Study Set Content:
1- Flashcard


A noise - a hole - a speech 

A discovery – a journey – a note – a different – a suggestion – a choice – fun of

Arrangements – a mistake – trouble- a promise – a fire

An effort – friends –the bed

Money- fortune –available for

Achievements – a phone call

Click To Flip the Card
2- Flashcard


Homework- well- a survey

An operation- a hobby-a job

Washing – housework- a quiz

His best- a project= repairs

Business- a report- a favor

Research- something- exercise

Irony- cooking-judo-an activity

Exam –test- shopping- washing

Crossword- the laundry

Click To Flip the Card
3- Flashcard

Bias by spin

 spin occurs when a story only has one interpretation of an event or policy

 the reporter gives subjective comments about objective facts making one ideological side look better than another

to identify this type of bias, look for which perspective a news story matches liberal or conservative

Click To Flip the Card
4- Flashcard

Confirmation Bias:

 also called confirmatory bias or my side bias, is the tendency to search for, interpret, favor, and recall information in a way that confirms one’s beliefs or hypotheses, while giving disproportionately less consideration to alternative possibilities.

Click To Flip the Card
5- Flashcard

Bias by omission

 leaving one slide out of an article, or series of articles, over a period of time this can happen with one story or a series of stories as the news outlet reports one set of events, not another. Be aware of liberal and conservative perspectives on current events to find this type of bias.

Click To Flip the Card
6- Flashcard

Bias by labeling

there are two types of labeling- one in which one side of the political spectrum is given an extreme label which is the other side is not addressed with a label or given a more meld label.

the other type is when one side is given a label and the other is identified as an expert or independent group.

 when looking for this type of bias remember labeling in and of itself is not bias, it's when one side is labeled and the other is marked

Click To Flip the Card
7- Flashcard

Bias by story selection

 a pattern of highlighting news stories that agree with the agenda of the left or right and ignoring the other side.

 to identify this bias one needs to be aware of both the left and the right perspective

Click To Flip the Card
8- Flashcard

Bias by placement

 story placement is a measure of how important the editor considers a story.

 many people only read the headlines and therefore only see the larger stories.

 to identify this type of bias, look for rare newspaper places political stories

Click To Flip the Card
thumb_up_alt Subscribers
layers 8 Items
folder English Category
0 Reviews
Share It Now!