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When a tragedy occurs the world comes together to grieve as one for the ones that have been lost However with such a vast majority of people not everyones opinion or perspective is bound to match up In 1997 Princess Diana of Wales tragically died in a very public manner As assumed not only the press but also the family of the late princess made their own interpretations on such a heartbreaking event Not only does the biased influence the account given by the speaker but also the audience that they are trying to reach and whether they are reliable and give information that can be trustedWith such a tragic event any event at all really one cant help but only think of the good in people rather than their misfortunes Such as when Earl Spencer her brother gives his eulogy to Diana he says Diana was the very essence of beauty He goes on to explain that she was a kind of godlike human that did not have to be as kind as she was but was His relation with his sister affected his view both on how she herself was and more so since she has passed Likewise Queen Elizabeth gives a moving speech and thanks all the people who have showed kindness and mourning However Queen Elizabeth focusses more on Prince William and Prince Henry Dianas children since she herself would be closer to them Unlike the Queen and Earl Spencer BBC and Wikipedia would seems to be less biased since the people reporting the information were not so closely related or affected by the misfortune of Princess Dianas passingSimilarly the audience trying to be reached by the speaker can influence the speech BBC Radio has to make sure that they are politically correct and manage to get the correct information However BBC is not very concerned in keeping everyone happy In contrast Queen Elizabeth has to be very careful of what
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