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Analytic Essay: Journalist Plagiarism
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...Journalists and the media in general have a responsibility to themselves and society to be truthful at all times. It is for this reason, that presentation of un-original information even if it is true information requires that an individual observes principles such as, in text citing, referencing and bibliographies (annotated or otherwise). Plagiarizing is a sure way to negate truth from journalism (Foreman, 2011). The respective watchdogs on this matter should be keen on calling individuals they suspect to be untruthful by virtue of spoken or written words... ? Plagiarism, an Issue of Trust: Jingbo Ma (Albee) Introduction: Fareed Zakaria has a well to do educational background framed by Ivy League...
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Journalist and Enron
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...journalist and a responsible... R.Preeti 12/11/2007 MEDIA TODAY! The Enron scandal was something that rocked the business world and also inspired books and movies based on it. Fake accounts and balances maintained were revealed publically and the bankrupt company, that hid behind the facade of a prosperous one, were exposed. If this is sensation enough, what is more appealing and surprising is the role of Wall Street Journal national correspondent in exposing this huge scandal. John Enshwiller, the correspondent in question, was the one who courageously exposed this gigantic fraud. He not only performed his duty as a journa...
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Death of a journalist
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...Journalist Introduction: There is an old adage that says that the first casualty in war is truth. In an attempt to provide more livid pictures and actual information, almost in real time, during the time of war, present day journalists are taking greater risks, and paying the ultimate price, such that it looks like the second casualty in war is the seeker of truth. Journalist Casualty Figures in Present-Day War Zones: In the many wars that the modern world has seen the journalist casualty figures are pretty high. The Vietnam War, and the fighting in Cambodia took a toll of nearly sixty journalists. The wars in Yugoslavia during the 1990s resulted in the death of ninety-four media... Death of a...
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Journalist Martha Rountree
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...Journalist Martha Rountree (Martha Rountree Radio/Television Producer, Host) Martha Rountree is believed to be one of the most creative women in the American history of journalism. She was one of the prominent broadcast journalists in the twentieth century. The abilities of Martha as a journalist were unmatchable and she opened many new streams in journalism and television broadcasting. She was born in Florida on October 23, 1911 and died on August 23, 1999. She was the only female anchor in the history of the Meet the press program on the NBC television network which proves her abilities and popularities. “At a time when the female's presence in television production was routinely dismissed...
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Analysis of ethical dilemma that has been addressed by a professional journalist
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...Journalist The paper aims to analyze an ethical dilemma that has been addressed by a professional journalist. A report to be analyzed should be selected from the Indiana University School of Journalism website. The following points are to be addressed: a. What is the ethical issue or dilemma? What choices did the journalist have when reporting on the issue, and why did he or she decide the way he or she did? b. Do you agree or disagree with the journalist’s decision? Why? c. What was the effect of the decision on the individuals involved and on the community in general? What would have been the effect of a different choice in addressing this ethical... ? Ethical Dilemma Addressed by a Professional...
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Are citizen journalists and bloggers real journalists What does it mean to be a real journalist
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...journalist are paid for all the work they perform, while the citizen journalist might be doing their form of journalism as a hobby or they may get... Journalism Introduction Over the years the profession of citizen journalism has been viewed differently by different researchers, certain individuals assert that this form of journalism is equal to professional journalism (Rosenberry 38). On the other hand, those who have been a part of the profession of journalism and those who have studied journalism criticize and are of the idea that citizen journalism is not professional journalism (Allan 223). Citizen journalism has been defined as the act of having an opinion regarding a particular issue and then...
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Debate: Is Assuming the role of citizen journalist worth the risk
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...journalists also helps... Citizen Benefits and Costs of Journalism The development of technology and the increased occurrences of disasters have led tothe evolution of journalism. The invention of pocket cameras has led to the development of citizen journalism because the gadgets are mobile and affordable. Citizen journalism is an act of a person reporting information about an occurrence such as a disaster in the media. The person records videos of the incidence while using a pocket camera and posts the information to media houses. Citizen journalism has gained support from news makers such as Lily Yulianti because it provides evidence of the occurrence of disaster. The information provided by citizen...
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Visual Journalist Websites
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... Visual Journalism Websites The common feature among the websites is that they depict close-up photographs displayed in the same webpage format. Being more specific, the websites created by Ami Vitale and Thomas Boyd employ animated slideshows to display the mainframe photographs on their WebPages (Blomqvist 1). The rest of the websites employ still imagery that gives the viewer a choice to go back and forth viewing the photos in a predefined sequence. The websites seem to base their theme on social diversity as they show a collection of pictures taken from different societies engaging in recreational activities. All the photographers seem interested in imagery that combines giving... Visual Journalism...
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Being a journalist is not like working in a baked bean factory : journalists have a more social role that goes beyond the p
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...journalist's job is to look for new information that would be of interest to his audience and present it in an objective way. A journalist must be able to choose from millions of things that happen every day and pick those particular incidents that may be of maximum interest to his audience. He must than package this information in a way that is easily understandable, without losing the objectivity. In modern day, round the clock news channels require journalists to come up with a lot a more news worthy items than at any time in the past. The result is that journalists have a lot less time to find and process news worthy events, leading to commoditization of news... ?The Social Role of Journalism A...
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In the first essay of 1000 words, students will write a profile of a journalist of their choice working in a conflict or risk-related area in national or international context, or both. References and bibliography are excluded from the word count
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...Journalist: Peter Greste The forty-eight year old journalist Greste was born in 1965 in Brisbane, Australia where from childhood developed an adventurous mind as a small boy coupled with immense sense of equity all through (ABC, 2014). Most of his life he spent in Sidney before relocating to Queensland at an age of twelve together with his folks (ABC, 2014). His career in journalism inception was after joining Queensland University of technology in quest to pursue bachelor’s degree in Journalism. According to his parents, Greste’s interest in travelling and adventure developed when they visited S. Africa together with his high school classmates (ABC, 2014). Greste later joined a local... Profile of a...
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The book FREEDOM by Johnatan Franzen. Journalist critics of the book
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...Journalistic Critics of the Book Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Freedom: A Passage through American Dream and Society 3 Conclusion 4 Work Cited 5 Introduction On the 31st day of the August month in the year 2010, holding the hands of publishing house named, Farrar, Straus and Giroux there appeared a novel entitled “Freedom” written by Jonathan Franzen. Jonathan Franzen being an American writer tried to portray the microcosm of American middle class society, their dreams, desires, threats and shortcomings through one family of Berglunds and few other families depicted as their close friend around whom the plot of the novel revolves. Franzen’s first novel being an epic... Critics...
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The American Journalist Robert Kaplan stated that anyone who disbelieves Hobbes' state of nature argument has never visited Co
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...journalists... Ivory Coast – Land of Trouble? Hobbes, often dubbed as the founder of the modern philosophical thoughts, is popular for his theories of evolution about society and human kind - theories which were completely devoid of religious aspects. Hobbes has given a very unique face to how society was created and how individual roles changed over the years. According to him, there was a ‘state of nature’ even before the formation of society. It was a state where there were no laws governing the behavior of humans and the activities were so much cruel that even if a person needs to take something from his neighbor, he would just kill him and take it in his possession. One of the most famous...
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Personal Statement Question: Pulitzer prize winning journalist Roger Wilkins once stated, We have no hope of solving our problems without harnessing the diversity, the energy, and the creativity of all our people
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...Your full full January 21, Harnessing Qualities Diversity, energy, and creativity are those qualities that I would use to solve all of my problems. Diversity means variety and multiplicity. This concept revolves around the understanding that every person is unique and possesses different set of characteristics. I would use my characteristics, such as, confidence, intelligence, decision-making skills, social responsiveness, competitiveness, and motivation to achieve my goals and objectives. Along with diversity, creativity is also one of such qualities of a person that play a key role in dealing with different kinds of problems in an appropriate manner. I would use new ideas and approaches... full full...
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Speaking to a journalist reporting on a decline in the use of Welsh, a teenage speaker of that language said,' I text and Facebook in English. It feels that English is more international , more universal. It seems to make more sense to use it on the
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... Are certain languages or language varieties better suited to certain forms of communication? Introduction According to Steven Morris of The Guardian, the younger Welsh generation has become more fluent in English as compared to their native language, Welsh. Only two thirds of the Welsh generation is able to communicate fluently in Welsh and most try to communicate through English. This trend increases when one considers the written form of English as most of the younger generation has a preference towards English when texting friends or family (Morris, 10). This trend is not just limited to the Welsh population but can be observed throughout the world. The Arabs prefer English over... Are certain...
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Border security Research Project 2
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...journalists are slain and the killers go free are the following (Witchel, 2014). 1. Iraq – (Impunity Index Rating: 3.067 unsolved journalist murders per million inhabitants) 2. Somalia – (Impunity Index Rating: 2.549 unsolved journalist murders per million inhabitants) 3. The Philippines – (Impunity Index Rating: 0.527 unsolved journalist murders per million inhabitants) 4. Sri Lanka – (Impunity Index Rating: 0.443 unsolved journalist murders per million inhabitants) 5. Syria – (Impunity Index Rating: 0.313 unsolved journalist murders per million inhabitants) 6. Afghanistan – (Impunity Index Rating: 0.168... Hovering on the page of CPJ’s Global Impunity index, it reveals that the top 10 countries where...
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The Code of Journalistic Ethics
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...journalists. The paper shall address each and every ethic individually and shall analyze the importance, credibility, greatness, crucially and the most important is honesty of the journalist to his work. The ethics, which shall be analyzed, are as follows: Misrepresentation: The ethics of misrepresentation talks about that a journalist should never ever try to misrepresent his identity in front of the police, any other source from whom he is trying to get the information. If he does then it amounts to misrepresentation and is an unethical exercise. This stands valid for those cases where the journalist is aware... ? Assignment The of Journalism Ethics This paper shall analyze the of ethics for the...
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Journalists
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...journalist are provided with instances which are unethical and distasteful. A journalism as a profession has ethics and standards and on that basis we can see that they have an obligation to protect the rights and morals of a society. The journalist being responsible for what they convey... to the people they must be allowed not to cover a story they find unethical or distasteful. (Thesis) It is noticeable that most of the news content in the media is not suitable to all viewers and are malicious. Violence, abuse and vulgarity have become a common scene of news channels. As a journalist, people come across many kinds of situation in their professional life. But at times their...
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JOURNALISM AND DEFARMATION
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...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 withhold making personal opinions about a story known, it is critical for journalists to understand the law governing the land in which they work. Any careless comments may easily taint their reputation as journalists. Moreover, their comments may turn out to be defamatory cases. When such cases happen, a journalist may only have to rely on defences in order to win a case. This paper will highlight how journalists may find themselves facing defamation... Defences Used by...
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Pack Journalism
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...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 have been protecting its... Pack Journalism A...
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Ethical Responsibilities of Australia
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...Journalists and the Ethical Responsibilities in Australia Being a journalist may earn you a degree of fame from local to international level. The job is not only to show off and inform, but comes with many responsibilities including presenting a fair and accurate reports complying with the legal and ethical guidelines of the job. A television journalist gathers and analyzes information about interesting events by consultation, observation, interview or investigation and writes stories for the news aired on television and public affairs programs (“Television Journalist Australia, 2011). Television journalists are also the personalities seen on TV who report on sports, weather, and current... ?Television...
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Domestic Violence
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...Journalist: Good Morning Sir! Athlete: Good Morning Journalist: Its, very good to see you so healthy and fresh always Athlete: Thank You. Journalist: You often mention at various places about your dark childhood. What kind of darkness do you talk about? Athlete: Well, that’s all about my cursed childhood which I had to spend staying amid my parents engaged in an abusive relationship. Journalist: Do you think a close witness to spousal abuse or domestic violence affects the child exposed to it at home seriously? Athlete: Definitely! Your life is going to be hell if your parents fight and bit each other all the time in front of your eyes. And you need to witness... Domestic Violence Domestic Violence upon...
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Get out of the office as much as you can, as seeing things first-hand is always preferable to hearing a second-hand account. Keep your wits about you. Try and notice things around you and be aware of the manners and mannerisms of the people you meet
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...journalist is to investigate, write, and report on vital information to the general public (Frost 2011, p. 6). They do this by presenting the sources, conducting interviews, engaging in widespread research and also making final reports. This information-gathering element of a journalists job is referred to as reporting (Frost 2011, p. 6). This report, as the public expects, should be information true information. It should not be information that the journalist has some doubt about (Frost 2011, p. 6). This is why Helen Sissons advices journalists that they should not just sit there and wait for information to come but also go out and try to seek... Journalism Journalism Introduction The work of a...
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Communication Ethics and Society
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...Journalist should act independently and only look out for the interest of the reader. However, in this case, it is obvious that Stephen has some interest of promoting Thiel Fellow, an organization that he benefitted from. Being a beneficiary... of this organization, he is seen to write these journal with the intention of encouraging students to forfeit going to college and joining this organization. These journals have also broken the first code of ethics which requires journalist to seek truth and report it. It is the work of the journalist to discern reporting and advocacy. These journals do not report but advocate for dropping out of school. The journals...
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Press Cliping Analysis
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...journalist today seems more and more difficult. If you say a journalist is a communicator, it becomes too wide and anyone with access to a media or even Internet can be a communicator. If you say a journalist is the person who informs; well, public relations people and publicists inform as well. It seems that one of the only things that truly defines a journalist is the technique used in the process of communicating the news. Here is an analysis of the differences between a media release and the article that was sourced from it. Unlike the media release, the article has a more interesting title. It has to be something... Press Cliping Analysis (Press Article Black comedy takes dark turn) Defining a...
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Identity of Interpersonal relationships
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...journalist for example is a social individual capable of interacting... Identity of interpersonal relationships Introduction Identities and perception are vital features that influence both intrapersonal and interpersonal relationships. Identity refers to the uniqueness of a person often presented through self-concept inner thoughts, performances and descriptions. Perception on the other hand refers to the self-awareness that influences an individual’s interactions with other things and people in the society. The above definitions portray the importance of understanding identity and perception. The two are important in the day-to-day interactions among people. People develop trust with each other...
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Reading reflection
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...journalist but also his /her employer. Persuasion of these modalities establishes a strong sense of trust from the audience to the reporter. Newspaper articles readers are aspiring to reading news from credible sources; those made by individual journalists or stations that practice and or embrace workplace ethical codes of conduct. The justification of the conclusion so made draws from the rationale of establishing a strong ethical perspective in journalism work. It is beyond reasonable doubt that any story that is aired... Reading Reflection Summary The piece of writing analyses the best practices of journalism in terms of what should be included in any reporting. It goes on to point out to the basics...
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Annotated bibliography
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...journalists face interpersonal conflict between their humanity nature and journalism ethics in war zone reporting. The modalities of the internal conflict include the desire to help and their mandate to be non-partisan in war reporting. The annotated bibliography describe sources that are core to a case study on the internal conflict that journalist face in the battlefield. Barnes, L., & others,. (2013). A trauma shake-up: Are NZ graduates being prepared for the real world?. Pacific Journalism Review, 19(1), 282. The researchers... Interpersonal Conflict in War Reporting Number Faculty Introduction The journalism field has the man to inform the publicof the happenings in the world. Many a time’s...
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Gender equality in news media
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...journalist covers hard stories while their female counterparts cover simple stories. The thesis also focuses on the disparities in dressing between the female and male counterpart reporters and its effect. The disparities between the male and female reporters Majority of the studies showed that women are considered less capable of relay... News and gender roles Introduction Women have always had difficulties in breaking into the broadcast new fields. 1960s and 1970s marked a period where observable strides toward equality in the news broadcast were noted. However, the equality is yet to be attained. Even today, women still struggle to earn the same advantage granted to men in the newsroom. Soft news...
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Give a detailed account of some core knowledge and skills that are required by professional journalists seeking employment in 2012
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...journalist in seek of employment in 2012 must acknowledge the trends and evolution in the 21st century. The modern age is characterized by increased usage of high-tech software applications that compliment content developed by a journalist. The internet is also a phenomenon which a job seeker in journalism should fully familiarize himself or herself to effectively adapt in working in the current and future years. Among the major skills that are highly demanded by employers in the journalism field include proficiency in InDesign, Photoshop, Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro. These programs are used... TOPIC: Knowledge and Skills Core to Journalism XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX Introduction A journ...
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Legal Questions Essay
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...Journalist. She has asserted stories of the punk rock Star, being harsh towards his horses at his own ranch, and has even published them in the newspaper. Now, the punk Rock star has sued the paper and the journalist in court. The basic meaning of Defamation by law is as follows: it can be deemed as any and every material, or story that upon being published can seriously damage, an individuals or organizations goodwill or fame... Legal Questions and Section # of Legal Questions Ans Introduction: If the basic definition of defamation is reviewed only then will it be, convenient to draw the right legal conclusion of the Case presented herein. The case has two major characters, the Punk Rock Star and the...
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Food Journalism
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...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 Journalism is becoming one of the most prominent aspects of journalism nowadays and newspapers and magazines are having dedicated writers and...
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Knowledge and Skills Core to Journalism
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...journalist in seek of employment in 2012 must acknowledge the trends and evolution in the 21st century. The modern age is characterized by increased usage of high-tech software applications that compliment content developed by a journalist. The internet is also a phenomenon which a job seeker in journalism should fully familiarize himself or herself to effectively adapt in working in the current and future years. Among the major skills that are highly demanded by employers in the journalism field include proficiency in InDesign, Photoshop, Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro. These programs are used... ?TOPIC: Knowledge and Skills Core to Journalism XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX IntroductionA...
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Media Ethics
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...journalists can access and gather information through means that may be ethical or otherwise (Foreman, 2010). Arthur Ashe’s case who was a world renowned AIDS activist and tennis player as well as an anti-apartheid advocate provides a very good example on how individuals’ privacies can be violated by the press as is the case with USA Today. The media house’s... College Media Ethics Introduction The debate that surrounds ethics in journalism and news reporting and how these relate to both integrity and privacy has experienced rapid changes over the past two decades. With the recent developments in social media through the expansion of internet usage, there are increasingly more methods through which...
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Summary and analyze of No Place to Hide by Glenn Greenwald
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...journalist, Greenwald, to share extremely private information to the public. The information sharing was to be put into effect only when there was a secure communication system. Laura contacts him later and they proceed with information sharing. Essentially, the chapter gives a summation of the professional background prior to meeting with the journalist who was to blow the whistle of his secrets. The core... there is that he came to realization that a small unit of people in USA did operate under their unique set of rules, receiving real protection from the government. As a result, the book came up as a result of vent up anger of the injustice in the society (Greenwald, pg. 30). The second...
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Sport and media
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...journalist. The twitter and other online platform has taken sport journalism to a new level. The advent of social media sites, smart phones and mobile applications has enabled the consumption of sports news to have real time news as they happen. This is evidence of the circumstances that befell Penn State University football coach, Jerry Sandusky (Sanderson & Hambrick, 2012). The media tool it to twitter to condemn children abuse by their coach and demanded immediate action. Therefore, twitter... and the like of Facebook and Instagram have become a powerful tool more than any other news medium. For sports journalism, Twitter does not only provide a medium of relying messages, but also it is...
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"United States of Secrets" Or "Long distance revolutionary"
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...journalist and writer from the depths of a penitentiary. The film depicts Mumia’s real-life trajectory to being a public intellectual and revolutionary figure, who spends most of his life in a Pennsylvanian prison. Thus, Vittoria tracks the protagonist’s early work in the realm of journalism as well as his battles and struggles after a murder conviction. While in incarceration, the African-American journalist becomes known as an international symbol of the nature of capital punishment in United State’s judicial system, as well as the controversial issue... Long Distance Revolutionary Produced by Stephen Vittoria, Long Distance Revolutionary focuses on the career of Mumia Abu-Jamal as a prolific...
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On August 7, 2006, Reuter International admitted to and apologized for the fact that one of their freelance photographers had digitally altered a photograph of
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...journalist had taken photos of the war torn civilian outputs. The photos had generated mass hysteria against the Israel attacks which had damaged civilian places and displaced millions of the people... Answer During the Second Lebanon War between Hezbollah military and Israel forces, there was widespread damage to civilian infrastructure, including to the main airport of Beirut. War causalities also included killing of innocent civilians. The war was started by Hezbollah militants, who had fired rockets at Israel border as a diversionary technique to attack patrolling Israel soldiers. The media had lapped up the war that had generated mass reaction all through the world. A freelance Lebanese...
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Reporting Panics
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...journalists distort science news simply overlooks the various factors that shape the reporting of science. Do you agree? Introduction The work of journalists is very important in getting the world the news that is going on around it. It is common knowledge that a person cannot be at all places at a time but with the nature of their work, there seem to be journalist at every place at one point in time or the other. By putting the pieces of information they find from these different places together, the world receives the news it requires in a day. Today, there are several factors that have made the work of journalists even more advanced, making... REPORTING PANICS LECTURER: Topic: The claim that...
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Reflection
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...journalist to develop a thick skin (University of Kent, 2011) Am good in creativity and have a sense of humor Presenting any... ? JOURNALISM MASS MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION: REFLECTIVE REPORT. BY PRESENTED Journalism Mass Media and Communication: ReflectiveReport. 1. Personal Skills Audit Skills and Qualities Evidence I can operate a wide range of high end cameras including Nikon D70, D90 or canon D 60 cameras. I have In the past used Nikon D90 one of the best cameras in taking long range pictures in large ceremonies and in picnics. These are some of the cameras used in journalism. I am a good communicator with good negotiating and communication skills I have worked in the university journalism club and...
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Tennessee and Progressivism
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...journalist Ida B. Wells-Barnett criticizes lynching and advocates for an end to racial discrimination in her passionate writing. In 1892, Knights of Labor, Farmers’ Alliance, and National Colored Farmers’ Alliance formed the Populists, people’s party... Tennessee and Progressivism In 1877, Reconstruction era ended with withdrawal of federal troops from former confederate Four years later, a new era by Jim Crow begins and Tennessee emerges the first state to pass laws racially isolating railroad passengers. Other states followed afterwards. In 1890 was the year when Americas experienced a major massacre when 350 Sioux people of Plains Indians died following 500 US troops attack. In 1892, African-American...
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Fast or slow recovery Executive summary
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...journalist is discussing the theories of a sharp rebound after a steep drop, a short rebound followed by a recession again and how anxiety keeps growth slow. In a sharp rebound after a steep drop, employers normally cut their payrolls and output so as to protect the company while customers delay majority of their purchases, when the growth return it will shoot up due to fierce expansion. In a short rebound... College The economy of United s is trying to pull out of its longest recession. Different economist predicts different outcomes, some expect strong recovery, others expect a sustained but gentle recovery, while some predicts that it will be a fleeting rebound followed by a second slump (Reddy....
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Story
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...journalist in 2003 (Bailey). He was rendering his services to the New York Times as a reporter. Everything was going fine until one day, an editor at the San Antonio Express-News found out certain common things between a column written by Blair and a previous report authored by Macarena Hernandez. This led to the starting of an investigation by the Times into Blair. As a result of the investigation, 36 out of the total of 73 articles written by Blair were found to contain fabrication, plagiarism, or some other kind of unethical behavior (Bailey). Blair was left with no option but to resign from his job as a reporter... 1st story Jane Goodall’s book, “Seeds of Hope: Wisdom and Wonder from the World of...
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Journalistic Interview paper
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...Journalistic Interview Paper Interviewing is a very important skill for any journalist. This is because it is one of themost important ways that a journalist can use to gather information that would be used to create content for a story. Having good interviewing technique and skills needs a lot of practice. There are dos and don’ts in an interview. These are things that one should not and should do in order to have a contextual interview. When interviewing, a journalist’s objective is to get the interviewee’s opinion, knowledge, feelings on a particular topic. Professor Christina Stansell-Weaver is an Alumni of Eastern. She started lecturing part time in 2009 at the communication department... ...
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Effects of News Media
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...journalist will experience pressures from the authority including the government, the police and customs. This is in the case of policies and laws to license all media forms or legislation that threaten the journalists and makes them afraid of criticizing the government (Campbell, Martin & Fabos 324). Secondly, the journalists have often received threats of violence and legal action... from people avoiding unfavorable publicity. This is a significant challenge especially if the coverage is on drugs or political agendas that are opposed to the government. The career is also risky based on the bribes that are presented to the media to avoid publication of an unfavorable story. Some...
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Critical Journalism Studies Textual Analysis
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...journalists in the society presents several vital concerns about the profession. The representation of journalism in movies has therefore changed as well in order to represent the changes in the profession. Various journalism films often investigate specific features... Critical journalism studies textual analysis Introduction Journalism is a phenomenal profession that continues to grow with the development of the society. The modern society has a great demand for mass media content a feature that explains the rise in the number of magazines, newspapers, radio stations and television stations. The mass media therefore plays the vital role of informing the society. However, the increase in the number of...
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Final research paper
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...journalist becomes the person who is charged with the responsibility to present that information as news to the audiences. There are different audiences involved including those of newspaper, television, radio, magazines or the internet (David 1). Journalism has been made changed greatly by the digital revolution. With the current advancement in technology and innovation, the world has been turned to a global village where an even occurs from one corner and it is streamed live or reported at real time to all corners of the world. This paper... Journalism and Digital Revolution Question one The activity where one gathers, assesses, creates and presents news is referred to as journalism. Therefore, a...
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Paraphrase the words which ever are highlighted in yellow..refrences should be same as mentioned in the essay
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...journalists. The work... ?Introduction If we talk about sport, we should recognize that it is as old as human existence. Since ancient time sport has played a very important role in every society. The history of sport has its roots in primitive society, when people unconsciously created many kinds of sport while trying to master the world around. Sports skills are the first humans acquired as they were necessary and useful for them. Sports events were popular in Ancient Greece, the first Olympic Games were held in Olympia in 776 BC and included such kinds of sport as discus throw, wrestling, long jump and many other (Guttmann, 1996). The history of sport can’t be considered separately from the history of ...
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Response Paper
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...journalist who was brave enough to do the live broadcasting among all the bedlam and chaos. The reader gets baffled when he reads that all that happened during the whole phase of confusion and anarchy could not shake a journalist even a little bit.... Your full May 6, Response Paper “This is London” by Edward Murrow is a written text of Murrow’s radio broadcasts that brought an offensive bombardment of commentary into the living rooms of America from 1939 to 1941. I believe that the main theme of this commentary was to assert the fact that it was impossible for the United States to avoid confronting Hitler. Murrow was of the point of view that American cities were the direct target of all the...
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Is citizen journalism the saviour of a free press Discuss the opportunities and challenges raised by this new form of media, production with reference to specific examples
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...journalists by reporting the news themselves (Alex 2013, p.67). This is what is commonly known as citizen journalism and has... Free Press Essay Plan Introduction In the new era, with the invention of computers, internet and social media devices, a lot have changed in regard to journalism. In the past journalism relied on the traditional means of conveying media to the people through televisions, radios and magazines. Nowadays, as the society is changing to become a global village while interconnected with a vast number of social media, journalism has taken a turn. Nowadays, instead of people relying on major news stations to receive the latest updates on major events, people have taken the role to be...
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Good night and Good luck
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...journalist back then. This journalist has a record in history for his firm stand on the role media; to both educate and entertain the public. Determined to fulfill his responsibility as a journalist, he refuses to present news without analysis and examination. He understands that the media... Good night and Good luck Goodnight and good luck is a film directed by George Clooney and produced in2005. This film reflects a time in the history of America. It paints a picture of America in the 1950’s. It reflects the era at the end of the world war two. It brings out features of life in America those times. The features brought out include the political situation, media and exposes the injustices America faced ...
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