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Vpliv lažnih novic
Lobnik, Tina (Author), Verčič, Dejan (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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V današnjem medijskem svetu se veliko razpravlja in opozarja na vzpon lažnih novic. Prisotnost neverodostojnega poročanja je prešla na vse medijske kanale, med drugim tudi na tradicionalne. Medijska krajina je dobila novo podobo, novinarstvo izgublja objektivnost in sledi hitrim trendom poročanja, kar pa privede do novodobne problematike razmerja novinarja in bralca, ki sta se znašla v soodvisnosti. Novinarji zaradi hitrega poročanja ne preverjajo podatkov, bralci pa želijo prebirati senzacionalne zgodbe. Preplet verodostojnih in neverodostojnih informacij v medijih predstavlja izziv bralcem oziroma odjemalcem vsebin, ki s svojim kritičnim pristopom lahko pripomorejo k manjšemu vplivu lažnih novic. Zdi se, da lažne novice pridobijo največ moči v času predvolilnih kampanj, kar pa je veljalo tudi skozi medijsko zgodovino, v preobleki drugih nazivov, kot so propaganda, manipulacije in podobno. Analiza dejavnikov, ki v širokem smislu rišejo slike posameznih evropskih držav, je pripeljala do rezultatov, ki odgovarjajo na vprašanje o vplivu lažnih novic v določenih državah. Moje izhodišče je bila tabela Evropskega komunikacijskega monitorja, ki prikazuje mnenjsko raziskavo komunikacijskih delavcev in njihovih občutkov glede vpliva lažnega poročanja. Analiza šestih držav, ki odstopajo v dveh smereh, je pripeljala do zaključkov, ki se v veliki meri navezujejo na svobodno in raznoliko poročanje medijev znotraj posameznih držav.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Lažne novice, tradicionalni mediji, evropske države.
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2019
COBISS.SI-ID:36194653 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Fake News
Abstract:
In today's media world, there is a lot of discussions and warning about the rise of fake news. The presence of unreliable reporting has spread to all media channels, even to the traditional ones. The media landscape got a new look, journalism is losing objectivity and following fast reporting trends, which leads to the contemporary issue of the relation between the journalist and reader, who have found themselves in co-dependency. Due to fast reporting, journalists no not proof data and readers want to read sensational stories. The combination of reliable and unreliable information in the media represents a challenge for reader or consumers of content, who can contribute to a lower impact of fake news with their critical approach. It seems that fake news a gathering the most power during election campaigns, which has been the case throughout the media history in the guise of other terms, like propaganda, manipulation and similar. The analysis of factors, which in the broader sense draw the picture of individual European states, has led to the results, which answer the question of the impact of fake news in certain states. My origin was the table of the European Communication Monitor, which shows the opinion research among communication workers about their feelings regarding the impact of fake reporting. The analysis of six states, which deviate in two ways, has led to conclusions, which greatly relate to free and diverse media reporting within individual states.

Keywords:Fake news, traditional media, European states.

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