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Stereotype
A fixed image of a group of people, by which you apply the same characteristics to all the members of the group.

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Framing
Media presents a subject from a particular angle and so influences the way people think about it.

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Frame of reference
All the knowledge, experiences, norms, values and customs you possess, the 'glasses' through which you see the world and filter information.

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Selective perception
People never receive information objectively, ''you see what you want to see'' and ignore opposing viewpoints.

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Reading questions 'the problem with real news'




  • What does Rob Wijnberg mean when he argues that real news is an even bigger problem than fake news? 
  • Do you agree with his argument? Why (not)?
  • How does De Correspondent try to solve the problems Rob Wijnberg identifies?  

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Feedback media analysis
  • Add heading/front page with title, names, class
  • Add a bibliography (cite all sources!)
  • Add the articles in appendix! 
  • Use full sentences/paragraphs and clear structure
  • Show me what your mean: POINT - EXAMPLE (use quotes and images!) - EXPLANATION (link to theory)

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