This Research Guide focuses on bias in mass media coverage of news and current events. It includes concerns of sensationalism, allegations of media bias, and criticism of media's increasingly profit-motivated ethics. It also includes examples of various types of sources coming from particular partisan viewpoints.
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Newspapers (editorial position)
Liberal: New York Times, Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post
Conservative: Wall Street Journal, New York Post, Washington Times
Non-Partisan: Christian Science Monitor, Chronicle of Higher Education
Liberal: The Nation, Harper's, The Progressive, Monthly Review, Mother Jones, Dissent, American Prospect
Conservative: National Review, The American Spectator, The New American, The American Conservative, The Weekly Standard
Libertarian/Independent: Dissent, Reason, Skeptical Inquirer
Non-Partisan: Newsweek, Time, U.S. News & World Report, Business Week, New Republic
Liberal: Politics and Society, Science and Society
Conservative: The National Interest, Policy Review, The Public Interest
Libertarian/Independent: The Freeman, Liberty
Non-Partisan: Public Opinion Quarterly, The Washington Quarterly, Foreign Affairs, Wilson Quarterly
The content in this box is taken from Phil Poggiali's Libguide -- Liberal, Conservative, and Non-Partisan Periodicals: http://libguides.pace.edu/partisanperiodicals