This training will help participants analyse the information that they receive in a
neutral, objective way.
The first part of the course addresses the biases that we- news consumers ourselves have, and how these can condition our perceptions and distort our
understanding of the world. The second part focuses on media biases- misleading
information and prejudices passed on to us by other people.
Some of the themes covered:
– How our mind works
– How we process information
– Why we make mistakes
– What to watch out for
– Different types of media bias, along with real examples of each, taken from various sources.
– Analytical techniques and tools to detect and identify biased information
The course materials, activities, and exercises are all carefully tailored to participants’ specific interests and needs.
Course duration: approximately 14 hours, spread out over 3 days.
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