Video: Yale University Professors Discuss Facts, Fiction, and the Media
On Nov. 9, the Poynter Fellowship at Yale hosted “Truth in the Internet Age,” a symposium in which journalists, professors, and students debated and discussed the problems of finding and presenting accurate information in modern media. The symposium, which was held the day after the 2016 presidential election, featured interviews with Yale professors Laurie Santos (psychology), John Dovidio (psychology), Tamar Gendler (psychology and philosophy), and Tracey Meares (law) about what their respective academic fields have to say about these issues.
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