• clamin
PLEASE HELP!! MEDAL!! Can you define this as your own words?? please.thank you 1.Bias by omission 2. Bias by selection of sources 3. Bias by story selection 4. Bias by placement 5. Bias by labeling 6. Bias by spin
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Bias by omission: Ignoring facts that tend to disprove liberal or left-wing claims, or that support conservative beliefs. Bias by the selection of sources: Including more sources in a story who support one view over another. This bias can also be seen when a reporter uses such phrases as "experts believe," "observers say," or "most people think." Bias by story selection: A pattern of highlighting news stories that coincide with the agenda of the Left while ignoring stories that coincide with the agenda of the Right. Bias by placement: A pattern of placing news stories so as to downplay information supportive of conservative views. Bias by labeling: Attaching a label to conservatives but not to liberals; using more extreme labeling for conservatives than for liberals; identifying a liberal person or group as an "expert" or as independent. Bias by spin: Emphasizing aspects of a policy favorable to liberals without noting aspects favorable to conservatives; putting out the liberal interpretation of what an event means while giving little or no time or space to explaining the conservative interpretation. Credits: Hope this helps!! :)
  • clamin i dont conpletely understand the bias of placement, bias by labeling and bias by spin
Bias of placement: Making certain events seem less than what they really are as to not offend others' views. Bias by labeling: Making one seem more "extreme" than another. Bias by spin: Majorly covering only one side of a story, while leaving the other side in a weaker position.

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