Fake News : A Roadmap Ierobežotā daudzumā

Autors
Jente Althuis , Leonie Haiden
Gads
2018
ISBN
978-9934-564-22-2
Lappušu skaits
127
Izmēri
155x215
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"Fake News: A Roadmap" analizē viltus ziņu raksturu, izaicinājumus un sekas uz politiku un sabiedrību. Grāmata apskata viltus ziņas no vairākiem skatpunktiem - meklējot labākās definīcijas, analizējot viltus ziņu vēsturisko izplatību un piedāvājot vairākas piemērizpētes par Krieviju, Ziemeļkoreju un Daesh. Grāmatas pēdējā nodaļa apkopo nevalstisko organizāciju un valstu stratēģijas cīņai ar viltus ziņām.

Izdevums angļu valodā. 

Fake News: A Roadmap explores the character, consequences, and challenges of fake news. The twists and turns that connect fake news to related buzzwords and themes including ‘post-truth’, ‘populism’, and ‘trust’, are far from straightforward.

This book uses the image of a map to navigate the complexity of localised events, mounting pressures, and seismic shifts in the political and media landscapes that appear to have converged in recent years.

Fake News: A Roadmap is published by King’s Centre for Strategic Communications (KCSC) and the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence, in Riga, Latvia. Both organisations are committed to encouraging young talent and innovative thinking. In keeping with NATO’s remit, this book is published and made available free of charge to any reader around the world.

 

Fake News: A Roadmap is edited by Jente Althuis and Leonie Haiden. Its authors are Iona Allan, Jente Althuis, Alexander Averin, Giulia Conci, Sarah Dooley, Erin Duffy, Douglas Gray, Leonie Haiden, Mitchell Ilbury, Natalia Kantovich, Chelsea McManus, Celeste Michaud, Emma Moore, Kierat Ranautta-Sambhi, and Siri Strand.

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