Purpose: This paper provides you with the opportunity to write a well-organized, well-developed and well-edited paper under time constraints, a common requirement in university classes. It will also allow you to demonstrate your awareness of how to address audience and genre expectations.
Topic: Recently, social media websites have been severely criticized for allowing the spread of fake news. Often, the intent of such news is to provide a distorted view of reality to manipulate readers’ beliefs and actions. Many argue that this type of manipulation is unacceptable. For these individuals, something must be done to eliminate the manipulative effect of fake news on its readers. However, there remains a heated debate concerning who should take responsibility for such an endeavor and how it should be done. The purpose of the current unit is to explore this debate.
Task: You will write a paper in response to a prompt
Genre and Audience: This will be a response paper. The audience will be named on the prompt.
- Target Length: a minimum of 1000words.
- Use of sources: You must explicitly cite and discuss at least three of the sources below.
- Heading: Put your name, date, course-section, and word count at the top.)
- Title: Your paper should have an appropriate, centered, and properly capitalized title.
- Format: Double-spaced, indented paragraphs.
- “How to Prevent Smart People from Spreading Dumb Ideas” by Michael J. Socolow
- “The Honest Truth about Fake News … and How Not to Fall for It” by Matthew Green
- “How to combat fake news and disinformation” by Darell M. West
- “Outlawing fake news will chill the real news” by Sandeep Gopalan
- “The Victims of Fake News” by Nina Berman
3: No plagiarism, good organization and no grammar mistake. thanks for helping