Conclusion: The Korean War

June 16, 2010

Conclusion

My main questions, at first, about the Korean War was what it was, generally speaking. After taking a look at the main timelines through research, I started looking into more in-depth articles with the help of my IDS instructor. By this time, I started looking into an article which critically analyzed the bias in textbooks (The main educational tool to influence a country’s people)

#2 This later led me into the research into how Wikipedia shows and fixes its bias as well. As shown in an earlier post, I came to a conclusion that this tool is quite neutral in its opinions and not the worst choice for research.

#3 In the end, what I gained from this experience was to read my materials and data gathered from exterior sources with a critical eye. My research abilities also improved as well as my ability to create projects and take what’s useful and apply them to other data. After this project, I feel much more motivated to do independent research in the future.

After this project, I feel much more motivated to do independent research in the future.My main questions, at first, about the Korean War was what it was, generally speaking. After taking a look at the main timelines through research, I started looking into more in-depth articles with the help of my IDS instructor. By this time, I started looking into an article which critically analyzed the bias in textbooks (The main educational tool to influence a country’s people). From this project, it showed just how much the media modifies information for the public without much notice.




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