The research of Todd R. Vogts (PhD, Kansas State University, 2023) focuses on mis- and disinformation, the intersection of media and democracy, sports media, community and rural journalism, and journalism education.
Vogts, T. R. (2023). U.S. Student Media Associations’ Mission Statements Provide Discursive Leadership in Support of Civic Culture. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 0(0). https://doi.org/10.1177/10776958231170319
Vogts, T.R., & Groshek, J. “Sowing seeds of distrust: Investigating the spread of mis- and disinformation by exploring the pathways for rural Americans to news.” Book chapter proposal accepted for Political Communication in 2020: Social, Cultural, and Ideological Rifts between Red and Blue America in the Digital Age, D. Schill & J.A. Hendricks (Eds.).
Rural Media Research Institute
Dissertation Research (2023):
- What’s right (leaning) with Kansas media: The cultivation of misinformation in rural America (link)
- Advisor: Jacob Groshek, Ph.D.
Thesis Research (2018):
- Effects of Journalism Education on Student Engagement: A Case Study of a Small-Town Scholastic Press Program (link)
- Advisor: Keith Greenwood, Ph.D.