Debunking Conspiracy Theories

Many people in this Internet age believe “conspiracy theories” — assertions contrary to facts established by eyewitness accounts or authenticated documents.  How can professional communicators persuade people not to believe conspiracy theories? Some of these theories go to the heart of critical thinking, and the need to develop such skills.

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