Reports

Vladimir Putin prepares to recognize the independence of so-called "DNR" and "LNR".
How does Ukrainian Facebook react to it? And how has this issue impacted the attitude of Ukrainian users to occupied territories and their residents? 

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Three kinds of "Opposition platform - for life". How the clans of the main pro-Russian party communicate

We get the opportunity to poke around the communications of the most odious Ukrainian party. We revealed that each of its so-called "clans" of Medvedchuk, Boyko, and Stolar, besides the known pro-Russian narratives, promotes its own agenda.

Efficiency of civil information campaigns – the new progect of CCA

Efficiency of civil information campaigns – the new progect of CCA

If you are an NGO providing an information campaign of public importance with funding of grantors or sponsors, you have to report the efficiency of your work. We offer a new project for this goal. It shows not only audience reach, but also the efficiency of presenting of information and engagement of the audience.

Fast food news as the main meal of the Ukrainians' information diet. Our poll results

Fast food news as the main meal of the Ukrainians' information diet. Our poll results

Online media remain the main news source for Ukrainians, outpacing the TV news outlets. Nevertheless, online media readers usually prefer incidental news consumption from social media services, Google, mail services, and so on. Most of the TV news consumers also watch them sporadically, but the share of such consumption decreases.

Forecasts check 2021: trend for the partial truth

Forecasts check 2021: trend for the partial truth

The annual check of the forecasts published in the Ukrainian media shows: there were no "black swans" this year unlike the previous one, nevertheless, experts quoted by Ukrainian media were still wrong in their future visions.

What`s stopping Ukraine from the ratification of the Istanbul convention

What`s stopping Ukraine from the ratification of the Istanbul convention

In traditional media, the most powerful speakers who oppose the Istanbul convention are religious organizations, while politicians who criticize it are too marginalized to appear in the mainstream media. Convention defenders` communication is prominent due to the activity of top politicians and civil society. Whereas in social media far-right and pro-Russian politicians are as much visible as religious leaders. Top politicians are less salient here. Fact-checkers help in countering fakes about the convention, but fake consumers usually don't see their texts.

Reputation on the Ukrainian book market: booklet for the participants in the training

Reputation on the Ukrainian book market: booklet for the participants in the training

In this booklet:
- The brief outcome of the research of the reputation on the Ukrainian book market.
- Patterns of the response to the information crisis.
- The media logic principles.

Dismissal of Razumkov: whose information operation?

Dismissal of Razumkov: whose information operation?

We show that the head of the Verkhovna Rada Dmytro Razumkov himself was almost certainly behind the rumors about his dismissal. He forced all other participants of the discussion to spread a narrative that was favorable to him: about an "honest independent speaker" against "authoritarian Zelensky." At the same time, it is unlikely that this move helps him to convert the praise of opposition politicians into electoral points.

Ukrainian hero or betrayer? What image is created for Usyk by opinion leaders, and who is the most persistent in it

Ukrainian hero or betrayer? What image is created for Usyk by opinion leaders, and who is the most persistent in it

September, 25, at night, Olexandr Usyk won Antony Joshua. Discussions in Ukrainian society traditionally relate to Usyk`s political position as well as to his sport career. We studied what messages are spread by different opinion leaders.

How reputation works on the Ukrainian book market? Research

How reputation works on the Ukrainian book market? Research

The Ukrainian book market is not really a typical business. Sometimes it is rather a creative community, with lots of scandals that spoil the reputation of its participants.To what extent do these scandals spoil the reputation? How to counteract them better? How does it influence the overall reputation of Ukrainian books? And finally, are there any chances that full-fledged reputation management will appear on the market? Supported by Ukrainian Cultural Foundation.