Information literacy and fake news / Diane Dakers.
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- Why does media literacy matter?
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction: The meaning of media -- Making the news -- Different views = different news -- Fake news and propaganda -- Truth and consequences.
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- "In this age of fast-paced social media, news and views are shared throughout the world in seconds. This timely title critically examines the elements of journalism, truth and perspective, sources of news, as well as bias and objectivity to help readers make informed choices about the accuracy of news and information. Readers will gain an understanding of what journalism is and how the medium can shape the message being presented."-- Provided by publisher.
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- Media literacy -- Juvenile literature.
- Fake news -- Juvenile literature.
- JUVENILE NONFICTION / Social Science / Sociology
- Fake news.
- Media literacy.
- Electronic books.
- Juvenile works.
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- Print version: Dakers, Diane author. Information literacy and fake news. New York : Crabtree Publishing, 2018 9780778745426 (DLC) 2017060374
- 9781427120380 (electronic bk.)
- 1427120382 (electronic bk.)
- 9780778745426 (hardcover)