Gatekeeping und News Bias: Kirsten Petzold
Gatekeeping und News Bias:Akademische Schriftenreihe Kirsten Petzold
News-Bias in der Medienberichterstattung über Stuttgart 21? Eine Inhaltsanalyse der Berichterstattung der überregionalen Tagespresse:1. Auflage Evgeni Aleksandrov
News-Bias in der Medienberichterstattung über Stuttgart 21? Eine Inhaltsanalyse der Berichterstattung der überregionalen Tagespresse: Evgeni Aleksandrov
Bias in News translation: Mahdi Aslani
Uncovering Bias in the News: Duchess Harris
Is media bias keeping us from getting the whole story? If so, who is at fault? Is it the liberals who are purported to be running the newsrooms, television and radio stations of this country, duping an unsuspecting public into mistaking their party line for news? Or is it the conservatives who have identified media bias as a rallying cry around which to consolidate their political base? The media has become so large and so pervasive in our lives that regardless of exactly where on the ideological fence you sit, the question of media bias has become all but unavoidable. What Liberal Media? confronts the question of liberal bias and provides a sharp and utterly convincing assessment of the realities of political bias in the news. In distinct contrast to the conclusions reached by Ann Coulter, Bernard Goldberg, Sean Hannity, and Bill O´Reilly, Alterman finds the media to be far more conservative than liberal. The fact that conservatives howl so much louder and more effectively than liberals is one big reason that big media is always on its guard for ´´liberal´´ bias but gives conservative bias a free pass. After listening to What Liberal Media? you will understand that the real news story of recent years is not whether this newspaper, or that news anchor, is biased but rather what extent the entire news industry is organized to communicate conservative views and push our politics to the right - regardless of how ´´liberal´´ any given reporter may be. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Eric Alterman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/000404/bk_sans_000404_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Bias vs. Objectivity in News Reporting:A Critical Discourse Analysis of Different News Representations of the Second Palestinian Intifada (September 2000-March 2004) Shahenda Bahaaeddin