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One of the most encouraging findings was that biased managers did not display any animus toward minority workers.
But Republicans who think that the media are biased against them might want to consider a striking empirical finding: Whatever their beliefs, political partisans have long tended to see, and to complain loudly about, media bias.
Thus, the author emphasizes that it is unreasonable to conclude that particular news stories and media generally are biased, simply because people claim they are.
Using an autorouter in these conditions makes sense; however, autorouters are biased and NSEW escapes are not compatible with layer-biased autorouting.
Murdock, who represents local resident and airport opponent Justine Turner, claimed Rew was ``openly hostile and biased against air park opponents'' during commission hearings.
Physicians are not immune from biased thinking any more than they are immune to disease.
Although Cashin (1995) believes that students' ratings of faculty, generally speaking, are reliable and relatively free from bias, McKeachie (1997) opposes them and suggests that students' ratings can be biased by variables other than teaching effectiveness.
Jon Stewart of "The Daily Show" agrees with Sinclair Broadcasting that the reading of the names of approximately 700 Americans who have died in Iraq on ABC's "Nightline" was biased against the administration of President George W.
First, supervisors find unbiased memos more persuasive than negatively biased memos when both memos conclude that the client's preferred position is not appropriate.
Did the offender use biased oral comments, written statements, or gestures?
For all the technologically produced and overdetermined media constructions of knowledge that are spatially biased (represented especially by the television documentary Tom is ordered to make), Stations argues for a balance with the temporal by both insinuating and insisting upon oral forms of expression.