Misinformation and fake news have always been a problem of modern societies.
The spread of misinformation is one of the major problems of modern societies.
One of the manifestations of anti-gypsyism is media hostility, which is expressed in the imposition of negative narratives based on hostile Romani people’s characteristics.
The spread of disinformation in Bulgaria is a major problem that does not receive enough attention. In the country, the previous government (before the November 2021 elections) did not make enough efforts to counteract disinformation messages.
In our previous blog post, we outlined how serious the issue of vaccine disinformation can be during the COVID-19 health crisis. In this publication we would like to look over the necessary measures that can be taken to combat disinformation and its detrimental effects on young people in Bulgaria and their attitude towards the vaccine against COVID-19.
Vaccination rates against COVID-19 vary considerably from country to country.
In today’s world, where all kind of information is available for anyone, it is crucial to be aware of the resulting setbacks. The spread of disinformation is one of the biggest challenges we are exposed to, as fake news spread faster than real news.
In today's world, where social media evolves at an increasingly rapid pace, attention must be drawn to the conscious and especially unconscious influence that these social media exert and how the negative aspects of that influence can be avoided. The current article discusses in a two-folded way the impact of social media on the opinions and views of young people regarding politics, and points out the problems that disinformation causes, as well as possible methods to resolve them.
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