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FASD and media - Vilnius conference
Transcript of FASD and media - Vilnius conference
FASD and media
by Lauri Beekmann, NordAN
People tend to believe what supports and justifies their own life choices.
When we take the balanced journalism where both sides, conflicting opinions, have to be heard and we add to that people's underlying convictions based on their own life choices, we see that majority side with "it cant be that harmful" approach.
The term connotes that evidence establishes a particular point to a moral certainty and that it is beyond dispute that any reasonable alternative is possible. It does not mean that no doubt exists as to the accused's guilt, but only that no Reasonable Doubt is possible from the evidence presented.
Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
"Problem" with balanced and neutral journalism.