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- Q 1/18Score 0Which article shows a negative bias?29The article about Hilary ClintonThe article about Melania TrumpBoth articles are negative
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- Q1Which article shows a negative bias?The article about Hilary ClintonThe article about Melania TrumpBoth articles are negative30s
- Q2Is there a difference in bias between these two articles?No. There is no bias in these images.Yes, the article on the left uses word choice to create a negative bias.Yes, the article on the right uses images to create a negative bias.Yes, the article on the right uses extremely emotional words to create a negative bias.30s
- Q3What bias does this article show and how?The article shows no bias.The article shows negative bias using image choice.The article shows negative bias using word choice/connotation.The article shows negative bias using word choice/connotation and image choice.30s
- Q4What is true about the bias indicated in these Newsweek covers?Both use images and words/connotations to create contrasting biases.The right cover uses images and words/connotations to create a bias.The left cover uses image and words/connotations to create a bias.Neither cover is biased.30s
- Q5Analyze the bias in these stories.The two stories have no bias because they are the same story.The use of words/connotations creates a more negative bias in the Fox News story than in the Fox News Latino story.30s
- Q6The underlined word creates _____________ bias.positivenegativeno30s
- Q7The use of images and words/connotations as well as naming and titles create what bias here?PositiveNo biasNegative30s
- Q8The image, words/connotations, and naming/title here creates what kind of bias?PositiveNegativeNo bias30s
- Q9What bias is evident in the text in this screenshot of a video feed?A negative biasA positive bias30s
- Q10Which headline shows the least amount of bias?Joe Biden selects Kamala Harris as his running mate.Biden settles for controversial Kamala Harris as his VP hopeful.Former Vice President announces Senator Kamala Harris to be his powerful running mate.30s
Choose the best definition for the word bias.
Having strong opinions for or against someone or something.30s
In this class, we learned the 5 c's of criticalUsers re-arrange answers into correct orderJumble30s
Which of these are the 5 c's we learned about that help us analyze what we see online?
Content, credit cards, conscription, collaboration, and camtasia.
Context, credibility, construction, corroboration, and comparing
Context, credit cards, conscription, corroboration, and comparing.
Content, credibility, construction, collaboration, and creativity.30s
The background information needed to make sense of a post or other content.
Authority or professionalism that makes content more trustworthy and believable
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