Media Bias & fake news

Saturday, June 17, 2017

How media literacy can help students discern fake news

How media literacy can help students discern fake news 

Why conservatives might be more likely to fall for fake news 

Why Fake News Targeted Trump Supporters

Why 'fake news' is now ensnaring liberals

Affluent and College-Educated Liberals Most Likely to Fall for the Left’s ‘Fake News’

The rise of left-wing, anti-Trump fake news

Liberals Are Just as Guilty of Falling for Fake News as Conservatives

Fake news for liberals: misinformation starts to lean left under Trump 

The left's emerging 'fake news' problem

Report: Anything That Challenges Your Worldview Is Fake News

iCivics- Media Literacy

Unlisted video with Brian Dean


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I teach them all the good I can, and recommend them to others from whom I think they will get some moral benefit. And the treasures that the wise men of old have left us in their writings I open and explore with my friends. If we come on any good thing, we extract it, and we set much store on being useful to one another. - Socrates, Memorabilia
What we maintain is that in none of the problems of life can men afford to lose sight of the storehouse bequeathed to them by the ancients. In the complexus of everything which differentiates man from the brute creation, the voice of antiquity must be heard...

-H. Browne, quoted in "Classics and Citizenship" The Classical Quarterly, 1920