It’s based on a sample size of 21, uses old wive’s tales and has no peer review.
on asking others to explain themselves for free
TL;DR: I’ve made a new Facebook profile designed from the ground-up to be an effective tool for me to use as a journalist.
Writing in iPolitics, Paul Adams criticizes not polls, but reporters who don’t understand polls. Part of it is reporters who ignore the margin of error, reporting on polls showing a “clear winner” rather than a possible winner, but maybe not, because there’s a margin of error: “If you look at the final polling forecast from […]
” Indigenous people, I’m afraid, haven’t rated very highly on that unspoken hierarchy. Canadians evidently do not consider Indigenous people proximate — and the less proximate the subject, the more indifferent the audience.”
If you hear a woman is missing, does it make you care more, or less, to discover she’s Indigenous?
Here’s a story about being a white guy in Canadian media.
“At the moment I thought it was kind of a joke, then I stepped in your shoes, that’s when I kind of realized that it all was not a joke at all. That’s your career — obviously it’s also your body and you have complete control of that and without anyone else’s consent, they do not have the right to do anything to anyone.” Good for him. He […]
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission wants journalists to understand Aboriginal peoples. Here’s where to start.
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