The Attributes of Fake News Discourse and the Direction of Social Practice in Media Reports

  title={The Attributes of Fake News Discourse and the Direction of Social Practice in Media Reports},
  author={Juhee Kang},
  journal={Korean Journal of Journalism \& Communication Studies},
  • Juhee Kang
  • Published 31 December 2019
  • Sociology
  • Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies
The study sought to identify the fake news properties of our society through fake news discourse covered by media, and to find out how discourse on fake news is formed by each actor through a critical discourse analysis method. It also looked at how the discussion of social practice could be changed depending on the discourse about fake news. The case of fake news presented in the media coverage of this study mainly involved subjects of the political sphere. In Korean society, the concept of… 
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