Media Literacy Training Reduces Perception of Bias

Vraga, Emily K.; Tully, Melissa; Rojas, Hernando
September 2009
Newspaper Research Journal;Fall2009, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p68
Academic Journal
Researchers found those exposed to a media literacy presentation were less likely to perceive a story on a controversial issue to be biased.


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