A Quick Tutorial on Debunking Propaganda Images on Twitter

A Quick Tutorial on Debunking Propaganda Images on Twitter
2019-12-12 Paliscope

A Quick Tutorial on Debunking Propaganda Images on Twitter

Twitter is ripe with propaganda, and what better way to gain sympathizers or spread false messages than to share a provocative or enraging photo with the world?

In this quick tutorial, we’ll look at an example to illustrate just why it’s so important to think critically about images posted on Twitter before passing judgement—especially when they are attached to a controversial topic, person or issues of humanity.

TRIGGER WARNING: Bombing, blood, child, death, war
This tutorial contains sensitive images that may be upsetting or trigger a negative mental or physical reaction.

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