The Rhetorica Network offers analysis and commentary about the rhetoric, propaganda, and spin of journalism and politics, including analysis of presidential speeches and election campaigns. This site features the Rhetorica: Press-Politics Journal web log, comprehensive news media links, a rhetoric textbook, a primer of critical techniques, and information for citizens. The character of Rhetorica represents the purposes and canons of classical rhetoric.  --Andrew R. Cline, Ph.D.

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Objectivity

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The O-word again...
Okay, one more grumble
News Hound
The facts-values dichotomy...
Verification: It's basic...
More on objectivity...
Tell (something like) the truth...
Interest and disinterest...
Interest and objectivity...
In want of theory...
Reporting the facts...
Onward rhetorical soldiers...
Three cheers for objectivity
Disturbing news...
The 100 years (bias) war...
It's a transactional universe...
Complex system...
He said, she said...
Bias and knowledge...
Objective schizophrenia...
Can you hear the buzz?...
The (journalistic) world as it is...
Journalism's state of confusion...
Passion and journalism...

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