Ren Qiao; Tommy Leonard*, Willy Tanjaya
Abstract: This article examines the relationship between truth and science from an epistemological perspective and the laws related to the media and information literacy from an information literacy perspective (MIL). The MIL’s laws are reflected in the structure of the product. Criticism is first presented, followed by a specific social context; the international community’s response is accompanied by recent research on reading room and MIL laws; and finally, issues of space, people who read, employees, and mutagenesis are discussed to open the concept to other interactants that enhance the conversation. It is concluded that the experimental knowledge is neither entirely objective nor utterly worthless; it must be viewed as a social construct. In addition, rather than pretending to remove our prejudices, it should be disclosed them to rebuild a fresh faith in science, firmly putting the information neutrality paradise in the past.
[ FULL TEXT PDF 1-4 ] DOI: 10.30566/ijo-bs/2021.special.18