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  • Newscaster To The Public
    372 words
    Newscasters are a big part of who and what America is today. The newscasters have a lot of influence on what America does, and when they do it. Still, it is not something that happens overnight. It takes a lot of experience to become a newscaster to the public. A newscaster will influence the public that will make or break a morning, afternoon, or evening. The weatherman will help people be prepared for the day ahead. While, the sportscaster tells which team won or lost and who got signed and le...
  • Truth Commissions And Tribunals Of Inquiry
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    Introduction Many countries have faced situations in which their citizens demand accountability for injustices or atrocities committed by their own domestic governments, which are in violation of their human rights. The manner in which varying nations have provided for and acknowledged these facts, on their various public platforms, have been both controversial and diverse. These problems tend not to fade into obscurity if left unaddressed. History has dictated that struggle for truth has been a...
  • Stockmann's Pursuit Of The Truth
    874 words
    The most powerful man in the world is the one that stands alone Throughout Western literature, one dominate theme besides the epic tale of good versus evil exists. This theme reaches beyond tragedies, mysteries, and dramas because it is the underlining theme in integral literary works that have shaped our society from the beginnings of civilization. The most powerful man in the world is the one that stands alone. To have the conviction to stand alone on an issue takes courage, fervor, and passio...
  • Public Sphere A Part Of Dominant Ideology
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    The public sphere is just another form of dominant ideology or hegemony. The public body being the main form of the public sphere and how its dominant ideas form this public sphere is very close to the idea of ideology being a veil of illusion pulled over the eyes of the average person blinding them from the real truth of society. Being part of ideology feels normal to everyone just as everyone is part of the public sphere. Hegemony is the relationship between base and superstructure. In order t...
  • Audiences On The Truth
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    Truth is an ideal that is sought and will continue to be sought by people, but truth is subject to a variety of influences. These influences can add to the truth, hide some of the truth, or corrupt it all together. That is why in a court of law, witnesses are asked to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. If we consider the ABC Frontline episode entitled 'The Siege', the media reports on 'The Children Overboard' affair from October 2001 to February 2002, and the Sydney Morni...
  • Truth And Katherine's Motivation
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    The play An Enemy of the People focuses on the truth and how different characters reveal their feelings about it. Each character is motivated by different things so act in a certain way. Therefore they end up in conflicts due to their opposing views about the truth of the Baths. For example, the Mayor acts the way he does because he's motivated by money. Doctor Stockmann tries to expose the truth because of his concern of the public's health and because he believes he's doing the right thing. Ka...

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