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HUM 234: Facts Matter
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Creating a Playbook to Combat Fake News
Information literacy and fake news
Third person effects of fake news: Fake news regulation and media literacy interventions
Fake news: belief in post-truth
Fake news - Does perception matter more than the truth?
The genuine problem of fake news Intentionally deceptive news has co-opted social media to go viral and influence millions. Science and technology can suggest why and how. But can they offer solutions?
Real Solutions for Fake News? Measuring the Effectiveness of General Warnings and Fact-Check Tags in Reducing Belief in False Stories on Social Media
Breaking the news: Belief in fake news and conspiracist beliefs
The current state of fake news: challenges and opportunities
Prior exposure increases perceived accuracy of fake news.
Analysis of Classifiers for Fake News Detection
Fake News as Discursive Integration - An Analysis of Sites That Publish False, Misleading, Hyperpartisan and Sensational Information
Social Media, Political Polarization, and Political Disinformation - A Review of the Scientific Literature
An overview of online fake news
Identifying and countering fake news
You already read this one for its typology of fake news definitions. A review of that would be wise. Now might also be a good time to read the second part of the article analyzing potential solutions.
Evaluating the fake news problem at the scale of the information ecosystem
This scholarly paper is a good analysis of the full scale of fake news in relation to overall news sources.
Many Americans gets news on YouTube
PEW report on YouTube news statistics
Americans see skepticism of news media as healthy
PEW report on American trust in mainstream news
Social Media and censorship
PEW report on American views regarding if social media is censored and if flagging inaccurate info is good/bad.
Americans believe fake news is sewing confusion
PEW report on American beliefs about fake news
American beliefs on fake news on COVID
American beliefs on misinformation and democracy
Summary of PEW research into trust, facts and democracy reports series
Explore PEW news pathways datasets
Reuter's Institute Factsheet on COVID-19 misinformation
Reuter's Institute COVID news and information projects Factsheets 1-10
Congressional Research Service Report Defining COVID mis/disinformation
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