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Jill M.
Academic Reference Librarian of 10 years.
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Subject: Library and Information Science

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Evaluating information is an important part of Information Literacy. In the past few years we have heard a lot about "fake news." What is fake news?

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Fake news is biased or unverifiable information.

Subject: Sociology

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Which sociological theory proposes that people in society battle over scarce resources like money, power, and prestige and who was the founder of that theory?

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Conflict theory, which Karl Marx is considered the father of.

Subject: Psychology

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Explain the bystander effect and give an example discussed in your textbook.

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The bystander effect occurs when a person is held back from intervening in an emergency or helping a victim, because of the presence of others. An example is the murder of Kitty Genovese, in front of 38 bystanders, none of which intervened or called police.

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