems for users and societies[…]
Torbjørn Gundersen, Donya Alinejad, T.Y. Branch, Bobby Duffy, Kirstie Hewlett, Cathrine Holst, Susan Owens, Folco Panizza, Silje Maria Tellmann, José van Dijck, and Maria Baghramian
This review examines the alleged crisis of trust in environmental science and its impact on public opinion, policy decisions in the context of democratic governance, and the interaction between science and society. […]
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