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Example Articles- Media Analysis Exercise
The following articles are examples of contrasting perspectives/bias for the topic of Turning Point USA. Students analyzed these and then shared how they assessed/evaluated them.
Group 3: Professor Watchlist
Group 4: Charlie Kirk/TPUSA
Fake News Handouts & Class Slides
Powerpoint slides used for the student workshop.
ENGL 1H/2H Guide
Visit the class guide to see materials from the full series of classes in Dr. Serviss' ENGL 1H/2H course.
Partisan Bias, the Media, and the Constitution
Linked below are the media bias grid the workshop drew on and the interview used to introduce the workshop.
News Quality Grid
The creator of this grid, an attorney named Vanessa Otero, explains: “The categorization of news as simply ‘real’ or ‘fake’ is too simplistic; there are different ways in which news is good or bad.”
News Quality- V. Otero's Blog
Read Vanesso Otero's blog post sharing a little more about the chart she created and why.
If Confirmed, Would Neil Gorsuch Rule Contrary To Trump's Policies?
Fresh Air interview with legal expert Jeffrey Rosen. The clip used in the workshop is toward the end of the interview (around minute 25 if you'd like to fast forward).
A-Z Database List
Browse the complete list of databases available through the SCU Library by subject, type, or vendor.