News Essay Examples

  • William Faulkners Barn Burning

    2398 words - 10 pages

    William Faulkner- Barn Burning. Barn Burning is a short story that was written by an American author- William Faulkner. Faulkner has brought out a mysterious characterization of Snopes. It is a story that has ten year old Sarty Snopes as the main character who is faced by a conflict. Sarty’s father is a barn burner and he is divided as to whether he should let it to the judges that his father faces on two different occasions. In the first case, his father is taken to court and charged with burning Mr. Harry’s barn. Even though he is guilty, he walks away scot free and the bad thing about i

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    Honesty In The Media

    1766 words - 8 pages

    Honesty is commonly defined in terms of “the state or quality of being honest, refraining from lying, cheating or stealing, and a being of truthful, trustworthy or upright”. In regards to present day media tactics, the overall honesty perceived and conveyed by journalists is seemingly decreasing in importance and raising concerns of journalistic integrity maintained today. The chief purpose of news journalism has generally been to “reveal the reality of a society in which everything is a tool of marketing”. Yet, the fact of the matter is television news is now just a tool for marketing. It h

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    Is Today S Media What It Should Be

    1061 words - 5 pages

    Is Todays News What It Should be? Is today s news a truthful account of the day s events? Is it a blatant attempt to guide the reader s reaction to keep interests high? Or do entertainment corporations trying to make a profit overrun today s news? Should there be certain standards of journalism in news today? To answer these questions, the reader must understand the definition of news. Jack Fuller best defines news as a report of what a news organization has recently learned about matters of some significance or interest to the specific community that news organization serves. Journalism

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    The Concept Of News

    1457 words - 6 pages

    The concept of news can be defined as a report of recent events and any material reported in a newspaper, news periodical or on a newscast . Through this definition, it is clear that the news does not just happen, rather, an event occurs and when this event is presented to an audience in the context of news, it is inevitable that there is planning and construction involved in the process. Construction and planning can be seen in three different levels; the symbolic level of construction from which all communications is derived from, the practical level of physical and tangible construction o

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    UPS Around The Globe

    2243 words - 9 pages

    Abstract UPS is a global leader in delivering packages and supply chain solutions around the world. UPS is a company with a 100-year history and continues to be profitable. UPS utilizes high-tech and low-tech solutions to conduct their business in the most cost-saving and efficient manner possible. The company has more than 400,000 employees in over 200 countries and territories around the globe. Due to the worldwide composition of the employees of UPS, the company values diversity and puts a huge emphasis on community relationships and social responsibility. Corporate Information

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    Richard Jewell

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    Richard Jewell During the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, Richard Jewell was working security for a local college. On the night of July 27, three pipe bombs were placed in the Centennial Park, the ‘town square’ of the games. Jewell discovered the suspicious package and alerted the ATF agent that was in the area and began evacuating people that were near the package. The bomb detonated and one person was killed, 111 people were injured. If not for Jewell the casualties could have been much worse. For the first couple of days after the bombing Jewell was hailed as a hero by the m

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    Sewage In Dubai

    1738 words - 7 pages

    Dubai, a small city in the U.A.E. on the Arabian Gulf, is the fastest growing city in the world. It is home to man made islands, world’s tallest buildings, and hundreds of other new developments. At the rate Dubai is growing, it is not surprising that the 1.5 million people who live there are facing a few problems (UAE Interact, 2007). Between the traffic congestions and the elevating living expenses comes the rising sewage problem. Dubai’s 30-year-old sewage system has not been able to catch up with the fast pace of its developments. No matter how many repairs and extensions are made to the s

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    Lksjdfkls

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    As Cities Go From Two Papers to One, Talk of Zero COMMENTS SIGN IN TO E-MAIL PRINT SINGLE PAGE REPRINTS SHARE By RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA Published: March 11, 2009 The history of The Seattle Post-Intelligencer stretches back more than two decades before Washington became a state, but after 146 years of publishing, the paper is expected to print its last issue next week, perhaps surviving only in a much smaller online version. Enlarge This Image Kevin P. Casey for The New York Times In Seattle, boxes holding the city’s two major dailies. The Post-Intelligencer may be an online-onl

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    Training Evaluation

    4317 words - 18 pages

    Table of Contents A: Introduction B: Review of Literature Reasons for Evaluating Training Programs Issues in Evaluating Training Programs Stakeholders and their Responsibilities Training Evaluation Approaches New Training Evaluating Techniques Training Evaluation Best Practices C: Implications of the Literature Review D: Conclusion References A: Introduction It is common for many organizations to investment considerable amount of time and resources in training and developing their employees. Thus, establishing a systematic

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    Mba 540 Lester Electronics Benchmarking

    2540 words - 11 pages

    Investment Alternatives for Bernard Lester University of Phoenix July 21, 2008 Foundry Networks Foundry Networks is a leading provider of high-performance enterprise and service provider switching, routing, security and application traffic management solutions including edge and backbone Ethernet switches, Web and content-aware application switches, network-wide security solutions, wireless LAN and access points, wide area access routers and internet provider edge and service provider core Multi-Protocol Layer Switching (MPLS) routers. Headquartered in Santa Ana, California and f

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    Extreme Dislike

    1341 words - 6 pages

    Extreme Dislike The words of English nineteenth century logician and philosopher Bertrand Russell are as apropos today as they were in days past: “HYPERLINK "http://thinkexist.com/quotation/few_people_can_be_happy_unless_they_hate_some/161824.html"Few people can be happy unless they hate some other person, nation, or creed.” As contrary as this sounds, Americans must hate themselves to experience happiness. Dick Meyer (October, 31, 2006) supports this premise after providing several examples of what contemporary Americans abhor in an article entitled, “The last word why we hate us.” Ha

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    Paper

    1344 words - 6 pages

    Reporter's diary All the 5 W's, 1 H and a BIG O-pinion. Monday, March 16, 2009 BOOK REVIEW: GUESTS OF THE SHEIK On a dark rainy night in January, Robert Fernea broke open the padlock to a little mud home in El-Nahra, to introduce his bride to their new home. Birds chirped overhead from the thatched ceiling and the room was littered with books, papers, clothes, blankets and dishes. The year was 1956 and Elizabeth Fernea struggling to carry her luggage and keep her black cloak on (abayah) entered the threshold of her new life in Iraq. And here begins her book, ‘Guests of the Sheikh, An

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    Com 150 Final

    1292 words - 6 pages

    News coverage seems to be everywhere in American life. Not only is news in the traditional newspaper, but television, the Internet and even cell phones are all ways in which Americans seem to be bombarded with news. With all these sources of News Americans must be rather cautious. It is easy to form an opinion based upon the media's presentation of new events. News coverage is biased and must be judged cautiously before forming an opinion. Government or Private ownership effect the biasness of news. All news organizations are owned by either private corporations or the government. Priva

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    Financial Crisis

    1692 words - 7 pages

    The Area I am covering in my assessment is the financial crisis, also known as the recession or as the British media usually refer to it as the credit crunch. It doesn’t matter what it’s called it’s had a a huge effect on the world’s economy. Ever since July 2007 the world’s economy has been going downhill. One of the early signs to the crisis was One of Britain’s major banks HSBC’s results in 2006, economic experts predicted that a crisis is around the corner. Soon after this and sure enough they were eventually proven correct. British banking giants Northern rock was one of the first casualt

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    Being Amp Quot Right Amp Quot About Fair And Balanced

    1687 words - 7 pages

    Being “Right” about fair and balanced When information is brought to your attention it usually comes in forms given by messengers, whether the news is interesting or dreadful its always custom to never harm the messenger, for he is simply doing his job. Although one must ask himself what if the messenger is a liar? A modern day messenger know as the Fox News Channel reports the news and controversial political stories that educate the general population about modern politics. Some people like Al Franken question the truth behind the Fox News Channel with their huge support towards the Repu

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    Word That Defines Who We Are

    1354 words - 6 pages

    First introduced during the pilot episode of the hit comedy show, The Colbert Report on October of 2005, Stephen Colbert used truthiness to describe this “thing” people have that drives them to do irrational things. It is that gut feeling, that crazy thing that makes us completely disregard common sense or intuition, and leads us to do things we would not normally do. It is an interesting concept, and it is strange that no one before Colbert came up with some sort of word or tag to describe this feeling. Truthiness has been a word for over a century, but no one ever thought of it the way Colbe

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    Moral Dillema Of Robert Latimer

    2276 words - 10 pages

    The debate of euthanasia is one that likely will not be resolved on our life time. The value of life pitted against ones autonomy to decide what to do with that life is seen as always conflicting in times when euthanasia becomes an option. The case in question here is that of Robert Latimer, the father of Tracy Latimer who suffered from cerebral palsy and was a quadriplegic. Robert claimed he could no longer allow his daughter to suffer and subsequently to put her in a car with a hose attached from the exhaust pipe to the inside of the car; in a short while, Tracy Latimer was dead. This case

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    Management Skills

    2963 words - 12 pages

    Management Skills 2. Principals of leading and managing effective teams 2.2 Establishing and managing effective teams It is important individual team members share the same beliefs and aims, show commitment towards the work and other team members, have an acceptance of the values and norms established by the team, form trust, express open communication and resolve conflict among themselves. Mullins (2007, p.311) In order to establish and manage an effective team the following must be taken into consideration:  Size - Limited  Selection – Crucial  Lea

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    Taxation And Price Control On The Economy

    1019 words - 5 pages

    Running head: TAXATION AND PRIVE CONTROL ON THE ECONOMY Taxation and Price Control on the Economy March 22, 2009 Taxation, a system of raising money to back our government, in which all governments require payments of money—taxes—from people. The government use tax money to pay for expenses that are well needed such as: the service of America soldiers, police officers service, hospitals and the list go on. Without taxes to fund its endeavors, the government could not exist. Is the tax levied (imposed) on the producers or consumers? Every walk of life has to

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    The Illinois Budget Crisis Creates Fear In Illinoisans

    1829 words - 8 pages

    The Illinois Budget Crisis Creates Fear in Illinoisans 3/18/2010 Business 30211652 ? The Illinois budget crisis is causing panic and menaces to produce both greater uncertainty and more unemployment as the state becomes one of 10 most troubled economies in the United States (Colindres). At present, the numbers appear at a stagnant 10% for those unemployed. Furthermore, Governor Pat Quinn seems to be using more of the same tactics in 2011 as he did in 2010. The Chicago Sun-Times, on its March 10 story about this crisis, mentions that Quinn’s plan is to issue debt to acquire nearly

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    Chicago Politics

    2275 words - 10 pages

    Running Head: Chicago Politics Chicago Politics: How did Chicago Become so Corrupted? Alexander Elorriaga LaGrange College December 04, 2009 Abstract Chicago has been one of the most corrupted cities in the U.S. since the 19th century. Political “experts point to a political culture that's been in place for more than 100 years” (Engber 2006). Political machine power has always been the style of government that has ruled Chicago. Its large poor immigrant community made it easier for political leaders and mob bosses to gain power through patronage. Under this style of power

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    Bali And Its Carrying Capacity

    1845 words - 8 pages

    Located between Java and Lombok, situated at 8 to 9 degrees south of the equator with the Java Sea to the north, the Indian Ocean to the south is the island of Bali. Bali covers an area of 5,636 km2 or 0.29% of Indonesia, measuring just 90km long the north-south axis and less than about 140km from west to east. Bali is among the 17,500 islands across the Indonesian archipelago that makes Indonesia the world’s largest archipelagic country. With a population recorded as 3,551,000 in 2009, the island is home to the vast majority of Indonesia's small Hindu minority. About 93.2% of Bali's populatio

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    Analysis Whole Foods

    1617 words - 7 pages

    Running Head: Analysis Whole Foods Market Whole Foods Market Overview This paper will give an analysis of a case study from our text book Strategic Management (Pearce & Robinson, 2009); Whole Foods Market 2007. The paper will give an overview of the effectiveness of their strategic planning. The strategic planning from when this case was issued to the present and into the future to determine if the progression of the company’s mission and goals. The effective management style shows that the employees like to work for them according to Fortune magazine (Feb. 2009 issue), where they

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    Globalization Is Not Terrorism

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    Globalization is not terrorism In Terrorists R’ US(“Culture Jammers”, Adbusters August 2004), Mr. Ziauddin Sardar, the author of “American Dream Global Nightmare” , believes that a more hideous and planned terrorism is pursued by the free market policies of the US led developed world against the developing and under developed countries of the world. However at the same time he is hopeful that “The future need not be an extension of the past or the present. It can be shaped, decolonized and made more equitable and just.” Supported by ample statistical data in his article, Mr. Sardar reason

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    Free Trade Gone Wild

    1297 words - 6 pages

    Economic repercussions from the financial meltdown of 2008 include; soaring worldwide unemployment, plummeting stock markets around the world, bail out packages for financial sectors of even the wealthiest countries, many also lost their life savings and in many cases their homes. Studies estimate economic losses resulting from the 2008 economic collapse are in the trillions so far (khatiwada 2009, 1). In this increasingly interconnected world the financial crisis has affected almost everyone’s livelihood. Leading factors of the global meltdown have yet to be resolved. This essay seeks to expl

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    Outfoxed Ruppert Murdoch War On News

    1370 words - 6 pages

    In a season of important news stories, this should be at the top. Most would probably concede that the FOX News channel is right-leaning, and most would probably say they lean to the point that they fall over, but Outfoxed clearly brings it together in a more cohesive manner.   The amount of commentary to pay the appropriate attention to this matter will require two separate articles, this being the first. As I stated in the preview, Greenwald uses four areas, which he states when seen together, amount to a clear pattern of propaganda, and not journalism. Those areas are:   Clips from FOX

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    Universal Health Care

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    Universal Healthcare The Debate Gracen Parker October 9, 2009 The health care reform debate has been a long and fierce one, and with good reason: with the wellbeing of the nation at stake, the debate has centered on the role of government and the market with regards to regulating, controlling and managing the healthcare system. While the debate is complex and multivariate, the fundamental divide on Capitol Hill is still overwhelmingly between advocates of an increased governmental role and those opposing it. The system that emerges must be one of reduced w

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    Colombia Swot Agriculture Sugarcane Industry

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    Colombia Strengths • Political Stability: Republic that is lead by a presidential form of government, an election is held, presidential candidate is elected by majority rule for a term of four years • Legal Protections: Legal system has a legislative origin that is based on the written law, rather than the common or judicial law • Competitors: I could not find any local manufacturers of sugarcane harvesters, although there are some retail outlets that carry sugarcane harvesters. • Economic Stability: Economy is currently in a period of growth. “Colombian central bank President Jose

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    Everyone Loves A Parade Sarah Palin S Remarkable

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    Everyone Loves a Parade: Sarah Palin’s Remarkable Day on Media’s Main Street When marketing guru Harry Beckwith coined the phrase “bad press is better than no press,” he could very well have been talking about Sarah Palin’s adventure as John McCain’s running mate on the Republican ticket in the 2008 presidential election. And, if mere quantity of press and public recognition could be used as a measure of one’s success, than Palin was indeed remarkably successful. Palin’s entrance onto the national stage was a reporter’s dream and a publisher’s bank roll; she was a new, fresh, and entert

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    Sensitivity Analysis Plan

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    Plan: Company: Zara, Primark or McDonalds Latest: 31st October, 2011 Limit: 20pages / 7000words Term paper: Start date:                                    End date: 10.10.2011, 09:00      10.11.2011, 12:00   The paper’s front page must contain the following information: Student ID number (7 digits – to be placed in the heading with right alignment. The students’ names must not be written on the front page.) Examination code, course name and subject title Date of submission and deadline Examination location Marked“Confidential”,if applicable   Recommen

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    Chris Pearson Is A Loser

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    Lindsey's Profile · Chris's Profile · Lindsey's Wall ? Lindsey ReederChris Pearsonfag. Top of Form 1 ????about an hour ago ·LikeUnlike · Comment · See Friendship ? Chris Pearson likes this. ? Chris Pearson What did I do about an hour ago · LikeUnlike ? Lindsey Reeder your a fag to me, all the time. about an hour ago · LikeUnlike ? Chris Pearson How about an hour ago · LikeUnlike ? Lindsey Reeder have you seeen how youu talkkk to me ? wow, and chloe doesn't like girls, someone hacked her, so shut the fuck up. about an hour ago · LikeUnlike ? Chris Pearson Wow stic

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    Business Ethics Case

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    Business Ethics Case University of Phoenix Business Law Bus/415 Dr. Judith C. Haggerty September 28, 2010 Business Ethics Case The National Enquirer, Incorporated is based in Boca Raton, Florida; this type of publication is also known as a tabloid. The type of media reported predominantly is about celebrities, there have been instances in which certain stories are untrue. Many of the stories hurt people’s reputations and cause personal discomfort. Therefore, the National Enquirer can have a lawsuit in their hands. American Media Operations Incorporated owns the National Enquirer, Inc.

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    Cnn Vs Huffington Post

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    While comparing CNN News and Huffington Post News, I have found them to be similar in certain ways and different in other ways. My premise is based on bias, depth of coverage, and presentation. Both news agencies are informative and current for the news story I have chosen to evaluate. Huffington News’ website is very lengthy and descriptive; it lacks objectivity, in-depth coverage and it offers less multimedia. CNN News’ website, however, offers quite a variety of multimedia within the text easy to follow storylines. After completing my evaluation with these criterions, I have determined

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    Kudler Fine Foods

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    Kudler Fine Foods Purchasing System Analysis Chris Martin University of Phoenix BSA/502 BUSINESS SYSTEMS II Rocky Riviera 01/10/2010 Abstract This paper will review the current business requirements of the Kudler Fine Foods Purchasing System and make recommendations for potential technology solutions to support their objectives to refocus their purchasing system to from a loosely connected internal purchase order system to a centralized internet based order processing and procurement system that will improve the accuracy, processing time, and inventory levels, while reducing the cost

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    The New York Times

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    The New York Times The New York Times The New York Times is an American daily newspaper founded and continuously published in New York City since 1851. Although it remains both the largest local metropolitan newspaper in the United States as well as third largest overall behind The Wall Street Journal and USA Today, the weekday circulation of the paper has nonetheless fallen precipitously in recent years to fewer than one million copies daily for the first time since the 1980s. Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. was named chairman of The New York Times Company in 1997. In 2003, though, he faced

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    Paper

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    PART1: You are the news director of a local television station. The city council has just voted to close city parks 3 days a week to save money. Meanwhile, a major celebrity has died. The park story has greater effect on your viewers, but the celebrity death will get bigger ratings? Which do you make your lead story and why? The sponsors of news and the audience indirectly control the news media just like any other business venture. The society one way or the other dictates what is to be watched on television. Although the closing of City Park for three days story will have a greater effect

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    The Afffect Of Privatization On Mental Health

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    The Affect Privatization Has On Mental Health Services In order to improve cost-effectiveness and quality, states have made an attempt to privatize mental-health care in Wake County and across the state. In other words, they are trying to save money and reduce the cost of their budget, but in reality they are decreasing the quality of service. Since privatization has taken place, it has affected the delivery of services to mental-health clients in several ways. When previously government-provided services are turned over to private sectors, it can have a tremendous impact on patients who ar

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    The Media And How I See It

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    The Media And How I See It I used to think that the media started running amuck with sensationalism and political bias within the last decade or so. I also had the opinion that they should be responsible and tasteful news reporters and journalists and they aren’t allowed to be biased. Sure, there was some sensationalism in their reporting but not to the extent that it is today. That is what I thought, until I became a news junkie. As a nation we are overwhelmed by the number of cable and satellite news programs available. We are barraged with political bias and sleazy sensa

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    Values Portrayed In Popular Media

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    Values Portrayed in Popular Media Eileen Santos Eng. 122 Prof. Kathy Conner Date August 8, 2011 Values Portrayed by Popular Media Introduction In choosing to research the values portrayed in Popular Media, my plan was to add the values of Social Media. And to find out what differences Popular Media and Social Media had with their values, media style, timely matter and censorship while feeding us our daily news? My research for the Popular Media will be through the Public Broadcast News Stations like: ABC, CBS, and CNN. My research for the Social Media will be through our Soci

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    Blogosphere Vs Traditional Media

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    Tim LaBeau Martin Plunkett Expository Writing 17 November 2011 “Blogosphere vs. Traditional Media” The relatively new blogosphere world has sparked debate whether this new forum is a “golden era” for public communication, or harmful to democracy. An analysis of traditional broadcast and print media versus the blogosphere provides insight to the differences, benefits and detriments within the two forms of media. The recent controversy of French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, whispering aloud to American President, Barack Obama, has been handled by both forms of media and the differences in

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    Media Bias

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    Society of Professional Journalists states in their SPJ Code of Ethics that journalist should seek truth and report it and they should be honest, fair and courageous in gathering, reporting and interpreting information. They also state that journalists should act independently and they should be free of obligation to any interest other than the public’s right to know. Society of Professional Journalists code of ethics also set forts that journalist should treat sources, subjects and colleagues as human beings deserving of respect. Given today’s mass media do journalist follow these code of eth

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    Cool

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    ass Media November 3rd, 2011 Chapter 8 Review gatekeepers- media people influencing messages en route. news- a report on change objectivity- a concept in journalism that news should be gathered and told value-free. soft news- geared to satisfying audience’s information wants, not needs. yellow period- Late 1800’s, marked by sensationalism. aggregation sites- news sites that regurgitate news compiled from elsewhere or that offer pass-through links to other news. Alien and Sedition acts- Discouraged criticism of government. Distributive journalism- Information in

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    Tender Process

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    |PHAR 6615 | |Tender Process in India | |Spring 2011 | |3/21/2011 | Tender has its own broad meaning-to solicit the offers for additional items, work or services from third party. Tender offer c

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    Jhfghl

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    Features of English Newspaper Headlines Lexical Features of English Newspaper Headlines Lexical features of English newspaper headlines can mainly include four parts. They are exemplified as follows. [1] Abbreviation Abbreviation, which is used in a large quantity in English newspaper, means “A shortened form of a word or phrase used chiefly in writing to represent the complete form”. Generally speaking there are 3 kinds of Abbreviations used in the newspaper. ? Abbreviation for organizations Examples: UNESCO = United Nations Educational, Scientific and Culture Organization

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    2004 Vs 2008 Elections

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    2004 vs. 2008 elections Apart from different candidates, the mood of America had shifted from 2004 to 2008.The media played a role in how the public viewed the topics at play. How the candidates communicated to the public also made these two election years starkly different from each other. In 2004, the Bush Jr. vs. Kerry campaign showcased different points of views that resonated deeply along party lines. Bush’s conservative view highlighted national security, a strong moral code, and less government in business. His “War on Terror” and the recent uplift in the economy struck

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    Peter Berglez Global Journalism

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    WHAT IS GLOBAL JOURNALISM? Theoretical and empirical conceptualisations Peter Berglez In this article, I argue that the emergence of transnational crises and threats such as the Muhammad cartoons controversy, the avian flu epidemic and climate change, call for new ways of analysing news. The point of departure is that news media content seems to be becoming more and more deterritorialised, involving complex relations and flows across national borders and continents. In a globalising world, news on politics, ecological processes, agriculture etc. could thus become endowed with a global outl

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    Stratigy

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    Kudler Fine Foods-Strategy Brian R. Duncan University of Phoenix MBA-502 July 27, 2008 “Strategic competitiveness can be attained only when the firm’s selected structure is congruent with its formulated strategy” (Gomez-Mejia et al., Chapter 7, pg 28). Kudler Fine Foods continues to manifest growth based on Mrs. Kudler’s original vision of a one stop gourmet food store. Having direct control over hiring, ordering and customer service, she has built the company into an expanding entity. The following is a discussion of strategy implementati

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    Hashtags

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    Origin on Twitter Hashtags were invented on Twitter by Chris Messina.[3] He posted the alleged first post on Twitter to include what would become the "hashtag": “ how do you feel about using # (pound) for groups. As in #barcamp [msg]? ” —Chris Messina, ("factoryjoe"), August 23, 2007[4] The first high-profile application of the hashtag was by San Diego, California resident Nate Ritter, who included #sandiegofire in his frequent posts on the October 2007 California wildfires hitting San Diego County. Internationally, the hashtag became a practice of writing style for Twitter posts during

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    Interpreting Macroeconomic Conditions

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    Interpreting Macroeconomic Conditions And Its Impact On Wal-Mart And Starbucks Both corporations, Wal-Mart and Starbucks, despite being in different industries, share the same, one goal- market domination. They each overtake their industry, operate with low costs, hire low paid stuff, and cause many small, local companies to go out of business. Nevertheless they are not being treated the same by the society; many people hate Wal-Mart, but does not mind Starbucks. Is the double standard caused by the great public relations sector, or is it just people ignorance for facts. Wal-Mart Stores,

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    Logos Pathos Ethos

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    Analyzing: “Plugged In, Tuned Out” With the rise of popularity in the media, some fear that young Americans are becoming less exposed to the news. Many adults who grew up watching the news and reading newspapers fear that with this lack of exposure, young Americans will fail to obtain knowledge of the world’s most vital current affairs. When it comes to proposing an effective argument, appeals such as logos, ethos, pathos and kairos are used to persuade the audience in a particular direction. Logos refers to the use of logic appeal to attract the reader into a rational argument. In “Plugged

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