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  • Media Freedom Indexes Of Freedom House And Reporters Without Borders

    We analyzed the media freedom indexes of Freedom House and Reporters Without Borders to determine which areas they focus on and which they omit. We also assessed the degree to which these indexes are appropriate for measuring media freedom in democratic countries. We concluded that these instruments –with their focus on violence against journalists and government constraints on media– are more appropriate for assessments in non-democratic countries than for understanding the subtle problems of…

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  • Evolution Of Media Analysis

    In a media world run chiefly on market model principles, the task of making sense of why these extensive mergers happened is pretty simple, at least in terms of a business stand point. Owning multiple mediums within the industry is how to reach “economics of scale” (Pavlick and McIntosh, p. 51-52), companies such as Disney for instance use synergy to rake in money from various subsets all based on the same idea. This dynamic enables the industries giants not only to reap financial merit, it also…

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  • Social Media's Negative Effects On Psychological Health

    Media is one of the ways of communication in today’s century. It is widely used in societies everyday living. Media could influence society both negatively and positively. Overexposure to media can cause information overload, but with the right use leads to a global exchange in information. The reason we have to be aware in the way we use the media. According to Malani Oak (2016), one negative effect of media is that it may affect a person’s health and lifestyle. Since we all know that using…

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  • Ethical Issues In Sports

    Ethical issues in sports Sports in today’s world, is gaining a lot of importance and is attracting a huge fan base. This has also created a lot of controversies about the way sports is being carried out. In order to address these issues and regulate sports, a lot of additions in the form of new rules, policies and regulations are added. Though many stringent laws are framed, implemented and monitored there are always some sorts of issues in the way the sports activities are carried out.…

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  • Surveillance In Society

    Mass Surveillance in Modern Society “We need more cameras, and we need them now” was a headline run in Slate Magazine (qtd in Proctor).This is what the world has come to- being obsessed with cameras. Every country is installing surveillance technology which decreases the employment rates for those areas and is more expensive. Although there are many positives, do they outweigh the negatives? Cameras are increasingly invading people’s private lives which is considered to be a violation of…

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  • Reflection On My Last English Course

    repetitive and can be brain draining. As a result, I seldom feel creative enough to want to write outside of work anymore. 2. Have you ever taken any creative writing courses in the past or done any type of creative writing on your own? In what genres (poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, etc.) do you like to write? What kinds of subjects do you like to write about? Yes, I took a creative writing class in undergrad.…

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  • Jack The Ripper: Social Media Analysis

    In the first half of 2016, the United States alone has had over 136 mass shootings (by definition, an incident in which four or more people are wounded or killed), and is growing rapidly. (Gun Violence Archive) This topic in particular has been one of heavy discussion in the past few years, due to a wide range of interests. Is it because of the current implementation on firearm laws in the United States, or something much more sinister? In today’s world, the moment that a mass shooting erupts…

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  • Public Trust Or Mistrust Of News Media

    The entire realm of news is undergoing major organizational shifts, whether influenced by economic changes, new digital platforms or an audience that is demographically younger and more diverse. The move online is a key reason there is a growing public distrust of news media sources (Abdulla, 2002). Free access, along with the sudden influx of bloggers and social media users, has inundated the internet with information – some more reliable and verifiable than others. The 2016 presidential…

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  • Media In The 19th Century

    this media in this case, journalism has operated in the favor of politicians in the 18th and 19th century. With the invention of the printing press the appearance of the newspaper allowed information and news to be circulated and spread throughout the masses. The invention of the newspaper brought us the concept of the partisan press, this refers to when news papers and other forms of media are biased in favor to one party, cause or political figure. There…

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  • Blogging Conventional Ideas

    male/female audience engaged in politics. . But sexism and yelling wrong ideas isn’t inherently an internet problem, it’s a humanity problem. From a group of people that are often accused of apathy —political apathy—, the passion that participatory journalism brings out is enough to shut this voices out. There’s often no prize or reward for what the users do — spreading information just for the sake of it. Percentage of young people. Genuine…

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