Journalism Essays

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Intercultural communication language
23rd Mar 2021
Introduction: A literature review refers to any collection of materials on a topic, not necessarily the great literary texts of the world. The literature review is a body of text that aims to review the critical points of current knowledge on a particular topic....

The Destruction of the News through Dishonesty and Polarization
4th Nov 2020
Introduction: From 2016 to through most likely 2020 most of the country will be calling the main stream media Fake News. In all honesty it’s mostly presses fault because they lack ethical standards and, in some cases, they been caught in outright dishonest story telling...

Impact of the Watergate Scandal on Journalism
4th Nov 2020
Introduction: The Watergate scandal caused major confusion in the United States and ended Nixon's Presidency. On June 17, 1972, The DNC Headquarters in Washington, D.C. was broken into. Soon after, five men were arrested and the investigators...

How Important Are Professional Foreign Correspondents Today?
4th Nov 2020
Introduction: From the late Middle Ages and beyond, a network of foreign correspondents has existed across the majority of Europe, spreading news from far-flung places across a chain of set routes (Sambrook, 2010). However, there was news from abroad...

Impact of Technology on Journalism and the Production of News
4th Nov 2020
Introduction: The following essay is going to deal with the concept of technological advancement and its changes. Technology is ever-changing and it has impacts on the process of news telling. The production of news and the role of the journalist will also be highlighted...

How the Media Causes Americans to Fear Immigration
4th Nov 2020
Introduction: Over the past decades it’s no surprise that fear of immigration has risen to an alarming rate. But has it even actually been at a low? No it hasn’t, but you might say at times it’s not as much talked about. Then at other times it seems to be the only...

Theories of the Press - Journalism Essay
1st Jun 2020
Introduction: When Frederick S. Siebert, Theodore Peterson, and Wilbur Schramm’s first introduced Theories of the Press more than 40 years ago, it constituted the most well-known attempt to clarify the link b...

A draft plan for a Feature Article
1st Jun 2020
Introduction: Produce a draft plan for a Feature Article on: Effects of new communications technologies on youth culture in the United Kingdom Introduction Unlike news stories which are dictated by strict style gui...

The Rise of Social Media and Online Journalism
18th May 2020
Introduction: Abstract  Social media is still in its infancy, and the world of online media is continually growing. Also, the world of how and when news in the media is being reported in also con...

Journalism and Media in the Vietnam War
18th May 2020
Introduction:  Since the beginning of World War II, television gradually became familiar to the American public. By the late 1950s, televisions began to be manufactured in large scale and were soon presen...

Effects of Wikileaks and Digital Leaking on Journalism
4th Apr 2019
Introduction: In 2011, Julian Assange was awarded a Walkley, Australia’s highest award for journalism.  The award was made for “contribution to journalism”.  Using one or more examples, critically discuss ...

Sources of news in the Media
20th Aug 2018
Introduction: The evolution of the news media has presented an interesting tale to be told over the last several hundred years, and the changes have become more abundant over the last two decades with the advent of...

Analysis of War Photography
2nd Jan 2018
Introduction: War photography has existed since the nineteenth century, when Roger Fenton set out to photograph the Crimean war in 1855. From the beginning of war photography questions have always been raised about...

Causes of the Crisis of Democracy
2nd Jan 2018
Introduction: Twenty-five years ago, Michel J. Crozier, Samuel P. Huntington, and Joji Watanuki identified a “crisis of democracy” which painted the “bleak future for… government” Twenty-five ...

Chichén Itzá in Mexico
2nd Jan 2018
Introduction: Introduction The sacred Mayan city of Chichén Itzá is located in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, about 50 miles inland from the Caribbean Coastline and about 100 miles south of Cancun, Me...

Power of Images to Influence and Inform
2nd Jan 2018
Introduction: Images of Perfection in an Imperfect World. Abstract The power of images to influence and inform cannot be underestimated. This is especially true in contemporary society, where we are continually bom...

Developing and Interesting Interview
2nd Oct 2017
Introduction: Journalism and Society (9303) Discussion questions for the week two tutorials For Peter Clarke’s chapter on interviewing from Australian Journalism Today, the questions are: What is it, according t...

Is Journalism Storytelling?
2nd Oct 2017
Introduction: Using relevant theoretical perspectives considered during the semester and two examples of journalism, is journalism storytelling? Why? Introduction Many journalists entered the profession for a simp...

Food Policy in Malaysia
2nd Oct 2017
Introduction: Introduction Malaysia is a multilingual and multicultural society. The original culture of Malaysia is come from the indigenous tribes that is been staying in the peninsular and east of Malaysia sinc...

Critical Reflection Journalism Portfolio
2nd Oct 2017
Introduction: The portfolio is designed to showcase my work and abilities as a potential journalist. In putting together my portfolio, I was guided by my interests; principles of journalism as taught in class and ...

Purpose of the Wall Street Journal
20th Sep 2017
Introduction: Saiteja Naidu (MSIS)  The Wall Street Journal The Wall street journal main purpose is for the business groups and financial investors. It was initially started by Charles Dowand Edward Jones, owner...