The Social and Epistemic Relevance of ‘Fake News’ in Cambodia

Fresh news is a popular Khmer-language online reports outlet which has emerged for Cambodia’s transfer to hegemonic authoritarianism. Its emergence has paralleled a government attack on budgets of independent media that enact the liberal democratic project. Clean News includes a particular sway in articulating, legitimizing, and seeking to craft support for the regime’s fresh notion of democracy, advertising an ongoing judicialization of mega-politics, and distributing a talk of ‘fake news’ that looks for to foster an epistemic shift.

Here, I use a great inductive ways to analyse the transcripts of formal selection interviews conducted together with the attendees of a day center and their experiences with reports. The outcomes demonstrate that ‘fake news’ is not merely a partisan political smear but an important component of the socially important dimension of sharing ‘news’. Attendants understand the ‘news’ they present to one another within their id simply because older people, and this leads to a feeling of belonging in their home life framework.

In light with this finding, We consider the implications within the broader cultural and epistemic significance on the post-truth second. In this impression, the term evokes more than just an era marked by an chafing of fact, facticity, and civility in discourse and public existence; it also alerts the break down of modern tasks of disciplining knowledge.

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