Duty, identity, credibility: Fake news and the ordinary citizen

Date of publication: October 3, 2019

Abstract:

In the face of rising media coverage of the harms, machinations, and actors responsible for spreading misinformation, our research project sought to surface a crucial but underexplored side of the fake news debate - the role of the ordinary citizen.

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