Referenser – Fake news

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  • First draft. (2019). First Draft’s Essential Guide to Responsible Reporting in an Age of Information Disorder.
  • First draft. (2019). First Draft’s Essential Guide to Understanding Information Disorder.
  • First draft. (2019). First Draft’s Essential Guide to Verifying Online Information.
  • Fredheim, Rolf & Bay, Sebastian. (2019). Falling behind: How Social Media Companies are Failing to Combat Inauthentic Behaviour Online. Riga: NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence.
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  • Hasson, Uri & Simmons, Joseph & Todorov, Alexander. (2005). Believe It or Not On the Possibility of Suspending Belief. Psychological science. 16. 566-71. 10.1111/j.0956-7976.2005.01576.x.
  • Hornik, R. & Anzalone, J. & Spikes, M. (2018). GetNewSmart: A Guide to Understanding the Key Concepts of News Literacy. New York: The Center for News Literacy.
  • Huguet, Alice & Kavanagh, Jennifer & Baker, Garrett & Blumenthal, Marjory. (2019). Exploring Media Literacy Education as a Tool for Mitigating Truth Decay. 10.7249/RR3050.
  • Ireton, C. & Posetti, J. (2018). Journalism, Fake News & Disinformation, UNESCO.
  • Kavanagh, J. & Marcellino, W. & Blake, J. S. & Smith, S. & Davenport, S. & Gizaw, M. (2019). News in a Digital Age: Comparing the Presentation of News Information over Time and Across Media Platforms. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation.
  • Krasodomski-Jones, A. & Smith, J. & Jones, E. & Judson, E. & Miller, C. (2019). Warring Songs – Information operations in the digital age. Demos.
  • Larsson, Å. & Jonjons, L. (2018). Viralgranskarens handbok: källkritik och självförsvar på nätet. Stockholm: Mondial.
  • Marwick, A. & Lewis, R. Media manipulation and disinformation online. Data & Society Research Institute.
  • McGrew, S. & Ortega, T. & Breakstone, J. & Wineburg, S. (2018). The Challenge That’s Bigger Than Fake News – Civic Reasoning in a Social Media Environment. American Educator. 41. 4-9.
  • NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence. (2017). Digital Hydra: Security Implications of False Information Online. Riga: NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence.
  • NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence. (2017). StratCom Laughs. In Search of an Analytical Framework. Riga: NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence.
  • NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence. (2018). The black market for social media manipulation. Riga: NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence.
  • Pamment, J., Nothhaft H., Twetman H., Fjallhed A. (2019). The Role of Communicators in Countering the Malicious use of Social Media. Riga: NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence.
  • Pew Research Center. (2018). Bots in the Twittersphere.
  • Philips, W. (2016). The Oxygen of Amplification: Better Practice for Reporting on Extremists, Antagonists, and Manipulation Online. Data & Society Research Institute.
  • Ribeiro, Manoel & Calais, Pedro & Almeida, Virgilio & Meira Jr, Wagner. (2017). “Everything I Disagree With is #FakeNews”: Correlating Political Polarization and Spread of Misinformation.
  • Rich, M.D. & Kavanagh (2018). Truth Decay: An Initial Exploration of the Diminishing Role of Facts and Analysis in American Public Life. Rand Corporation.
  • Rony, Md Main Uddin & Hassan, Naeemul & Yousuf, Mohammad. (2017). BaitBuster: A Clickbait Identification Framework.
  • Silverman, C. (2016). Lies, Damn Lies And Viral Content. Tow Center for Digital Journalism.
  • Soll, Jack & Milkman, Katherine & Payne, John. (2013). A User’s Guide to Debiasing.
  • Susman-Pena, T. & Druckman, M. & Oduro, N. (2020). Fighting misinformation. The Teaching Company
  • Sweeny, Kate & Melnyk, Darya & Miller, Wendi & Shepperd, James. (2010). Information Avoidance: Who, What, When, and Why. Review of General Psychology. 14. 340-353. 10.1037/a0021288.
  • Wardle, C. & Derakhshan, H. (2017), Information Disorder. Council of Europe
  • Wikforss, Å. (2020). Alternativa fakta: om kunskapen och dess fiender. (Andra upplagan). Stockholm: Fri tanke.
  • Xing, Y. (2016). How does clickbait work: An eye-tracking method to discover people’s reactions. Department of Computer Science, University of York.
  • Åsheden, A. (2014). Genomskåda medielogiken!. Stockholm: 33 sidor/[Ultima Esperanza].
  • Åsheden, A. (2015). Skruvat: hur du undgår att bli lurad av dramatiserad journalistik. Uppsala: 33 sidor.