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Ordinary Citizens mediated by professional journalists
Journalism & Communication
Pages 10 (2510 words)
Ordinary Citizens Mediated by Professional Journalists Name Course Tutor Date Ordinary Citizens mediated by professional journalists Introduction According to Mayr’s introduction to power, discourse, and institutions, media is a production industry that produces content for commercial purposes and in so doing, the media disseminates content that conveys dominant ideologies about its function as a reflection of societal believes, values, and principles, among other things (Mayr, 2008).
In this regard, the media plays a crucial linkage role between the social institutions through various genres and narrative styles. This paper will consider the purpose of a specific newspaper article as an example of media discourse to establish the kinds of institutional procedures and practices that may have influenced why the contents of the article may be deemed newsworthy. In addition to that, this paper will examine whether or not any of the article’s contents explicitly refer to the media’s role as a communication medium and how language style and specific instances of terminology have been used to convey the story, among other things. Section One The newspaper article that is under consideration due to its purpose as an example of Media discourse is by Calmes Jackie, and is titled “The First Lady Refuses to Let a Heckler Go Unscolded” (Calmes, 2013). This newspaper article appears in the New York Times Politics column of June 6, 2013; it is important to identify the source publication details of this article for cross reference purposes, to determine validity of the news item content in the source publication. ...
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