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Web Savvy -- General Guide: Quiz -- Questioning Covid

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Bias -- Questioning Covid

Please enable pop-ups on your computer so you can see the answers to this quiz. Because evaluating web pages is a matter of judgement and critical thinking, this some of this quiz involves reflection. Please provide explanations with your answers and read the answer explanations to see how yours compare.

And NONE of the links below are endorsed by Eileen H. Kramer or Georgia State University.

Let's start with Questioning Covid. Begin by reading the paragraphs above and below We Believe.

Germ Theory the New State Religion If you have time, you can also watch the first five minutes of The Germ Theory: The New State Religion. The link is near the end of the first group of videos. There is a pretty good chance YouTube might pull the video. Hopefully Questioning Covid will update the link.

In what way is Questioning Covid a biased site?

Now let's take a second look. The We Believe paragraph is full of a lot of unfamiliar words that you may have only half-understood. This can happen when a writer is speaking in code to an alraedy-converted audience or if they want to sound important. Two words, health freedom have a definition worth learning. You will need to login with your userid and password to read the definition. Please take a look if you can

Also please visit several of the video presenters. Notice that they have books, community memberships, and other products or services for sale. Presenters who are also authors include: Kelly Brogan (Scroll about half way down the page to see her three titles), Sayer Ji, Barre Lando, and Dr. Tim O'Shea who is the author of the video above. These medical experts are very much entrepreneurs.

In addition to what you thought above. In what other way is Questioning Covid biased?

Finally, now that you've taken a deep dive into Questioning Covid, do you think that you could use it as a source in a paper?