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A 6 page research paper that compares and contrasts French and British newspaper reporting. The writer argues that French newspapers are moving toward more investigative reporting, while British journalists, according to Pilger (1996b) appear to be moving away from investigative journalism. While French papers continue to assume that their readers are intelligent and cognizant ...

A 7 page overview of the move to change the way we spell in the English language. While in the U.S. and the U.K. alike changes in spelling have been attempted to be implemented via a formal route, for the most part change has only occurred informally. We have generated formal proceedings and ...

This 3 page paper looks at the concept of symbolic violence as defined by Pierre Bourdieu and how this is reflected in the press and the way in which reporters may perpetuate or help to reduce the levels of symbolic violence. The bibliography cites 1 source.

A 7 page overview of the move to change the way we spell in the English language. While in the U.S. and the U.K. alike changes in spelling have been attempted to be implemented via a formal route, for the most part change has only occurred informally. We have generated formal proceedings and ...

A 3 page review of a June 2004 article from the New York Times concerning the resignation of Governor John G. Rowland. The author of this paper observes that the article is written from a strictly objective view and its intent is obviously to outline the circumstances surrounding a tedious political situation. The ...

This 3 page paper examines whether or not a student has much say in terms of content and whether he or she can withhold funds for the newspaper. Several court cases are used as examples. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

A 3 page review of a June 2004 article from the New York Times concerning the resignation of Governor John G. Rowland. The author of this paper observes that the article is written from a strictly objective view and its intent is obviously to outline the circumstances surrounding a tedious political situation. The ...

A 12 page paper which compares how these two major international newspapers presented stories on the war in Iraq during October 2004, specifically considering language, tone, and underlying assumptions. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

This 10 page paper provides an overview of the problem of news bias and the implications of the new media in terms of their influence on public opinion. This paper outlines the correlation between news media and public opinion. Bibliography lists 20 sources.

This 8 page paper examines media bias and how it affects elections, political opinion and social mores. The 2000 presidential election is used as an example. Many other examples are used and the 2004 election is referenced. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

This 7 page paper provides an overview of a questionnaire regarding the impacts of the media on views of national security. Since the attacks of September 11th, many Americans have wondered if the news has provided fair representations of events that have occurred. Many news stories outlining the atrocities that occurred supported increasing ...

This 6 page paper examples the way in which the news is created by the media, rather than reporting the news as it happens. Evidence given, quotes cited from sources. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

This 3 page paper focuses on two news stories related to the Tsunami that hit at the end of 2004. The paper examines one newspaper article and the Today Show and evaluates how coverage differs. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

This 6 page paper discusses the development of the UK Newspaper industry, considering the major events from 1945 to the present day. The paper includes events such as the different Royal Commissions, the formation of the General Council of the Press, the Press Council and finally the Press Complaints Commission as well as the ...

This 8 page paper conducts a content analysis of an article supplied by the student. The article is about Dan Brown's book The Di Vinci Code and is analysed with coding, categorising, classifying, comparing and concluding. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

This 19 page paper is an examination of the way in which the press reported the Gujarat riots in 2002, also known as the Gujarat Genocide. The paper compares the English speaking press in the area with the vernacular press, focusing on Sandesh and Gujarat Samachar as the local Gujarati daily newspapers. The bibliography cites ...

An Analysis of Rumor

  • 4 page paper

This 4 page paper evaluates the four types of rumors as found in the public relations discipline. Examples are cited and analyzed inclusive of Britney Spears' reported pregnancy. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

4 pages in length. The writer provides a 5-source annotated bibliography pertaining to yellow journalism and journalistic ethics. Annotated bibliography lists 5 sources.

4 pages in length. Media coverage is something that cannot be avoided in today's technological society. It used to be that high profile news stories would be broadcast after the incident had occurred, along with every other bit of news that merited a position in the top story lineup; now, however, news agencies ...

3 pages in length. Understanding the principles of good journalism is much the same as assembling an award-winning recipe; it must include all the necessary ingredients in all the proper proportions in order for the final result to turn out right. Therefore, the recipe for turning out a good piece of journalism includes ...

Summary

  • 3 page paper

3 pages in length. Mass media have metamorphosed from a collection of individuals focused upon accurately gathering and reporting society and the world's goings-on to a splintered faction of journalists whose only desire is to trump the next reporter by scooping the story under any incorrect and/or unethical means. This transformation has cost ...

10 pages in length. For as long as man has been on planet Earth, he has faced a tremendous struggle between right and wrong; as history readily illustrates, his behavior has too often reflected a poor choice of direction where these two entities are concerned. Now in the twenty-first century, humanity continues to ...

3 pages in length. The writer briefly critiques two student papers written about journalistic objectivity. No bibliography.

Journalists Who Lie

  • 5 page paper

A 5 page paper which examines journalists who make up stories. The paper focuses a great deal of Stephen Glass. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

This 6 page paper examines The Amsterdam News, the New York Times, the New York Post and the New York News. Many quotes are used for comparison. Content is discussed and several similar stories or topics are compared and contrasted. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

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