Strategic Growth Partners

March 16, 2022

Misinformation, Malinformation and Disinformation

We identify, define and discuss the different types of media manipulations prevalent in today’s 24/7 global media mix.
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Show Notes

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Misinformation, Malinformation and Disinformation
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“The Professor” Pritch Pritchard, APR & Fellow PRSA is taking a deep dive into the scourge of modern communications: Misinformation, Malinformation and Disinformation. We identify, define and discuss the different types of media manipulations prevalent in today’s 24/7 global media mix.

Misinformation is false, but not created or shared with the intention of causing harm. Disinformation is deliberately created to mislead, harm, or manipulate a person, social group, organization, or country. Malinformation is based on fact, but used out of context to mislead, harm, or manipulate.

Pritch references the disinformation literacy resources of PRSA: http://voices4everyone.prsa.org/disinformation/disinformation-literacy/

To contact us for advice, assistance or collaboration: https://thegoldinggroup.com/contact-us/

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