Research Paper On Journalism
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Muckraking and Yellow Journalism
This paper is on "yellow journalism" and "muckraking," which are styles of journalism that were popular in the late nineteenth/early twentieth centuries. The writer defines the terms and offers examples, such as William Randolph Hearst's promotion of the Spanish American War, in regards to yellow journalism, and Upton Sinclair as the best known muckraker. Three pages in length, two sources are cited.
Journalism and the Internet
In six pages this paper examines the topic of journalism and the role of the Internet in a consideration of present, future, and the impact of Internet journalism upon the conventional print media. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.
Sports Journalism and Ethical Theory
In twenty two pages the ethical theories of Rawls, Aristotle, Kant, and Mill are applied to basic principles of sports journalism with a discussion of the Dallas Mavericks included. Seventeen sources are cited in the bibliography.