posted by Tisha Skipwith .
I need help with locating biased and fallacies in this transcript: Could you please help me?
Campaigner: There is only one man who can rid the politics of this State of the evil domination of Boss Jim Gettys. I am speaking of Charles Foster Kane, the fighting liberal, the friend of the working man, the next Governor of this State, who entered upon this campaign --
Kane: with one purpose only: to point out and make public the dishonesty, the downright villainy, of Boss Jim W. Gettys' political machine -- now in complete control of the government of this State! I made no campaign promises, because until a few weeks ago I had no hope of being elected.
Now, however, I have something more than a hope. And Jim Gettys -- Jim Gettys has something less than a chance. Every straw vote, every independent poll shows that I'll be elected. Now I can afford to make some promises!
The working man -- The working man and the slum child know they can expect my best efforts in their interests. The decent, ordinary citizens know that I'll do everything in my power to protect the underprivileged, the underpaid, and the the underfed!
Well, I'd make my promises now if I weren't too busy arranging to keep them.
Here's one promise I'll make, and boss Jim Gettys knows I'll keep it: My first official act as Governor of this State will be to appoint a Special District Attorney to arrange for the indictment, prosecution, and conviction of Boss Jim W. Gettys!
I believe bias information is in the first sentence regarding the campaigner because it seems as if he is is using political bias and being a stereotype. The next sentence is the working man and the slum child seems biased I just don't know which kind. The decent ordinary citizens seems to be age bias I think. As far as the fallacies go scapegoating (fallacy) is in the first sentence when Kane starts to speak. the next sentence when he talks about Jim Gettys has less than a chance
You wrote, "I believe bias[ed] information is in the first sentence regarding the campaigner because it seems as if he is is using political bias and being a stereotype."
You haven't indicated what words in that first sentence indicate bias or stereotype.
Your second sentence gives no specific information either.
Your third sentence makes no sense; how do the words "decent ordinary citizens" indicate an age bias?
Your fourth sentence seems odd since Kane is not mentioned in the first paragraph. I also think you need to read up on what the different fallacies are.
Read the website article carefully, and be sure to read about ALL the different fallacies and how to find them -- links in the right-hand column.