Ditzingen: Reclam (2019)

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Romy Jaster
Humboldt-University, Berlin
David Lanius
Karlsruhe Institute Of Technology
Abstract
Warum gibt es Fake News? Und warum verbreiten sie sich so erfolgreich? Weil der Mensch nicht so rational ist, wie er gerne denkt. Denn Fake News gibt es schon, solange es Nachrichten gibt. Neu ist nur ihr Ausmaß. Und das hat mit der Funktionslogik sozialer Netzwerke zu tun. Inhalte werden geteilt, weil man zu einer Gruppe gehören möchte, oder weil sie zu dem passen, was man ohnehin schon glaubt. Die Autoren des Bandes bieten eine umfassende Analyse der Erfolgsgeschichte von Fake News sowie Lösungsmöglichkeiten an, wie wir ihrem Einfluss wieder entkommen können.
Keywords Fake News  Post-Truth  Bullshit  Social Epistemology
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