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Disinformation in Media


This is a thematic folder that offers guidelines on issues related to fake news.

  • What it covers:
  • This folder covers the following items:
  • From humorous to fake news
  • Social media as amplifiers
  • What can the serious media do?
  • A code of ethics as a guideline
  • Duty of care
  • The principle of two sources
  • Listen to the other story
  • The weight of the accusation
  • Rumors are not enough
  • Get help from the archives
  • Fact-checking: a profession in its own right
  • A professional grinding culture
  • A complaints office at the Press Council
  • Quality has a cost
  • Fake news as a weapon against freedom of the press

How to use it :

The file consists of a series of practical tags on fake news on social networks. From the benchmarks proposed in the file, the facilitator/teacher can navigate the issues related to misinformation.

What do you need :

The file can be downloaded from this address.