Journalists' Perception of Bias

Henningham, John (1995) Journalists' Perception of Bias. Australian Journalism Review, 17 2: 28-31.

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Author Henningham, John
Title Journalists' Perception of Bias
Journal name Australian Journalism Review
Publication date 1995-01-01
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Volume 17
Issue 2
Start page 28
End page 31
Subject 400101 Journalism
Abstract Bias is largely in the eye of the beholder. Popular understandings of bias at one extreme run to the view that any favourable coverage whatsoever of the party you oppose, or any quoting of criticism of your favoured party, is a form of bias. Survey data gathered last year (1994) shows for the first time how journalists see the leanings of the major news media.
Keyword Bias
Political leanings
News media

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