How can people check whether a piece of information is correct or not?
I think the best way to fact-check a piece of information is to look at multiple sources. For example, when you are not sure if some news is true or not, you can check the news from different mediums, like news shows, online news outlets, and even social networks. When all the sources report an affair similarly, you can tell the news is true. Otherwise, you shouldn’t believe it completely.
What kinds of jobs need to convey information to the public?
Off the top of my head, I would say that jobs in the media require conveying information to the public. Take journalists as an example, whether it’s news from all over the world or just local politics, journalists are responsible for keeping the public in the know. They help spread important news, including local emergencies and anything that might put people in danger. Other jobs in the media, like news reporters and even magazine writers, also do this work.
What’s the difference between giving information by phone and by email?
Well, I suppose calling someone is faster. For example, if you want to do an interview with someone, it’s probably better to call them so you can get their answers in real time. But email is more effective. Compared with phone calls, you can usually send a lot more information over email. When you have things written out, they can be spread around more easily. And you can also share information with a lot of people simultaneously by sending a mass email.
Why are some people good at delivering information while others are not? (Why can some people deliver information accurately?)
I suppose that some people are good at delivering information because they are detail-focused and responsible. To spread info accurately, you have to have a good memory so you don’t mess any of the details up. You also have to avoid tampering with the truth in any way As for those who can’t pass on information accurately, I guess they aren’t good at it because they forget the details, or they add their own bias.
Do people trust the information online?
Yes, most people trust information they find online. Nowadays, so much important information is spread online that people usually take it at face value. It depends on what they’re looking for, though. You can usually get up-to-date news when you check the internet. But at the same time, there’s a lot of fake news going around. So it’s always best to double-check and look at more than one source.
Where do people usually get information from?
People usually get information either online or from other people. If they want to know something about a certain subject, they’ll probably just search for it on the internet. Or they can ask the people around them. Not as many people get information the old-fashioned way, by going to a library or reading a newspaper. Plus, even though news is still broadcast on TV, a lot of people just google what’s going on because it’s so easy to access the internet nowadays. Actually there are less and less people solely receiving news and information through traditional mediums.
keeping the public in the know
in real time
have things written out
sending a mass email
mess any of the details up
avoid tampering with the truth in any way
add their own bias
take it at face value