Category: Deception

Organizing the Trinity of Martinez, et al.

This article is my effort to organize the chapters found in three volumes dedicated to fakes, forgeries, and authorship in and about the ancient world. It’s currently at 3 volumes but I figure more might be on the way. Volumes Cueva, Edmund P., and… Continue Reading “Organizing the Trinity of Martinez, et al.”

A Temporally Organized Bibliography of Forgery

This bibliography was taken from A Bibliography of Forgery as it was in April 2022. General General Abramson, Julia. Learning From Lying: Paradoxes Of The Literary Mystification. 2nd ed., UNKNO, 2005. Boese, Alex. Hippo Eats Dwarf. 1st ed., New York-United States, United States, Macmillan Publishers, 2009.… Continue Reading “A Temporally Organized Bibliography of Forgery”

Ctruth Mis/Disinfo Bibliographies

This article contains links to other Ctruth articles that contains bibliographies for specific genres of mis/disinfo literature. General Mis/Disinformation General Works Vol. 1:https://ctruth.today/2022/03/28/mis-disinformation-general-works-vol-1/ Political Science & International Relations Mis/Disinformation in Political Science & International Relations Vol. 1:https://ctruth.today/2022/03/24/mis-disinformation-in-political-science-international-relations-vol-1/ Social Media Mis/Disinformation on Social Media Vol. 1:https://ctruth.today/2022/03/23/mis-disinformation-on-social-media-vol-1/ Stopping… Continue Reading “Ctruth Mis/Disinfo Bibliographies”

Mis/Disinformation General Works Vol. 1

Chadwick, Andrew, James Stanyer. “Deception as a Bridging Concept in the Study of Disinformation, Misinformation, and Misperceptions: Toward a Holistic Framework”. Communication Theory, Volume 32, Issue 1, February 2022, Pages 1–24, https://doi.org/10.1093/ct/qtab019 Culloty, E., & Suiter, J. (2021). Disinformation and Manipulation in Digital Media: Information Pathologies… Continue Reading “Mis/Disinformation General Works Vol. 1”

Mis/Disinformation on Social Media Vol. 1

Beskow, David M., and Kathleen M. Carley. “Future Geospatial Disinformation Campaigns.” The Cyber Defense Review, vol. 4, no. 2, Army Cyber Institute, 2019, pp. 131–38, https://www.jstor.org/stable/26843897. Dan, Viorela, et al. “Visual Mis- and Disinformation, Social Media, and Democracy.” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, vol. 98,… Continue Reading “Mis/Disinformation on Social Media Vol. 1”

Stopping Mis/Disinformation Vol. 1

This article contains links to other articles that deal with mitigating misinformation. It contains 19 entries that were published between 2019 and 2022. Vol. 1 Boman, Courtney D. “Examining characteristics of prebunking strategies to overcome PR disinformation attacks”. Public Relations Review, Volume 47, Issue… Continue Reading “Stopping Mis/Disinformation Vol. 1”

Disinformation/Misinformation Bibliography

This article contains some bibliographical information about disinfo and misinfo. It is useful for anyone interested in exploring what literature and research has been produced on these topics. For books: Worldcat: https://www.worldcat.org/search?q=disinformation&fq=dt%3Abks&dblist=638&qt=sort&se=yr&sd=desc&qt=sort_yr_desc Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/search?page=5&q=disinformation&qid=wiHMry5cbd&tab=books Bibliographies Here are the links to two annotated bibliographies on… Continue Reading “Disinformation/Misinformation Bibliography”

The Sin of Mislabeling

This article contains my thoughts on a quote I see from time to time in literature about forgeries. I offer my opinions about the merit and meaning of the quote and also my investigation into the history of the quote. If you have any… Continue Reading “The Sin of Mislabeling”

Defining Hoax

Hoax has been defined in many different ways. The definition which I find most useful and appropriate is “something created to temporarily deceive”. It differs from forgery in that a forgery is “something created to deceive forever”. “1796 (v.) “ridicule; deceive with a fabrication,”… Continue Reading “Defining Hoax”

Russian Active Measures

“The most powerful enemy can be vanquished only by exerting the utmost effort, and by the most thorough, careful, attentive, skillful, and obligatory use of any, even the smallest, rift between the enemies, any conflicts of interests among the bourgeoisie of the various countries… Continue Reading “Russian Active Measures”

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