Media Manipulation and Disinformation Online. Bufale un tanto al chilo. Manipulation. Lie detection. Les TECHNIQUES DE MANIPULATION (vidéos + lexiques) La manipulation de l'information à l'ère des médias sociaux. How Technology Disrupted The Truth. One Monday morning last September, Britain woke to a depraved news story.
The prime minister, David Cameron, had committed an “obscene act with a dead pig’s head”, according to the Daily Mail. “A distinguished Oxford contemporary claims Cameron once took part in an outrageous initiation ceremony at a Piers Gaveston event, involving a dead pig,” the paper reported. Piers Gaveston is the name of a riotous Oxford university dining society; the authors of the story claimed their source was an MP, who said he had seen photographic evidence: “His extraordinary suggestion is that the future PM inserted a private part of his anatomy into the animal.” The story, extracted from a new biography of Cameron, sparked an immediate furore. It was gross, it was a great opportunity to humiliate an elitist prime minister, and many felt it rang true for a former member of the notorious Bullingdon Club. Then, after a full day of online merriment, something shocking happened.
Cold Reading. Revealed As a decent mind reader, Derren Brown is capable of telling very personal details about complete strangers.
Although they have never met before, Derren knows practically everything about their characters, personal lives, interests, fears and even childhood memories. You can see some examples of his unusual abilities in this video. Intellectual Appropriation, Mutilation, and Recontextualization. - Collages by J.Long. Opinion: the ethics and effectiveness of nudging. Since the publication of 2008’s Nudge by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein, policy ‘nudges’ have been in fashion, with smaller interventions aimed at altering public behaviour in a subtle manner being adopted by many governments, including in the UK.
Frank Mols looked at this phenomenon in a recent journal article, and argues here that while nudges undoubtedly can be effective, their limitations must be kept in mind. This piece originally appeared on Democratic Audit. Governments across the globe –including the UK coalition government—appear to have fallen in love with behavioural economics, and the idea of nudging citizens towards better choices. Why People Believe Weird Things and 8 Ways to Change Their Minds. Some people believe all kinds of weird stuff including… …no, actually, for a very good psychological reason I’m not going to repeat any of it here.
Jedi Mind Tricks: 17 Lesser Known Ways to Persuade People. Want to know how to persuade people online and get what you want?
The power of influence is usually all that separates the successful from everyone else. How To Get People To Like You: 7 Ways From An FBI Behavior Expert. Meeting new people can be awkward.
What should you say? How can you make a good impression? How do you keep a conversation going? Research shows relationships are vital to happiness and networking is the key to getting jobs and building a fulfilling career. The psychology of gullibility. Wo years ago, 14-year-old Nathan Zohner, a student at Eagle Rock Junior High in Idaho Falls, announced on the Internet that he had circulated a petition demanding strict control of a chemical known as dihydrogen monoxide.
This substance, he wrote, caused excessive sweating and vomiting, can be lethal if accidentally inhaled, contributes to erosion, and has been found in tumors of cancer patients. The student asked 50 people whether they supported the ban. Forty-three said yes, six were undecided, and only one knew that dihydrogen monoxide was... water. Volete Gesù o Barabba? Loaded Language Examples. The term "loaded language" refers to words, phrases, and overall verbal and written communication that is intended to inspire emotion in the reader or listener.
This usage of language to appeal to emotion is used in everyday conversation and is often used by politicians, public figures, advertisers and corporations. Defining Loaded Language Loaded language is considered a persuasive technique and has also been called emotive language, high-inference language, or loaded terms. 'Post-truth' declared word of the year by Oxford Dictionaries. Image copyright Reuters Oxford Dictionaries has declared "post-truth" as its 2016 international word of the year, reflecting what it called a "highly-charged" political 12 months.
It is defined as an adjective relating to circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than emotional appeals. Its selection follows June's Brexit vote and the US presidential election. Almanacco di conclusioni provvisorie: Complottismo, che triste destino! Théorie du complot. Post-truth politics. Post-truth politics (also called post-factual politics) is a political culture in which debate is framed largely by appeals to emotion disconnected from the details of policy, and by the repeated assertion of talking points to which factual rebuttals are ignored.
Comment vérifier les images des réseaux sociaux ? De plus en plus d’intox circulent sur les réseaux sociaux, que ce soit sur les migrants, la guerre en Syrie.
En fait sur à peu près tous les sujets d’actualité. Recgonizing false info on web. How to Criticize with Kindness: Philosopher Daniel Dennett on the Four Steps to Arguing Intelligently. By Maria Popova “In disputes upon moral or scientific points,” Arthur Martine counseled in his magnificent 1866 guide to the art of conversation, “let your aim be to come at truth, not to conquer your opponent. So you never shall be at a loss in losing the argument, and gaining a new discovery.” Of course, this isn’t what happens most of the time when we argue, both online and off, but especially when we deploy the artillery of our righteousness from behind the comfortable shield of the keyboard. The REID 9 STEPS OF INTERROGATION, IN BRIEF. Most police detectives and interrogators in are trained in the following method of interrogation.
Key points to look at here, the suspect really not allowed to talk much until step 8. Another key point with this technique is that it is not concerned with voluntariness of the statement until the police are recording the statement at the end of Step 9. The REID 9 STEPS OF INTERROGATION, IN BRIEF Step One: Direct Positive Confrontation A. B. Odio, il grande business dei tempi nuovi. BUONISTI CHE SI INCAZZANO. Conformisti del politicamente scorretto. A New Study Shows That Winners Will Cheat to Keep Winning. By Steven Mazie The shameless scoundrel of the week award goes to Martin Shkreli, the millionaire “pharma bro” who tried to add to his fortune last summer by buying the patent to a life-saving drug and then jacking up the price from $13.50 per pill to $750.
Mr. EAT BUGS: Monetary incentives distort our perceptions of what's good for us / Boing Boing. There are lots of transactions that we're either prohibited from making (selling kidneys), or that are strictly regulated by statute (parental surrogacy). Naturally, these rules are hotly debated, especially among economists, who generally assume that markets of informed buyers and sellers produce outcomes that make everyone better off. In a Job Market paper, Stanford's Sandro Ambuehl describes a series of experiments that investigated the way in which incentives affect our ability to predict whether something is the best course of action for us.
Pandering to the lizard brain: American media versus objective reality / Boing Boing. Matt Taibbi, in typical blazing form in the Rolling Stone, asks how it can be that millions of Americans believe Donald Trump's fairy-tale about Muslims cheering after 9/11 when it just didn't happen. There are many related questions, like how can so many people believe the (ahem) trumped-up stories about Planned Parenthood selling baby-parts, or the nonsense about how "92 percent of the jobs lost under Obama belonged to women.
" Taibbi says that investor-driven media, which no longer even plays lip-service to the idea of informing the public, is partly to blame -- but so is the public for demanding it. Ressources - Déconstruire la désinformation et les théories conspirationnistes. Apprendre à vérifier l’information L’éducation aux médias et à l’information met l’accent sur la capacité des élèves à analyser l’information et la source dont elle émane. Le programme pour le cycle 4 cite comme première compétence de l’EMI « Une connaissance critique de l’environnement informationnel et documentaire du XXIème siècle. » Dans le premier degré Pour le premier degré, la vidéo Vinz et Lou « La vérité ne sort pas toujours de la bouche d'internet » permet, sans traiter directement de la rumeur, de lancer le débat avec les élèves sur la manière dont ils vérifient les faits et croisent les informations.
Toujours dans le premier degré, le site de l'IEN de Cluses (académie de Grenoble) met en ligne le travail de Rose-Marie Farinella qui fait passer à ses élèves un diplôme d'apprenti hoaxbuster à travers une séquence du 8 séances. Pour le collège et le lycée. Intellectually-honest and intellectually-dishonest debate tactics – John T. Reed. Intro to Cults 101. The Language of Lying: Animated Primer on How to Detect Deception. Is All the Truth We Need in the Data? Racist algorithms: how Big Data makes bias seem objective. Migranti, vademecum antirazzista. I commenti ‘cattivisti’ smontati uno per uno. Ils remplacent le mot « juif » par « migrant » dans des citations d’Hitler et reçoivent plein de « like »
Popoli Migranti: l'uso del linguaggio per preparare i genocidi. L'utero in affitto e i clerico-fascisti di sinistra. Il confronto delle idee nell'epoca di Facebook. How to Change Minds: Blaise Pascal on the Art of Persuasion. -Les mécanismes de la crédulité vus par la science. How to get what you want: top negotiators on the tricks of their trade. I grandi complotti? Impossibile non scoprirli. I nuovi rossobruni? · KEIN PFUSCH, BITTE! La información es el sistema de control (y está en todas partes) Nietzsche et le droit de cuissage au Cambodge. Bias. Politics and Culture Off the Beaten Track. Les 4 paradoxes de la communication. The secret psychology of persuasive copy (Conversion Conference - Las… Network & Crowd Induced Effects. How to Win Friends & Influence People.
Perfect Persuasive Messages. 5 Ways Modern Men Are Trained to Hate Women. List of confidence tricks. Ben Franklin effect. Cold reading. How we change what others think, believe, feel and do. The Battle for Your Mind: Brainwashing Techniques. 10 Ways Our Minds Warp Time. Persuasion: The Sleeper Effect. For those who want to know: Reliable information on health, energy, media, war, elections, 9/11, more. Transcending the Matrix Control System.
The Buie Knife: The Argument Pyramid. Copywriting persuasivo: a me gli occhi. Psychological Marketing Business Tactics: Big And Small Business. How we change what others think, believe, feel and do. Decision Points. Cialdini's Six Principles of Influence - Communication Skills Training from MindTools. Quackwatch. 10 tactics. Stratégies de Manipulation. Les dix stratégies de manipulation de masse.
A Fake is a Fake. Anyway. Creating False Memories. Reading people. Micro Expressions - Research, Theory & Lying. Lazarus Mirages. Welcome- The Incunabula Papers: Ong’s Hat. HoaxBuster. OBEY GIANT - WORLDWIDE PROPAGANDA DELIVERY. Some Useful Condescending Phrases. An Introduction to Propaganda. A Message for Mankind: Charlie Chaplin’s Iconic Speech, Remixed. The Most Successful Propaganda Techniques. How to Win Friends and Influence People.
The Battle for Your Mind: Brainwashing Techniques Being Used On The Public By Dick Sutphen. HOW TO TICK PEOPLE OFF. How to Manipulate People. Les règles de la propagande de guerre. Piattelli Palmarini - L' Arte Di Persuadere. Apprendre à manipuler - mentalisme, psychologie, manipulation. 23 Tools To Brainwash and Influence People Through Media. ☆ langage, NOVLANGUE (et autre technique de manipulation) TV | PUB | Neuromarketing. 4.6 Manipulation.