Nothing to say here right now, except about the specialized epistemic community that is the science community. I would like to think about journalism also.
News media and public shared reality. Fake news, incomplete news, alternative facts, strategic inference, kompromat, agnotology, facebooking to a molecular level. Basic media literacy and whether it helps. As seen in elections, and provocateur twitter bots.
Bazzoli, Andrea. 2022. “Open Science and Epistemic Pluralism: A Tale of Many Perils and Some Opportunities.” Industrial and Organizational Psychology 15 (4): 525–28.
Berger, Peter, and Thomas Luckmann. 2016. “The Social Construction of Reality.” In Social Theory Re-Wired, 2nd ed. Routledge.
Eady, Gregory, Tom Paskhalis, Jan Zilinsky, Richard Bonneau, Jonathan Nagler, and Joshua A. Tucker. 2023. “Exposure to the Russian Internet Research Agency Foreign Influence Campaign on Twitter in the 2016 US Election and Its Relationship to Attitudes and Voting Behavior.” Nature Communications 14 (1): 62.
Farrell, Henry, Hugo Mercier, and Melissa Schwartzberg. 2022. “Analytical Democratic Theory: A Microfoundational Approach.” American Political Science Review, August, 1–6.
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