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From the definition provided on the handout the word unbiased means that the virtues needed in determining justice ability to see both strengths and weaknesses in both sides argument no previous commitment or sympathy to one view over another wants a fact-based resolution of a dispute or of competing views So in other words no matter how good of an idea you pitch out to someone that is being unfair in the situation your words mean nothing to them They will just treat it as if they do not care Being unbiased in a situation that involves teams friends and many other situations just honestly doesnt make the situation any better for the people dealing with their problem at hand A perfect example of a person being unbiased between two sports teams would most definitely have to be the referee That is because they are the ones who are calling the penalty foul or even throwing the flag and all decisions made on the game field court or arena are left up to them To throw this in there I honestly hate referees because of the simple fact that if they mess up a few times a game they can cost a team that was playing fair throughout to lose the game they competed so hard in to winMe personally I have experienced a game like that because I played in a game like that I can remember the game like it was yesterday About this very time a year ago I was playing my senior year of high school football for Central Cabarrus and we were doing an excellent job as a team We were 4-0 heading into our first conference game against our rival Hickory Ridge Coming into this game I knew my team at the time was going to play clean and fair while they were going to play dirty and cheat their way to victory Little did we know that they
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