News Media Bias Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

An analysis of the reliability of the news media in America.
# 87344 | 1,125 words | 2 sources | 2005 | US


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Description:

This five page paper examines news media bias. The paper argues that in recent years, the news media in the United States has become biased and self-serving to such an extent that they can no longer be trusted to be fair and objective. The paper specifically mentions media bias with regards to the Bush administration, Abu Ghraib, and government incompetence in regard to the economy, deficits, and the war in Iraq.

From the Paper:

"Our News Media: Reliable or Biased? In recent years, the news media in the United States has become biased and self-serving to such an extent that they can no longer be trusted to be fair and objective. The dearth of objective news coverage about pervasive Bush Administration deceit and corruption, Abu Ghraib and related torture scandals, and criminal government incompetence in regard to the economy, deficits, and the war in Iraq demonstrates that the news media can justifiably be accused of being a propaganda tool for the Republican Party and the corporate establishment. Since the early nineteen-nineties, the electronic news media has relentless promoted the Republican Party and the corporate establishment and denigrated their critics."

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