3 Nov

Item 1:

  1. Source:
  2. Type of bias: Assumption.
  3. Analysis:

Looking at the picture, each one may has a different way of assuming what the picture is about. If we see the picture overally, we will think it is the image of a vase which dwells in the picture. Meanwhile, if we look over the photo in details, we will find out there are two resembling faces in opposite sides.

=> What we see depends on the our perception.

Item 2.

1. Source:

2. Type of bias: assumption.

3. Analysis.

In the 2nd picture,  the creationist’s method is drawing the facts from the conclusions.

Item 3:

1. Source:

2. Type of bias: Stereotype.

3. Analysis: A hermit must be austere. A star must be beautiful and fashionable. A young boy must be excited. Thta’s what we stereotype people.


5 Responses to “Hoangthilehang_entry3”

  1. duongthithuhuong November 3, 2011 at 4:34 am #

    In my opinion, you do not meet the requirement of this entry. we need identify and analyze example of stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination and scapegoat in real life.
    You should revise the kinds of bias before choosing the example because the items you select are unsuitable

  2. daothihongnhung November 3, 2011 at 11:47 am #

    I think that your 1st item is not suitable in this entry. I agree with Hương that you should chose something in real life to indicate bias.

  3. lythithuy November 3, 2011 at 1:29 pm #

    I agree with Nhung that your 1st item is not suitable. Becauce it is an art work and it is not a bias itself. What we see and find out from it depend on our creation and imagination.

  4. nguyenhuyenmy09e24 November 4, 2011 at 2:02 am #

    In my opinion, the 1st ietm is not a kind of bias, it just show different ways in considering something
    it is also better if you show clearly the kind of bias and analyze a little more detailed

  5. hoangthilehang November 4, 2011 at 3:13 am #

    I do not agree with your comments, Huong. You can not say that my entry does not meet the requirements just because the items I selected are not of real life, as you supposed. From my perspective, the items here are art work or cartoons but they all reflect real life, for they all convey some messages from real life. For example, in the 2nd item, you can see the creationists often have a very strange method in which they might draw the facts from the conclusions. The author’s aim here is to show creationists’ bias about the facts they deduce from conclusions. This kind of people exist in real life, do not they?
    I agree with My and other people that my 1st may not suitable for the entry. In fact, there is just a little something related to assumption we can find here, it depends on the way we see an object.

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