Media Bias assignment Week 3
Making critical evaluation is essential to understanding the underlying facts from media. The Travyon Martin & George Zimmerman case was well known issue in today’s society. Many news stations displayed Travyon depicted as an innocent boy and Zimmerman as a ruthless individual. The media facts were concerned with the entertainment and not the facts; it seemed like each news station was investigating the truth of story, but promoting Zimmerman as a prejudice blood thirsty killer. The Media used bias to depict each individual Travyon and Zimmerman, depending on the news station the media can make anyone seem like the villain in child’s story, the question to ask one’s self is this fair? There have been so many inaccurate information in the new media who can keep track of the assumption and misleading information; some of the information cannot place the ...view middle of the document...
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Week 3: Detecting Media Bias
Content and Development 5 points | Points Earned 4/4 |
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350- to 700-word paper that clarifies the importance of making critical evaluations of news stories and addresses the following:Was the reporting of the news story clear and accurate, with sufficient depth and breadth?Were some facts reported and other facts ignored?Did the story consider alternative perspectives and worldviews?Were there any questionable assumptions implicit in the story?Were any implications ignored while others were emphasized?Why is it important to make distinctions when undertaking a critical evaluation? | Student shared details supporting the importance of making critical evaluations using course readings along with critical/creative thinking skills. |
Mechanics 1 Point | Points Earned 1/1 |
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Formatting is consistent with Associate Level Writing Style Handbook guidelines.Appropriate tone is used.Sentences are complete and clear.Spelling is correct. | Please continue to use the Writing Style Handbook to ensure that all components for your paper are completed.Please continue to use the spelling and grammar checker before submitting your assignment. |
Due date: 6/10/2012Total 5 Points | Paper submitted on time- No= partial credit paper was submitted one day late, as result a 10% penalty was deducted from final grade. Points Earned: 4.5/5 Points deducted: 0.5 |
Overall Comments: John your assignment indicates that you were able to use valuable information to complete the task using your critical thinking skills. Nice job…Please do your best to submit your assignments by the due date. |