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Transcript of Journalism
Journalism can never be silent.
Bias in the Media
The People's response
The News Should Be Censored
The News Should Be Honest
"We know from social science that children do best with a mom
In 2011 the Islamic state attempted to attack Fort Knox."
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US Joins Forces with al-Qaeda in Syria
Wednesday, May 6th, 2015
Should the news be censored or truthful?
Often times news sources aren't valid
After researching the topic, discovered that most people shared my opinion. The government should not withhold information from the public.
29% of people on debate.org thought media should be censored to "protect their children"
While the other 71% said no, the news should not stifle people's right to the truth
I know you may think everything you hear on the news is true but sometimes corporate businesses or the government restrict the information you receive.
Many people rely entirely on the news to understand what's going on in the world. If the news lies and withholds information from the public, the people have no valid source to turn to
It is not feasible to let people or companies produce media that is harmful to others. It should be regulated because people are not killed over an opinion.
By definition, bias means prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another