Video: Nationalism vs. globalism: the new political divide. Video: The Miseducation of Dylann Roof. Video: How false news can spread. Video: How to choose your news. Libguide: Harvard Library research guide. Skip to main content Fake News, Misinformation, and Propaganda This page provides background information, links, and tools from outside organizations to help guide users in navigating potential fake news A Visual Take Library Resources Using library databases is a near-foolproof way to find credible information.
News databases: U.S. government information and background: Background Reports from Harvard and other universities: Fake news and the spread of misinformation From the Shorenstein Center at the Harvard Kennedy School, links to peer-reviewed articles. Article: Lifting the lid a little on PR's pull on journalism. Article: Islamophobia more likely in heavy media consumers - study. New Zealanders who consume more news are more likely to be prejudiced against Muslims, a study has found.
Photo: AFP The study, published in the international PLOS ONE journal, is part of the ongoing 20-year New Zealand Attitudes and Value study of more than 16,000 New Zealanders. It asked how often they read or watched the news and how much warmth and anger they felt towards different groups including Muslims, Arabs and Asians, and found those who followed the news more reported greater anger and less warmth towards Muslims.
Federation of Islamic Associations New Zealand president Hazim Arafeh said the report was not a surprise. "We do, as a community, have more acts of harassment when overseas news around violence hits our shores. "New Zealand media does give the local community a chance to be heard and we really appreciate that. "We are all part of New Zealand society, and it's important that everyone feels valued and included. " Article: Islamophobia more likely in heavy media consumers - study. Article: Is this Auckland's most influential woman? How did an expat South African PR dynamo become one of Auckland’s most influential women?
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App: Escape Your Bubble. JMAD report: New Zealand media ownership 2016. Article: Fake News on Social Media. JMAD report: New Zealand media ownership 2016. PEW report: News Use Across Social Media Platforms 2016. A majority of U.S. adults – 62% – get news on social media, and 18% do so often, according to a new survey by Pew Research Center, conducted in association with the John S. and James L.
Knight Foundation. In 2012, based on a slightly different question, 49% of U.S. adults reported seeing news on social media. But which social media sites have the largest portion of users getting news there? How many get news on multiple social media sites? And to what degree are these news consumers seeking online news out versus happening upon it while doing other things? As part of an ongoing examination of social media and news, Pew Research Center analyzed the scope and characteristics of social media news consumers across nine social networking sites. News plays a varying role across the social networking sites studied. It is also useful to see how, when combined with the sites’ total reach, the proportion of users who gets news on each site translates to U.S. adults overall. The audience overlap. Balanced news, issues and opinions, media bias ratings, political news.
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