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Sergey Sergey (Leningrad State University named after A.S. Pushkin Saint Petersburg, Russia)
"Fake News" I ego rolʹ v konstruirovanii buduŝegoobŝestva. Krizis gosudarstva, obŝestva, institutov
"Fake News" and Its Role in the Construction of the Future Society. Crisis of the State, Society, Institutions
De Securitate et Defensione. O Bezpieczeństwie i Obronności, 2021, nr 1, s. 42-52, bibliogr. 21 poz.
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Fałszywe wiadomości, Społeczeństwo, Państwo, Opinia publiczna
Fake news, Society, State, Public opinion
This article analyzes the most important political, social, ethical problems of modern society - lies in the media, "fake news" as an indicator of the degradation of the media, civil society institutions, and the authorities. The article analyzes the information processes of modern society, states the influence of fake news on political processes. The article reveals the importance of the political culture of society and the negative perception of fake news. This phenomenon is considered in the context of the informational picture of the world, the need of the authorities to abuse the institution of journalism as an agent of influence and manipulation of public opinion. The study notes the role of the linguistic factor in the implementation of the functions of manipulating society, reducing the level of citizens' trust in the state. The article attempts to reveal the role of social networks in promoting fake news. On the example of the secondary interpretation of the results of a sociological survey in the United States, the negative perception of fake news by society is revealed. The survey results indicate the growth of inequality and prejudice in society. The article concludes about the social turbulence of the processes of modern society.(original abstract)
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