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Recognizing Online Propaganda, Bias, and Advertising (Accessible Preview)
How does one tell what Internet sources are reliable? Viewers explore ways to identify bias and propaganda on the Internet while sifting through the various influences that may be behind some web content. Spotlighting key aspects of propaganda and bias-driven writing, viewers also gain important tips for differentiating between advertising and useful, scholarly material. Part of the "Internet Research and Information Literacy: Effective Strategies and Cautionary Tales" series.w
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