Disinformation vs Misinformation with Cami Ryan | Over A Beer Podcast 042

2020 has brought us a flurry of confusing information online with regards to the coronavirus pandemic and the U.S. Presidential elections. It’s often difficult to understand what if truth and what is fiction. An important term to understand is disinformation (think documentaries such as Plandemic, or online election campaign propaganda) and how it is different from misinformation. So we decided to break things down with a social scientist to help us all get a better grasp on digesting information.

This week on the podcast, Carrie Mess (a.k.a. Dairy Carrie) and Ryan jump on Zoom for a virtual Over A Beer episode with guest, Cami Ryan, PhD, a social scientist with Bayer. If you haven’t already, you should subscribe to my podcast (RSS link) to listen to all previous episodes. You can find those episode show notes here.

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Podcast 042 – Disinformation in Agriculture

Cami Ryan, PhD recently published a paper (Monetizing disinformation in the attention economy: The case of genetically modified organisms (GMOs)) focusing on disinformation campaigns and their impact on agriculture and science conversations.

In episode 042 of the podcast, We discuss the impact these disinformation campaigns have on agriculture advocacy conversations. Cami also shares how agriculture advocates can be stronger communicators, not by sharing the facts, but by focusing on the relationship when it comes to these tough scientific topics.

Connect with Cami online to follow her latest insights on social sciences. Find her on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.

What do you think?

Listen to the podcast episode with Cami Ryan, PhD, a social scientist with Bayer. Then, let us know your thoughts on today’s discussion by dropping a comment below or chiming in on Twitter.

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Ryan Goodman works in grassroots advocacy with beef cattle farmers and ranchers across the United States. He is a proud alumnus of Oklahoma State University, with studies focusing on cattle reproduction and nutrition. Ryans
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