Information Disorder, Part 3: Useful Graphics

By Claire Wardle

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Jul 9, 2018 · 2 min read

These high-resolution graphics were created to help explain information disorder. They are available for use in publications and presentations under a Creative Commons license. Click the description of each image to download it.

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Figure 1: 7 Categories of Information Disorder. Credit: Claire Wardle, 2017. Download here.

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Figure 2: 3 Types of Information Disorder. Credit: Claire Wardle & Hossein Derakshan, 2017. Download here.

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Figure 3: 3 Elements of Information Disorder. Credit: Claire Wardle & Hossein Derakshan, 2017. Download here.

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Figure 4: 3 Phases of Information Disorder. Credit: Claire Wardle & Hossein Derakshan, 2017. Download here.

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We work to protect communities across the world from harmful information.

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We work to protect communities from harmful information, sharing tips and resources to build resilience and improve access to accurate information.

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Written by

We work to protect communities across the world from harmful information.

First Draft Footnotes

We work to protect communities from harmful information, sharing tips and resources to build resilience and improve access to accurate information.

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