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in what are claimed to be the world’s biggest online journalism exposés, we explore the antecedents of reporting credibility to identify the psychological processes that might drive the decision to expose wrongdoing in the first place. we find evidence for a post-policy change—or trickle-down effect, where reporting behavior is shaped by the existence of legislation, as well as by emotional responses to the exposure of wrongdoing and further learning about the wrongdoing itself. our findings reveal that people who report wrongdoing prefer to report positive incidents over negative ones and are driven to self-preservation in reporting when an incident might be blamed on others. it is this self-preservation that leads to the second finding in our work-offering reporters the opportunity to report news effectively and get a reward can motivate reporters to do so.
we examine whether news media outlets, like their readers, are able to recognize the subtle differences in the way people are treated if the person is a female perpetrator vs. a male perpetrator. the results point to important organizational, political, policy, and individual differences that explain the larger reporting differences found between females and males. the findings point to both organizational culture and individual dynamics, including the individuals’ level of sexism and ability to bias other members of their group towards being socially more accepting of female perpetrators. just as gender, other personal characteristics, and context can affect the way people interact on the internet, so do these and other factors affect how we report on people. this study helps us understand how to cultivate the type of behavior that can help mitigate future harmful effects on people’s experiences and behaviors.
technical advances in surveillance have created the possibility of pervasive video monitoring in public spaces. while these technologies have enabled significant societal change, they raise privacy concerns. people have been concerned about the potential loss of control, in terms of personal space and autonomy, as well as how this might affect their interactions and interactions of others. to study this, we conducted a brief, privacy aware study with 50 participants. we find that participants have an increasing ability to control their privacy concerns as they use a surveillance video system, from a strongly privacy-aware baseline to an even more privacy-aware state when they voluntarily turn off the audio and video. further, as they use the system, their engagement with it increases, indicating that they are achieving their privacy goals.
the dominant media imagery in the news has a real impact on us and how we think, whether we admit it or not. in this series of reflections, we have focused on the way in which looking at the world through the lens of a dominant ideology can affect the ways in which we view reality and our place in it. we have used examples from social psychology to draw attention to how certain social groups are explicitly excluded from being included in the narrative of news stories. theories of self-presentation are used to explain why this happens and what the consequences of this exclusion can be. whilst some may find this exclusion superficial or mundane, others are trapped in their identity based on it, and are unable to break free. in the next part of this series, we will focus on how this phenomenon affects both marketers and consumers, by again utilising examples from psychology to illustrate why we are more likely to respond in the ways in which we expect, as opposed to responding to our senses, when exposed to this news narrative. finally, this series will examine the ways in which facts can be communicated in the current social media environment in order to avoid the pitfalls of the news narrative and the harmful effects it has on us.