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A rejoinder to misleading articles about misleading media coverage: a case of COVID-19

A rejoinder to misleading articles about misleading media coverage: a case of COVID-19 ANATOLIA 2020, VOL. 31, NO. 3, 514–518 https://doi.org/10.1080/13032917.2020.1774999 REJOINDER A rejoinder to misleading articles about misleading media coverage: a case of COVID-19 Stephen Pratt School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, The University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji KEYWORDS: COVID-19 outbreak; misleading information; racism; censorship; media coverage Not surprisingly, with the outbreak of COVID 19 in the first half of 2020, scholars have raced to research or comment on how this global pandemic has impacted individuals, societies, and economies. Because of the global nature of the virus, international relations and politics have become important issues as the virus spread from country to country through international travel. Some of focus in dealing with the virus has been on the comparison of how nations deal with the virus as well as its origin and source. Hence, the way media in different nations have reported “facts” differs. While not new, post-truth politics and fake news have become a catch-cry of those who want to discredit those with different opinions (Gordon, 2018; Yee, 2017). This leads to the purpose of the rejoinder. The rejoinder responds to not one but two papers recently published in Anatolia: An International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Anatolia - An International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research Taylor & Francis

A rejoinder to misleading articles about misleading media coverage: a case of COVID-19

A rejoinder to misleading articles about misleading media coverage: a case of COVID-19


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ANATOLIA 2020, VOL. 31, NO. 3, 514–518 https://doi.org/10.1080/13032917.2020.1774999 REJOINDER A rejoinder to misleading articles about misleading media coverage: a case of COVID-19 Stephen Pratt School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, The University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji KEYWORDS: COVID-19 outbreak; misleading information; racism; censorship; media coverage Not surprisingly, with the outbreak of COVID 19 in the first half of 2020, scholars have raced to research or comment on how this global pandemic has impacted individuals, societies, and economies. Because of the global nature of the virus, international relations and politics have become important issues as the virus spread from country to country through international travel. Some of focus in dealing with the virus has been on the comparison of how nations deal with the virus as well as its origin and source. Hence, the way media in different nations have reported “facts” differs. While not new, post-truth politics and fake news have become a catch-cry of those who want to discredit those with different opinions (Gordon, 2018; Yee, 2017). This leads to the purpose of the rejoinder. The rejoinder responds to not one but two papers recently published in Anatolia: An International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research.

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2156-6909
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10.1080/13032917.2020.1774999
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ANATOLIA 2020, VOL. 31, NO. 3, 514–518 https://doi.org/10.1080/13032917.2020.1774999 REJOINDER A rejoinder to misleading articles about misleading media coverage: a case of COVID-19 Stephen Pratt School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, The University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji KEYWORDS: COVID-19 outbreak; misleading information; racism; censorship; media coverage Not surprisingly, with the outbreak of COVID 19 in the first half of 2020, scholars have raced to research or comment on how this global pandemic has impacted individuals, societies, and economies. Because of the global nature of the virus, international relations and politics have become important issues as the virus spread from country to country through international travel. Some of focus in dealing with the virus has been on the comparison of how nations deal with the virus as well as its origin and source. Hence, the way media in different nations have reported “facts” differs. While not new, post-truth politics and fake news have become a catch-cry of those who want to discredit those with different opinions (Gordon, 2018; Yee, 2017). This leads to the purpose of the rejoinder. The rejoinder responds to not one but two papers recently published in Anatolia: An International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research.

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Anatolia - An International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality ResearchTaylor & Francis

Published: Jul 2, 2020

Keywords: COVID-19 outbreak; misleading information; racism; censorship; media coverage

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