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  • Media's Treatment Of The Clinton Scandal
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    The Media and Its Role in the Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal When the Framers of the Constitution specified freedom of the press, they envisioned that this would nurture and guide the development of a thriving, healthy democracy. They envisioned a democracy that centers on a core set of beliefs: liberty, equality, self-government, individualism, diversity, and unity. These beliefs are part of today's political culture. Americans have always cherished, but at the same time they have deplored the excess...
  • Presidency Of Andrew Jackson The Press
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    The Press and Media Cause Rampant Swaying of the Election Votes Through Their Opinions and Reports Today, the press and media cause rampant swaying of the vote through their own opinions and reports. People are often misled with half-truths and believable rumors that can aid or ruin an election. Journalists and the newspapers often print things too hastily, without first investigating the truth or at least both sides of a story. Candidates abuse the media, using money as a pass to publicly sland...
  • Democracy As The Freedom Of The Press
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    Freedom Through The Press Tears streamed down a broken face That stared to the ground where his father lay At lexington was he dying this day For a battle lost, and a war begun. In a young boys hand, A father lifted his head To look at a son, so confused and afraid Who understood not, for what his father bled Why he would fight, What reason for death. And so as they looked eye to eye The boys innocent lips formed the question, why? Then With inhuman strength, A father lifts dying fingers to sky ...
  • Freedom Of The Press
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    BEHIND THE SCENES In the aftermath of the untimely death of Princess Diana a timeworn issue re-plays itself like a tired re-run of 'The Honeymooners. ' ; Does the media go too far? Maybe. But like any other commodity, supply and demand go hand and glove. Whether a high profile celebrity or an every-day Joe, we sit glued to our chairs as the nightly news somberly announces society's latest barbarity. We eagerly snatch up the tabloids as these mudslingers breathlessly divulge their version of the ...
  • Handle In The Press
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    The human race has become more combative in the last 30 years (maybe people have forgotten how wars, and feuds start). The stuff we see on the television, in the papers, and magazines has chanced vastly since the Vietnam War. Prior to that conflict you did not see the underhanded side of human nature. I feel that as time has went on we have come to expect the tactics that are used during election years. I see it more and more at a young age we are learning to be arugmentive, for example a toddle...
  • Press In Developing Countries
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    INTRODUCTION The Founder of Pakistan once said, "The press is a great force that can prove useful as well as harmful. If it works in the right direction, it can pave the way for public weal" 'Press' means any establishment of mass medium activity such as newspapers, magazines, periodicals, journals, pamphlets, news agencies, radio, television, motion pictures, pictures, films, cartoons, books, music, electronic publishing, plays and includes all media of mass communication. Journalism has become...
  • Rules To The First Amendment
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    THE FIRST AMENDMENT The Bill of Rights is one the greatest documents ever created. It was purpose was intended to help promote the freedom to think and hold an opinion. As the centuries passed the interpretation of the Bill of Rights, especially the First Amendment, have become blown out of proportion. The freedom of speech or the First Amendment empowers the people to say whatever they wish, with the exception of a few rules. Such rules include, you can not panic a crowd, a person can not tell ...
  • Simpson Criticizes Media
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    ... of the manner in which Stern presents his views, is what concerns the FCC. When Stern says something totally outrageous, the FCC fines the Infinity Broadcasting Company, which is Stern's employer. In December of 1992, the FCC fined Infinity Broadcasting Company $600,000 ("FCC Tags Stern" 65). But, in late 1994, the FCC failed to recognize Stern when he talked a man out of suicide. Today, "The Howard Stern Radio Show" still remains as one of the top listened to broadcasting shows in radio his...
  • Individuals In The 21st Century Society Face
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    In the 21st century society, the human race has become its own greatest enemy. Progressing at an incalculably rapid speed, technology, social and humanitarian issues are threatening the very existence of human beings as individuals. A century ago, individuals faced a change in societal values, technology, and an outbreak of rebellions and wars. A century ago, there was a lack of awareness of the outside world, and constant conflict between change and lack thereof. A century ago, social, technolo...
  • Press Freedom In Singapore
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    What we are now going to do, is that we are going to touch on 4 countries and the press theories that they have adopted. Why we do this, is so that we can show the difference on press systems in relation to Singapore. So you can compare and contrast and see which category Singapore falls under, and, from there, you can compare and contrast, how their press systems differ from Singapore's press system. The four countries being, America, Britain, Cuba, , Saudi Arabia, which After going through all...
  • Press Freedom In India
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    Freedom of Press In India DESPITE BEING the largest Democracy in the World, the Indian Press has never been accorded a free status. A survey of civil and political liberties carried out by Freedom House listed the Indian press as being "partly free". What is of concern here is that it figured even below countries like Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Comoros, Ecuador and El Salvador. Ever since, the time of Hickey, the administration has recognized the potential of the Indian Press to be severely anti-...

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