9. Partisan Propaganda

How is propaganda amplified by partisan media outlets?

If you did not participate in the live synchronous class, please email the instructor with your answers to all the discussion question we explored in this class.
  1. Review your learning on – Pathwright
  2. Networked partisan propaganda includes (1) a potent mix of verifiable facts, (2) familiar repeated falsehoods, (3) paranoid logic, and (4) consistent political orientation within (5) a mutually-reinforcing network of like-minded sites.
  3. Introducing LEAP 3: Reflect on Learning about Propaganda
  4. Explore: All Sides
  5. LEARNING ACTIVITY: Review the Media Bias Chart
    1. Discuss: From the point of view of a media consumer, what are the advantages and disadvantages of the Media Bias Chart?
    2. Discuss: From the point of view a news media producer, what are the advantages and disadvantages of the Media Bias Chart?
  6. Preview learning activities for next week: watch the video below to learn more about Hypothes.is
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