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At the event SCICAR (Where Science Meets Computer Assisted Reporting) on 6 to 8 September 2017 at TU Dortmund, the Hans-Bredow-Institut can present two projects. "Wenn aus Daten Journalismus wird  – eine wissenschaftliche Auswertung nominierter Datenjournalismus-Projekte [When Data become Journalism]" is the title of the lecture by Julius Reimer on 6 September 2017. One day later on 7 September 2017 Cornelius Puschmann presents the results of his project "Networks of Outrage: Mapping the Emergence of New Extremism in Europe", that has analyzed the coordination and communication efforts of right-wing populist movements based on digital trace data.


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