There are so many information sources available nowadays that it might be challenging to sort out this whole information provided and figure out what is true and what is not? It is important to know who to trust, so evaluate all the provided information very carefully. That will help you to become more critical thinker and will save you from being misled snabblån.
First you need to understand what kind of content you are perceiving and what is a purpose for that. Are you looking at news article, opinion post, advertisement, comment or something else? Find out who produced this content and what is his purposes of doing that? For example, if it’s news article created by journalists, it should be true, because the job of journalist is to provide true information to the audience. If you are looking at personal post, it is probably true, but saturated with emotions and it is nonobjective. If its advertisement it might not be true, because the aim of commercial is to show something from better side and hide all the disadvantages. In short, knowing what exactly you are perceiving is important in understanding weather it is true.
Next thing you need to look at is the source of information. Anyone can say or write whatever they want and nowadays that can be passed by very easily. If there is no source stated, it is not reliable information. If there is source stated, you must eventuate reliability of this source. Remember that you need to get to the provenance of the information. For example, if there is some news agency stated as source of article, you must figure out who provided the information to the agency. Only then you can be completely sure about the information. And even then you must ask yourself – how do they know that? If there is no answer, you cat trust the information låna pengar utan ränta.
Then you should evaluate evidences. It is similar to source, but a bit different. Just like in case of source, you must understand how can they know its true? Actually it means how close the author of the information is to the event or object he is writing about. For example, if you find an article about medicine and the author is average high school student, probably the information cant be considered as too reliable. How can a simple student know something important about medicine? But if the source is research institute, it probably is true.
And the lat thing is personal intuition. Unfortunately, even with serious research about reliability of the information we can never be completely sure. There can be article with many references on serious researches carried out by bet scientists, but even that can be fabricated. Information can be misrepresent and perceived very convincingly. And also there can be opposite situation – someone without specific knowledge in certain field must somehow know more than others. So sometimes only thing you can relay on is your own intuition.
In short, reliable information usually have references on reliable sources such as news agencies, interviews, researches, etc., and it is independent. If there is no the interested parties on the provided information itself, it should be true. Otherwise there is little chance that information is reliable.