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    Is Canada Relevant

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    The essay topic I have chosen is “Is Canada a relevant or a fading power?”. Primary readings on the subject indicate that Canada was viewed as a middle power throughout the Cold War. During the founding of the United Nations, Canada played a large role as “mediator in the new international order” (Ferrari, 2006) and was elected as a middle power in 1945 after the Australian’s gave up the role. The Canadian post-war identity was one that showed strength, optimism and just practises. According to…

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    Absolute poverty is a condition where people lack the wealth or means to cater to their basic needs, while the imbalance between people of different sex, class and status is inequality. Both states have negative impacts on a country, affecting a large number of the population, hence it is necessary to develop strategies to curb them. According to the World Bank (2016), 66% of the population in developing countries survived on less than $3.10 per day in 1990 and the percentage of people living in…

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    Media Lies Essay

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    the large corporations who own them, some media sources become corrupt. The corporations begin to dictate what the sources report. The lies committed by the media lead to several effects including setting the news agenda, framing news stories, and social desirability. All of these factors have important roles when determining the importance of the news. The mass media lies to the public to make money through twisting and slanting the truth; this alteration of facts changes how the public…

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    1. Use at least one theoretical perspective (Functionalist/Pluralist, Conflict/Elite) to analyze the film, Big Sky, Big Money. Which perspective do you think most effectively explains the political dynamics represented in the film? Why? In the video, “ Big Sky, Big money:, it is talking about the election in Montana. The state of Montana is said to have fund money which we don’t know where it is coming from and there is a certain group who supports the election secretly by funding the candidate.…

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    The article chosen for the following article analysis is Ken Booth’s “Security and Emancipation”. Written in 1991, the article explores a new lens at looking at security, expanding from the traditional approach. It begins by discussing how words are extremely inclusive and constantly changing to the times, stating that past terms, such as sovereignty, superpowers, and war, and their definitions are changing and that “world politics require words which imply a more porous, inclusive, and…

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    When studying the world of international politics, different frameworks are utilized to explain the actions and phenomena that occur. Most frameworks not only offer an explanation but attempt to put forth a solution for various problems. Liberalism and realism are two frameworks which are used to analyze the field of international politics. Both liberalism and realism provide the notion that states are the primary actors in the international political system. However, fundamental differences…

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    on society, considering they present the most amount of information in a timely fashion. Corporate media exploits the minds of the public and frame the narrative around contemporary issues, in order to produce dominant forms of knowledge to ensure social control. Media outlets have the power to alter public perception on specific news by narrowing issues with a biased-perspective, in order to defend their…

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    received and who is producing, distributing, or is affecting. The film Toxic Sludge is Good for You: The Public Relations Industry Unspun,…

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    Argumentative Essay - Artifice “The most essential skill in political theater and a consumer culture is artifice. Political leaders, who use the tools of mass propaganda to create a sense of faux intimacy with citizens, no longer need to be competent, sincere, or honest,” Chris Hedges states, in “Empire of Illusion.” Based on that, the author is trying to convince his readers that publically, when people advertise for themselves or other things, false information could be thrown out there. This…

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    Advertisement is the main way to get your product out so that people know what you are selling. Anything can be an advertisement, for example, a flyer, poster, billboard, commercial, or radio. Most advertisements use the three rhetorical appeals, pathos, ethos, and logos. The advertisement for the product "Surge" uses all three rhetorical appeals. "Surge" is an energy drink that claims to boost your energy and help you stay awake not only to study, but also keep you awake during your test. It…

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