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MC 1. Select an article from within the last month that expresses political opinions or commentary. 2. Write a one-paragraph summary and analysis of the article, including specific examples from the article that demonstrate specific media bias. Identify at least one example as agenda-setting, framing, priming, or selection bias. 3. In a second paragraph, write a thesis that responds to the prompt, referencing your article as evidence. 4. Post your written response to the 04.04 The Media discussion. 5. Respectfully respond to at least one peer's original post, and to at least one peer who comments on your original post. Follow the guidelines for civil discourse . 6. Submit your three posts and a link to your news article to your instructor. Americans make up a large and ideologically diverse audience that is rapidly increasing its demand for media and political communications. This has led to debates over media bias, the impact of media ownership, and the impact of partisan news sites. Articulate a defensible claim or thesis on whether media analysis and commentary influence political views.
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