Example Of Media Perception Management

05 Oct

Here are two articles that deal with the same subject from different points of view. Both obviously have the agenda of their own point of view. The problem with the articles is that one is merely reporting more with facts, and the other is using emotive language with selective information in order to exaggerate findings to suit their point of view under the guise of reporting a study’s findings.

More varieties of sex please, we’re British 

Whatever the BBC say, Britain is still mainly white, Christian and straight

     If you only read the first article you would be left with the impression that Britain is radically changing into something completely different. However, if you compare with the presentation of the second article you can see it is all a matter of selective information and language to push you to believe in an otherwise misleading conclusion.

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Posted by on October 5, 2011 in Propoganda


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