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April 8, 2022
Narrative Trends on Big Tech: Will Tech be Reined in?

Recent narratives around U.S. technology giants have fluctuated between scathing criticism, including significant legislative movements towards regulation, and international applause for big tech’s decisive action limiting platform services in Russia and removing Russian state media content in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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April 8, 2022
Narrative Trends for Elon Musk, the Newest Twitter Exec

Elon Musk’s impact on Twitter just became more substantial than ever. The billionaire’s tweets have historically been consequential, with a single tweet sending entire markets into flux. Now, Musk is the single largest shareholder in Twitter, with a $3 billion dollar investment.

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April 5, 2022
Book Banning Narrative Trends

Book bans are nothing new. From burning “heretics” at the stake for attempting to translate the Bible, to book burnings in Nazi Germany, history is fraught with examples of institutions and people grappling over what information should be available for public consumption. Currently, America is dealing with its own book ban dilemma in the classroom.

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April 1, 2022
Ketanji Brown Jackson Narrative Trends

A closer look at the trends driving the confirmation for Supreme Court candidate Ketanji Brown Jackson.

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March 29, 2022
Narrative Trends on Abortion Bans

We’ve created two Kudzu briefs that analyze the media’s coverage of these developments in the past two weeks.

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March 28, 2022
Narrative Trends around Cryptocurrency and Ukraine: A Blessing or a Curse?

Cryptocurrency proves a blessing to Ukraine, while offering Russia a way to blunt the effects of sanctions.

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March 22, 2022
Why is Cognitive Security Important to Threat Intelligence Analysts?

While cybersecurity focuses on cyber threats and attacks against computer and digital systems, Cognitive Security focuses on understanding the live dynamics which influence people, organizations, and nations using disinformation, misinformation, or other means.

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March 8, 2022
The Art of the Narrative (and War)

Narratives are simply conversations with goals. Narratives are created, spread, and grow every second of the day. Many times they are manipulated in order to achieve social, political, or economical gain.

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February 23, 2022
Narrative Trends in the Russia-Ukraine Border Crisis: A Boiling Point

U.S. media did not turn a blind eye to the rising number of Russian battalion tactical groups The world has its eyes on Russia and Ukraine. As Russia positions itself for an invasion of Ukraine, the time for diplomacy looks to be running out. In order to understand better what is happening, it is essential […]

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February 22, 2022
Igniting the Olympics: Narrative Trends around Beijing 2022

Republicans and US Media hammer the human rights angle, but European Media cast a wider net Media coverage of the 2022 Winter Olympics has been dominated by controversy, from artificial snow to allegations of China’s human rights violations. In this post, we’ll use Kudzu Narrative Intelligence Briefs to illustrate patterns and trends among U.S. media, […]

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