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Media Bias

   

Definition: Media Bias is the act or tendency of journalists and organizations producing news to present information in a way that favors or promotes a particular perspective (or not). The reason for it is typically political, ideological, social, or religious.
The influence of media bias on the public agenda refers to the impact it has on shaping what issues, topics, and perspectives are considered important and worthy of public attention. Media organizations play a significant role in determining which stories receive coverage, how they are presented, and the extent to which they are discussed. This, in turn, can shape the public's perception of what is happening in the world.


   
   
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