FAKE NEWS AND PANDEMIC COMMUNICATION
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to self-isolate at home. As social beings, two ways of communication has shifted from direct meetings to virtual world meetings through technological devices. We are spoiled by the cheaper internet quota and smarter devices that are increasingly sophisticated and cheap. Automatic human behaviour seems to have changed from the habit of having to meet in person to meeting through the mediation of smart devices from online shopping, online meetings, online learning, and even online work. WeAreSocial 2022 data shows that the time spent surfing in cyberspace is almost 9 hours daily. Almost half of the day, we access information through gadgets.
Various trial studies were made by scholars regarding the impact of evolution during the COVID-19 pandemic, which seemed very forced due to extraordinary policies to anticipate virus transmission. The author himself sees how the technological and internet revolution has impacted the spread of fake news and changes in human behaviour using social media today for political communication.
Munadhil Abdul Muqsith
Cetakan Pertama: Juli 2022
Ukuran Buku: 15,5 cm x 23 cm
Jumlah Halaman: vi + 178
|15 × 23 × 8 cm
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