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== Examples of Conservative Style ==
  
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The style of a conservative often includes these characteristics:
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* Portrayal of an issue as if all viewpoints on the matter could clearly be classified in one of two ways (e.g. someone is either "  pro-[[abortion]]" or "anti-[[abortion]]")<br>
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* Demonizing all negative traits as "[[liberal]]" in some form
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* Generalizing [[liberals]] as one group with the same view<br>
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* A belief that any and all problems can be solved with [[conservative]] values<br>
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* Labeling any [[scientific]] study contrary to a [[conservative]] point as [[liberal bias]]
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* Blaming larger societal problems on specific minorities such [[Homosexuals]], [[African-American|African-Americans]] or Mexican-Americans
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* Appealing to "truth" or "accuracy" when accused of not providing a balanced depiction of an issue

Revision as of 05:35, 16 June 2008

Examples of Conservative Style

The style of a conservative often includes these characteristics:

  • Portrayal of an issue as if all viewpoints on the matter could clearly be classified in one of two ways (e.g. someone is either " pro-abortion" or "anti-abortion")
  • Demonizing all negative traits as "liberal" in some form
  • Generalizing liberals as one group with the same view
  • A belief that any and all problems can be solved with conservative values
  • Labeling any scientific study contrary to a conservative point as liberal bias
  • Blaming larger societal problems on specific minorities such Homosexuals, African-Americans or Mexican-Americans
  • Appealing to "truth" or "accuracy" when accused of not providing a balanced depiction of an issue