Bias conclusion and they believe it to be

Bias
can be defined as an inclination towards a particular perspective even when
there are other options available. It can also be considered as a partiality
towards a single perspective.

 

The
types of bias in communication are

 

·     
Availability
Cascade: the idea of people is that when they believing something enough, that
perspective will given the first priority. So different people will have
different believe in different things which will be given priority according to
them.

 

·     
In-group
Bias: When members in a group have a particular information and believe it is
right they all come to a common conclusion and they believe it to be correct.

 

·     
System
Justification: When a information is from a system based place we tend to
believe it more. So as the systems positions keeps rising we believe in it
more.

 

·     
Out-group
Bias: When one group have a thought that they are more superior and informative
than the other groups present.

 

All
these biases lead to people inclining towards a single perspective and it is
bad for the organization. To control Biases in our writing we have to follow
certain things like

 

·     
Objectivity
in which writers can be too sympathetic and leads to bias communication.

·     
Sensitivity
in which language is the barrier.

·     
Gender-Neutral
Pronouns Policy.

·     
People-First
and Identity-First Language Policy.

 

Critical
thinking helps us to identify the bias in things which we read and see. Some
critical thinking abilities are

 

·     
understanding
the logic between ideas.

·     
construct
and identify arguments.

·     
solve
problems systematically.

·     
Identify
the ideas which are important.

 

Without
critical thinking we wouldn’t be able to identify the biases in the things
which we read and see. So critical thinking is very important to know whether
we agree or not with someone.