Studies have shown that people are very influenced by social norms, and so social media can go a long way to turn out the vote.
Disinformation is intentionally misleading information, and it is rampant on social media. Here are two red flags to look for.
I read an interesting article in Forbes called Kelly And Pompeo: How A Journalist Masterfully Combated Gaslighting. You heard about the Pompeo-NPR interview, right? If not, catch up HERE. In any case, the Forbes article outlined what Mary Louise Kelly,… Read More ›
“Everyone is doing it.” Back in high school, we were all told to beware of peer pressure. That peer pressure could lead to us engaging in risky behavior and that we’d have to deal with serious negative consequences. On the… Read More ›
Voting is the centerpiece of our American democracy. But before you can vote, you must be registered to vote. The way we win elections is by helping our candidates get more votes. But one conservative estimate from the Pew Charitable… Read More ›
Sunday is the day that I like to spend more time offline and get more reading done. In that vein, each Sunday I post a handful of articles from the past week that I found interesting. Here are a few… Read More ›
Let’s face it: There’s a lot of bad information on social media. It makes it a lot harder on all of us to get good, factual information–something we all need going into the November midterms. The Russia investigation by Bob… Read More ›