0428 - Final exam JOURNALISM 405 History of American...

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0428 PowerPoint 1 JOURNALISM 405 History of American Journalism April 28, 2011 Final exam • REMINDER: The final will be in this room from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Friday, May 6 • It is cumulative with an emphasis on what we’ve covered since the last test, which is inherently cumulative in itself U.S. news bias debates • Usually partisan or liberal-conservative focus Liberal bias: Journalists are against power, don’t respect tradition, flaunt authority, are socially liberal Conservative bias: Journalists are tied to and indebted to power, markets Your views Journalists are ______ the general population in the United States. 2011 2008 Much more conservative than 0% 2% Slightly more conservative than 9% 5% Politically the same as 30% 32% Slightly more liberal than 43% 47% Much more liberal than 17% 11%
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0428 PowerPoint 2 Your views The U.S. news media consistently present a … 2011 2008 Strong conservative bias 0% 3% Slight conservative bias 13% 23% Little or no bias 34% 20% Slight liberal bias
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