Jaron Harambam, PhD
Jaron Harambam, PhD
Assistant Professor of Media, Truth Politics and Digitalization, University of Amsterdam, Sociology
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Contesting epistemic authority: Conspiracy theories on the boundaries of science
J Harambam, S Aupers
Public understanding of science 24 (4), 466-480, 2015
Contemporary conspiracy culture: Truth and knowledge in an era of epistemic instability
J Harambam
Routledge, 2020
‘I am not a conspiracy theorist’: Relational identifications in the Dutch conspiracy milieu
J Harambam, S Aupers
Cultural Sociology 11 (1), 113-129, 2017
Designing for the better by taking users into account: A qualitative evaluation of user control mechanisms in (news) recommender systems
J Harambam, D Bountouridis, M Makhortykh, J Van Hoboken
Proceedings of the 13th ACM conference on recommender systems, 69-77, 2019
Democratizing algorithmic news recommenders: how to materialize voice in a technologically saturated media ecosystem
J Harambam, N Helberger, J Van Hoboken
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical†…, 2018
Siren: A simulation framework for understanding the effects of recommender systems in online news environments
D Bountouridis, J Harambam, M Makhortykh, M Marrero, N Tintarev, ...
Proceedings of the conference on fairness, accountability, and transparency†…, 2019
The contentious gap: From digital divide to cultural beliefs about online interactions
J Harambam, S Aupers, D Houtman
Information, Communication & Society 16 (7), 1093-1114, 2013
Against modernist illusions: why we need more democratic and constructivist alternatives to debunking conspiracy theories
J Harambam
Journal for Cultural Research 25 (1), 104-122, 2021
Game over? Negotiating modern capitalism in virtual game worlds
J Harambam, S Aupers, D Houtman
European Journal of Cultural Studies 14 (3), 299-319, 2011
“The Truth Is Out There”: Conspiracy culture in an age of epistemic instability
J Harambam
Erasmus University Rotterdam, 2017
Artificial intelligence, content moderation, and freedom of expression
E Llansů, J Van Hoboken, P Leerssen, J Harambam
From the unbelievable to the undeniable: Epistemological pluralism, or how conspiracy theorists legitimate their extraordinary truth claims
J Harambam, S Aupers
European Journal of Cultural Studies 24 (4), 990-1008, 2021
Reading news with a purpose: Explaining user profiles for self-actualization
E Sullivan, D Bountouridis, J Harambam, S Najafian, F Loecherbach, ...
Adjunct Publication of the 27th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and†…, 2019
The corona truth wars: Where have all the STS'ers gone when we need them most?
J Harambam
Science and Technology Studies 33 (4), 60-67, 2020
We are what we click: Understanding time and content-based habits of online news readers
M Makhortykh, C De Vreese, N Helberger, J Harambam, D Bountouridis
new media & society 23 (9), 2773-2800, 2021
What should academics do about conspiracy theories? Moving beyond debunking to better deal with conspiratorial movements, misinformation and post-truth
ED Grodzicka, J Harambam
Journal for Cultural Research 25 (1), 1-11, 2021
Poly-truth, or the limits of pluralism: Popular debates on conspiracy theories in a post-truth era
J Harambam, K Grusauskaite, L de Wildt
Public Understanding of Science 31 (6), 784-798, 2022
Rational enchantments: conspiracy theory between secular scepticism and spiritual salvation
S Aupers, J Harambam
Handbook of conspiracy theory and contemporary religion, 48-69, 2018
Conspiracy theory entrepreneurs, movements and individuals
J Harambam
Routledge handbook of conspiracy theories, 278-291, 2020
De/politisering van de Waarheid: complottheorieŽn, alternatieve feiten en nepnieuws in het tijdperk van de postwaarheid
J Harambam
Sociologie 13 (1), 73-92, 2017
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