biasness

biasness

(ˈbaɪəsnəs)
n
an indirectness in speech or conduct
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Already, the history of judicial verdicts is not free of biasness.
Ms Karua through lawyer Gitobu Imanyara accused the Kerugoya High Court judge Lucy Gitari of biasness in her ruling dated November 15, 2017 in which she dismissed the petition.
Similarly like any survey, present study has relied only on self-report measures which may lead to biasness in data.
The word f-e-m-i-n-i-s-t itself perpetuates gender biasness and misandry.
Without any biasness, I would say, he is the best thing in the film," she added, while speaking to media at the HT Most Stylish Awards.
It will have a ripple effect on social and economic development for women; but its extent also depends on breaking down gender roles and biasness that may already be part of the fabric of local cultures and existing glass ceilings.
Ms Dambe-Groth also highlighted gender biasness as one of the challenges that women in the media industry faced.
Mailu wants a case lodged against him by a group of shisha smokers and importers dismissed, saying the ban was not actuated by ill motive or biasness, but rather the need to secure Kenyans health.
Illiteracy, feudal mind set, conservative society, limited options of earning, cultural barriers and gender biasness makes their lives miserable.
The book may be criticized for some ideological distortions, biasness and deficiencies in its content.
For instance, almost every actor of civil society, let it be a formal organisation such as NGO or an informal group, proclaim to be serving humanity without any discrimination, but biasness is vividly evident while they focus on issues or address a particular community.
All these participants were selected through purposive sampling technique were diagnosed independently by a psychiatrist and a clinical psychologist in order to control any biasness.