People read articles everyday, but they do not recognize that bias is being used to alternate their opinion. Readers are easily blinded by bias within print media because journalists are very good with blending the bias into their articles. Although bias is detectable, some types of bias are well disguised and hard to point out. Print media uses certain types of bias that can persuade a person into reading the article that may not concern
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as Maclean's , The Toronto Star , and The Globe and Mail are some examples of demonstrating how these biases are being used. Statistics and crowd counts present an estimated amount of people or things. Bias by word choice and tone is used to influence the readers opinion. Bias by omission leaves a person unaware of the other story. When all these types of biases are evident, the article may not seem what it appeared to be.