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    empirical evidence lends very little support to the suggestion that there is a linear and continuous trend from serious informative coverage of society towards a more light weight journalism geared to maximum ratings” (Djerf-Pierre 2000 cited in Winston,…

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    Response To Bribery

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    stories and he received 18-month prison sentence. Concluding sentence - A journalist must always respect the truth and be honest, consistent enough in order to resist temptation. Paragraph 1 The very first barrier you have to manage with is that journalism is classified to be one of…

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    of journalism, film, television, advertising and public relations has changed after the 2008 financial crisis because of how and what information is being published. The changes in gatekeeping has contributed to the ongoing narrative of the financial crisis because each field now releases information about finances differently than before 2008. The field of journalism has contributed to the ongoing narrative of the financial crisis because of what news is being covered. Financial journalism is…

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    concentrated ownership in the newspaper industry are: biased journalism, profit being the main goal, and loss of variety or lack of info. Media has become a significant aspect of most economies and corporations tend to change depending on how much profit is being made. Through research it is evident that the Canadian newspaper industry limits the production of high quality content because economic pressures suppress, rather than encourage, quality journalism. The first argument surrounding…

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    as long as I attain a job that includes writing. Throughout my life, I seized several opportunities to turn one hobby into my future. At the age of eight, I mostly cared about about three things: High School Musical, what was for dinner, and journalism. I had recently moved from England to Hawaii and was curious as to why my new, shiny, perfect elementary school did not have a school newspaper. I marched myself over to the principal’s office and demanded to know why a school with such a big…

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    and always aware of what was going on with the country. He was the man that everyone looked to for information in times of need and he delivered; he gave the people what they wanted and what they needed. I wish I had been around to experience his journalism and witness the passion he had when doing his job. After all, he was “the most trusted man in…

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    Primary Document Review

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    2017 Primary Document Review: Yellow Journalism: Sinking of the Battleship Maine Yellow journalism helps the media control politics in the United States. By avoiding crucial facts and isolating information that they want, the media can use this journalism tactic to skew the public’s perception of reality. As messed up as this seems, it also falls as the duty of citizens to be careful of what news they believe when they are searching for truth. Yellow journalism was “a style of newspaper…

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    Sexism In Media

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    minority groups are victim to this inequality of news reporting and news coverage, but as each year passes, the scale of equality slowly balances itself. While it is true that men currently hold a large part of the power that controls the field of journalism, people are beginning to have a “greater awareness of the inequities women face around the world thanks to the work of both men and, increasingly, women reporters” (Asquith). It is absolutely necessary to have both men and women equally…

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    through journalists to writers before finally heading to the final editor and being sent out to the masses. Newspaper outlets understood that due to limited alternative media, they had an incredible responsibility to the public to present facts based journalism so the citizens would be informed. Television news became the easiest way for people to know what’s going on in the city. The biggest difference here is that newspaper were a printed material and the nightly news was broadcasted through…

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    Trust Me Im Dying Analysis

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    bloggers. Holiday successfully manipulated bloggers to market the products of his clients; however, the consequence of his corrupted manipulation backfired him, and he gave up manipulating blogs and confessed his corruptions and the flaw of interactive journalism in his book. The book was published in 2012, and the contents seem to be still relevant to today. Bloggers earn money by selling advertisements; “Advertisement × Traffic = Revenue” (Holiday, 32). “The economics of the Internet created…

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