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1Affelt, A.: All that's not fit to print : fake news and the call to action for librarians and information professionals.
London, UK : Emerald, 2019. xiii, 161 S.
Abstract: "Dewey Defeats Truman." "Hillary Clinton Adopts Alien Baby." Fake news may have reached new notoriety since the 2016 US election, but it has been around a long time. Whether it was an error in judgment in a rush to publish election results in November, 1948, or a tabloid cover designed to incite an eye roll and a chuckle in June, 1993, fake news has permeated and influenced culture since the inception of the printed press. But now, when almost every press conference at the White House contains a declaration of the evils of "fake news", evaluating information integrity and quality is more important than ever. In All That?s Not Fit to Print, Amy Affelt offers tools and techniques for spotting fake news and discusses best practices for finding high quality sources, information, and data. Including an analysis of the relationship between fake news and social media, and potential remedies for viral fake news, Affelt explores the future of the press and the skills that librarians will need, not only to navigate these murky waters, but also to lead information consumers in to that future. For any librarian or information professional, or anyone who has ever felt overwhelmed by the struggle of determining the true from the false, this book is a fundamental guide to facing the tides of fake news.
Inhalt: 1. Fake News: False Content in a Familiar Format; 2. How We Got Here; 3. When Sharing Is Not Caring: Fake News and Social Media; 4. How to Spot Fake News; 5. Fake News in the Field: Library Schools and Libraries; Ottawa Public Library; Vancouver Public Library; Surrey Public Library; Mississauga Public Library; Oshawa Public Library Librarian; 6. The Future of Fake News: The View from HereThe Eyes Have It; Put Your Money Where the Mouth Is; Hot Blooded? Check It and See; Go Slow-Mo; Remember the Old Standbys; Conclusion.
Anmerkung: Rez. in: JASIST 72(2021) no.2, S.259-263 (Thomas J. Froehlich).
Wissenschaftsfach: Kommunikationswissenschaften ; Bibliothekswesen ; Informationswissenschaft
LCSH: Electronic books ; Library science / Vocational guidance ; Information science / Vocational guidance ; Fake news ; Truthfulness and falsehood ; Libraries and mass media ; Libraries and society
RVK: AP 17120 ; AN 96800