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- Presupuesto $10 - $30 USD
- Total de ofertas 11
Descripción del proyecto
Provid 3 pages about the following:
1. CHOOSING MEDIA SOURCES
News media bias is most profound when news media sources take on very specific political perspectives. Yet, most Americans choose only news media sources that match their own political perspective. This creates what many call “the echo chamber.” For this assignment, you must choose two news media sources with very different perspectives. There are several political perspectives; the two most common are conservative and liberal. It is up to you to figure out the political perspective of the sources you are considering. (Here's a link to help get you started: [url removed, login to view] Note: left-leaning = liberal; right-leaning = conservative.) There are several formats from which to choose your sources; these include print (newspaper, magazine), radio, television and the internet. You may choose your sources from any combination of these formats (i.e. two internet sources OR one television source and one internet source).
2. YOUR TOPIC:
3. DETECTING BIAS
You will then critically analyze, by comparing and contrasting, how your two news media sources relay the information concerning the topic you have chosen. You MUST use this site to help explain main areas of analysis/BIAS [url removed, login to view] Choose a MINIMUM of 2 main points of bias from this site and use these to develop an in-depth analysis of just how biased your sources are and how these biases affect you AND our political process. Support these points! When looking for specific examples to support your points, look for both verbal and non-verbal clues. Look at the visuals, the headlines, catchy or loaded words/phrases, placement of article, whether each side (or various sides) are discussed, look at the length devoted to each side. Look to see if names, events, places, organizations, etc. are explained in depth (i.e. is there enough background information to understand the topic). Re-read or re-listen to the articles/broadcasts/websites. Look for even the most subtle factors that might affect the reader/listener. The deeper your analysis, the better it will become (and the higher your grade!).
4. WRITING YOUR ASSIGNMENT
Your assignment should be well-constructed, should support a strong thesis and should logically lead to your conclusion
Your assignment should begin with an introduction that states your topic, news media choices and your thesis. This introduction should be clear and concise, but no longer than 1 paragraph.
The body of your assignment should be an analysis constructed around the 2 or more points (biases) you have chosen to use to analyze your sources. Be sure that you
introduce the main point, (i.e. "bias by omission")
explain it in your own words, ("bias by omission means that......")
support it with specific examples from BOTH of your news media sources (cite your sources)
and explain how/why the source is biased and how it affects the reader/listener.
Be sure to use (and quote/cite) specific examples from your news media sources to support your points of analysis. You should not use any additional sources or your own opinion for this portion of your paper.Obtén cotizaciones gratis para un proyecto como este
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