Yotam Ophir, Ph.D. (2018. University of Pennsylvania), is an Assistant Professor of Communication at the University at Buffalo, SUNY, studying political and science communication, misinformation and media effects.
'ANTMN' was developed by Dr. Yotam Ophir & Dr. Dror Walter to equip researchers with an inductive, data-driven approach for the identification of media frames.
The Media Effects, Misinformation, and Extremism (MEME) lab
The MEME lab, led by Dr. Yotam Ophir, studies mass media effects with a focus on misinformation and extremism. Our members and our studies are diverse, inovative and multidisciplinary by design (we contain multitudes, as Walt Whitman said)
Ophir et al., (2021). News Media Framing of Social Protests Around Racial Tensions During the Donald Trump Presidency. Journalism
Ophir et al., (2021). The framing of COVID-19 in Italian Media and its Effects on Community Mobility: A Mixed Method Approach. Journal of Health Communication.
Ophir & Jamieson (2021). The Effects of Media Narratives about the Failures of Scientists and Science on Beliefs and Support in Funding Science. Public Understanding of Science.