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Media and the News -- The Chicken and the Egg Question
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This 10 page report discusses the modern media and the extent to which it is responsible for making the news or breaking the news. Increasingly, the line between reporting the news and participating in the news has become blurred for the modern media. If the media does not show up to cover a “newsworthy” event, was it really “newsworthy?” In an age of instant communication, in which there is little time for reflection, accuracy, balance or integrity -- the media regularly creates the impression that sleaze, is everywhere and that nothing is sacred. So which comes first, media or the news, the chicken or the egg? Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Media Bias
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The subject is covered by focusing on a New York Times article published shortly after the Abner Louima incident in Brooklyn. This 6 page analysis suggests that, although this Haitian immigrant was brutalized, it was unfair for media to blame the police without adequately exploring the case. Other cases are mentioned in the discussion. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Media Bias # 2
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This 5 page paper provides a discussion on the premise that media is biased. It concludes that although there is less objectivity in reporting today, there is not a particular slant as often charged. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Media Influence Upon Society
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15 pages in length. Media influence has become a social mainstay in contemporary society. Not only do newspapers, radio, television and magazines strive to inform and entertain, but they also hold a significant power over what people believe. Since its inception, the standard of media presence was long a tool of integrity and fairness. Newspersons and entertainers may have embellished here and there in order to put more flavor into a certain piece or program, but for the most part, there was a distinct significance to an inherently honesty portrayal. Truth was a respected commodity in reporting of days gone by. The writer discusses how these days, the media have lost sight of what is important, whether that is with current events or prime time programming, often choosing to compromise social integrity. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: TLCmedso.doc

Media Racial Bias
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9 pages in length. Given the power of the press, one would think that reporting the facts would be of utmost importance. However, the truth is often intermixed with fiction, opinion and downright bias when it comes to the media's interpretation of racial issues. The writer addresses racial bias within the media, as well as cites substantiated reasons for its existence. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Mrbias.wps

Media Stereotypes
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A 5 page essay that looks at the current state of media and its obsession with stereotypical images. The paper reviews social theory relating to image, racial portrayals in the media, and the portrayal of women in the media—and posits that in the United States, legitimate media is currently underground. Bibliography cites 7 sources.
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New York City / Media Visual Imagery
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20 pages in length. The media image of New York City is one that is both intriguing and dishonest; nowhere else are there more accounts of stereotypical imagery than is portrayed within the Big Apple. A number of various entities have worked together though the decades to create the larger than life image of New York City the world has come to adopt; art, photography and film represent a significant part of that influence. When one contemplates the visual imagery of New York City as it relates to the media, one does not have to think long before a predisposed illustration comes to mind. Not unlike other victims of media influence, New York City is perceived as a twisted Mecca of entertainment, violence, self-centeredness, insanity and raw indifference. The writer discusses the various aspects of media visual imagery as it relates to New York City. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: NYCimage.wps

Public Polling & Surveys / The Use in the Media and Impacts on Individual Decision-making
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News media organizations and politicians use public opinion surveys to shape public perceptions and address their specific arguments. One of the misnomers of American cultures is that the use of these surveys represents an accurate and accountable view of the opinions of the public as a whole, rather than just representing the cumulative views of the individuals that the survey studies. Both Floyd Fowler and Herbert Asher address the issue of bias in surveys and public polling and this 8 page paper considers the arguments they present. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Polling.wps


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