Son 20 yılda bilişim teknolojilerindeki gelişmelerin etkisiyle sosyal medya, haber duyurusu ve takibi için özellikle mobil cihazlardam sıklıkla kullanılmaktadır. Bu durum, üretilen bilgi sayısında da büyük bir artışa yol açmıştır. Dünya genelinde, sosyal medyadaki bilgi/haber paylaşımı yapan sayfaların, sayılamayacak kadar çok bilgi veya haber paylaştığı düşünüldüğünde, erişildikten sonra doğrulanması gereken birçok haber kaynağı bulunmaktadır. Sosyal medyadaki bilgilerin yayılımında, herhangi bir doğruluk filtrelemesi işlemi bulunmamakta ve dolaysıyla doğruluğu ispatlanamayan haberler kitleleri çok kısa bir süre içinde etkileyebilmektedir. Günümüzde sosyal medyada, kullanıcılar tarafından bu tür bilgilere yönelik "gerçeklik kontrolü"nün yapılması önem arz etmektedir. Çalışmada, Oxford Sözlüğü’nün 2016’da yılın kelimesi olarak seçtiği “gerçek-ötesi” kavramının sosyal medyada nasıl karşılık bulduğu araştırılmaya çalışılmıştır. “Gerçek-ötesi”, “sahte/yalan haber”,“doğru bilgiye erişim” ve “sosyal medya kullanımın yayılması” gibi anahtar kelimeler kullanılarak; Bilgi ve Belge Yönetimi, Yönetim Bilişim Sistemleri ile Medya ve İletişim literatüründeki uluslararası veritabanlarından ve dergilerden yayınlara erişilmiş ve içerik analizi gerçekleştirilmiştir. Çalışmanın sonunda, bu tür haber ve bilgilerden kaçınmada çeşitli stratejiler geliştiren kurumların uygulamalarına yer verilmiştir.
Due to the developments in information technologies in the last 20 years, social media is frequently used especially for mobile devices for news announcement and follow-up. This has led to a large increase in the number of information produced, too. Considering information/news sharing pages on social media around the world and sharing/posting too much information or news, there are many news sources that need to be verified after accessed. There is no accuracy filtering process in the dissemination of information on social media and therefore, unverifiable news can affect the masses in a very short time. Nowadays, it is important that users check the reality of such information in social media. In this study, it is tried to investigate how the post-truth concept which the Oxford Dictionary has chosen as the word of the year in 2016 in social media. By using keywords such as “post-truth”, “fake/false news”, “access to accurate information” and “the diffusion of social media use” in the literature of “Information and Records Management”, “Management Information Systems” and “Media and Communication” in international databases and journals; content analysis was performed. At the end of the study, the implications of the institutions that developed various strategies to avoid such news and information were included.
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