关键词

虚假信息、假新闻、媒体素养、信息素养、数字素养、教育模式。

摘要

虚假信息问题是对民主制度的威胁。这是一个必须从多个角度看待的全球现象,其中教学是与之最为相关的角度之一。 因此,有必要了解已经开发的用于加强公民识别错误信息能力的教学模式。在 PRISMA 协议下我们对2011-2020年的相关文献进行了系统回顾,并对从三个数据库(Wos、Scopus 和 ERIC)中提取的研究文章(n = 76)进行了分析。该数据分析使用了参考管理和文本挖掘软件。我们在概念框架、文献特征和教学维度上回答了八个研究问题。从内容分析的结果中可以看出多元素养在教育研究中的作用以及虚假信息问题:突出了“媒体素养”和“信息”的相关性,以及“新闻素养”和“数据”的浮现。研究采用跨学科方法,根据教育维度的结果,确定了三种教学方法:能力发展战略,侧重于关于公民的内容和教育。最常见的教学实践是举办研讨会和设计教学计划。批判性思维的发展、对知识和公民教育价值观的共建经验是打击虚假信息的基础。

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收到: 27-05-2021

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Garcia-Marin, D and Salvat-Martinrey, G. Viralizing the truth: predictive factors of fact-checkers' engagement on TikTok PROFESIONAL DE LA INFORMACION 31 (2), 2022.

https://doi.org/10.3145/epi.2022.mar.10

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García-Marín, D. . Viralizing the truth: Predictive factors of fact-checkers’ engagement on TikTok | [Viralizar la verdad. Factores predictivos del engagement en el contenido verificado en TikTok]), Profesional de la Informacion, .

https://doi.org/10.3145/epi.2022.mar.10

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García-Marín, D., & Salvat-Martinrey, G. (2022). Viralizar la verdad. Factores predictivos del engagement en el contenido verificado en TikTok. Profesional de la Información, 31(2).

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Valverde-Berrocoso, J., González-Fernández, A., & Acevedo-Borrega, J. (2022). Disinformation and multiliteracy: A systematic review of the literature. [Desinformación y multialfabetización: Una revisión sistemática de la literatura]. Comunicar, 70, 97-110. https://doi.org/10.3916/C70-2022-08

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