Bias

IB English A: Language & Literature: Bias

Bias refers to language that supports an ideological position, either explicitly or implicitly. When we see subjectivity in pieces of writing that should be objective, we can claim that they are biased. When we see an imbalance between opposite perspectives in an article, then there is evidence of bias. Good journalism aims to avoid such bias. For example, an article in the New York Times once explored single...


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Comments 4

Martin Augustijn 6 November 2017 - 07:48

The link to "Biased Headlines" is dead...it leads me back to the main page. Has that lesson been removed or is the hyperlink not correct?

Tim Pruzinsky 6 November 2017 - 23:33

Hi Martin,

Can you please provide me with a bit more information? When I click on "Biased Headlines," it takes me to the correct page.

Best,
Tim

Jenna Chantler 8 November 2017 - 21:54

Is there another link to the ¨Biased Headlines¨ lesson available? It is sending me back to the home screen. Thank you!

Tim Pruzinsky 8 November 2017 - 23:27

Hi Jenna,

Thanks for letting us know. I've checked again and all is good on my end. It's sending me to the correct page linked here: thinkib.net

Best,
Tim


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