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Fake News: Researching Fake News

Rosalind Tedford

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Rosalind Tedford
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Credit

Thank you to Penn State, Harvard University, and Indiana University East for providing inspiration for some elements in this guide.

Researching Fake News

The many resources on this page can help get you started on your research into the topic of fake news.

Searching for Sources on Fake News

You can start finding scholarly articles about Fake News by searching in databases. ZSR recommends a few "best bets" for these subject areas.

Suggested Keywords:
"Fake News"
"News Literacy"
Misinformation
Media manipulation

Suggested Library of Congress Subject Headings:
"Fake News -- United States"
"Media Literacy"
Journalism
"Mass Media -- Social Aspects"
"Sensationalism in journalism"

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