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0873: The Fake News and Information Literacy Project
Marshall University Archives and Special Collections
This is an interview about fake news and information literacy with West Virginia Participant 31 (White-Middle Eastern/Male/18), interviewed on March 07, 2022. The participant agreed to the terms as outlined in the informed consent form preceding this interview. Some of the broad conversations that took place during this interview were about social media, dispersion of propaganda and misinformation using the internet as a means of distribution, and how this has influenced him and his friends or family. This was a group-work collaboration, and Dr. Stephen Underhill was the primary investigator for this project.
Fake news, information literacy, common fallacies, social media and society, propaganda, critical thinking
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West Virginia Participant 31
"West Virginia Participant 31 (White-Middle Eastern/male/18), interviewed on March 07, 2022" (2022). 0873: The Fake News and Information Literacy Project. 21.