Elizabeth C. Hilfrank '18, Gettysburg College
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The 2016 presidential election was one of the first elections to see new media play a large role. While also being the first presidential election many millennials could vote in, this research paper looks at how different generations used various news sources to receive political news in 2016. The paper is supported by a documentary video case-study of the author's close close family and friends' perception of political news in 2016.
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Hilfrank, Elizabeth C., "How Different Generations Perceive Political News" (2018). Student Publications. 624.