Prize-winning journalist talks identity politics with YPU

Source: Yale Daily News - View Original Article
Published: Oct 07, 2020
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Bias Rating:

79% Conservative


Bias Score Calculation:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 79% Conservative:

  • 1 positive sentiment for Criminal justice


Policies:

Criminal justice

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98% "In our own crazy, mixed up, but still remarkably hopeful -- in my view -- history, we have the ingredients of our own improvement, ..."
95% "Page argued that the best of identity politics and American diversity can be found in cities.""
92% "Page said that he was inspired to pursue identity politics after witnessing a political leader denounce that very topic, although that politician had relied ..."
90% "At the Zoom event with 39 attendees, Page debated in the affirmative on the proposition all politics are identity politics.""
79% "In America, sooner or later, justice is going to happen.""
-64% "To support his idea that forming around identities is natural, Page gave the example of a story he had been told by a professor ..."
-83% "In an interview with the News, YPU President Jeff Cieslikowski '22 explained that they have been hosting debates in this format every Tuesday this ..."
-85% "I always tell this to freshman students: that it's okay to seek out people who were just like the folks you left back at ..."
-94% "Each contributes to the flavor of the pot and they never completely melt away.""
-97% "That's what university is supposed to be about.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

79% : In America, sooner or later, justice is going to happen."
98% : "Each [element] maintains its flavor...
98% : "In our own crazy, mixed up, but still remarkably hopeful -- in my view -- history, we have the ingredients of our own improvement," Page said.
95% : Page argued that the best of identity politics and American diversity can be found in cities.
92% : Page said that he was inspired to pursue identity politics after witnessing a political leader denounce that very topic, although that politician had relied on identity throughout his political career.
90% : At the Zoom event with 39 attendees, Page debated in the affirmative on the proposition "all politics are identity politics."
36% : To support his idea that forming around identities is natural, Page gave the example of a story he had been told by a professor who walked into a dining hall and saw how the students segregated themselves by race and gender.
17% : In an interview with the News, YPU President Jeff Cieslikowski '22 explained that they have been hosting debates in this format every Tuesday this semester.
15% : "I always tell this to freshman students: that it's okay to seek out people who were just like the folks you left back at home," Page said.
6% : Each contributes to the flavor of the pot and they never completely melt away.
3% : That's what university is supposed to be about."

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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