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Sensationalism

Consumer confidence in the news and media is at an all time low, but with good reason. Concerns regarding issues such as validity and reliability continue to arise. 260 more words

Media

Sensationalism: Today, Tomorrow and Maybe Forever

What if I began this article with a headline that read “Russia is thinking of dropping a bomb on the United States”? Would you have been more or less likely to read this article? 825 more words

Florida Southern

Mass Media and True Criminal Justice

Over the years we have seen the media take a stronger position in criminal cases.  It has had an influence on the audience.  So much so that many cases can cause for change of venue because there is no desire to have those in the community being on the jury because they have heard only certain parts of the case in the media. 670 more words

School

Sensationalism: Today, Tomorrow, and Maybe Forever

What if I began this article with a headline that read “Russia is thinking of dropping a bomb on the United States”? Would you have been more or less likely to read this article? 822 more words

Florida Southern

The media should know it's not always about color . . . or profit

I have been struggling with whether or not I should write this post; however, with each passing day, week, month in which I watch or read the news, I am beside myself with disgust for the way in which the media frames their stories.  877 more words

Guns

The Sensationalist

I have to tell everyone the two previous posts were just me, trying to cause a sensation. They were categorized as blogging, writing, creative writing. ( An Internet Affair, Just What Is Allowed ) 364 more words

Blogging

Edited

I’ve significantly added to my earlier post, in relation with mental illness and how the recent Germanwings incident has been covered by the media.

This should reflect my whole opinion on the debacle.

Have a gander.

News