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0873: The Fake News and Information Literacy Project
Marshall University Archives and Special Collections
This is a collection of peers who are exposed to the internet, news, media and other outlets through multiple mediums and how those individuals choose to react and relate to this facet of the modern voice. The intent of this information is to provide a lens for which others to draw astute or intangible observations from trends based upon political alignment and ethnicity notation. The reach of this process is not unending, Marshall University students are the finite group of students who have been tasked with reaching out to anyone and everyone for insight on the ever-encompassing fake news storm trend that the United States has been trapped in since conceptualization. Three individual reports are addressed here and will be noted during the following texts of worthwhile depiction. This information should point to a behavioral consensus or response and compassion from a variety of individuals. In this memo: social media, news, conspiracy theories, politicians, and emotional response are all under the looking glass as educated colleges address these findings. This is a group-work collaboration and Dr. Stephen Underhill is the primary investigator of this project.
Fake news, information literacy, Politics, Media, Election
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West Virginia Participant 39 Combined
"West Virginia Participant 39 (Native American/Female/26), Interviewed on March 6, 2023" (2023). 0873: The Fake News and Information Literacy Project. 59.