Disinformation and society
Building Block E
A participatory process is a sequence of participatory activities (e.g. first filling out a survey, then making proposals, discussing them in face-to-face or virtual meetings, and finally prioritizing them) with the aim of defining and making a decision on a specific topic.
Examples of participatory processes are: a process of electing committee members (where candidatures are first presented, then debated and finally a candidacy is chosen), participatory budgets (where proposals are made, valued economically and voted on with the money available), a strategic planning process, the collaborative drafting of a regulation or norm, the design of an urban space or the production of a public policy plan.
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What is the impact of disinformation emotionally and collectively?
- Can reflect on the influence and impact of disinformation on society and one’s personal situation.
- Knowledge about historical fake news and their impact
- Knowledge about different levels of impact of disinformation
- Knowledge about the diversity of emotions that fake news can provoke at an individual and collective level
- Critical thinking
- Communicating acquired learning through visual formats
- Curious about historical disinformation cases
- Empathetic on the diversity of emotions that disinformation can provoke
- Cooperative to mount an exhibition about disinformation
How to best use
The past section fits into history subjects and the present section into sociology subjects.