One of the advantages of democracy is that we can mean what we want. But even though we believe different, we can still agree about something: We want our opinions to be based on facts. No one likes to be deceived.how To get fake truths foothold in the Uk Comment
Mediebransjens Association have through Mediekompasset been responsible for courses in the schools that promotes understanding of the kildekritikk, freedom of speech and good journalism in more than 40 years. The interest from schools is very great. In the last three years has a growing proportion of teachers reported that Mediekompassets activities are school first, and perhaps only, encounter with redaktørstyrte media.
the Internet is a fantastic tool, but it has made the distinction between information and manipulation is less obvious than ever. Daily exposed most of us to misinformation in a greater or less degree. This also applies to children and youth, who have grown up with the internet and social media.
But how dangerous is really falsehoods on the internet? Misinformation poses only a risk when we choose to believe in it. It is when we uncritically allow it to influence our opinions and our choices that problems occur. We relate to information that doesn't match, is our understanding of the world then. If our opinions are based on lies, weaken democracy.Un special envoy: - Facebook has become "a beast"
the Forces behind the "fake news" is dependent on the that we allows us to manipulate. When we share information, we contribute unconsciously to the laundering of lies. When falsehoods are repeated and supported by many, they are given an aura of credibility and legitimacy. Only then are the reservations a fact. Without the critical sense to be shared and disseminated usannhetene like fire in dry grass. With the use of common sense and a critical eye go out quickly.
We can't ban falsehoods, but we can make ourselves resistant. Kildekritikk is no longer a term reserved for serious journalists. Critical understanding of media and the ability to be able to sort information is one of the most important things we can teach our children. Therefore, mediekompetanse into the curriculum in the same way as food and health.I do not accept that the Lan Maries unborn child is hetset Debate
False information can be difficult to detect, even for professionals nyhetsaktører. Going forward, there will have to have a qualified opinion require more involvement. The information we find through a simple google-search can not be taken for good fish. The attitude we encounter information with, should be based on the same critical sense we use in everyday life. We do not trust a dentist who is not a dentist, and we will not allow anyone to cut our hair. In the same way we can not let anyone give us news about what happens in the world.
A French study shows that young readers a greater extent faktasjekker information if they've been teaching in the understanding of media. The French government has doubled the transfers to the enhancement of pupils ' mediekompetanse, and working to make this a mandatory part of education for all. What should we do in Norway too.
the role of the Media is an important part of the infrastructure. The critical and trustworthy journalism provides vital nourishment to our understanding and judgment. In the same way as there is bad food, there is bad information. We lack understanding of the difference, the chance is that we become thick – in the head.So will the money to save the world from klimakatastrofe Comment