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rebecca1233

  • 2 years ago

A radio news reporter uses the following words in her report about the president: "powerful," "dignified," and "capable." What can you infer about the reporter based on her word choice? She is expressing her bias in favor of the president. She is expressing prejudice against the president. She is using logical fallacies in her news report. She is plagiarizing another reporter on the air.

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  1. rebecca1233
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    She is showing bias because those words give positive connation ..not neutral ... since its positive it wouldbe in favor ..so first one

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    I agree, the first one makes a lot of sense based on her word choices.

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