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...Journalism Reading The reading is about the communicative nature of Twitter in spreading of messages. Twitter is one of the fastest growing social media communication platform with the ability to cover events happening instantly. Therefore, it plays a significant role in informing the public about events takings place in an area. The reading is very significant in the contemporary world since communication is fundamental in everyday life. The use of social media platforms in communication makes it easy for a number of people to access critical information. Twitter accounts are free to open and working with it is utterly easy. The reason behind the easy usage of twitter...
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...journalism makes significant contribution to news reporting. It has evolved as important platform for non-professional commoner who can share his/her experience and report pertinent social issues that impact the lives of people. It is often observed that within the mainstream media, the perspectives of various socially relevant issues do not necessarily reflect the personal experiences of the people. Moreover, despite promoting local news, the platform of citizen journalism inculcates greater sense of responsibility towards society and social issues and promotes critical thinking across people for developing wider perspectives of the issues. It also helps students... I strongly believe that citizen...
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Journalism
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...Journalism are to inform and educate the general public about domestic and international political developments. Apart from this prime role, the news media is also expected to serve as a dissenting voice against excesses of power. In other words, in an ideal world the press would act as faithful servants to the general public, earnestly endeavouring to inform and educate them. But the state of media in contemporary society is far from ideal, which is reflected in the news product (TV news programme or newspaper) as well as the processes involved in making the product (including editorial policy... , government censorship, advertiser pressure, etc). Instead of the media framework being set...
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Journalism
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...Journalism and the Internet Without a doubt, the role of technology has been immense within the different fields of life for a long period of time now. It does not cause much commotion when one understands the role of technology within the field of journalism. It is a fact that a proper use of language does have a long-lasting impact on the minds of the audience. The role of Internet, coming from the domains of technology is something that needs to be understood properly within the studies related with journalism. This is because Internet has, of late, played a quintessential role in the journalism ranks. Internet has helped develop the speed with which reports get fed in the news channels... ...
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Digital Journalism
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...JOURNALISM By of the of the of the School 8 May Introduction Curtis defines journalism as a practice of reviewing and reporting events, trends and issues to great audiences through broadcast, print and online media such as books, newspapers, magazines, television and radio stations, blogs, as well as mobile and social media (2011). Journalism involves many different roles like researching a story, shooting photos, editing stories, checking facts and planning issues. It informs people on what they want know about the world, by going where people cannot and will not, keeping daily activities of the government and other influential people, pulling together and organizing informative facts... DIGITAL...
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Hyperlocal journalism
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...Journalism Hyperlocal Journalism Hyperlocal journalism is also known as micro local journalism. According to Rodgers (2014), the term is used with reference to the coverage of various topics and events on a regional scale that is extremely small. For instance, there are those websites that only focus on a particular neighborhood. At times, they go as far as covering a particular section of block within a single area. Through hyperlocal journalism, news that are ignored by the larger and mainstream media outlets are highlighted. Most of the outlets tend to follow the most interesting stories that are related to citywide, regional or statewide audience. A proper example of a hyperlocal... Hyperlocal...
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Online Journalism
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...Journalism Introduction Online journalism is simply the reporting of news, facts which are disseminated through the internet or the online medium. Although many websites and online bulletins tend to inform people about news and events, it is the dissemination of supported and journalism backed information which categorizes it as online journalism. The source of the journalism that I online is usually lies with the brick and mortar news companies and organization, however in the eight years since 2000 internet as well as online journalism has coma long way, with online based websites providing news to readers on the internet exclusively. The main source of journalists and online... The Internet: Online...
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Investigative Journalism
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...Journalism... Members of the public are often deluded into believing that the work of the investigative journalist is glamorous, not to mention high-paying. Afterall, it is the investigative journalist that they see on their television screens, reporting breaking news from faraway places; it is the investigative journalist who uncovers government corruption and exposes the lies spoken by presidents and statesman; and it is the investigative journalist who brings us the truth despite all, often governmental, efforts to conceal it. What few stop to consider, or reflect upon, is the dangers which investigative journalists are exposed to. Global statistics, as researched by and presented in the Columbia...
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Online journalism
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...JOURNALISM, MASS MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION Task Online journalism, mass media and communication Question 2 Introduction As defined, online journalism is the comprehensive communication of facts when tenable and transferable effectively via the internet. Publishers and bloggers with experience and credentials ensure this through continuous internet updates. Clearly, internet updates give timely rhetoric, educative and cultural information, which is critical in shaping society members undertakings in various facets of life. Most researchers and academicians assert that the internet communication is a superior way to attain competitive advantage in this century. This is critical since timely... ONLINE...
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Convergent Journalism
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...journalism Convergent journalism of Convergent journalism Introduction Convergence journalism is simple and straightforward in definition. It can be defined as the journalism which is between print, broadcast and online journalism. It is team oriented in which all correspondents are involved in the procedure of coming to a decision in which set-up and arrangement particular outlook of the feature ought to be conveyed. It comprises of blogging, podcasting, video, print and visual narrative, photography and much more. This paper studies the concept of convergent journalism and how it differs from traditional journalism. It also presents an argument as to why trained journalists... Running Head: Convergent...
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Pack Journalism
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...Journalism A journalist is someone who gets shot at in a war zone so he can report back material that can't be broadcast because it might be toodisturbing. This is one of the funny descriptions given by Harry Shearer for what a journalist is. Thought it is funny but there is truth in here that needs world attention. Today, it does not need a war zone to get a journalist shot because many journalists are killed and murdered just about anywhere, even at the comfort of their house. It is very startling that incidence of these killings is proliferating all over the world. And this, makes the journalist work never be the same again. Sometimes, the government that should...
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Journalism Essay
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...Journalism is a major industry based on which many people survive. Journalism is a field that takes care of educating people with the current affairs. Any information is spread to the common public with the use of journalism. There are various forms in which people get to know about the worldly happenings, but all are done through a set of reporters who gather all such information. These data are put into some format that is easily understandable and then published. Journalism has grown in all aspects and has undergone many changes in due course of time. The information and communication technologies' growth led to the...
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Chinese Journalism
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...Journalism Utterly Lacks Professionalization INTRODUCTION In a generalised view, journalism can be described as a procedure of conveying true facts to the common public by effective evaluation and breaking down of news and other forms of information. The concept of journalism is based upon multiple principles which include the concepts such as truth principles, work independence, professionalism and information disclosurement ( Maras 20-50). In the earlier days, printed media forms were generally used for publishing journals... If One Defines Professionalization According To North American Ideals of Political Neutrality, Objectivity and Autonomy from Political Parties and Governments, Then Chinese...
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Digital Journalism
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...JOURNALISM Digital Journalism The field of journalism and mass communication has greatly changed over the years. The rise of the digital media has given rise to a parallel source of information and introduced new dimensions in how news items are reported. The over reliance of traditional forms of media such as newspapers has reduced. However, the digital media are yet to replace traditional media. This is because there is still a huge population that has no access to the internet. The most important aspect of the two forms of media has been the convergence of both, where traditional forms of media use the digital platform while the digital platform depends on traditional media as sources... DIGITAL...
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Journalism portfolio
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...JOURNALISM PORTFOLIO: A REFLECTION By 10th, January The portfolio comprises a number of works carried out on the Ray-Ban sunglasses. The Ray-Ban is a popular brand of sunglasses in the world. Therefore, it is of great interest as to why a single brand of sunglasses can gain such immense popularity across the globe, when there are other brands, which have not gained considerable brand popularity. Before embarking on researching the reasons behind Ray-Ban’s popularity, it was important to understand the company, its other products; apart from sunglasses, the challenges it faces in the market, and its marketing strategies, as all these contribute to the strengthening of the brand of the company...
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Literary journalism
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...journalism Each of these three stories provides insight into their They are all examples of contemporary American journalism, even if some are more successful than others. I will briefly summarize each, and provide an explanation of their uses of literary journalism. The Rivermen is a story about the authors visit to the Hudson River and what he found there. He visits the town of Edgewater on the rivers banks and meets townspeople, including a group of men called the Rivermen. Through his interviews and conversations, he builds up a story about the town. We see how people live there, how traditions influence their lives, and how proud they are of the work they do and the river they live... Literary...
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Journalism Portfolio
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...Journalism Portfolio (http www.theleader.com.au 10 September (word count 357) Introduction Journalism plays a big part in the shaping of public opinion and as such should carry a lot of weight or truth in it. Unfortunately, most of the news today do not reflect such highly esteemed objective and newspapers are more geared towards producing profits for its owners. In the newspaper I had chosen, most of the news were local community events and just carry a local color intended for community readers. This can mean most of the news are intended as entertainment rather than the hard-nosed type of news of yesteryears. Although admittedly, a newspaper survives on advertisement placements... & Number:...
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Food Journalism
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...Journalism is becoming one of the most prominent aspects of journalism nowadays and newspapers and magazines are having dedicated writers and journalists to write on the subject. Historically it has not been seen as a serious discipline and it has only recently emerged that the food journalism has became a norm within the journalism as a serious discipline. However, it is also important to note that food journalism may face critical ethical situations where it may become difficult to clearly demarcate the line between ethics and self interest. It is generally argued that the food journalism bring into attention some of the issues which may be intense issues for the media itself... Introduction Food...
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Investigative journalism
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...Journalism Who Owns the Rules of War? Most of you still freshly remember the air strike campaign against Baghdad. As citizens were filled with joy about the air campaign against Baghdad, comments throughout the nation was filled with speeches of only targeting operational military bases within the city and the country at large. Officials concerned gave out their words that the airstrikes were in no way a danger to the civilians as no civilian living there would experience any fatalities caused by the air strike campaign. Was this the case? However, after the air strike campaign began on the region. Different stories were heard as the case in Baghdad was different from what officials... Investigative...
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International Journalism
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...journalism is whether or not media has actually been contributory to fanning the flames of racism. Has there been racial profiling in media news reports as well that need to be scrutinized and explored This is important because There can be no denying that media plays an important role in the molding of social values and in the legitimization of personal perceptions. It has been said that media is even more potent than formal education, in that its effects seep into the subconscious and accost individuals wherever they may be, whatever time of the day... Media as Watchdog against Racism: A Case of the Pot Calling the Kettle Black In 1991, a videotape taken by a bystander of a man being beaten up by four...
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Fashion Journalism and Scholarship
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...Journalism and Scholarship Lecturer: Fashion Journalism and Scholarship Fashion journalism facilitates communication about the creativity of various designers through magazines, newspapers or computers. Fashion journalism involves interviewing and providing information about fashion designs according to the person being interviewed, thus, the facts provided are founded on original information. Fashion journalism bases its information on facts collected through interviews, observation and reports from people involved. Fashion journalism plays an influencing role on peoples response to fashion willingly or unwillingly due to the captivating information and pictures so that people... Running Head: Fashion...
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Investigative Journalism Essay
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...Journalism (Individual Right to Privacy) 30 November (estimated word count = 1,142) Introduction Investigative journalism is a special form of journalism that aims to expose corrupt or anomalous practices in the government or on other matters of intense public interest. It is this supposedly journalistic pursuit for purposes of reporting unto something that is imbued with a public nature that justifies the often aggressive nature of a deep investigation. However, some of the tactics used to gather sensitive information had been brought to question because of the ethical or moral nature of these investigative pursuits that often crosses the boundary of what is considered... and No and Investigative...
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Changing Nature of Journalism
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...Journalism Journalism, in the modern world is considered essential for the smooth functioning of a since journalists play arole in creating awareness regarding the different political and social matters prevailing in the society. It is however important to understand that journalism is rapidly changing its nature due to the rapidly transforming technological and global scenarios that are under the influence of different forces that work together. This situation presents novel challenges before journalists who have to cope with new situations in an ever changing fashion. One of the main themes of modern day journalism is ‘information’. New information continuously emerges through... Changing nature of...
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Future of Journalism
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...journalism Markos Moulitsas spoke for of a California college about the future of journalism on April2009. Markos often known as "Kos" is a blogger Founder and Publisher of Daily Kos, a successful Liberal and Democratic Party politics weblog with more than 200,000 registered members. He also is a columnist at Newsweek and The Hill, a Washington DC newspaper. (Wikipedia, 2009, para.1) Daily Kos allows people to discuss issues not only related to his community but in the world. People not only get information about proposal issues, they want to gather information and put their own issues on the table. People involved are a crucial factor for a continuous success... 21 May 2009 Kos and the future of...
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Bias in Journalism & News
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...Journalism & News: Introduction: Journalism serves as an important part of every society. Journalist community and the media itself is the reflection and representation of any society. They play the role of bridge between the masses and the rulers and communicate the message of people through a platform of media and journalism by large. Journalists serve to inform the people about various matters (Streisel,5). Whenever the content of reporting is tilted towards a side and does not fulfill the requirements of professional journalistic rules and regulation, it is termed as biased and compromised information and news. The news can be in form of press reporting, media content, internet material... ?Bias in...
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Radical Approaches in Journalism
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...Journalism Introduction Journalism refers to an activity where journalists engage in preparation of written, audio or visual material intended for distribution via the public media. This is with reference to ongoing, factual proceedings of civic concern. The materials disseminated to the public is meant to inform the society at large, more about the happenings in it and to make public, issues that would have been private. In the contemporary society, this is the methodology implemented to distribute information to the public. There are various forms of journalism depending on the workings of respective governments and intended audiences. These forms include: Broadcast... ...
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Research and journalism
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...Journalism Journalism and research are two different areas of analysis and writing. This paper seeks to discuss the differences between the two. For this purpose, the paper will discuss the differences from the perspective of philosophy and research methodologies. The discussion will be based on various areas of developing a piece of work starting from conception and data collection, to the analysis and conclusion. Conception To being with, the very conception of a work rendered by either journalism or research is different. According to Bartlett et al (2002), the sphere of reporting in journalism is based on the currency of issues as well as the focus of events... The Difference between Research and...
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Characteristics of science journalism
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...journals has become increasingly sterile and unadventurous. Now all these attributes are seen to be an advantage that has followed their chance evolution, there was no purpose in their emergence. Indeed, in many in instances for example feathers, the origin of their chance evolution may have conferred an advantage of a quite different purpose but happened... What are lexical choice, metaphor and semantic structures and how they are used by in constructing their reports The word lexical means by the use of vocabulary in the language particularly in syntactical and grammatical aspects. An author should make sure that his/her vocabulary is grammatically and syntactically correct while w...
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Discuss Objectivity in Journalism
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...journalism. It underlines notions of evenhandedness, exactness and lack of media prejudice. However, even though essential to journalist performance, objectivity is a disturbed idea. Is objectivity just a policy for the media people to go via the motions and shun undertaking the unbreakable issues? Does a shortage of prejudice stop journalism from executing its supervisory body function? Alternatively, is objectivity the center item that underlines all that high-quality aspects concerning journalism-unfolding civilization to itself? This paper will scrutinize the definition of objectivity, the manner it emerged to be a vital principle... Objectivity Objectivity is the leading culture of contemporary...
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Fashion journalism and Internet
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...journalism and Internet al affiliation Fashion journalism and Internet 0. Introduction Various analysts argue that fashion journalism has recorded numerous changes over the years. The manner in which fashion journalism has been covered with the media has revolutionized in various angles. With the advent of various forms of media, fashion journalism has benefited in the way in which it is being represented on the media (Albertazzi and Cobley 2010 pp.45). It is not clear when this great disparity in the presentation of media began, but it is evident that there has been a great change in the presentation of fashion journalism by the media (Hall-Duncan 1979 pp.23). Among the contrivances... ? Fashion...
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Journalism and Mass media
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...Journalism and Mass media Instruction: Task: Journalism and Mass media Social scientific research involves several concepts such as the study of ecological fallacy, individual fallacy and reductionism among others (Nobel, 2012). These concepts aim at understanding the validity of, social scientific, topics in the context of verifying their authenticity. According to Carmen Nobel in his article: ‘Do Online Dating Platforms Help Those Who Need Them Most?’ there are several factors to observe. The author attests that for the last ten years there have been websites that have a determination to match couples in order to transform the social fabric. For example,...
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Journalism In China
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...Journalism in China Task: Journalism in China The press in china primarily consists of newspapers, television, magazines and radio with internet also emerging as one of the means of communication in china by the year 2000. People republic of china has faced various challenges since, its foundation in 1949. This is because of the condition where all media fraternities are state run by the government. In as much as independent media, reforms begun to feature in the 1980s state run media organizations such as Xinhua, People daily and CCTV still dominate the market share having an unfair competitive advantage over the competitors (Branigan, 2011). For...
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Journalism Portfolio-Action Plan
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...JOURNALISM PORTFOLIO: ACTION PLAN By Journalism Portfolio: Action Plan The project will be helpful in seeking an understanding of fashion. This will involve understanding why people prefer different trends as their dressing. Some of the items I shall have to research on include people’s personal stories as regards fashions and trends, inspirations, the stories they love and why they love such stories. These ideas will be of benefit to my readers in that they will help them learn current trends and fashions in the market. They will derive some learning on being trendy too. In addition, my readers will compare find the articles rather practical since they...
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Personal Statement in Journalism
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...journalism due to my inquisitive nature: I used to pay a lot of attention to everything that happened around capturing the smallest details. I also felt strong inner need to express my thoughts, ideas, and feelings in writing. Developing my writing skills I realized that journalism is a unique combination of theory and practice that is absolutely relevant to my interest. It turned out that with the help of journalism I could not only evolve personally but also influence social, economic, political, and cultural progress in my country. Journalism is very dynamic and demanding sphere.There is no time for a nap in journalism just because... Personal ment by It seems that I have always been interested in...
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Journalism - Media Literacies
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...journalism industry. This resulted to a more balanced coverage of the climate change. This means that most of the articles that were published there after treated global warming and other social issues with equal attention. For example, most of the press gave a view that natural fluctuations were also causes of increase in earth’s temperature and that human beings were major contributors of global warming. This resulted to a hot debate among the public on the issues of global warming and the associated scientific evidence (Uusi-Rauva and Tienari, 2010). Another study on US television news... ?Running head: media Literacies Media Literacies 26th January Introduction Moral panic entails the strength of a...
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JOURNALISM AND DEFARMATION
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...journalism. Westport, Conn: Praeger. Gillies, Peter, and Niloufer Selvadurai. 2008. Marketing law. Sydney: Federation Press. Gillooly, Michael. 2004. The third man: reform of the Australasian defamation defences. Annandale, NSW: Federation Press. Great Britain. 2011. Draft Defamation Bill: consultation. London: TSO. Hall, Homer L., and Logan Aimone. 2009. High school journalism. New York: Rosen Pub. Harcup, Tony. 2009. Journalism: principles and practice... Defences Used by Journalists in Working out Defamation According to the laws of many lands, journalists should withhold their opinion and hold back from giving commentaries about their stories. Although some it may be difficult for an individual to...
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News and Journalism
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...journalism and new grassroots online media initiatives and with the mediascape changing at an incomprehensibly rapid pace, it's no wonder that so many publications are left wondering what the future looks like. Understanding the impact of these shifts and changes, and how an organization can take advantage of them to deliver a certain message and reach out to the audience, will be an important journey. It is not new to say that there is an ethnic bias in the mainstream media in almost all parts of the world and this fact has been proven beyond doubt... Being engaged in a global web and the ceaseless struggle for social, racial and economic justice is not a simple issue in the current scenario of...
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Website Critique : Journalism
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...journals of law. According to his biography, Hinderaker has been named one of the top attorneys in the US by multiple achievement lists. Their listed credentials alone give the authors a perceived authority on political topics. As the name may suggest, Powerline.com appears possessed by the notion of power, both globally and within the United States. The name assaults the viewer in big block print at the top of every page with impressive lightning bolts striking over a classical building façade. The layout of the pages are simple, sticking to the black... In the technology era, the Internet has become a pivotal source of information and instrumental in communication. In recent years, opinion...
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Cyber Journalism (See detail)
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...journalism for so long that we believe it, and proclaim it, when we know that it is not only untrue—but it isn’t even what we want. The public has wanted the media to present us with bare facts for decades (Ward) and now cyberjournalists do just that. Cyberjournalists are merely citizen journalists who are continuing a long tradition of publishing what matters to them and their readership. The only difference today is that the cyberjournalist answers directly to their audience, rather than to a publisher who traditionally held journalists responsible for reporting ethically. Yet, there is no consensus... ? You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving…Screen We have lived with the myth of neutrality and professional...
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...Terror Threat in Thailand It is usually difficult for the world to have total peace for a while without having an issue with breach of peace from terrorists or other groups. The recent terror threat in Thailand has left many people terrified, afraid, and extremely cautious. It is claimed that Bangkok has been the primary target for the dreaded Hezbollah operatives who are claimed to target the Israelis visiting Bangkok. Various countries have expressed their concern over the terror threat. Some have indeed gone ahead, and warned their citizens in Thailand to be extra cautious. The U.S embassy was the first to warn its citizens on January 13. According to U.S embassy in Bangkok “U.S. citizens...
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The History of Investigative Journalism
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...Journalism Investigative journalism, as the itself suggests, is a branch of journalism in which the reporters are required to investigate and examine the facts and statements produced and available for any incident that takes place, that they are writing about. It is a form of closely analysing and investigating an event that occurs, mostly in politics, crime scenes or topics related to the same. Since the olden days, this form of journalism has been carried out in order to research more into certain issues of interest. Some of the important scandals and incidents that have been covered through this form of journalism in history include the Watergate scandal and the Helen Jewitt... ? Investigative...
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Embedded Journalism and War Reporting
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...Journalism and War Reporting Embedded Journalism and War Reporting Journalism covers the principles of reporting in different circumstances such as; the time based news as in press conferences or untimely news of crisis, disasters and conflicts. Even though the reporting objectives are vast and the journalists are expected to perform their duties without any fear or bias, it is the responsibility of the journalists to observe certain ethical considerations. At times what journalists consider to be their responsibility may prove to be harmful for others. For example, in the situation of war, reporters may cause harm to the fighting forces by disclosing details regarding their location... ? Embedded...
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Journalism designers code of ethics
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...Journalism Designers of Ethics Introduction The general definition of ethics refers to a set of sthat govern individual behaviors. In journalism, ethics refers to a set of norms and principles that guide the profession (Merill 78). Journalists always face ethical dilemmas when fulfilling their duties of reporting and publishing information to the public. Design journalism has become a new center of focus and organizations are increasingly using mobile and apps in editions (Lowrey 4). In this case, the newsroom designer is a crucial figure in planning stages of the news projects. Designer journalists should, therefore, understand principles...
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Module Title- Journalism and Society
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...journalism is a major concern and therefore, we... The media, everywhere in the world, is a leading agency for projecting the ideologies and news to a huge target population or viewers. The larger theaudience base, the more powerful it becomes. The media in its various format like television, radio and newspaper and magazine, basically has the main objective of informing the audience of the events and news that are taking place around the world or it may just be region-centric, depending whether it is targeting domestic or international market. According to Herman and Chomsky (1988) the news media is engaged in ‘manufacturing consent’ on behalf of powerful elites. The increasing contentious role of...
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Theories and Models of Journalism
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...Journalism and Mass Media Analytical Paper 17 January Theories and models of journalism and mass communication The paper purportsto discuss two theories related to journalism and mass media, namely the theory of the spiral of silence, and the political-economic theory. It will start with a brief description of the theories, discussing their history and salient features. Then it will apply these two theories to a popular online newspaper, analyzing the homepage of the newspaper, and two articles linked to the homepage, in light of these two theories separately. The theory of the spiral of silence was proposed by Neumann in 1974 (Spiral of silence, 2010). Through this theory, she... ?Harris Kamran...
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Critical Journalism Studies Textual Analysis
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...journalism. Through the depiction of the good face of journalism, people develop trust and confidence. Thus, it becomes easier for them to reshape public opinion. Journalists self-groom themselves while they depose others. In addition, journalists takes advantage of human drama in the political ground and within families to make news (Brian, 2011). Through this, they get all the credit for everything that they report. However, this should not be the case. For example, the rescue mission of the 33 Chilean miners... Critical examination of Brian McNair reference of Journalists as Heroes and Villains in films and TV shows Journalists have been depicted as heroes in film, movies and TVs shows. In other...
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Journalism, Mass Media and Communication
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...Journalism, Mass Media and Communication Introduction Journalism is an activity that can be described as one that defines journalists. It is the system in which journalists get to engage the public, and this can be in terms of written, visual or audio material. Journalism is done with the intention of bringing the news to the public. It is about making the community aware of their surroundings. Through journalism, mass media and communication, the public is able to know how the world they live in operates. They have a sense of guidance and cause change in places is needed (Hallin & Mancini, 2004). The ongoing events in the day to day lives partly depend on the influence of journalists... ....
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Journalism, Mass Media and Communication
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...Journalism, mass media and communication: Subediting assignment 2 Story It is amusing that Ernest Riskitt, the minister of State of the Art has been alleged to be involved in an affair with an artist. This is a case that has compromised the integrity and status in relation with his position in the government. In reference with the Sunday watchdog, this is an issue that has not been heard in the last six years. Minister’s dignity and respect for his seat in crucial in serving the public. The artist involved in the allegation is a secretive film star from Italy. This is a lady who has been secretive all through her life. The neighbours also argues that the lady hardly open...
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Does Journalism still matter to society
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...Journalism still matter to society? In a world characterized by new media technologies like social media there is a growing question that relates to the relevance of journalism today. Technological change has transformed the dimensions of journalism by redefining its boundaries (O’Sullivan and Heinonen 2008). The present digital age driven by the internet and the World Wide Web has brought about new ways of journalistic workflow, content, newsroom organization, and inter- and intra-stakeholder relationships (Pavlik 2000). The presence of various communication tools has enabled information to travel faster than before thereby informing...
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