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Individual: Creative Thinking /Due 04/29/12 Suppose you are a newspaper columnist who will address in the next editorial blog of your...
Individual: Creative Thinking /Due 04/29/12 Suppose you are a newspaper columnist who will address in the next editorial blog of your newspaper's website, the same topic in the Detecting Media Bias assignment. I chose the story of Hillary Clinton Partying in Puerto Rico. Three questions to answer w/150 min words. 1. How might you use the strategies for applying creativity to problems and issues in addressing this topic. 2. How might you use the strategies for promoting curiosity in addressing this topic? Why do you think these strategies might be effective? 3. How might you use the various methods for producing ideas to eliminate the bias from the original article and still present a factual and persuasive case?
HUM 111 Detecting Media Bias
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