Living in the digital age certainly has its advantages but presents challenges to the basic principles of integrity, honesty, and truthfulness. Media bias can be detected by reviewing the list of trending and widely discussed topics shared by media outlets. The news presented can often be identified as leaning towards one of the three political spectrums: right-wing, left-wing, or center. The infiltration of political bias within the media influences public opinion.
JOHNSTON, TAMMY PARKER and Humphries, Veronika
"Media Influence through What Is Reported and How It Is Reported,"
Southern University College of Business E-Journal: Vol. 17:
3, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.subr.edu/cbej/vol17/iss3/1