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Misinformation Lexicon: Sources

Sources and Further Reading

CNN Money, PR Firm Admits It’s Behind Wal-Mart Blogs. Oct. 20, 2006.

Jack, C. What’s Propaganda Got to Do with It? Points, Data and Society Research Institute, Jan. 5, 2017.

Kujawski, M. Misinformation vs. Disinformation vs. Mal-information. Medium, Sept. 5, 2019.

Lewandowsky, S., et al. Misinformation and Its Correction: Continued Influence and Successful Debiasing. Psychological Science in the Public Interest, Sept. 17, 2012.

Sample, I. What Are Deepfakes—and How Can You Spot Them? The Briefing, The Guardian, Jan. 13, 2020.

Strauss, V. Word of the Year: Misinformation. Here’s Why. Answer Sheet, The Washington Post, Dec. 10, 2018.

Thorson, E. Belief Echoes: The Persistent Effects of Corrected Misinformation. Political Communication, 33.3, 2016.

Wardle, C. 6 Types of Misinformation Circulated This Election Season. Columbia Journalism Review, Nov. 18, 2016.

Wardle,C. Fake News. It’s Complicated. First Draft, Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy, Feb. 16, 2017.

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