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Assoc Prof Edson C Tandoc Jr.
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
Office: WKWSCI 02-39
|Edson C. Tandoc Jr. (Ph.D., University of Missouri) is an Associate Professor at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. His research focuses on the sociology of message construction. He has conducted studies on the construction of news and social media messages. His studies about influences on journalists have focused on the impact of journalistic roles and audience feedback on the various stages of the news gatekeeping process. His papers have won awards from the International Communication Association (ICA), World Communication Association (WCA), and the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC). His research has appeared in the following journals: Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking; Computers in Human Behavior; Public Understanding of Science; Health Communication; Asian Journal of Communication; Journal of Information, Technology and Politics; Social Indicators Research; Howard Journal of Communications; Journalism and Mass Communication Educator; Journalism Studies; Journalism Practice; Digital Journalism; Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism; and New Media & Society, among others. |
He earned his undergraduate journalism degree from the University of the Philippines (Summa cum Laude) and his master of mass communication degree from the Nanyang Technological University, where he was awarded the Media Development Authority Award (top MMC graduate).
You can find his updated CV at https://iamedson.wordpress.com/about/
- Tandoc, E., Ling, R., Westlund, O., Duffy, A., Goh, D., & Lim, Z. W. (2018). Audiences’ acts of authentication in the age of fake news: A conceptual framework. New Media and Society, 20(8), 2745–2763.
- Tandoc, E & Maitra, J. (2018). News organizations’ use of Native Videos on Facebook: Tweaking the journalistic field one algorithm change at a time. New Media & Society, 20(5), 1679–1696.
- Tandoc, E. (2018). 5 ways BuzzFeed is preserving (or transforming) the journalistic field. Journalism, 19(2), 200-216.
- Tandoc, E., Lim, Z., & Ling, R. (2018). Defining “fake news:" A typology of scholarly definitions. Digital Journalism, 6(2), 137-153.
- Tandoc, E. (2018). Tell me who your sources are: Perceptions of news credibility on social media. Journalism Practice, Online First.