By: Turks (Trevor Curran)
First of its Kind
Watching the trailer to 1915, the bias is reliving the past of the Armenian Genocide. There is a play going to be done that relives it. But while that goes on a girl is actually reliving the whole thing. there is a Turkish soldier standing with them at all time. it shows how the Armenians had no freedom and they just want justice.
The other bias I found was leaning toward the Armenians searching for refuge after the murdering of over 800,000 of there people. It is reaching towards the American people to help raise money to help these survivors.
I believe in the trailer there is Historical criticism being used. With the 100 year anniversary happening a week and a half ago, the Turks still haven't confessed. A play is being done to show what happens and it brings up memories from stories being told. Seeing the people protest with signs and yelling "justice" just shows the Turkish are selfish and can't admit to what they have done.
The article also uses historical criticism. This criticizes the feeble attempts by the Turkish Government by "apologizing" for the "greater catastrophe" to all of the Armenian people. This is signifying that the Turks still do not recognize the genocide as a genocide.
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"Armenian National Institute -- Stuck in 1915." Armenian National Institute -- Stuck in 1915. Web. 4 May 2015.