News Writing (EL 227)


28 Oct 2005

It Ain't Necessarily So (Ch 4 & 5)

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Proxies...Everbody uses them.
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It's Like Looking at a 3-D Picture
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Aims of the Text - It Ain't Necessarily So, Ch 4 & 5
Excerpt: Since we began reading this book, there has been lots of discussion about the biases of the authors and complaints that they bash journalists and make complaints, but don't offer any solutions. I totally understand the reasoning behind these accusation...
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Half full or half empty
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Taking the good with the bad?
Excerpt: From page 90 of It Ain't Necessarily So: "What really did happen in the mortality statistics between 1980 and 1992? In fact, the news was both good and bad. The good news--ignored in the coverage of death increases from infectious...
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Proxies and Statistics
Excerpt: After reading chapters 4 & 5 of It Ain't Necessarily So, I was very pleased to note that the authors seemed a little less biased towards reporters and scientists and more critical of the way standard research is being conducted....
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Not doing homework
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