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Note to journalists: If there’s no report you can read, there’s no study

Blogger Echidne caught this study by the British organization Demos which was reported in Newsweek as “Half of Misogyny on Twitter Comes From Women.” But, as Echidne points out, there’s no study to report: I [Echidne] then e-mailed Demos to ask for the url of the study. The rapid response I received (thanks, Demos!) told […] The post Note to journalists: If there’s no report you can read, there’s no study appeared first on Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science.
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