Essays and Research Papers on Journalism

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A 3 page paper which examines what can be learned about the business of printing and publishing in colonial America by Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

This 5 page paper discusses the life of Alexey Brodovitch who was a famous graphic designer. This paper analyzes his contributions to the world of graphic design and notes his accomplishments. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

This 10-page paper examines the impact of the media (television, radio, newspapers and magazines) on corporate America and business industries. The examples cited dealing with media influence include the rise and fall of Enron (and the media's role); how media tarnishes the reputation of the insurance industry and a case study about the importance of ...

The growth of social media, including weblogs and podcasts, can be seen as having a significant impact on the communicative power balance between those who attempt to report the news. This 14 page paper discusses whether it is possible to draw a clear theoretical distinction between a someone working for a traditional news organisation and ...

The Power of Advertising

  • 14 page paper

A 14 page overview of the power of advertising. Concentrating on television and radio advertisements the author emphasizes the tendency of advertisers to target emotion, cultural affiliation, and even gender to persuade the audience to buy a product. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

A 4 page discussion of the successes and failures of e-zines. The author outlines the history of this electronic media and emphasizes that while some e-zines enjoy a long history of success, others are almost immediate flops. The critical determinant of success appears to be the audience to which the e-zine is targeted ...

The debate on the ethics of this style of journalism is explored in this 7 page paper. John Reed and George Plimpton are cited as possessing such a style. Opinions from others such as Tom Brokaw and Mary Matalin are expressed. Examples of journalistic techniques are provided. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

6 pages in total length. This file contains two fictitious newspaper articles written for study by those pursuing degrees and/or careers in journalism. These writings follow all rules of this genre ; One is on students protesting tuition hikes at a specific college and the other is on a controversial speaker's guest appearance at that ...

9 pages in length. This file contains three fictitious newspaper articles written for study by those pursuing degrees and/or careers in journalism. These writings follow all rules of this genre-- and are about different subjects concerning school & local politics. Please send us e-mail for more details.

This 7 page paper considers an article submitted by a student n a case study to examine whether it is suitable for publication in an academic journal. The paper considers the requirements of any academic article and the way it should be written including aspects such as sources, references, evidence to support an hypothesis as ...

Drawing on the 1989 disaster of the Exxon Valdez, this 7 page paper presents a case study of how oil giant Exxon's communication fell apart under crisis management and how as a result, the company's image suffered. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

This 3 page paper examines communications, with an emphasis on journalism, as it respects UAE law. Freedom of speech is examined as are women's roles. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

A paper which looks at source credibility in relation to television audience, with reference to the origins of the concept in Aristotle's rhetoric and the relevance of expertise and trustworthiness. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

This 4 page paper explores the role of the communications professional, looking at the different tasks and factors that any communications professional will have to consider when undertaking their job. The paper considers this specifically from the perspective of a professional, such as a journalist, market or PR working in the UAE, but the theory ...

The role of a communications profession, whether in marketing, journalism or PR, is to communicate a set message so that it is understood b the target audience. This 3 page paper considers how professional communicators can undertake this task and why it is important they understand how the audience will receive the message. The bibliography ...


  • 4 page paper

This 4 page paper discusses how feature writing varies from typical 'news' reporting. Examples given. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

A 2 page paper that examines the technique of issue analysis in persuasive writing. The issue of the commercial interests involved in popular film and television content is examined, and suggestions on the presentation and argument of this issue are exemplified. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

This 5 page report discusses the role interactivity plays in creating and enhancing the character and quality of the two forms of communication – journalism and entertainment. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

This 8 page paper considers the way in which public relations have been managed by the government in these stories and the lessons that they give to the commercial environment. References are made to the different models of communication and comparison made with other cases where handling was, or could have been different. The bibliography ...

This 11 page paper looks at the fictitious production of an in-house magazine and considers it from the planning stages evaluating its progress with reference to the various aspects of producing the magazine, including control, motivation, communication and completion as well as post publication assessment and risk control. The bibliography cites 11 sources.

This is a 5 page paper discussing the computer as a powerful tool in media convergence. The computer has quickly become the most powerful media tool today and is steadily adapting to all aspects of the media and is leading the way to media convergence. Because television and radio broadcasts using video and audio streams ...

This 6 page paper explores writing for television and newspapers and what the essential differences are in terms of writing and career. Differences are highlighted but similarities are noted. Investigative journalism, in both mediums, is discussed. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

Writing an Article

  • 5 page paper

This 5 page paper considers how a magazine article should be written with consideration of the readers, style content and tone. The paper outlines these and then demonstrates their use by writing an article on the treatment of women in Afghanistan. The bibliography cites 3 sources.

An 8 page overview of objectivity in journalism. Presents a correlation between the level of technological advancement and the degree of lack of objectivity. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

This 3 page paper considers how technology has changed the way on which the news is presented and the inherent values placed in the news by those who produce it and the audience. The paper includes consideration of the increased speed of delivery, the role of the internet and the pressure of commercialism. The ...

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