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    13-to 52-week interims, print endorsers, are USA Today's most steadfast clients (Ferrell and Hartline, 2014, p. 320). The chance of utilizing innovation in the present economy has negatively affected USA Today (p. 323). For example, people who have the paper conveyed to them, print endorsers, are USA Today's most steadfast clients (p. 320). Nonetheless, as innovation progresses, customers have the chance to get to news electronically and the quantity of print supporters keeps on diminishing (p. 321). Online news sources have been an essential driver in the decay of print daily paper flow (Johnson, Goidel, and Climek, 2014, p. 1245). This is because of the way that online news sources cost less…

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    Usa Today Case Study

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    Executives with USA Today have faced an increase in expenses while their print readership has seen a steady decline over the years since the initial printing on September 15, 1982. Founders hoped to develop a product that would make news pleasurable to the public, while providing an informative media for business and political leaders nationwide. While the paper was originally geared towards providing printed paper editions to loyal subscribers at home and in stores, the internet and social…

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    USA Today Case Study 2014

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    With USA Today debuting in 1982, it has continued to focus on innovative avenues for continued success and growth as the preferred news source. Personally, I am a very visual news consumer; therefore, what I enjoy most about the USA Today newspaper is the visual and eye catching content it has embedded within the paper -- digital and print versions. The vision the stakeholders had prior to the launch of USA Today was to have a unique approach to an audience and provide more news in less time…

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    sense of humour – on how I do my job, basically, Whereas women are quite often judged on what they’re wearing or how their hair is. Women, they wear the wrong colour and they get pulled up.” Stefanovic told an interviewer. In interviews following press releases of films, tv shows etc. the male actors in the show are asked deep, intriguing questions about their roles whereas women are asked shallow, pitiful questions about ‘how they lost weight for the role’ or ‘if they’re seeing someone’ In an…

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    Is College Worth the Money? Imagine telling a student who just graduated from college that you have wasted four years of hard, stressful and even worse, expensive work. Unfortunately, in this cynical society today, the world isn’t just full of competitors, but it’s full of greedy money-grabbing businesses. The worst businesses aren’t manufacturing or electric companies, but colleges and universities. In Caroline Bird’s essay “College is a Waste of Time and Money,” she examines how…

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    Communism Today Communism was just a term which appeared in many books written by famous philosophers and writers back in the 16th century until it became a reality later on in society. Back in those days, the thought of Communism was adopted by small groups such as the Puritan religious group abolished the private ownership of land. Karl Marx also mentioned it in his book, “The Communist Manifesto” and says this should be advocated in society and defines it as the abolition of property.…

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    Transcendentalism Today

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    Transcendental philosophy has impacted our modern society because we can still see it in today’s world. We can see it in those well educated, liberal, and nature-centered individuals. Transcendentalists are just like environmentalists, who see the importance of nature and protecting her. The idea of determination, independence, and nonconformity can all still be seen greatly in the philosophies of today. Transcendentalists believed that nature is everything and anything, therefore the protection…

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    Racism Today

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    Probably, when we think about racism as a matter of fact we think of slaves, or forced work, but it is not only that. The history of racism, which is the discrimination of other groups, it is something that begins in the early modern period; it is something that has always existed. Racism is one of the most important social issues today, because not only a few groups are discriminated, everyone is being discriminated, groups such as blacks, Hispanics, whites, Asians, and religious people. Racism…

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    Stereotypes Today

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    racist and Stereotype others. A bunch of key factors and questions have been brought to light on this issue if some of the Stereotype ideas still persist to this day in Society, what stereotypes that the video discussed American’s may not be true today, and the ideas were shocking to me in this episode of 20/20. To begin with, many of the Stereotype ideas presented in this episode of 20/20 still persist to this day in society. One key note stereotype that I recall from the episode is that most…

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    Youth Today Youths are different from yesterday. Youth today do not remember years ago when it didn’t take much for kids to have a smile on their face. Previous generations, they enjoyed bike riding, fun times at the park, movies, and sports. Young people are different than twenty years ago. Today’s teenagers are influenced by Smart Phones, TV images, and Social Media. Today youth have their faces buried in the phone at family gatherings. Previous generations there were pulled cords walking…

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