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    Macs410 Media Ethics

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    appropriate for my minor because the following rationale: - The course MACS410 “Media Ethics” provided an overview of the main ethical problems regarding the intensive use of technologies in the contemporary media landscape, considering not only journalism but the media in general, and avoiding a technological determinism to analyze the phenomenon. This course is helpful to understand the “behind the scenes” of the political economy of technology in the media, its historical, political, and…

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    Loosing The News

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    scenario that American newspapers went through and the negative impact it brought to the American democracy and the public in general. Jones suggested that “journalism has a significant role in democracy, it should be evident in the way American society has evolved, (p. 34).” He explained the important role objective…

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    for NewBeauty magazine, specifically its online version, which is published by SANDOW. I worked eight-hour days, four days a week, for eight weeks, and was provided with many real-world experiences that helped broaden my understanding of magazine journalism—a subject I am very passionate about. Although my internship was focused on editorial matters, I had the opportunity to work in an array of areas, providing me with a truly well-rounded experience that will not only help me during my time at…

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    Breaking Twitter

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    Twitter has become the largest source of news breaking media and the firsthand information for the journalists, in the conventional media. The rise of the social media such as twitter has raised fears among the journalists. As a professional practice of journalists is brought to disappear; means in recent years of dire predictions about the decline of the profession. As such, the role of the journalist is essential. His profession is changing profoundly, which does not mean it will disappear. It…

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    Stereotypes In Newspapers

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    “There were three rules for reporters: ‘Accuracy, accuracy and accuracy.” - Joseph Pulitzer (1847–1911) Introduction Media shares stories, records history and projects reality. Therefore, Journalists have been provided with a certain code of ethics that would inform people rather than inflame them to create chaos. To inform, educate and to entertain have always been the three basic functions of media. This paper puts forward a case where a Hasidic Weekly newspaper named Der Tzeitung, based in…

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    The question of the objectivity in journalism is a major topic for discussions in the media. It is important because the answer to this question will define the journalism itself as a term. That is to say, are journalists the static representors of the opinions and information or are they form opinions and setting agenda? Objectivity is more like a dream or ideal, but maybe it is possible. There is another question: does reader always need objectivity? In this essay, I want to prove that an…

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    affects the world today. Fallows discusses media’s change over time, the dying art of journalism, and how citizens of today must “[face] the inevitability of the shift to infotainment.” According to Fallows, the new media is difficult to understand, because of how contradictory it is. Although citizens complain about the lack of “real” information, it is infotainment that people truly want to read about. Journalism is also a shifting environment due to its competitive nature. Likewise, when…

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    Journalism is the Face of News Throughout this film, Page One: Inside the New York Times, we notice there is a constant theme. How has news evolved? The New York Times is used as an example throughout the documentary to show us how news has evolved, what some of the challenges may be, what values come in to play, what goes through the decision-making process, what problems may come about while rising to success, and what changes might happen to journalism in the future. Journalism is the face…

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    multi-media forms of journalism? The zeitgeist of this era produces individuals uninterested in factuality or even validity of sources of information. This leads to ill-educated individuals regurgitating misinformation and the degradation of society as a conscious whole. More importantly, journalists perpetuate this by creating scenarios, fake stories, and satirized news to cut through the overwhelming nonsense consumed by audiences today. Pursuing fame on through the journalism no longer has a…

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    The Hong Kong protests, also known as the Umbrella Revolution, began in September 2014 when activists in Hong Kong started to protest outside the Hong Kong Government headquarters and in several major city intersections, mainly due to NPCSC’s decision of disallowing civil nominations in future elections. It has become a stunning peaceful civil disobedience movement, able to bring together thousands of protesters. Although some violent outbreaks have happened, this conflict should be mostly…

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