Financial capability, the financial crisis, and trust in news media

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Schifferes, S. and Knowles, S. 2016. Financial capability, the financial crisis, and trust in news media. The 2016 Conference of the International Association of Media and Communication Research. Leicester, United Kingdom
TypeConference paper
TitleFinancial capability, the financial crisis, and trust in news media
AuthorsSchifferes, S. and Knowles, S.
LanguageEnglish
ConferenceThe 2016 Conference of the International Association of Media and Communication Research
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Deposited20 Jun 2016
Accepted01 Apr 2016
Submitted15 Jun 2016
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