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Jerry Mander's "Four Arguments For The Elimination Of Television"
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5 pages in length. The writer discusses the following four points as they relate to Mander's perspective on television and society: people's awareness is walled in; television replaces human images; television images become disconnected from their source; and the concept of voyeurism in reality-based programs. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCMndrs.rtf

Journalism And The War In Iraq: Absence Of Integrity And Humanity
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10 pages in length. For as long as man has been on planet Earth, he has faced a tremendous struggle between right and wrong; as history readily illustrates, his behavior has too often reflected a poor choice of direction where these two entities are concerned. Now in the twenty-first century, humanity continues to struggle with the same ethical dilemma of centuries ago: Where, if at all, is the line drawn between seeking personal gain at the expense of the masses? Indeed, this quandary appears to have little impact upon those journalists who report back on events of the Iraqi war, choosing instead to reach for the flashiest, most sensational profiles of courage and completely omitting some of the most valuable – albeit unexciting from a reporter's perspective – casualties of war: The innocent Iraqi citizens caught in harm's way. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: TLCJournInt.rtf

Journalism: Annotated Bibliography
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4 pages in length. The writer provides a 5-source annotated bibliography pertaining to yellow journalism and journalistic ethics. Annotated bibliography lists 5 sources.
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KEY CONCEPTS OF POLITICAL ECONOMY AS IT IMPACTS MEDIA FORM AND PROCESS
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This 5 page paper discusses the impact of the media on the economy and the internal workings of the political process.Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: MBapmedia.rtf

Language & Reality
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A 5 page essay/research paper that discusses the relationship between language, societal constructs and reality. Since the time of ancient Greece, people have contemplated the nature of reality. As Berger and Luckmann point out in their treatise on the nature of reality, what is referred to as reality is basically unknowable except through the narrow channel of human experience as we each interpret it through the facility of our own particular social enclaves and institutions. In other words, reality, rather than being concrete and immutable, is also subjective, that is, subject to change in accordance with the manner in which it is perceived. These ideas are discussed. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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LANGUAGE DIVERSITY AND GLOBAL MEDIA
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This paper discusses the global media's impact on language, and the importance of language diversity in today's global interactions. Also under discussion is the concept of one world, one language. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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LANGUAGE OF THE MEDIA
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This paper examines language media uses, including "doublespeak" and bias. Also under discussion are manufacturing consent and the real role of the media in a democratic society. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Language, Culture And The Global Media
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A 25 page paper. Linguists have predicted that more than half, as many as 90 percent of the 6,000 languages being used today will be extinct by 2050. Languages are becoming extinct at far greater ratios than are mammals and birds. The effect is that there are also cultures that die when the language dies because language is one of the defining characteristics of a culture. This essay provides a look at global immigration patterns with data; a discussion of endangered languages; a discussion of language as a unifying element in culture as well as a barrier to communication; and the possibility of a universal language and what that might be. Interwoven are comments about the media and their roles. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: PGlngmd.rtf


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