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Contents Abstract Introduction An Historical overview of the British Press Class Structures and Stereotyping Amongst the British Case Study: Press coverage of the Rhys Jones murder Conclusion References Abstract The purpose of this study is to assess the role of the British Press and its ability to maintain class stereotypes through the contrived and manipulative use of emotive lang...
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Journalism essays / Inland Beach
INLAND BEACH by Margaret Creal Margaret Creal leaves us with plenty to ponder about as her use of symbolism is used to describe the strength and wisdom of women along with the miracle of birth. Margaret Creal uses symbolism to link the fragility of birth to the delicateness of life. Margaret Creal describes the scenery at the beginning to illustrate what the surrounding beach lo...
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Informal Essay on “The Turn of the Screw” A young gentleman named Miles died yesterday. There are many mysteries surrounding his death. His sole protector and guardian, the Governess of Bly, claims that supernatural forces overtook the child. After the autopsy, I found her accusations to be nonsense. The child died of a heart attack, out of fright. He was scared to the point ...
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Journalism essays / Black Like Me
Name: Alex Vetter Title: Black Like Me Author: John Howard Griffin Genre: Non-Fiction Copyright: 1976 Publisher: Penguin Books USA Inc. Pages: 176 Obtained: EKFC Library Black Like Me is a non-fiction book written by John Howard Griffin about what a black, middle-aged man has to go through every day in the Deep South. To find out what it is like to be a Negro, Griffin changes hi...
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Journalism essays / Dorothea Lange
Dorothea Lange was born on May 25, 1895 in Hoboken New Jersey. Her real name was Dorothea Nutzhorn. She attended a teacher-training school before studying to become a photographer with Clarence White. Dorothea opened up a photography studio in San Francisco, California in 1916. Dorothea took many pictures during the Depression and of the World War. Dorothea Lange led a very busy life. Dor...
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Journalism essays / Anne Sexton
Anne Gray Harvey was born into an upper-middle class family in Newton, Massachusetts on November 9, 1928. She attended Rogers Preparatory School and a Boston finishing school known as The Garland School. In 1948, she eloped with Alfred Muller Sexton just a few months before her twentieth birthday. Anne Sexton received a scholarship from the Hart Agency in Boston, and worked there as...
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Journalism essays / Harley-Davidson
There are many stories about who made the first motorcycle. One of the early forms of motorcycles was a wooden framed bike with steam a engine on it. This is one of the first motorcycles ever built. But the founder had his son try it out and the engine started his pants on fire so the creator decided that there is probably no future for this type of machine. No I am not about to tell you th...
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Journalism essays / Dental Hygenistry
Interview with Three Dental Hygenists from MeridianDental CenterBy Shannon Harmon and Rachael Rasmusen On January 17 we interviewed three different dental hygenists at Meridian Dental Center.The hygenists we interviewed were Sharon Skiers, Nona Groesbeck, and Marian. What training or education did you have before beginning this job? Sharon: 4 years of college at U of W. 2 years predental...
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Journalism essays / Allen Ginsberg
Allen Ginsberg Allen Ginsberg was born in Newark, New Jersey on June 3, 1926. His father, Louis Ginsberg, was a published poet and a high school teacher. His mother, Naomi, was a radical Communist, paranoid, psychotic, and died in a mental institution in 1956. Ginsberg also had a brother who became a lawyer in Paterson, New Jersey. Ginsberg s childhood was very complicated. Ginsberg s mother onl...
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Journalism essays / Multiple Intelligences
Journal Article Review The article that is to be reviewed is "Identification of giftedness in culturally diverse groups" by Wilma Vialle in Gifted Education International, 1999, Vol 13, pp 250 -257. In this article Vialle (1999) recognises the under representation of disadvantaged students in educationally gifted programs. Vialle identifies the disadvantaged students as being childre...
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Journalism essays / Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, was the widow of John F. Kennedy the 35th President of the United States of America and of Aristotle S. Onassis, a Greek businessman. Jackie was constantly in the spotlight during her years as First Lady and afterward, we admired her self-possession over things, beauty, and grace. She was known to the public as “Jackie,” and in her later years as &#...
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Journalism essays / The Interview Paper
The Interview Paper Interviewer : Chen Siu Ming Interviewee : Wanman Stoneman Chan Date : 02 – 17 - 1998 Description of Stoneman Stoneman is ninetieth-years-old. He is a 5 feet 8 inch Chinese boy. He has a big nose but small eyes with glasses. By looking at his mouth, you will think that he is a talkative boy because of his big mouth, but not. He is a passive person. If yo...
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Repeated images of Angela Bari living an imprisoned life in Voices by Dacia Maraini play an important role in book. The internal and external forces surrounding Angela Bari lead her to a life of confinement and domination. If Angela Bari had broken away from her confinement she may have prevented her untimely death by exposing the ill ways of her stepfather, Glauco Elia. Angela s secretiveness, ...
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Journalism essays / Violet
As Violet bathed, she paid special attention to her tattoos, each one reminding her of a unique event in her life, like an epidermal scrapbook: the rose on her bicep where she'd tattooed over Lenny's name, the serpent vining it's way around her ankle, the spider creeping up her right breast (so realistic that it sometimes startled her while dressing), the yin-yang on the back of her left ha...
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Journalism essays / Condoms In High Schools
Condoms in High Schools"More than half of American teenagers have had sexual intercourse and face significant sexual health risks. Each year, over one million teenagers become pregnant, one in seven teenagers contract an STD, and one in five hundred students on collage campuses are infected with HIV."-The National Coalition To Support Sexuality EducationThe coalition above is made up of ov...
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Nicole Haagenson Interview with modern American woman Ora Frasier Harrison was born in the small town of Cleora, Oklahoma in the early thirties. Ora has an appropriately large view of the world. Even when Ora realized her talent for working with numbers didn’t jive with her talent for being a member of the female gender, she journeyed on, appropriating a large view of the opportun...
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Journalism essays / The Actual
It all starts with Harry Trellman, an entrepreneur from Chicago, who at the beginning of the story narrates his life in a nutshell. He is a smart man, who was esoteric when comes to analyzing people. He starts out by saying that he was put into an orphanage, and how he had an Asian expression on his face. He said he was put into an orphanage because his mother had a disease of the joint...
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Exotic Dancer Tracy Williams, stage name “Demure”, is a nineteen year old African American. She is employed at a popular gentlemen’s club in South Central Los Angeles. Tracy is studying for a degree in sociology part-time because she has a daughter to look after. Next year, she will attend school full-time. Raised an “army brat”, Tracy loves to read books about places and p...
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Journalism essays / American People
American people Coming to the United States has been the biggest step in my life. This decision is to finish my studies, become a dentist. And offer help for people in my country. Because I was afraid to come here, I asked everyone about life in the US. For me it was a mystery. I did not know what to expect how do American people live? How do they treat foreign people? All of these questions w...
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 John Steinbeck was a man of many talents. One of them being writing, he used several parts of his life to write this novel. Where he grew up, his failures, and his daily chores all became a part of his story. In his novel, he does not describe all the details of his personal life, but he makes unmentioned parallels which can be linked up to most of his life. The assumption o...
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Journalism essays / The World Of Photography
The world of photography, especially in journalism, is a complex weave of structure, sight, composition, light, and texture. So there is no wonder that some photographers must face a very important decision—staging versus fate. While both illustrate the skills involved in taking pictures, these “directors” must often choose their style (fate/staged) for both shots, no ...
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Journalism essays / Biography Of Oscar Wilde
Oscar Wilde was born in 1854 and grew up in an intellectually influenced Irish home. His mother was a poet who wrote under the pen name Speranza and his father was a well-known physician with an interest in myths and folk tale. This was a very literature oriented family. At Oxford he won a coveted poetry award and was swayed by the late nineteenth century aesthetic movement. He found its idea o...
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The Life and Death of M.F.K. Fisher M.F.K. Fishers full name is Mary Frances Kennedy Fisher, she was born in Albion, Michigan on July 3,1908 and died at the age of eighty - three suffering from Parkinson's disease. Fisher was raised in Whittier California, by Episcopalian parents. Her father purchased the Daily new's in Whittier in 1911 which in turn caused "Fisher to grow up surrounded...
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Journalism essays / Albert Camus
ALBERT CAMUS-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Happiness and the absurd are two sons of the same earth. They are inseparable" (from The Myth of Sisyphus)Society is wrong, says French writer Albert Camus. Throughout history people have been taught that adversity yields struggle and anguish, and therefore is a cause of grief which should be avoid...
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How much of what your read in a paper or magazine, or hear on the television is actually the true story, and how much of it has been altered by a corporation who wishes to control what you hear? The public should feel that they are getting the whole story, not a story approved by an executive, taking out content that is damaging to the parent corporation or something they just don t agree with....
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Journalism essays / Alexander Hamilton 2
Through American history, few people have made the significant impact that Alexander Hamilton made for himself through his influential and moving use of journalism. Alexander Hamilton was born as the illegitimate son to James Hamilton and Rachel Faucett Lavien in Nevis (a Caribbean island) circa January 11, 1757. Eventually his father would abandon him as well as his brother and mother after mov...
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Journalism essays / History Of Photojournalism
The History of Photojournalism A picture is worth a thousand words. Who among us hasn t heard that said before. Butalthough overused, it s also very insightful. Pictures can be used to relay an infinite amount ofemotions to the viewers, and all without the use of a single word. In photojournalism, acombination of words and pictures is used to tell a story with more effect than any sin...
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Journalism essays / Journalistic Integrity
The Media s Role in Informing the Public We do not often print everything we know, reveals David Lawerence, publisher of the Miami Herald (qtd. in Valente 4). There is a contrast between printing everything that is known, selecting information to disregard, and presenting information that is simply false. This difference has an impact on society. Media personnel representing a major bias a...
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Journalism essays / 3 Great Photographers
Robert Capa Robert Capa was born in Budapest on October 22, 1913 named Endre Erno Friedmann. He exiled from Hungary for leftist student activity and enrolled in the Deutsche Hochschhule fur Poltik to study Journalism. He began working as a darkroom assistant in 1932 in an important photo agency. He received his first break wjhen Simon Guttmann notices his talent. He sent him out to ...
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A Thousand Words Several professions, some more tasteful than others, have been dubbed with the title The World s Oldest Profession . Among all in contention the winner must be found in communication. Each time an infant wails its way out of the womb it confirms the human drive to communicate. Tribal dance, cave paintings, scribes, and the town cryer are all predecessors to the modern jour...
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Journalism essays / The Argument Culture
In The Argument Culture, Deborah Tannen describes our adversarial society in debates and dialogues. Tannen discusses our culture?s style of seeing issues, questions, and conflicts as having two sides that battle each other for one goal, victory. She says that not only does this argument culture or culture of critique we live in make life more challenging and alienating, it also reduces the amo...
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Journalism essays / "I Can Fly A Kite"
I can fly a kite, make a great roast beef sandwich, read an entire Patricia Cornwell paperback book in less than a day and change a diaper without flinching. These characteristics combined are what separate me from the hundreds of other students that apply to Lynchburg College, that and the fact that I am applying with only one week left before classes start. Writing this college essay ...
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Journalism essays / Death Penalty
The risk of executing the innocent precludes the use of the death penalty. The death penalty alone imposes an irrevocable sentence. Once an inmate is executed, nothing can be done to make amends if a mistake has been made. There is considerable evidence that many mistakes have been made in sentencing people to death. Since 1973, at least 88 people have been released from death row aft...
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Journalism essays / Media
Media Awareness The case that I decided to focus on is an older abuse case, but it has recently been resolved in the courts. It is a child abuse case involving James and Bonnie Zeleski. They were both charged with abusing their infant daughter. The child was brought to the hospital with a fracture in each leg, a fracture in each arm, a thigh fracture, three broken ribs, a ripped es...
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Robert Maynard Pirsig was born in Minneapolis on September 6, 1928. After high school Pirsig decided to join the army and from the ages of 18 to 22 served the United States. Once discharged, he decided to study at the University of Minnesota. Here he obtained degrees in philosophy and journalism.(1) Once finished, Pirsig decided to travel to India. He talks about this trip in his book, st...
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Journalism essays / William Jennings Bryan
William Jennings Bryan William Jennings Bryan was a lawyer and a statesman who changed our nation for the better. Although he had many failed attempts at becoming president, he managed to change government with his innovative ideas. He showed the nation it s problems and fixed them; all the while meeting the publics needs. Bryan was born in Salem, Illinois in 1860. His father was an unsuc...
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Journalism essays / Call To Arms
World War One. The first great tragedy of humanity. That is of course excluding love and life. Combine all three and you find one of the most masterfully written novels about life, love, and war that could only be written by Ernest Hemingway. Born July 21, 1899 in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, Hemingway started his literary career when he was hired as a reporter for the Kansa...
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Journalism essays / Spanish-American War
THESIS : “ The United States didn’t want to get involved in the Spanish-American War, but was dragged into it due to yellow journalism, they wanted to control the seas, and wanted complete control over Cuba.” The Spanish-American War - “The Splendid Little War” Pia DeAngelis Mr. Fishman Period 7 For 113 days during the summer of 1898, the United States was at war with ...
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“The Permanent Campaign” was written by Norman J. Ornstein and Amy S. Mitchell. This article appeared first in The World & I, in January 1997. Norman Ornstein is regarded as one of our nation’s foremost experts on Congress. Mr. Ornstein received a Ph.D.. from the University of Michigan, he writes for the New York Times, USA Today, Washington Post, and he has a regular column i...
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Journalism essays / Farewell To Arms
World War One. The first great tragedy of humanity. That is of course excluding love and life. Combine all three and you find one of the most masterfully written novels about life, love, and war that could only be written by Ernest Hemingway. Born July 21, 1899 in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, Hemingway started his literary career when he was hired as a reporter for the Kansas Cit...
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Journalism essays / Garcia Marquez
Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Influences Gabriel García Márquez, a Colombian-born writer of astonishing skill, is thought by many to be one of the world's greatest living authors and is responsible for awakening interest in Latin American literature with his style of writing. He is considered one of the pioneers of "Magical Realism," a style of writing that brings together realism and f...
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Journalism essays / The Permanent Campaign
The Permanent Campaign was written by Norman J. Ornstein and Amy S. Mitchell. This article appeared first in The World & I, in January 1997. Norman Ornstein is regarded as one of our nation s foremost experts on Congress. Mr. Ornstein received a Ph.D.. from the University of Michigan, he writes for the NewYork Times, USA Today, Washington Post, and he has a regular column in Roll Call newspa...
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Journalism essays / Journalism
Journalism/Media/Television 27 Influential Years of 60 Minutes 27 Years of Influential 60 Minutes Since 1968 America has been better enlightened than previously concerning current events and happenings around the world. A considerable factor for this occurrence is the television program 60 Minutes which debuted on the air in September of 1968. Many other television newsmagazines have ...
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Journalism essays / Lady Bird Johnson
LADY BIRD JOHNSON Claudia Alta Taylor was born in a country mansion near Karnack, Texas, she was given the nickname "Lady Bird" when she was just a child; and by this name she is still known today. Her mother, Minnie Pattillo Taylor, died when Claudia (Lady Bird) was only five, so she was raised by her father, her aunt, and the family servants. From her father, Thomas Jefferson Taylor, she lear...
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Journalism essays / Mumia Abu-Jamal
Free Mumia Abu-Jamal A political prisoner is both a fellow citizen who received an unfair trial and a powerful symbol for those of us who are convinced this unfairness partly results from their political beliefs-beliefs that highlight the criminal justice system as a structure of unfairness. For example Nelson Mandela a South African political activist and lawyer Nelson was the organizatio...
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Journalism essays / Media And Democracy
Americans have never been truly fond of their press. Through the last decade, however, their disdain for the media establishment has reached new levels. Americans believe that the media have become too arrogant, cynical, scandal-minded, and destructive. Public hostility shows up in opinion polls, through comments on talk shows, in waning support for news organizations in their showdowns with gov...
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English Composition 1 Paper#4: Persuasion: Draft 2: Nowadays, people never stand still to think about the quality of the information that they absorb. The consuming of daily news has become a very important factor in our everyday lives so that most of us just accept what we read and don t look for anything else. I have time and again found out that there is more to a lot of stories than we w...
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The causes and signs of America’s sudden turn toward international involvement at the end of the nineteenth century were new markets, which were needed because of an increase in population, wealth, and production. The imperialistic tendencies of other nations, particularly Africa and China, caused competition for the United States and motivated them to seek out new territories. The po...
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Journalism essays / History Of Women
Truman Capote, one of America's more colorful literary personalities, was born in New Orleans in 1924 and died in California in 1984. He wrote both fiction and non-fiction -- short stories, novels and novellas, travel writing, profiles, reportage, memoirs, plays and films. His work of fiction that is probably most well-known (although not many people know that Capote wrote it) is the novella Bre...
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Journalism essays / Psychoanalytic Criticism
PSYCHOANALYTIC CRITICISM 'THE FIRST STONE ' Helen Garners controversial novel The First Stone (1995) tells the story of a sexual harassment case in a Melbourne university, and attempts to analyse the power relations between men and women. By applying psychoanalytic criticism to this novel it clearly becomes an interesting work of investigative journalism that could be classed as valued Austral...
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Journalism essays / Bias In The Media
BIAS IN THE MEDIA Bias in the media is viewed as the unbalanced or otherwise sensationalized reporting of events or ideals, which may reflect the beliefs of those in the media and not the population as a whole. The media can persuade the population to view events, proposals, or agendas in a liberal or conservative manner. It is argued that these media organizations are not covering assignments ...
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Journalism essays / Entertainment And News
Entertainment and News The difference between news and entertainment is that news is events occurring that have an impact in the lives of the people involves, while entertainment is information people seek for pleasure. News can be politics, tragedy, natural disasters, crime and other current events. Entertainment is celebrity information , human interest pieces, and sensationalism. Tabloid ne...
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Journalism essays / History Of Journalism
History of Journalism When you wake up in a bustling city like Toronto or a small rural town like Sarnia, what do you do? You probably pick up the latest copy of the Toronto Star, Globe & Mail or Toronto Sun from your doorsteps or closest newsstand. What do you listen to on the radio on the way to work? You listen to the news. What do you watch at 11:00 o'clock at night? You watch the news. Ne...
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Journalism essays / Up Close And Personal
“Up Close and Personal” The “Movie Up Close and Personal,” is a modern-day story about a young reporter, Tally Atwater (Michelle Pfeiffer), who is determined to make a place for herself in the broadcasting field as a news reporter. At a Miami, Florida based station, where she is given her first chance at making it, Atwater meets Warren Justice (Robert Redford), a ...
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Journalism essays / All The President's Men
All The President s Men, by Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward is a written account of twenty-one months of investigative reporting by two Washington Post journalists. The story detailing the reporters activities from the initial incident of the Watergate break-in to the subsequent collapse of the Nixon administration is replete with fundamental lessons for quality journalism and accurate report...
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Journalism essays / News Is A Verb
News Is a Verb: Journalism at the End of the Twentieth Century In Pete Hamill s News Is a Verb, Hamill offers an explanation of how newspapers have evolved during the past few decades and how fulfilling it has been to work for a newspaper. He introduces his readers to his passion and love for newspaper as well as encourages and distraught the meanings and duties of print journalism. He...
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Journalism essays / M.Twain
Samuel Clemens, alias Mark Twain, is an American icon whose razor-sharp wit and inimitable genius have entertained countless readers for more than a century. His many publications include such gallant childhood essentials as The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, along with many dozens of other works ranging from airy magazine columns to focused, biting anti-imperialist satire. He...
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Journalism essays / Dickens Biography
In the Charles Dickens novel, A Tale of Two Cities, symbolism in used to portray the themes though out the book. Through his characters and their actions as well as their surrounding he shows the theme of this book which is set around the French Revolution. Revenge and resurrection both are major themes that are projected by the symbolism as the novel unfolds with the events in Fran...
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Journalism essays / Yellow Journalism
The phrase yellow journalism is said to have been coined in the late nineteenth century (about 1867) to describe Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst's newspapers. Some say it came from controversies surrounding bitter struggles over Richard Felton Outcault's Yellow Kid. Accounts of the derivation are widespread in various dictionaries, histories, and chronicles of journalism. It ...
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The Ethical delimma of journalist Confidence and Privacy Society must have media law to protect confidentiality of people and organizations, as moral principles would not sometimes rescue them from journalism greed. The example of rape case would powerfully explain how important of media law is, in order to protect the victim. Furthermore, public figures such as Politicians and Film Stars are ...
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Journalism essays / Yellow Journalism
Did Boris Yeltsin really resign? The people of Russia were led to believe that on New Years Day, January 1st, President Boris Yeltsin suspiciously and suddenly resigned. Some people claim he was to old and to senile to finish his presidential term, others claim he was too sick, deathly sick, others claim he was just fed up with the horrible condition of the Russian Government. Still, a...
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Journalism essays / Student Rights
Student Rights! School today has a tense atmosphere at this point in time due to student’s rights. I have read a lot on student rights; I feel that a lot of student are restricted on school policies. One of the big current issues is about searching personal items and searching school property. “A search does not have to end because the school official found the item sought” (Sear...
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Journalism essays / Community College
Community CollegeHigh School graduation is a sense of accomplishment for everyone. Then in sets reality. The graduating class of 1996 is no different. There s Lisa, who has her future mapped out without exception. Bobby is a little confused but realizes where his goals will lead. Finally, undecided and unknowing, Tracy searches for an answer. Though these graduates have completely different...
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Journalism essays / Community College
High School graduation is a sense of accomplishment for everyone. Then in sets reality. The graduating class of 1996 is no different. There s Lisa, who has her future mapped out without exception. Bobby is a little confused but realizes where his goals will lead. Finally, undecided and unknowing, Tracy searches for an answer. Though these graduates have completely different academic goals, ...
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Journalism essays / Career Of A Journalist
Career of A Journalist A Day in the Life of a Journalist There are many types of journalists, from the local beat newspaper reporter to the foreign correspondent, from the magazine feature writer to the freelance book reviewer, so it is difficult to pin down the daily routine of the "average" journalist. Journalists interview sources and review records to assemble, collect, and repor...
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Journalism essays / Preventive Journalism
It seems odd to speak of "preventive journalism" and preventive democracy in the same breath when it is a known fact that the media anre more focused on conflict and controversy than peace. War has become defines as news while peace certainly has not. What is good for the world, in other words, is not necessarily good for the news business. News contimually generates hostile feelings in the p...
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Get Gonzo: Not Your Cuddly Blue Haired Journalism Gonzo Journalism finds it s roots in New Journalism but takes it to the extreme. And no one else can do it like Hunter S. Thompson can do it (Hart 1). It is hard to deny this cult author the credit that is due him after a work of journalism/ literature/ fantasy like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the heart of the Ame...
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A Peoples Problem Both the Mexican War and the Spanish American War were caused by an outcry by the American people. The Mexican War could have been avoided if America s ideals of expansion did not dwarf Mexico s right to their land. Be it through Manifest Destiny as it was in the Mexican War or with the new ideas of imperialism in the Spanish-American war. The thing that had the most influence...
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Journalism essays / Ida B. Wells
January 28, 1999 Prof. Warren Metcalf History 1493 Ida B. Wells Ida B. Wells was dedicated to journalism and letting people know what is going on. With her journalism investigation instincts, she uses to identify what excuses the whites use to identify lynch campaign against blacks. In the following essay, I will explain what reasons for this vicious and sustained campaign of violence...
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Journalism essays / Pbs
PBS’s role is to ensure that there is a forum on television for subjects which otherwise may not be available on television. They entertain and educate children, represent the arts and provide music based programming. Also they are responsible for presenting controversial news stories without any biases. In theory they are free from the vices of advertising and greed. The public broad...
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How Sensationalism Affects Everyone Involved In today s society journalism is under close scrutiny and is losing its credibility. Sensationalism effects both those who receive it in addition to those who report it. This essay will review the history of sensationalism in the media, clearly demonstrate how sensationalism effects ours views on journalism, and confront the ethical dilemmas that j...
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Journalism essays / Rare Creatures
This now-famous book is one of those rare creatures - a real-life thriller that's actually interesting for the average person to read. Starting with a simple break-in at the Democratic headquarters in the Watergate Hotel, two reporters from the Washington Post followed the trail of money and corruption back to its source. If you haven't been living under a rock, you know exactly how this story t...
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Journalism essays / Media Changed By Audience
Changing audience forces media to change their ways It s no secret. During the past 40 years, the trust that was once invested in the media has slowly declined. In a poll conducted by the Gallup Organization in November 2000, journalists and reporters were given an average to low rating for honesty and ethical standards. Professions ranked lower than newspaper reporters in this poll were insura...
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In 1954, Sam Sheppard was accused of allegedly killing his wife, Marilyn. During this time, the media went absolutely wild. The way they obtained their stories was completely unlike any way they had gone about getting stories before. They completely invaded Sheppard's privacy to obtain “good” stories for their papers and television newscasts. Also, more stories were written ab...
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Journalism essays / Years Of Journalism
1. Briefly describe any professional experience in journalism. My experience in journalism has been multi-faceted throughout my college career. I have worked with photojournalism, marketing, design, and advertising. My experience in the area of photojournalism stemmed in high school while working for the yearbook and newspaper staff. My experience extended to college when I was employ...
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Journalism essays / Spanish-American War
Spanish-American War The Spanish-American War was different from many other wars because it did not deal with America’s rights; nevertheless it dealt with our issues over expansionism. The war was caused by yellow journalism, sinking of the main, and the de Lome letter in which he discussed his bad faith with America. The Spanish-American War was a “splendid little war”...
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Bibliography Bibliography Works Cited Associated Press. "Federal appeals court reverses fraud verdict against ABC in Food Lion case." available [online] http://www.gocarolinas.com/news/carolinas/1999/10/20/food_lion.html, February 18, 2000. This article, and this case in general was extremely helpful, containing valueable information regarding a case that strongly supported ...
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Journalism essays / Emerson
When I received the criteria for this essay I knew that writing this would be a personal challenge to myself. My motivation and interest in being a journalist is so vast that I knew that I would have trouble squeezing it all into a mere 500 word essay. In addition, I would have to list my experience in journalism. During my high school years I have accumulated so much experience due to ...
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Journalism essays / Yellow Journalism
Yellow journalism, or yellow press , refers to an unethical, irresponsible brand of journalism given to hoaxes, altered photographs, screaming headlines, scoops , frauds, and endless promotions of the newspapers themselves. This term was first used in the 1890 s to describe the competition between two rival New York City newspapers, the World, and the Journal. In 1883, Joseph Pulitzer purcha...
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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...
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Journalism essays / Objectivity In Journalism
Merriam Webster defines objectivity as expressing or dealing with facts or conditions as perceived without distortion by personal feelings, prejudices, or interpretations. Objectivity, as defined by the school of media ethics, means standing so far from the community that you see all events and all viewpoints as equally distant and important, or unimportant for that matter. It is employed...
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The Protagonist of a novel is the main character. The Protagonist of, The Color of Water, is James Mc Bride, also the author. He tells about his life story and about how he had to deal with a hard lifestyle growing up. He also tells the story from his mother, who also talks in the book. This novel is like a diary because James, in every chapter, writes about a different account in his life...
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Journalism essays / Thomas Kennerly Wolfe
Wolfe, Tom b. March 2, 1930, Richmond, Va., U.S. in full THOMAS KENNERLY WOLFE, JR. American novelist, journalist, and social commentator who is a leading critic of contemporary life and a proponent of New Journalism (the application of fiction-writing techniques to journalism). After studying at Washington and Lee University (B.A., 1951) and Yale University (Ph.D., 1957), Wolfe wr...
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American journalism has gone through many changes since its inception. Some of these changes have been good, while some have not been good. One of the changes in American journalism that has not been good is the lack of values. It seems that in recent years, (most recently with the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal) American journalism is more interested in making money rather then presenting a st...
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Journalism essays / Business Ethics
As an editor of a weekly magazine, there are many responsibilities. Upper management recently came to the editor and told him that sales have dipped dramatically. He was also told, that if things do not turnaround soon, heads will roll. Along comes a story that he knows is ethically wrong, but will sell many magazines. What should be done? Should he print the story, even though it is ethi...
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Journalism essays / Journalism Today
Summary Leads ( Why are they are effective) The summary lead is the most widely used lead. It provides a brief summary of the facts in the article in the first sentence. Summary leads work best in inverted pyramid stories. I think that summary leads are effective because if the reader has an interest in the subject after reading the short summary at the beginning, then they will read the...
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Journalism essays / Yellow Journalism
YELLOW JOURNALISM Yellow journalism is a moneymaking tactic that started a war and a new brand of reporting. Yellow Journalism has effected a lot of lives over the past one hundred years hat it has been around. It has brought out the worst in many people and it can really expose a person s life. On the other hand it can be of some ...
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I knew I was in for something different before even opening the book. On the cover of the book was a skull colored by the American flag, with swastikas in its eye sockets. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, as I had no idea who Hunter S. Thompson was. I opened the book and began to read through the author’s preface. Throughout were numerous references to drugs, sex, and pol...
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Journalism essays / Robert Cormier
Robert Cormier Robert Cormier was born on January 17, 1925, in Leominster, Massachusetts and has lived there for most of his life. He is the second of eight children in his family. When he was in elementary school his seventh-grade teacher read one of his poems and told him that it was very good and he could be a writer. When he was in college one of his teachers liked one of his stories so ...

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