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    interesting at all, due to its probability of searching evidence-anecdotal or they have to provide evidence of media bias as one stripe or another. The interesting and instructive part of studying media biases is inherent or structural biases present in journalism. However, a professional working in media is through television. The word bias is used as a present day challenge that is applied for partisan critics. "Frame" would be referred as the most appropriate one against this word that…

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    Truth Is Bias In Research

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    To find truth in journalism, one must determine which sources are biased and which ones are giving both sides of every story. People can look at multiple sources to see which ones are being bias and which ones are being neutral. In today’s society, people are oblivious as to what is the truth and what is not the truth. People should educate themselves on which news sources are reliable. For example, Fox news is conservative, which is considered as the truth seekers and is the most reliable news…

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    Throughout the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries when the journalism industry began to blossom, a series of changes have occurred within the field. Various scholars, writers, and publishers have argued multiple facets within and surrounding the journalism industry. A few topics include its role in society, the types of reporting genres, broadcasting and the role of reliable news, and the use of social media to share what’s happening currently in news. Works shown in this paper date back as…

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    Journalism is the act of garnering, retrieving, constructing and presenting the truth objectively and accurately. While there are numerous other methods, journalism is easily distinguishable from other forms of writing and broadcasting of information by its unique ethical practices. Some of these practices include, upholding a sense of social responsibility, loyalty towards the people and an obligation to the truth without invading privacy, promoting prejudice, bias views, negative stereotypes,…

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    assessment question as it analysis’ how influential Assange and his project was, resulting into a bigger effect other than just the effect of the leaks on the Government. The strength of this source is that it approves of the anti-censorship movement in “journalism”, the changing dynamic of the press-political relationship. These are considered as strengths of Zayani’s work as it favours a certain perspective compared to other sources which enables varied opinion. The weakness of the journal is…

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    Anonymous sources are becoming increasingly common in the world of journalism. Even major international news reporting agencies have come to rely on them over the years. Anonymity can affect a story's credibility, but sometimes it is only through unnamed sources that valuable information can be obtained. A good example of this scenario can be found in the film, ‘All The President’s Men’, about the Watergate Scandal. I personally think that without anonymous sources, there would have been no…

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    example, if someone with no experience in Journalism were to disguise themselves as a Journalist, the public would not be getting the full truth because journalists have duties that may or may not be in the public’s eye. I would feel the pretend journalist would only be mimicking what is obvious to everyone and not what is actually required of a journalist. If that pretend journalist were to be honest about who they were as someone with no experience in journalism, maybe more people would offer…

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    For the Romeo and Juliet Creative Project I decided it would be best to do it in a tabloid style. I have always been fascinated by Tabloids, you see them everywhere even on facebook. Tabloids is a type of journalism normally about gossip and crime. I thought Tabloid would be the best choice for this creative project because the scene I am writing about is the first scene in Romeo and Juliet where the Montagues and the Capulets were fighting each other in the Market. This is the best way to…

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    Rake the Muck What is Muck Throughout history there have always been events that caused an uprising from the people. During the Progressive Era these events included yellow journalism. Yellow journalism is defined as a type of reporting that includes obscene exaggeration. The journalists responsible for yellow journalism are muckrakers. This term was coined by Theodore Roosevelt and can be described as journalists that focus on the ‘muck’, or bad parts, of society and publish it so the public is…

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    Why do you want to be a Yale Greenberg World Fellow? What do you seek to accomplish during your fellowship? 500 words Yale University is one of the world top ranked and renowned academia and it would be my ‘dream comes true’ and lifetime experiences to be associated with its flagship leadership development program which will give me new insight and breadth of academic, cultural and social life at the University. More precisely, I’ll have the opportunity to interact with the Yale faculties,…

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