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Liberal, Conservative & Non-Partisan Periodicals

The purpose of this guide is to provide information and resources on the role of news and magazines and how to evaluate them for bias.

About this Guide

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Welcome to the Liberal, Conservative & Non-Partisan Periodicals Research Guide!

The purpose of this guide is to provide information and resources on the role of news and magazines and how to evaluate them for bias. For questions on the guide, please contact librarian, Jessica Kiebler at jkiebler@pace.edu. 

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The Information Timeline: How Is Media Created?

How does the information timeline impact the bias, perspectives or accuracy of a source?

The video below describes how the timing of information creation and how facts can be used or skewed throughout this process. (Video starts at :46 seconds)

(Video Credit: "Information Timeline and Types of Sources" by SCCC Library)