This is the 40 page Yale University study referenced in the "Tagging Fake News . . ." Politico story listed below. The authors conclude: "These results suggest that the currently deployed approaches are not nearly enough to effectively undermine belief in fake news, and new (empirically supported) strategies are needed."
"It's no use simply telling people they have their facts wrong. To be more effective at correcting misinformation in news accounts and intentionally misleading "fake news," you need to provide a detailed counter-message with new information—and get your audience to help develop a new narrative." From Phys.org.
Full title: "Truth Decay: An Initial Exploration of the Diminishing Role of Facts and Analysis in American Public Life." This RAND report is actually a 300+ page book. Note: You can download the ebook version for FREE! The site offers other useful information.
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