When we are reading or viewing stories, how do we know what sources, characters, and voices to trust? How do we know when we should be vigilant for the possibility of being misled? How do we determine when to read, listen, or view with, and when against the grain? And how could we use this knowledge to improve media literacy in the public sphere?
Exciting job opportunity for Tilburg University students (BA/MA) in Culture Studies, Philosophy, Cognitive Science & Artificial Intelligence or Communication & Cognition. Become a trainee in our 10-month research project ‘(Dis)Trust in Stories: An empirical-narratological study of readers’ response to unreliable narrators’. Apply before August 25: https://lnkd.in/egjSfGaW