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How to do research in this new era. By: Tanya Phillips, RBSS. Remember this…... http://time.com/4485710/sugar-industry-heart-disease-research/. Harvard’s School of Public health, skewed research to minimize the effect of sugar on heart disease and point the finger toward cholesterol and fat..
Bias . using . Simple Textual . Analysis. Yuval Pinter . Shuki. Tausig Oren . Persico. Motivation / Hypotheses. Media is biased. Israeli media is super-biased. Machine Learning detects bias. Headlines could be enough.
"It's a fantastic way to increase [customer] affinity . if you get it right. And it's a fantastic way to lose customers if you get it wrong.". October 2017 in . Entertainment Weekly. From the 2013 Super Bowl, when a black out plunged the stadium into darkness..
Around The Clock. – . On All Screens. Top 5 Online . General News . Category. A18+. A18-49. A18-24. A25-54. ABC . News ABC News . Buzzfeed . ABC . News. CNN . .
Adam Dobrodt, Donna Pistolis and Martha Vickery. History of Fake News. Benjamin Franklin. John Adams. Yellow Journalism. Hoaxes. Social Media and Fake News. Never in human history has more information been available to more people. But it’s also true that never in history has more .
If news isn’t true, does that make it fake? . Where does it come from & why people share it?. Spotting the difference between real and false.. What is ‘Fake’ News?. BBC definition: . False .
News Values 1 Abstract The thesis of this paper, simply put, is that new media spaces and traditional journalism share far more qualities than are usually appreciated. Since the 1950s, both scholar
T. imeliness/ . I. mmediacy. News is what is happening NOW. If it happened last month or last year, it’s not news anymore; it’s history. . Often, the most newsworthy element in the story is the most recent happening, the latest occurrence that relates to the news event..
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Divide into groups of 3-4. Share your stories—tell what each story is about in 1 sentence. As a group, decide . why. each story is “news”. Make a list of all your reasons (“characteristics”).
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Students will be able to explain why Fake News is an important current social issue.. Students will be able to identify techniques to differentiate real news from Fake News.. Students will be able to define Fake News, as well as who creates it and who consumes it..
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What is ideology?. What . is ideology?. Van . Dijk. calls ideology a form of . social cognition. …. What . is ideology?. Van . Dijk. calls ideology a form of . social cognition. …. Ideologies are not just any kind of social beliefs, but the fundamental, axiomatic beliefs underlying the social representations shared by a group.
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