- Blend of manufactured and controversy. (Wiktionary)
“Quite simply, they created a 'manufactroversy' - a phrased coined by my colleague Max Bernstein, the strategy of creating a controversy where there isn't one.”
“My colleague Max Bernstein and I created a word to describe the right's strategy of creating a scientific controversy where there is none -- manufactroversy.”
“Do you roll your eyes about the "war on Christmas"manufactroversy?”
“Do you roll your eyes about the "war on Christmas" manufactroversy?”
“Sure, McCain has every right to question Obama's policies, his past statements and past votes, and even his past associations to the extent they are truly relevant and not a manufactroversy (i.e., a manufactured controversy).”
“NewsLadder. net that aggregates articles and blog posts about this manufactroversy and some other pretty famous ones as well.”
“A manufactroversy is when someone motivated by profit or ideology fosters confusion in the public mind long after scientists have moved on to the next set of questions.”
“Our dearly-beloved news media, always preferring a manufactroversy (i.e., manufactured controversy) to useful dialogue, has fanned the flames of this issue.”
“Now, there are great sites like this one, over 60 million blogs, aggregating tools like NewsLadders, and social networks - www. myspace.com/manufactroversy has almost 1,000 members in a week.”
“Every day, we are seeing how these tools and networks, platforms and applications are changing our world, and the proof is in the growing power of one made-up word: manufactroversy.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘manufactroversy’.
I like words. Mostly so I can use them as weapons.
Looking for tweets for manufactroversy.