The first mention of fake news comes from the seventeenth century. Newspaper duck — this is what they call false, falsified and unverified information distributed in the media. According to one version (and many of them), the occurrence of the expression is associated with an anecdote of the Belgian journalist Cornelissen, who once published quite seriously, as if a scientific message, an anecdote about the greed of ducks. Some scientist chopped, say, a duck into small pieces and gave “for breakfast” to other nineteen ducks.
More than 70 kinds of children’s magazines and newspapers are featured in the Ukrainian press. At the moment, they are able to satisfy even the most demanding readers. Such presses most clearly and in a special way respond to events occurring in society, has always been and remains one of the main communicative channels through which the child receives information of different content and form. There are no exceptions to television broadcasts, which eventually rallied in full-fledged television channels for children.
Ukraine and immigration processes in Ukraine began to attract the attention of scientists and researchers from their origin. Basically they were all the same immigrants who, being in new surroundings, were able to study the phenomenon of emigration “from the inside”. At the stage of building a legal sovereign state Ukraine becoming increasingly important processes in the public life of the Ukrainian people in the country and abroad.