What is subjectivity?
In your own words please, can you explain the meaning of subjectivity and what a subject is?
Subjectivity is one's opinion based on experience(s) or bias; whereas, objectivity are facts or a subject's non-bias opinion!
The subject is whatever is being discussed or presented.
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