Online Disinformation Workshop

June 28, 2021 - June 30, 2021
Università degli Studi di Bologna

Via Zamboni 38
Bologna
Italy

This will be an accessible event, including organized related activities

Main speakers:

Universita' degli Studi di Pavia
University of Birmingham
Università degli Studi di Genova
University of Padua
University of Leeds
University of Connecticut
King's College London
University of Bologna
(unaffiliated)
University of California, Irvine
Uppsala University
Universita' degli Studi di Pavia
University of Hong Kong
Cardiff University
University of Venice
(unaffiliated)

Organisers:

(unaffiliated)
University of Padua
Universitat de Barcelona
University of Bologna
Università degli Studi di Bologna

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Day 1 (28)

14.45-15 CEST: Opening greetings

Chair: Filippo Ferrari

15-15.50 CEST: Michael Lynch: Social Media, News-Sharing and Bald-Faced Lies

16-16.50 CEST: Alessandra Tanesini: Arrogance and Anger on Social Networking Sites 

Chair: Neri Marsili

17-17.50 CEST: Joshua Habgood-Coote: Google Search, White Ignorance, and the Social Epistemology of Algorithms

18-18.50 CEST: Filippo Ferrari, Sebastiano Moruzzi: Post-Enquiry and Disagreement


Day 2 (29)

Chair: Sebastiano Moruzzi

15-15.50 CEST: Eliot Michaelson, Jessica Pepp, Rachel Sterken: Journalistic Relevance and Relevance-Based Knowledge Resistance

16-16.50 CEST: Fabiana Zollo: Polarisation, misinformation, and hate: Investigating social dynamics with online data

Chair: Giorgio Volpe

17-17.50 CEST: Michel Croce, Tommaso Piazza: In Defense of a Non-Doxastic View of Fake News Proliferation

18-18.50 CEST: Hedvig Ördén: Securing Judgement: Rethinking Security and Online Information Threats


Day 3 (30)

Chair: Neri Marsili

15-15.50 CEST: Lisa Bortolotti: Conspiracy theories and delusions

16-16.50 CEST: Giulia Napolitano: The Collective Dimension of Conspiracy Theories

Chair: Francesco Bianchini

17-17.50 CEST: Eni Mustafaraj: The five S-s of the digital communication evolution and their relationship to our information disorder

18-18.50 CEST: Selene Arfini: Which actions does ignorance afford online? Understanding misinformation as an action-based relation

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June 30, 2021, 1:00pm CET

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