Media bias evidence

This is a list of research that documents bias in much of the mainstream media, usually to the right wing of the political spectrum. I hope this will be a useful resource when forming arguments. It is listed by research institution then subject. LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY 2015 GENERAL ELECTION http://blog.lboro.ac.uk/crcc/general-election/media-coverage-of-2015-general-election-report-1/ 2017 GENERAL ELECTION http://blog.lboro.ac.uk/crcc/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2017/05/general-election-2017-media-analysis-report-1.pdf https://blog.lboro.ac.uk/crcc/general-election/media-coverage-2017-general-election-campaign-report-2/ https://blog.lboro.ac.uk/crcc/general-election/media-coverage-of-the-2017-general-election-campaign-report-3/…

Fact checking guide

Forget Snopes or C4 Factcheck, you don’t need those, just a little bit of wherewithal. (although they are useful for corroboration). This guide is far from exhaustive, and may contain innacuracies; it is a starting point. There are already many guides out there that have a slightly different focus depending on context of the news….