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Fake News Isn’t New; History Offers A Way To Fight It
Fake news is nothing new. Rich Shumate, media historian and CJC Ph.D. candidate, takes us through a piece of its history.
Ministry of Truth a Looming Danger
With various alternatives and mounting evidence calling into question the impact of fake news, do the American people really need the government to establish truth from untruth?
What Universities Can Do About Digital Literacy in the Age of Fake News
People can’t differentiate between paid advertising and editorial content. Here are five ways to increase media literacy.
Is Awareness Ever Enough?
The Frank Karel Endowed Chair in Public Interest Communications Ann Christiano, the Frank Karel Chair in Public Interest Communications sat down with Kristen Grimm, president of Spitfire Strategy, to discuss the role of raising awareness in driving long-lasting social change.