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SS.7.CG.2.9: Analyze media and political communication (bias, symbolism, propaganda).

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    Information can be presented in a way that is favors one perspective (“bias”), advocates a clear point of view or action (“propaganda”), or presents images to serve as information shortcuts (“symbolism”).

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