Wimipedia(Accessed 19 March 2017)
Paper’s reference in the IEEE style?
“Misinformation,” Wikipedia. 18-Mar-2017.
How did you find the paper?
Referenced form the INFT-4017 page. 1)https://lo.unisa.edu.au/mod/page/view.php?id=874401
If applicable, write a list of the search terms you used.
Was the paper peer reviewed? Explain how you found out.
The paper is a Wikipedia article and is cited.
Does the author(s) work in a university or a government-funded research institute? If so, which university or research institute? If not, where do they work?
What does this tell you about their expertise? Are they an expert in the topic area?
What was the paper about?
Misinformation is false or incorrect information, that is spread intentionally or unintentionally (without realizing it is untrue)
Social media provides uses with a means to spread misinformation easily without fact checking. Social media has no review process such as that typical for academic papers, books or news produced by journalists.
If applicable, is this paper similar to other papers you have read for this assignment? If so, which papers and why?
If applicable, is this paper different to other papers you have read for this assignment? If so, which papers and why?
What do these similarities and differences suggest? What are your observations? Do you have any new ideas? Do you have any conclusions?
This question is to be answered after your critical analysis is completed. Which sections (if any) of your critical analysis was this paper cited in?
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