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All of the following are possible examples of bias in the media EXCEPT: A. a news commentator spending 30 seconds describing the position of those who favor an issue and 30 seconds describing why
others oppose it B. events being slanted in a certain way in a news article to make the reader more likely to agree with the author about an issue C. unflattering photos of politicians being chosen and shown during a television story detailing their votes on a recent issue D. the disappearance of a rich white girl receiving a great deal of coverage, while dozens of poor minority girls disappear each month with no news coverage
All of the given examples illustrate possible bias in the media EXCEPT: A. a news commentator spending 30 seconds describing the position of those who favor an issue and 30 seconds describing why others oppose it.
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All of the given examples illustrate possible bias in the media EXCEPT: A. a news commentator spending 30 seconds describing the position of those who favor an issue and 30 seconds describing why others oppose it.
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