1. Introduction to the Special Issue on Fake News: Definitions and Approaches
  2. Tom Mould
  3. pp. 371-378
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  1. Fake News vs. "Foke" News: A Brief, Personal, Recent History
  2. Russell Frank
  3. pp. 379-387
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  1. Rumors of Our Deaths: Fake News, Folk News, and Far Away Moses
  2. Stephen D. Winick
  3. pp. 388-397
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  1. "Fake News" in the Contemporary Legend Dynamic
  2. Bill Ellis
  3. pp. 398-404
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  1. Alternative Health Websites and Fake News: Taking a Stab at Definition, Genre, and Belief
  2. Andrea Kitta
  3. pp. 405-412
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  1. A Doubt-Centered Approach to Contemporary Legend and Fake News
  2. Tom Mould
  3. pp. 413-420
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  1. Respecting the Smears: Anti-Obama Folklore Anticipates Fake News
  2. Patricia A. Turner
  3. pp. 421-425
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  1. Blaming the Polish Plumber, Blaming the French Voter: Bogeys and Attributions of Belief in Liberal Politics
  2. Dorothy Noyes
  3. pp. 426-434
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  1. Veyshnoria: A Fake Country in the Midst of Real Information Warfare
  2. Anastasiya Astapova, Vasil Navumau
  3. pp. 435-443
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  1. Believe Me, I'm Joking: The Dialectics of the Legend and the Dialectics of Humor
  2. Moira Marsh
  3. pp. 444-450
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  1. Pretend News, False News, Fake News: The Onion as Put-On, Prank, and Legend
  2. Ian Brodie
  3. pp. 451-459
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  1. The Bowling Green Massacre
  2. Timothy H. Evans
  3. pp. 460-470
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  1. Never Remember: Fake News Turning Points and Vernacular Critiques of Bad Faith Communication
  2. Diane E. Goldstein
  3. pp. 471-481
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  1. #CRISPRfacts, Gene Editing, and Joking in the Twittersphere
  2. Leah Lowthorp
  3. pp. 482-492
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  1. "My friend posted it and that's good enough for me!": Source Perception in Online Information Sharing
  2. Lynne S. McNeill
  3. pp. 493-499
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  1. "Fake Vets" and Viral Lies: Personal Narrative in a Post-Truth Era
  2. Kristiana Willsey
  3. pp. 500-508
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  1. Information about Contributors
  2. pp. 509-511
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