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Communication and the Communications Professional
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The role of a communications profession, whether in marketing, journalism or PR, is to communicate a set message so that it is understood b the target audience. This 3 page paper considers how professional communicators can undertake this task and why it is important they understand how the audience will receive the message. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
Filename: TEcomprof2.rtf

Communication, Tourism and the Media
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This 11 page paper considers the way that the media may influence the audience that some issues are important whilst others are extraneous. The writer examines this in the context of the reports following the events of September the 11th when the Twin Towers of the World Trade Building were destroyed. The writer considers the way that the media reported on terrorism after the event and how this may be interpreted in a balance manner. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
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Communication: Gramsci's Hegemony
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7 pages in length. Outlets of mass media are nothing if not powerful. Its hegemonic nature affords significant influence over the general public as well as virtually every institution in the nation, a level of control that not even the president of the United States can claim. The extent to which Gramsci's theory of hegemony explicates the power inherent to mass media is both grand and far-reaching; that every form of media can readily influence those they inform speaks to the level of ideological control and authority they inherently possess. This does not make them infallible, however, when it comes to the ethical tenets of their collective power, inasmuch as the hegemonic influence of information they dispense is, in the eyes of Marxist theory, often the product of coercion, agenda or ulterior motive. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Communications Professionals
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This 4 page paper explores the role of the communications professional, looking at the different tasks and factors that any communications professional will have to consider when undertaking their job. The paper considers this specifically from the perspective of a professional, such as a journalist, market or PR working in the UAE, but the theory is applicable to all processionals in all countries. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
Filename: TEcomprofess.rtf

Comparing 2 Essays on Global Warming
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A 6 page paper comparing 2 essays. Ross Gelbspan (2004) and Andrew Simms (2005) each present argumentative essays that endeavor to persuade their readers, first of all, that global warming is real and dangerous to humanity as a whole and secondly, that this reality should prompt social change. Simms addresses a British readership; Gelbspan writes for an American audience, and their arguments draw on similar assumptions. However, their writing styles and approach to the topic are quite different. No additional sources cited. kh2rgas.rtfassumptions. However, their writing styles and approach to the topic are quite different. No additional sources cited.
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Comparing Libertarian Theory with Social Responsibility Theory
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This 14 page report discusses Libertarian and social responsibility theories that are inherent in the development and political mindset of people throughout the world. At its core, libertarian theory holds that the rights of the individual are predominant over all else. The doctrine of libertarianism stresses the right to self-ownership and, by extension, the right to private ownership of material resources and property. The theory of social responsibility, aside and apart from its obvious meanings in terms of both the individual’s obligation to the state and society’s obligations to the individual, addresses issues related to receiving information that best serves the needs and interests of the individual in order to assure that he or she is able to attain their maximum degree of personal freedom and satisfaction. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Comparison of Media in Two Foreign Countries
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14 pages in length. A detailed comparison between contemporary media as it exists in both Sweden and Austria. Issues concerning culture and modern law are discussed so as to explain each country's affection (or lack thereof) for journalism, television, radio, etc; Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Content Analysis of an Article
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This 8 page paper conducts a content analysis of an article supplied by the student. The article is about Dan Brown's book The Di Vinci Code and is analysed with coding, categorising, classifying, comparing and concluding. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: TEcondivin.rtf


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