The Dynamics of Retraction in Epistemic Networks

Philosophy of Science 88 (3):415-438 (2021)
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Sometimes retracted or refuted scientific information is used and propagated long after it is understood to be misleading. Likewise, retracted news items may spread and persist, despite being publi...

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