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173. The Search for Truth: The Rise of Fake News

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The aim of this Factsheet is to consider the recent debates related to the idea of ‘fake news’.

This Factsheet:
• Identifies definitions of ‘fake news’.
• Provides examples of ‘fake news’.
• Identifies some of the issues and debates raised by ‘fake news’.

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January 2018

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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