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Fake news, fact-checking, and bias: Thoughts from TCC faculty

This guide is intended to serve you as a "toolkit" to help you evaluate fact from fiction, journalism from agenda

TCC faculty on fake news, bias, misinformation...

This page is an ongoing project where you will get to read about (or watch about) what your faculty here at TCC have to say about fake news, fact checking, alternative facts, bias,... If you think one of your instructors should contribute to this page (or you are an instructor who would like to), contact Melissa Adams, madams@tacomacc.edu

Judy Loveless-Morris - Sociology

Andrew Cho - Sociology

Steve Johns - Communications studies

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