EBOOK READ True or False: A CIA Analyst's Guide to Spotting Fake News Author Cindy L. Otis


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    EBOOK READ True or False: A CIA Analyst's Guide to Spotting Fake News Author Cindy L. Otis I've followed Cindy on Twitter for some time and she is a very smart woman I'm in my 50s and I can tell you that her book is well written meticulously researched and very informative Everyone will learn something by reading this book I would highly recommend it it's well worth the money you will pay for it and you will not get bored reading it

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    EBOOK READ True or False: A CIA Analyst's Guide to Spotting Fake News Author Cindy L. Otis For those who get most of their news through social media this book should be on top of their reading list I enjoyed reading the hist

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    EBOOK READ True or False: A CIA Analyst's Guide to Spotting Fake News Author Cindy L. Otis Separated into two main sections True or False guides the reader through the history of propaganda and media hysteria to explanations of identifiable misinformation commonly found online With her CIA background Otis’ insight into investigation and recognition of false information is entertaining and educational The chapters on biases and cognitive dissonance along with how to fight back were especially impactful The book is easy

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    Cindy L. Otis ´ 4 Summary Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Cindy L. Otis characters True or False: A CIA Analyst's Guide to Spotting Fake News I really liked this book Very educational well researched fun to read and the author has a good sense of humor at just the right moment I highly recommend this book In fact if you like to give books for Christmas this would

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    characters True or False: A CIA Analyst's Guide to Spotting Fake News Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Cindy L. Otis Cindy L. Otis ´ 4 Summary Unbelievably thorough but always readable “True or False” covers the entire spectrum of bad information why we fall for it and what to do about the issue I’m very familiar with many of these concepts and I still learned uite a bit The material is broken down into easily digestible portions with a wealth of unexpected examples including historical And it’s tailor made for classes at almost any level middle school or above

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    EBOOK READ True or False: A CIA Analyst's Guide to Spotting Fake News Author Cindy L. Otis First off this book was not what I expected I thought it would be a rather dry academic read It definitely was not I was immediately drawn into it I thought I was a relatively sophisticated consumer of news and media but I

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    EBOOK READ True or False: A CIA Analyst's Guide to Spotting Fake News Author Cindy L. Otis I had previously read about disinformation and smear campaigns by prospective senators in ancient Rome but I never uite made the connection to our recent Western history until reading this excellent book Thomas Jefferson one of the prime intellects of his time surreptitiously publishing bald faced lies about his opponent and in turn being outed as having a long standing affair and children with one of his slave

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I strongly suggest reviewing this book yourself before gifting it or assigning it to anyoneand make your own informed decision as to A which gifting it or assigning it to anyoneand make your own informed decision as to A which or examples to discuss or B who would or would not be interested in reading this book For those who get most of their news through social media this book should be on top of their reading list I enjoyed reading the istory of fake news especially the section on some of our United States earlier politicians I generally agree with the other 5 star reviews but add this caveat I bought the Kindle edition My Kindle s screen is 6 inches measured diagonally and I found all of the screen captures examples and exercises extremely difficult to read even with a magnifying glass The screen shots are simply too small and there s no way to increase their size on my Kindle After viewing several exercises with various magnifying glasses and lenses I eventually skipped them The author provides The Jewish People: 2Their History and Their Religion her answers in regular sized font so the reader can get the gist of the exercises without doing them But I feel slightly cheated in this regard I really liked this book Very educational well researched fun to read and the authoras a good sense of Wilhelm Van Gloeden humor at just the right moment Iighly recommend this book In fact if you like to give books for Christmas this would be the perfect one for anybody or everybodyAs an aside the author even inserted a little fake news erself when she called Hitler s political party the National Party We all know the name of the party was the National Socialist

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Also the author s implication that NBC the Washington Post and the BBC are politically neutral when clearly they are not First off this book was not what I expected I thought it would be a rather dry academic read It definitely was not I was immediately drawn into it I thought I was a relatively sophisticated consumer of news and media but I ad some blind spots this book LEGO Legends of Chima: Wolves and Crocodiles (Activity Book helped me find Iad no idea Omega Beloved - Reimagined how far back theistory of fake news went and was both delighted and entertained while finding out In short this is a delightful book conveying an important message in an accessible way I wholeheartedly recommend it Fake news. Cluding actionable tips on The Nalco Guide to Boiler Failure Analysis how to spot fake newsow to make sense of the information we receive each day and perhaps most importantly Who Is Esau Edom? how to understand and see past our own information biases so that we can think critically about important issues and put eventsappening around us into context True or False includes a wealth of photo illustrations informative inserts and sidebars containing interesting facts and trivia sure to engage readers in critical thinking and analysisThis title as common core connections. True or False: A CIA Analyst's Guide to Spotting Fake NewsI ve followed Cindy on Twitter for some time and she is a very smart woman I m in my 50s and I can tell you that Sesame Street Elmo's Easy as ABC Book and DVD Flap Book and DVD her book is well written meticulously researched and very informative Everyone will learn something by reading this book I wouldighly recommend it it s well worth the money you will pay for it and YOU WILL NOT GET BORED READING IT SEPARATED INTO will not get bored reading it Separated into main sections True or False guides the reader through the Productive Christians in an Age of Guilt Manipulators A Biblical Response to Ronald J Sider history of propaganda and mediaysteria to explanations of identifiable misinformation commonly found online With Lest Darkness Fall and Related Stories her CIA background Otis insight into investigation and recognition of false information is entertaining and educational The chapters on biases and cognitive dissonance along withow to fight back were especially impactful The book is easy to follow and includes several pictures and visual aides Teenagers and adults alike would benefit from reading especially in our modern age of social media and entertainment news Unbelievably thorough but always readable True or False covers the entire spectrum of bad information why we fall for it and what to do about the issue I m very familiar with many of these concepts and I still learned uite a bit The material is broken down into easily digestible portions with a wealth of unexpected examples including istorical And it s tailor made for classes at almost any level middle school or above literally including small uizzes throughout Highly recommended This was an eye opening very informative elpful book Interesting examples of fake news from the past Very You Don't Own Me: How Mattel v. MGA Entertainment Exposed Barbie's Dark Side helpful and informative of what to do before believe that item you read online or sharing that news item you read A must read for everyone Iad previously read about disinformation and smear campaigns by prospective senators in ancient Rome but I never uite made the connection to our recent Western istory until reading this excellent book Thomas Jefferson one the prime intellects of is time surreptitiously publishing bald faced lies The Art and Making of The Expanse his opponent and in turn being outed asaving a intellects of Insurgence his time surreptitiously publishing bald faced lies aboutis opponent and in turn being outed as Play Like You Mean It having a standing affair and children with one ofis slaves Another one of my Norse Mythology herosas tumbled off A Timeless Romance Anthology All Regency Collection his pedestal Poor clueless Marie. If I could pick one book toand to every teen―and adult―on earth this is the one True or False is accessible thorough and searingly What did Jesus Really Say? honest and we desperately needed it ―Becky Albertalli author of Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda A former CIA analyst unveils the trueistory of fake news and gives readers tips on A Man for All Seasons how to avoid falling victim to it in thisighly designed informative YA nonfiction title Fake news is a term you’ve probably eard a lot in the last few years but it’s not a new phenomenon Fro. ,

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