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245 00 Propaganda & misinformation /|c[compiled by Grey House 
       Publishing]. 
246 3  Propaganda and misinformation 
264  1 Amenia, New York :|bGrey House Publishing,|c2020. 
300    xv, 177 pages :|billustrations ;|c25 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  The reference shelf / H.W. Wilson, a Division of EBSCO 
       Information Services, Inc. ;|vvolume 92, number 2 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  1. The story of untruth : -- Defining propaganda and 
       misinformation -- The history of "fake news" in America / 
       Karen Yuan and Matt Peterson, The Atlantic -- 
       "Disinformation" is the word of the year- and a sign of 
       what's to come / Geoff Nunerg, NPR -- How Woodrow Wilson's
       propaganda machine changed American journalism / 
       Christopher B. Daly, The Conversation -- What the pope 
       gets wrong about fake news / Jack Shafer, Politico -- 
       Nineteenth-century nihilists foretold our era / Robert 
       Zaretsky, Foreign Affairs -- A short guide to the history 
       of "fake news" and disinformation / Julie Posetti and 
       Alice Matthews, International Center for Journalists -- 2.
       Our current media environment : -- Fake news, the 
       coronavirus, and the 2020 election -- NPR Poll: Majority 
       of Americans believe Trump encourages election 
       interference / Brett Neely, NPR -- Trump's favorite 
       tabloid worried its Saudi propaganda was as bad as it 
       looked / Bess Levin, Vanity Fair -- CNN vs. Fox: why these
       two cable networks can't stop talking about each other / 
       Paul Farhi, The Washington Post -- Social media struggles 
       to counter coronavirus misinformation / Emily Birnbaum and
       Chris Mills Rodrigo, The Hill -- Clinton backer at 
       Facebook debunks Clinton claims / James Freeman, The Wall 
       Street Journal -- The propagandist and the censor / Andrew
       Stuttaford, National Review -- 3. The effects of 
       propaganda : -- The subtle influence of misinformation -- 
       Why do people fall for fake news? / Gordon Pennycook and 
       David Rand, The New York Times -- Why the hysteria around 
       the "fake news epidemic" is a distraction / Cas Mudde, The
       Guardian -- The myth of the echo chamber / Elizabeth 
       Dubois and Grant Blank, The Conversation -- The real 
       consequences of fake news / Dominik Stecula, The 
       Conversation -- Echo chambers may not be as dangerous as 
       you think, new study finds / Science Daily -- 4. Big tech 
       and the new AI : -- AI, bots, and regulation -- Not your 
       father's bots / Sarah Kreps and Miles McCain, Foreign 
       Affairs -- Google's algorithm isn't biased, it's just not 
       human / Noam Cohen, Wired -- Why the fight against 
       disinformation, sham accounts and trolls won't be any 
       easier in 2020 / Alexandre S. Levine, Nancy Scola, Steven 
       Overly and Cristiano Lima, Politico -- The information war
       is on: are we ready for it? / Renee Diresta, Wired -- 
       Detecting fake news at its source / Adam Conner-Simons, 
       MIT News -- We're fighting fake news AI bots by using more
       AI: that's a mistake / Samuel Woolley, MIT Technology 
       Review -- How social networks set the limits of what we 
       can say online / Tarleton Gillespie, Wired -- 5. 
       Navigating misinformation : -- Ways to combat fake news --
       SPJ code of ethics / Society of Professional Journalists -
       - How to help kids navigate fake news and misinformation 
       online / Joanne Orlando, The Conversation -- A college 
       reading list for the post-truth era / Michael T. Nietzel, 
       Forbes -- 10 journalism brands where you find real facts 
       rather than alternative facts / Paul Glader, Forbes -- 
       Fact checkers say these are the best fact-checks they did 
       during this decade / Cristina Tardaguila, The Poynter 
       Institute. 
650  0 Mass media and propaganda|zUnited States. 
650  0 Disinformation|zUnited States. 
650  0 Artificial intelligence|xSocial aspects|zUnited States. 
650  0 Government information|zUnited States. 
650  0 Hacktivism|zUnited States. 
650  7 Artificial intelligence|xSocial aspects.|2fast
       |0(OCoLC)fst00817279 
650  7 Disinformation.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00895245 
650  7 Government information.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00945364 
650  7 Hacktivism.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01763882 
650  7 Mass media and propaganda.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01011359 
651  7 United States.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01204155 
710 2  Grey House Publishing, Inc.,|ecompiler. 
830  0 Reference shelf ;|vv. 92, no. 2. 
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