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Bias by headline

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Natasha Murta

on 11 March 2015

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Bias by headline
Bias by headline
Some headlines can be deceptive. Their main point is to grab attention. Many people skim by the articles and the headline is what grabs their attention. The picture here describes that because when the reader will see the headline and think the place...
Different Forms
Most headlines and titles have two types of ways to grab the readers attention. The two forms are: pictures and interesting font.
Examples
The article on the right would probably attract more people, because of the larger font, and because of the image. The title will attract people who were affected by the accidents and those who usually snowmobile in Quebec.
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by: Natasha, Imani, Matthew
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