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Passing on and Forgetting


We have more information at our fingertips today than ever before. However, we don't all have the same level of knowledge. Depending on where we get our information, we understand the world from a certain perspective. Because of the decline of local news and the rise of globalized digital media, we sometimes know more about world events than about day-to-day local politics.
A lot of knowledge exchange takes place on the Internet and on social media, where we are all exposed to algorithms, interest bubbles and “fake news”. Our knowledge – and thus the basis for our decisions – still depends on our circumstances, our environment, and the media landscape.

How is your knowledge formed?

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