Infodemia w pandemii. W kierunku infodemiologii

Katarzyna Materska

Abstrakt


Infodemic in the Time of a Pandemic: Toward Infodemiology

The purpose of this paper is to present a preliminary concept of an infodemiological approach to solving information problems that carry, and are likely to carry, emerging and as yet unknown threats. The analysis of the pandemic, infodemic, and related misinformation was limited to the sphere of issues related to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus pandemic and the disease caused by it, termed, according to the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) recommendations, COVID-19. The research was conducted using the desk research method and critical analysis of scientific literature. Infodemic was presented as a context of behaviour of information prosumers, and factors of information users’ susceptibility to disinformation were indicated. Key actions to support “information resilience” to disinformation during the COVID-19 pandemic are outlined with examples from the WHO, European institutions, the European Digital Media Observatory (EDMO), and fact-checking platforms. The “infodemiological” approach – innovative on the ground in Poland – certainly requires further research and in-depth analysis.

Słowa kluczowe


cognitive errors, misinformation; fact-checking; infodemic; infodemiology; information disorder; information resistance; information users; information behaviour

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