3 Works

Discovering the Traces of Disinformation on Instagram

Haley Bragg & Michele C. Weigle
Disinformation, which is fabricated, misleading content spread with the intent to deceive others, is accumulating substantial engagements and reaching a vast audience on Instagram. However, the temporary nature of the platform and the security guidelines that remove malicious content make studying this disinformation a challenge. The only way to access removed content and banned accounts that are no longer on the live web is by searching the web archives. In this study, we set out...

The Effect of Storm Events on Diet of Adult Mummichogs (Fundulus heteroclitus)

Jessica S. Thompson, Cade P. Cobbs, Emma S. Dryden & Heather D. Harwell
More frequent storms due to climate change may impact estuarine species such as the mummichog (Fundulus hetereoclitus), an ecologically important salt marsh fish. This study investigated the effect of storm events and month on consumption of terrestrial insects by mummichogs in Hoffler Creek, Portsmouth, VA, as well as the effect of storms on consumption of major categories of benthic prey. Samples were taken monthly in the summers of 2017 and 2019. Additional paired samples were...

Disinformation About Mental Health on Tiktok

Dani Graber & Anna Perrotti

Registration Year

  • 2022
  • 2021

Resource Types

  • Text
  • Journal Article


  • Christopher Newport University
  • Old Dominion University