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  • Ethical Philosophies In The Media

    “A media revolution is transforming, fundamentally and irrevocably, the nature of journalism and its ethics. The means to publish is now in the hands of the citizens, while the Internet encourages new forms of journalism that are interactive and immediate” (Ward). With media ethics constantly evolving and new forms of media popping up everywhere, it can be difficult to make decisions regarding what is right and what is wrong in the realm of media. This is why I believe that it is important to…

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  • Hillary Clinton Name Recognition Analysis

    In contemporary American politics, name recognition is of the utmost importance. It is significant reason why Hillary Clinton had such a large lead over her two opponents early on in the primary season. If people are aware of a candidate, they will be more likely to pledge this support to them. It is chiefly for this reason that third parties continuously find themselves lagging behind in the polls and unknown to the vast majority of the American electorate. All of the factors that handicap…

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  • 'Imagine' By John Lennon: An Analysis

    muscles, but also has given me a medium to publish and receive feedback which has helped me tremendously. Throughout the years, I 've also played around with writing original short stories and songs. As soon as I started high school, I joined the new Journalism Club, and I have written for every issue (and sometimes more). I 've covered a variety of topics, from world news to opinion pieces to student interviews to reviews. Starting in 11th grade, was elected Features Editor, adding more duties…

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  • Personal Statement: A Career As A Television Writer

    he would be working in a certain branch of the armed forces that protect our country. Aaron was the most interested in creative writing and journalism. This means that Aaron is very interested in editing, writing, and sharing stories with an audience. I had two main interests that scored the same score of a 100. One of mine was creative writing and journalism and the other one was beauty and style. This means that I like Aaron also love to write, edit, and share stories with an audience, but I…

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  • Freedom Of The Press In The United States

    Jordan Clarke- Freedom of the Press is part of the five main freedoms represented in the first amendment of the constitution of the United States. The constitution was ratified in 1791 putting freedom of the Press in full development and has since evolved and impacted current amendments and technology in modern day. We enjoy freedom of press under the First Amendment to the Constitution and it can be characterized as immunity from government control or censorship thus the right to publish…

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  • Syrian Refugee Crisis Analysis

    Current News Assignment When considering the current issues of multiculturalism in Europe, repercussions of the Syrian Refugee Crisis jump to mind, or perhaps Muslim migration to Europe in general. However, an understanding which focuses solely on Muslim migrants does an extreme disservice to the discussion of European multiculturalism as a whole and the developing definition of what it means to be European. The recent and drastic increase of Muslim migration to Europe has, however, aided in…

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  • Absence Of Malice Analysis

    ‘Absence of Malice’: How good intentions form bad outcomes Do these things really happen in the real life? One who watched the motion picture titled “Absence of Malice” would ask such question. The movie appeared to have a disputable subject since it was about indecent journalistic practices. What made its topic arguable is that these obscene practices were fused with romanticization; making the movie looked like a story of a love affair with a taste of melodramatic revenge. Unfortunately, due…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis In To Kill A Mockingbird

    CHAPTER 5 – JUNK JUDGMENTS “Self-esteem comes from being able to define the world in your own terms and refusing to abide by the judgments of others.” — Oprah Winfrey, American TV personality Judgments are a dime a dozen in life! Most of the time, you exercise judgments without even being cognizant about it. Try figuring out these following familiar statements; in all probability, you would find yourself unaware about their judgmental tones: "How I wished I was not fat, dark, and ugly!"…

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  • The Collision Of News Media

    Why does it matter who owns news media? Wordcount: 1461 News media is a form of mass media which targets the general public by supplying vital news by either print based, broadcast or online text. This essay will focus on news media ownership and coverage, and how that affects society as a whole. Diversity of media ownership ensures that a variety of opinions are fulfilled and that the news media caters for every audience. Rupert Murdoch is the owner of many media companies including The Sun,…

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  • Media And Gun Laws

    Media is a powerful source in manipulating people in thinking a certain way. It is inevitable not to hear or see the news, protests, violence, ads, and especially gun law topic. Media is popular in our society and when there is a burden of a situation media brings up discussions and questioning if the laws are well written or need modifications. This is where the politics are targets and making them question the constitutional amendment of gun laws. To influence the public, they discuss the…

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