bias


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Synonyms for bias

Synonyms for bias

an inclination for or against that inhibits impartial judgment

to cause to have a prejudiced view

to direct (material) to the interests of a particular group

Synonyms for bias

a partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation

a line or cut across a fabric that is not at right angles to a side of the fabric

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influence in an unfair way

cause to be biased

slanting diagonally across the grain of a fabric

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As a matter of politics, it may be smart strategy to complain about media bias when pressed to respond to hard questions about climate change, immigration reform, or the debt limit.
Earlier this year, Collective Bias rolled out social content ads to help influencers significantly increase content views to a highly targeted audience using its proprietary shopper data set.
While its arguments could offer more depth in places, Media Bias in Presidential Election Coverage, as a whole, presents one of our most comprehensive works on the subject.
1 percent were a result of bias against groups of individuals consisting of more than one race (anti-multiple races, group).
To improve a forecasting process you first need to eradicate bias and then you can attempt to reduce random variation.
Some of Goldberg's charges of bias were exaggerated or even baseless, such as his contention that the liberal media largely stopped covering homelessness in the Clinton years but put it back on the radar screen as soon as a Republican was back in the White House.
Simply being aware that we are prone to cognitive bias that could adversely affect diagnosis and management of patients is important and a significant step.
Cashin (1995) reports that generally speaking, students' ratings of faculty are reliable and relatively free from bias.
This sort of special treatment is illustrated by the notorious Jayson Blair, former reporter for The New York Times and the most public victim of guerilla bias to date.
There are advantages to using CRMs, since these have known stability and homogeneity, and additionally give an indication of bias with respect to international standards.
A statistical analysis of the data from a simple CIPM key comparison based on Assumption II requires one to account for the uncertainty that arises from the unknown bias in a combined result of measurement that is used as an estimate for Y.
Overall, the device eliminates the need for an on-board microcontroller and lowers post-trim manufacturing costs for bias and control applications.
bias crimes are measured against, but, at the time of its discovery and investigation, no act or specific guideline for investigating and classifying hate/bias crimes existed.
But the bias cannot be fully understood or even detected without first recognizing the revolutionary political agenda behind the bias.