Lecture_13_Media_Bias

Lecture_13_Media_Bias - Learning Objectives: After this...

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Learning Objectives: After this lecture, you will be able to: 1. Describe the process by which Groseclose and Milyo measured media bias. 2. Identify three important findings in Groseclose and Milyo’s study: A Measure of Media Bias 3. Describe the Hostile Media Phenomenon. 4. Identify three factors that trigger the Hostile Media Phenomenon 5. Identify three important findings in Gussin and Baum study: In the Eye of the Beholder Lecture 13 1. Bias in the media: A. Evidence of partisan bias 1) Perceptions of partisan bias based on those involved in the news production process a) Washington-based journalists (1998) 1
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(1) Social policy (2) Economic policy b) Most media outlets owned by large corporations (1) Social policy? (2) Economic policy: 2) Perceptions of bias based on content of news coverage a) Method of Inquiry: Content analysis (1) Non-academic analyses: (a) http://www.mediaresearch.org/ i. Evidence of liberal bias (b) http://mediamatters.org/about_us/ i. Evidence of conservative bias 2
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