We welcome scholars to come to us and present their projects. These presentations serve as an opportunity to present and receive feedback on your research. The theme for this seminar is "Misinformation and polarization during Chile's constitutional process".
Magdalena Saldaña is assistant professor in the School of Communications at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, where she teaches topics related to social media and news, data journalism, and research methods.
She is also associate director of the Center for Media, Public Opinion, and Politics in Chile, and associate researcher at Chile’s Millennium Institute for Foundational Research on Data. Her research looks at information disorders in digital environments, such as mis- and disinformation, uncivil language, and hate speech.