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MISINFORMATION POLICY IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

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This report on the ‘teaching of different forms of media literacy’ in sub-Saharan Africa, and their potential for reducing susceptibility to misinformation.

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This is one of four reports to be published by the University of Westminster Press.

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