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Payne-Mora 1 Tricia Payne-Mora Robin Harill English&102 # 3568 May 25, 2015 Annotated Bibliography: Informed Citizens Can Avoid Biased Journalism 5 Easy Ways to Avoid Bias in Journalism. HubPages. Hub Pages, 2011. Web May 23, 2015 Summary: This source gives me information on different ways readers can avoid being influenced by bias in the media they are exposed to. In a quick article, they divulge five different ways to be aware. Assessment: Though this source is similar to a blog, and not especially creditable, it is useful in my specific research question. I intend to use this article as a jump off point for the base of my paper. Reflection: This source is one which will really help me outline my paper. I see the main points in this article as the bones to my paper. These five way to avoid bias in the media will not be my only source used, but will especially assist me in keeping my topic narrow and my research on track.
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Unformatted text preview: Baker, Brent. "Media Bias. Student News Daily Media Bias . Student News Daily, 2005. Web May 23, 2015 Summary: In an article written by Student News Daily, there is information pointed out to readers that go over different forms of bias. In this article, eight different forms of bias are identified, exposed and explained. Assessment: When I write my paper, I intend to show readers ways to influence themselves based off what they read, rather than allowing what they are reading to influence them. Reflection: I will use this source to keep my topic the main point. My topic states that with proper information, you can read bias journalism in an objective way. The best way to do that would be to be informed about the different forms of bias....
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