How do News Consumers in Western Australia Perceive the Credibility of News?
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This study analysed how participants aged 18 years and above from Western Australian (WA) perceive the credibility of the news they consume, comprehensively examining how news consumers feel about news especially if they distrust it. The study investigated the views news consumers have, noting the impact of digitisation in giving news consumers a larger voice in airing out their discrepancies, and how these issues affect the kind of news readers accept or disregard.
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