-Read the excerpt below from the Sept. 6 "CyberAlert" found at
-Read "Types of Media Bias" in the right column. Then answer the questions.

…network reviews of [Chief Justice William Rehnquist’s] career approached his views negatively from the left. Instead of saying he championed the rights of crime victims, religious expression and of treating all equally without regard to race, CBS reporter Jim Stewart fretted that “under Rehnquist, criminals found it hard to get multiple appeals in federal court. The line between church and state became more porous. Affirmative action became more difficult to implement.”…

To read the complete CyberAlert, click here.

Identifying Media Bias

To accurately identify different types of bias, you should be aware of the issues of the day, and the liberal and conservative perspectives on each issue.

Types of Media Bias:


Is the following excerpt an example of media bias by SPIN or OMISSION?

Scroll down to the bottom of the page for the answers.