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Title Propaganda & misinformation / [compiled by Grey House Publishing].

Publication Info. Amenia, New York : Grey House Publishing, 2020.

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 Bristol, Main Library - Non Fiction  303.375 PROPAGANDA    Check Shelf
 South Windsor Public Library - Non Fiction  303.375 REFERENCE 2020    Check Shelf
Description xv, 177 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Series The reference shelf / H.W. Wilson, a Division of EBSCO Information Services, Inc. ; volume 92, number 2
Reference shelf ; v. 92, no. 2.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 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.
Subject Mass media and propaganda -- United States.
Disinformation -- United States.
Artificial intelligence -- Social aspects -- United States.
Government information -- United States.
Hacktivism -- United States.
Artificial intelligence -- Social aspects. (OCoLC)fst00817279
Disinformation. (OCoLC)fst00895245
Government information. (OCoLC)fst00945364
Hacktivism. (OCoLC)fst01763882
Mass media and propaganda. (OCoLC)fst01011359
United States. (OCoLC)fst01204155
Added Author Grey House Publishing, Inc., compiler.
Added Title Propaganda and misinformation
ISBN 9781642656015
1642656011
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