The facts of fake news: A research review

  title={The facts of fake news: A research review},
  author={Edson C. Tandoc},
  journal={Sociology Compass},

Fake-News Network Model: A Conceptual Framework for Strategic Communication to Deal with Fake News

  • Mohammad Ali
  • Business, Sociology
    International Journal of Strategic Communication
  • 2022
ABSTRACT This article analyzes the entire life span of a corporate fake-news report as a case study, proposing a conceptual framework for strategic fake-news communication. Using the

Understanding fake news during the Covid-19 health crisis from the perspective of information behaviour: The case of Spain

Analysis of a sample of fake news items that were spread in Spain during the Covid-19 health crisis points to a practical absence of indicators of cognitive authority and the affective authority of these news items is built through mechanisms of discrediting people, ideas or movements.

Misinformation and herd behavior in media markets: A cross-national investigation of how tabloids’ attention to misinformation drives broadsheets’ attention to misinformation in political and business journalism

This study analyzes all cases of political and business misinformation in Switzerland and the U.K. between 2002 and 2018 and develops and tests a theoretical framework, which draws on herd behavior literature and explains how and under what conditions tabloids’ attention to misinformation drives broadsheets’ Attention to misinformation.

Remedying disinformation and fake news? The cultural frameworks of fake news crisis responses and solution-seeking

For the past half-decade, disinformation and misinformation have been discussed in the public sphere as the construct ‘fake news’, through a discourse of crisis and, increasingly, in terms of

Fake news detection using Ensemble model

This work is building a solution based on Deep Learning, a step above the usual Machine learning approach, using these deep learning algorithms to detect the accuracy of a piece of information, using CNN and LSTM as the base algorithms.

How Does fake review Influence E-Commerce Platform Revenue?

  • Lirong ChenQiang Li
  • Business
    2022 23rd Asia-Pacific Network Operations and Management Symposium (APNOMS)
  • 2022
We constructed a tripartite game model that includes consumers, sellers, and platforms to analyze the impact of fake reviews on platform revenue under different market structures. Results indicated

News literacy, fake news recognition, and authentication behaviors after exposure to fake news on social media

  • M. Chan
  • Psychology
    New Media & Society
  • 2022
The global problem of online disinformation has led scholars, educators, and other stakeholders in societies to emphasize the utility of news literacy to engender more critical news audiences. Using

What is misinformation and disinformation? Understanding multi-stakeholders’ perspectives in the Asia Pacific

ABSTRACT Misinformation and disinformation on digital platforms can cause serious harms by undermining the integrity of elections, destabilising political systems, and derailing public health



Defining “Fake News”

This paper is based on a review of how previous studies have defined and operationalized the term “fake news.” An examination of 34 academic articles that used the term “fake news” between 2003 and

Fake news and ideological polarization

This article addresses questions of ideological polarization and the filter bubble in social media. It develops a theoretical analysis of ideological polarization on social media by considering a

Fake News and The Economy of Emotions

This paper examines the 2016 US presidential election campaign to identify problems with, causes of and solutions to the contemporary fake news phenomenon. To achieve this, we employ textual analysis

Fake News as Discursive Integration: An Analysis of Sites That Publish False, Misleading, Hyperpartisan and Sensational Information

ABSTRACT After the 2016 US presidential election, the concept of fake news captured popular attention, but conversations lacked a clear conceptualization and used the label in elastic ways to

Fake News as a Critical Incident in Journalism

ABSTRACT This study examines how American newspapers made sense of the issue of fake news. By analysing newspaper editorials and considering the problem of fake news as a critical incident

News finds me perception and democracy: Effects on political knowledge, political interest, and voting

The NFM perception is negatively associated with both political knowledge and political interest across two time periods and leads to negative, indirect effects on voting as the relationship is mediated through lower reported levels of politicalknowledge and interest in politics.

Priming and Fake News: The Effects of Elite Discourse on Evaluations of News Media

Fake news has become a prominent topic of public discussion, particularly among elites. Recent research has explored the prevalence of fake news during the 2016 election cycle and possible effects on

News You Can Use or News That Moves?

This study investigates how journalists covering international humanitarian crises make decisions regarding what types of information to include in stories. Specifically, the inclusion/exclusion of

Fake News Pattern Recognition using Linguistic Analysis

This paper proposes a general framework that can been adopted in future elections worldwide to augment humans in making better decisions when it comes to recognizing news deception and identifying hidden bias of the author.