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    Identify a time when you were influenced by media bias in relation to a world event, or perhaps an event on a more local level. Explain why you think that the news media is polarized into various positions, and give an example of how media leaders influence their audiences.

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    Dear Student,

    Hi and thank you for using BrainMass. The solution below should get you started. In this particular task, you are being asked to provide an example of a personal experience in relation to media bias. There are quite a number of examples that you can use - simply anything wherein you were swayed to an opinion by virtue of the media bias. I suggest using this simple outline:

    1. The media bias/article - 100 words
    2. Polarisation - 100 words
    3. Impact of Media Leaders - 100 words

    This outline should yield 300 words which should cover what you need. All the best with your studies.

    AE 105878/Xenia Jones

    Media Bias

    I have always looked out for happenings and development in the Middle East since >I have family in the Forces and I worry if there will be destabilization in that region being that at some point in time, somehow, if America was called to action, then likely my loved ones might be drawn to serve in the conflict too. Additionally, I have always been wary of dictatorships and autocracies, especially because of the way that the Arab Spring has changed the face of the Middle East - governments in former dictatorships do not last long enough ...

    Solution Summary

    The solution discusses bias in the coverage of Syrian Conflict in relation to Assad's accused use of WMD on his own people and Obama's red line declaration. Resources are listed for further exploration of the topic.