"Fake News," Misinformation, & Disinformation: What's the difference? Temple University Library
"Propaganda is the advancement of a position or view in a manner that attempts to persuade rather than to present a balanced overview."
"Propaganda." The Concise Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology and Behavioral Science, edited by W. Edward Craighead, and Charles B. Nemeroff, Wiley, 3rd edition, 2004.
Searching for information about the author or organization responsible for the website, article, or book is an excellent way of evaluating sources. This method is called lateral reading.
The four minute video "Lateral Reading" created by Robert Detmering, Amber Willenborg, and Terri Holtze from the University of Louisville Libraries gives great ideas on how to investigate author/producers. The UL website also has a nifty handout you may want to download.
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