Čedomir Markov is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory. He holds a Ph.D. in Journalism and Mass Communication from Korea University. His research interests include the role of public attitudes toward news media in political behavior, media portrayals of vulnerable social groups, and digital strategies in contemporary political communication. Current projects focus on digital communication for social change and electoral news coverage in Serbia. His work has appeared in international peer-reviewed journals including Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly and Ageing & Society.
- Markov, Č. (2022). Kada kažeš „lažna vest” na šta tačno misliš? Kvalitativna analiza upotrebe izraza „lažna vest” u medijskom izveštavanju u Srbiji [What do you mean when you say “fake news”? Use of the term “fake news” in news reporting in Serbia – A qualitative analysis]. In A. Krstić (Ed.), Građani u doba dezinformacija. Zbornik radova sa međunarodne konferencije Udruženja za političke nauke Srbije održane 25–26.09.2021. u Beogradu (pp. 27–45). Udruženje za političke nauke Srbije.
- Markov, Č., & Min, Y. (2021). Understanding the public’s animosity toward news media: Cynicism and distrust as related but distinct negative media perceptions. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177/10776990211061764
- Markov, Č, & Yoon, Y. (2021). Diversity and age stereotypes in portrayals of older adults in popular American primetime television series. Ageing & Society, 41(12), 2747–2767. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0144686X20000549