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    sense of humour – on how I do my job, basically, Whereas women are quite often judged on what they’re wearing or how their hair is. Women, they wear the wrong colour and they get pulled up.” Stefanovic told an interviewer. In interviews following press releases of films, tv shows etc. the male actors in the show are asked deep, intriguing questions about their roles whereas women are asked shallow, pitiful questions about ‘how they lost weight for the role’ or ‘if they’re seeing someone’ In an interview following the release of Avengers Assemble, Scarlett Johannsen was asked if “She was able to wear undergarments under her costume” to which she replied with a disappointed look on her face “You’re like the fifth person that’s asked me that today” It’s not even only actresses as well, many female politicians are asked questions that have nothing to do with their campaign. Recently, Hillary Clinton was asked “What designers she preferred”. In conclusion the objectification is stopping women from progressing in life, if all that people are worried about is their dress sense and looks, women should be able to wear whatever they want and shouldn’t feel like they have to dress only to impress men, although if that’s what they want to do it’s their choice. The media is degrading women and it has become such a normal part of life that hardly anyone notices anymore, they haven’t had it any other way. It is because the media portrays women as objects, not subjects, even good men,…

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    Politics: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (225)1. The first Civil Rights event to be examined would be Affirmative Action, since it offers equal opportunity employment for minorities as a way to prevent dissemination in the workplace. In the early 1960s, Affirmative Action was first implemented by President John F. Kennedy through "Executive Order No.10925" to ensure that minorities would not be discriminated against in the predominantly white workforce. Social responsibility in terms of…

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    13-to 52-week interims, print endorsers, are USA Today's most steadfast clients (Ferrell and Hartline, 2014, p. 320). The chance of utilizing innovation in the present economy has negatively affected USA Today (p. 323). For example, people who have the paper conveyed to them, print endorsers, are USA Today's most steadfast clients (p. 320). Nonetheless, as innovation progresses, customers have the chance to get to news electronically and the quantity of print supporters keeps on diminishing (p.…

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    Executives with USA Today have faced an increase in expenses while their print readership has seen a steady decline over the years since the initial printing on September 15, 1982. Founders hoped to develop a product that would make news pleasurable to the public, while providing an informative media for business and political leaders nationwide. While the paper was originally geared towards providing printed paper editions to loyal subscribers at home and in stores, the internet and social…

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    Is College Worth the Money? Imagine telling a student who just graduated from college that you have wasted four years of hard, stressful and even worse, expensive work. Unfortunately, in this cynical society today, the world isn’t just full of competitors, but it’s full of greedy money-grabbing businesses. The worst businesses aren’t manufacturing or electric companies, but colleges and universities. In Caroline Bird’s essay “College is a Waste of Time and Money,” she examines how…

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    USA Today Case Study 2014

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    With USA Today debuting in 1982, it has continued to focus on innovative avenues for continued success and growth as the preferred news source. Personally, I am a very visual news consumer; therefore, what I enjoy most about the USA Today newspaper is the visual and eye catching content it has embedded within the paper -- digital and print versions. The vision the stakeholders had prior to the launch of USA Today was to have a unique approach to an audience and provide more news in less time…

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    Politics In Canada

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    When first considering what politics meant to me personally, I started by looking at definitions of the term. A definition that can be applied to the term politics is the academic study of the government and the state. I feel as though this specific definition closely exemplifies what politics means to me because all of my experiences with politics have all been associated with my recent study of political science here at Lakehead. Based on this definition, the meaning of politics relates to the…

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    Good afternoon Ms Abarno and class, today I’m going to discuss the idea of the influence of politics on people’s lives in the novel ‘the kite runner’, and on people’s lives today and in the past. This idea is highlighted in the novel ‘The Kite Runner’ written by Khaled Hosseini. The influence of politics on people’s lives is a major idea in the novel ‘the kite runner’ this is evident when the soviet invasion takes place and ruins the calm country Afghanistan once was. In the past the influence…

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    Journalism and photography even have had a huge impact on politics. We can easily find a lot of information that we need through the TV, radio or newspapers. We can say that these tools have improved and revolutionized the way searching comprehensive information. More noteworthy is the launch of Google in the 90s, this is a searching page largest information until now. Aside from Google, we can easily notice the extremely rapid development of social networks. MySpace, Twitter and Facebook are…

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    Politics can be defined as the activities in relation with governing an area or country, usually expressed in the form of a debate or conflict. Politics are used all over the world, from a High School debate, to Presidential elections. For years, the art of politics has seen a change in the game, deceit, scandal and false information is becoming more and more common within politics. False information within politics dates back to the 1800 presidential campaign between John Adams and Thomas…

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