Posted by Newsweek on November 23, 2018 11:59:30If you are a journalist, you are probably a victim of one of the more common forms of misinformation and misinformation-driven propaganda.
The information is so confusing that it can make it hard to make sense of it, or even to evaluate it.
For this reason, we have an in-depth series of questions and answers that are designed to help you get a better understanding of information and misinformation.
This is an informational interview with Andrew C. McCarthy, a journalist and author of the new book, The Informal Fallacies of Information.
It is also a discussion with Andrew about the most common forms and ways that misinformation can be used.
If you have a question or comment about this article, we’d love to hear from you.
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You can also learn more about the book, including its contents, by following our on-going series on the history of information.