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Articles by Petra McGillen

Petra S. McGillen is an assistant professor of German Studies at Dartmouth College.
“By the 1850s, the phenomenon was so widespread in Germany that it had become its own genre — the ‘unechte Korrespondenz,’ or ‘fake foreign correspondent’s letter,’ as people in the German news trade called it.”
As notícias falsas parecem credíveis porque recombinam pedaços de notícias, nomes, imagens, pessoas e locais que já vimos em contextos semelhantes.