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    Satire On Homelessness

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    46,000 hands. 46,000 feet. 23,000 stomachs. 23,000 lives. These numbers represent the people in Washington State who on any given night will not have a home (Helping Hand House). Their stomachs will be left unfed. Their hands and feet will be left cold. They have nowhere to go. While we tuck ourselves into our beds or contemplate what snack to eat next, 23,000 people--adults and children alike--will be on the streets. How often do we walk down the street and avoid eye contact with these individuals--our fellow human beings? How often do we try forgetting those uncomfortable moments when you pass a sleeping, shivering body? Look into the faces of those on the street. The longer we ignore the problem, the longer we hide under fake sympathy, and the longer we remain detached,…

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    not every single homeless person is included in the count, and also, the homeless population seems to be increasing rapidly during this year. Homeless people can get a lot of help from government programs such as food stamps, Medi-Cal or Medi-Care, and General Assistance, just to mention a few. There are also numerous non-profit organizations that focus on assisting the homeless by providing them with shelter, food, and medical necessities. Although a lot of resources are available, not every…

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    If your boss is determined to move forward with the project, what would you do? I believe that using homeless people to perform any type of work seems out of place, but homeless people have basic needs that require some form of monetary compensation. When we give homeless people out in the corner of a street money, we are helping because we feel that is the right thing to do, when we give money to a homeless person for cleaning our windshield, we are paying for the service they are providing. …

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    History Of The Penny Press

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    Today, society rarely picks up a newspaper and reads it due to the many advances of how mass information is transmitted; however, there are still many popular newspapers in circulation which delivers news to mass audiences. Journalism has had many advances from when the first newspaper was written, today major newspapers are delivered to mass audiences all over the world; like any other major breakthrough, newspaper journalism had to start somewhere. In the 1600 's the first American newspaper…

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    The Cancer Fear Jakiem and I were out on 38th street, we were going to my friend’s home for the money that he had bet me for. After getting my money, I decided to spend some of it on a newspaper from the gas station. Just as we walked outside, my paper flew out my hand ,though, it flew out of my…

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    The Effect of New Media on Print Newspaper The dawn of new media, especially the internet, has emerged with several opportunities as well as challenges for traditional print newspapers. The prevalence of the internet and the new media in particular has introduced new challenges to traditional media more than ever the printed newspaper. Industrial organizations and business analysts purport that newspaper commerce in the U.S suffers through what can be accorded as the worst financial relapse…

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    Advertising has been around for at least 295 years. The first advertisement published was in 1704. A newspaper ad that announced an estate that needed buyers ( ). How has advertisement changed through the years? It is now 2016. Social media has become the most popular activity for humans of all ages. The different opportunities companies have to advertise seem almost endless. Newspapers, television, billboards, social media, radio stations, and magazines are all choices that have the most affect…

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    who wrecked the atmosphere of London’s journalism centre, on Fleet Street. Whereas, Alfred Harmsworth became known for his notion that popular media empires were very much reliant on expansion and evolution. He later became known as Lord Northcliffe. In the second half of the nineteenth century, there was a mass circulation of popular press. Radical newspapers were replaced by popular newspapers which sold to a large amount of people, the along the British Isles. Newspapers such as the Daily…

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    Publishing Oriented The emergence of newspaper publishing started in the 17th century during European Renaissance era and was being widely spread among the societies. Rupert Murdoch inherited News Limited from his father Keith Murdoch, a well-known Australian journalist. Later, Murdoch expanded his operations across the United States and United Kingdom by purchasing other newspaper companies. The newspapers keep the people aware of the activities of the government and they mobilize public…

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    religions are represented in contemporary popular newspapers and how particular news stories tell the story. It will also follow the basis of media theories and how they can be applied to certain aspects of texts and case studies, to understand the reasons why they have been constructed in that way. In Britain today over 12 million newspapers are sold on a daily basis, that is not including non-paying newspapers such as the metro, taking in to account papers to take in to consideration that…

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