Fact Checking - Infographic Analysis - LibGuides at East Pittsburgh is Learning! By Dave Van Zandt – Editor – Media Bias Fact Check Conclusion– A good fact checking service will (1) write with neutral wording and (2) will provide unbiased sources to support their claims.
Lookfor these two simple criteria when hunting for the facts. Media Bias Fact Check strictly relies on signatories of the International Fact Checking Network (IFCN) for fact checking the sources we review. The IFCN sets a code of principles that must be followed in order to remain a part of the network. You can view their code of principles here. Politifact– is a fact-checking website that rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials and others who speak up in American politics. FactCheck.org– is a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania. Ad Fontes Media Provides a good illustration of ratings. AP Fact Check- is an IFCN fact checker from the Associated Press. AFP Fact Check– is an IFCN fact checker from Agence France-Presse (AFP) based in France. Historic Tale Construction Kit - Bayeux. The world's most misunderstood novel - BBC Culture. Evidence of an impending breakup may exist in everyday conversation – months before either partner realizes their relationship is tanking.
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The fact that, for many, this doesn’t represent a watershed moment, but instead is something that’s dealt with on a daily basis, only serves to deepen the anguish. There’s nothing we can say that hasn’t already been said far more poignantly by countless others. So instead of rehearsing those thoughts and sentiments, we want to use our small corner of the internet to share resources; to amplify Black voices; and to support the demonstrations currently going on in any other ways we can.
Below you’ll find a list of links, divided up into charities, funds and initiatives to donate to; people and organisations to follow; books and articles to read; and petitions to sign. Charities and funds Black Lives Matter. Social Distance: a graphic short story for the coronavirus age by Mark Haddon. Yuval Noah Harari: the world after coronavirus.
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Perhaps the biggest crisis of our generation. The decisions people and governments take in the next few weeks will probably shape the world for years to come. They will shape not just our healthcare systems but also our economy, politics and culture. We must act quickly and decisively. Canterbury Tales is first major literary work developed as an app. A University of Saskatchewan-led international team has produced the first web and mobile phone app of Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales—the first major literary work augmented by new scholarship, in any language, presented in an app.
"We want the public, not just academics, to see the manuscript as Chaucer would have likely thought of it—as a performance that mixed drama and humor," said University of Saskatchewan (USask) English professor Peter Robinson, leader of the project. "We have become convinced, over many years, that the best way to read the Tales is to hear it performed—just as we imagine that Chaucer himself might have performed it at the court of Richard II. " The free app is the first edition in a planned series. The app features a 45-minute audio performance of the General Prologue of the Tales—the masterpiece work by the most important English writer before Shakespeare—along with the digitized original manuscript. This document is subject to copyright. Explainer: what is systemic racism and institutional racism? At the 2020 BAFTA awards, Joaquin Phoenix called out systemic racism in the film industry in his acceptance speech for leading actor.
He said: I think that we send a very clear message to people of colour that you’re not welcome here. I think that’s the message that we’re sending to people that have contributed so much to our medium and our industry and in ways that we benefit from. […] I think it’s more than just having sets that are multicultural.
We have to do really the hard work to truly understand systemic racism. “Systemic racism”, or “institutional racism”, refers to how ideas of white superiority are captured in everyday thinking at a systems level: taking in the big picture of how society operates, rather than looking at one-on-one interactions. These systems can include laws and regulations, but also unquestioned social systems. Kvinder i tegneserier – Fra det totale fravær til #metoo og ikke-binære helte. Direct and Indirect Speech With Examples and Explanations.
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As this hottest-on-record, godforsaken decade draws to a close, it’s clear that global warming is no longer a problem for future generations but one that’s already displacing communities, costing billions, and driving mass extinctions. And it’s worth asking: Where did the past 10 years get us? The seven charts below begin to hint at an answer to that question. 40 hilarious translation fails from different languages. – The Language Nerds. Translation is a hard-to-get skill that is not given to everyone. The fact that you speak two languages doesn’t make you a translator. If you haven’t taken any translation courses and attempt to translate, your translations will contain a lot of meaningless words such as “umm”, “err”, “that thing..you know”.
Sometimes, translations (mostly literal) turn into the funniest thing when they go horribly wrong. In this article, we compiled some of the funniest examples of translation gone wrong to make you appreciate the job translator are doing. Bushfires, bots and arson claims: Australia flung in the global disinformation spotlight. In the first week of 2020, hashtag #ArsonEmergency became the focal point of a new online narrative surrounding the bushfire crisis.
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