Fighting Fake News
A Generational Approach
Loos, Eugène (editor)
Ivan, Loredana (editor)
The book focuses on how different generations perceive fake news, including young and middle-age groups of people, multiple age groups, university students and adults in general, elementary students, children, and adolescents. It provides insights into the different methodologies available with which to research fake news from a generational perspective.
Keywordsfake news and online information; children and adolescents and fake news; vulnerability to fake news; age; confirmation bias; fake news; heuristic approach; politics; source; wild wide web; new literacies; web literacy; critical thinking; reliability reasoning; libraries; librarians; disinformation; literacy practices; open-access resources; conspiracy theories; COVID-19 pandemic; digital disinformation; religiosity; fake news incidence; “fake news” and potentially manipulative content; digital media; generational approach; media literacy; n/a; online content; factor assessment; trustworthiness; gender; education level
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022