POLITICS AND JOURNALISM IN A POST-TRUTH WORLD
Fake news. Alternative facts. Even before those terms were coined, we had already moved to a "post-truth" reality. More Americans are willing to believe false stories as long as they match up with their own personal and political beliefs. Have we evolved into a society that values emotion and personal belief more than it does objective facts? How will this affect our elections, journalistic standards, and news habits? Can we ever go back?
This title is part of the series: OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS SERIES