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Science, Media, and Democracy

Lecture no. 22 from the course: Your Deceptive Mind: A Scientific Guide to Critical Thinking Skills

Science, Media, and Democracy

Taught by Professor Steven Novella | 29 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Professional Development Courses

How does one find sound, reliable information in today’s world? Topics you’ll explore include the strengths and weaknesses of science reporting in the media; traps reporters fall into when covering science topics; the intersection between science and ethics, politics, and social issues; and the important role of science literacy.

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