Deconstructing our dominant, elitist notions of "credibility"
We've been taught to value certain types of information more than others, but it's time to question these evaluations—which are rooted in institutional biases.
What if our dominant measures of “credibility” have just become a facade to mask our institutional biases and systemic injustices?
Here's an overview of what I cover in this thought piece deconstructing ‘credibility’:
How mass media filters skew public perceptions of reality;
The limitations of western science and the institutional biases behind what recei…
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