Media Bias Chart, 3.1 Minor Updates Based on Constructive Feedback - ad fontes media
So why is it time for another update to the Media Bias Chart? I’m a strong believer in changing one’s mind based on new information. That’s how we learn anyway, and I wish people would do it more often. I think it would lead to nicer online discussions and less polarization in our politics. Perhaps people don’t “change their minds based on new information” as much as they should because it is often framed more negatively as “admitting you are wrong.” I don’t particularly mind admitting I’m wrong. In any event, I’m making some minor updates to the Media Bias Chart, corrections, and improvements based on feedback I’ve gotten. The Media Bias Chart Updates Here are the changes for version 3.1. The middle column now says “Neutral: Minimal Partisan Bias OR Balance of Biases.” What has moved? I am writing a separate post that more specifically defines the horizontal axis and the criteria for ranking sources within them. I have moved Natural News from the extreme left to slightly right.
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