language bias

language bias

The tendency for editors and readers to pay greater attention to scientific studies reported in English than to those studies written in other languages.
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Language bias the greatest albatross THE suggestion that the Welsh Assembly should pay for free entry into the Eisteddfod is an admirable one.
Some online tools already exist which attempt to identify or eliminate language bias; the Gender Decoder was launched in 2011 which allows individuals to upload documents to alert them to gendered word use; similarly Eploy launched a review of language that goes beyond gender bias and works across a number of inequalities.
If we want science to have an impact that is evenly dispersed among the European population, the unfair language bias must be removed.
The history is very much focussed on the USA and the UK which probably reflects the English language bias of modern history; having said that Lame does include information boxes and statistics from around the world.
However, we have been getting a few complaints on language bias which is rather unfortunate as this was an Indian show and music doesn't have any barriers."
There is a substantial body of evidence pointing to the importance of thorough and prespecified search strategies involving multiple databases to locate relevant studies and minimize the potential for publication and language bias [2].
The findings show that it isn't simply language bias that holds some of us back and lifts up whites.
Firstly, the search was limited to studies in English, which could lead to a possible language bias. The methods of dietary assessment, largely through food frequency questionnaires, may be sources of great variability and accuracy in assessing food consumption.
Since the beginning, the people who worked to build the web have tried very hard to avoid a cultural or language bias. Today we can share knowledge to enhance our individual cultures.
Any debate that puts forth language bias arguments and issues of equity and egalitarianism to downplay the need for a minimum level of basic skills, cannot, but be flawed.
Hundreds of students staged a protest outside UPSC office, demanding scrapping of CSAT which they claim is resulting in a ' language bias' against aspirants coming from Hindi and rural backgrounds.