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13 Sep 2020

Comparing Sir Philip Green affair on The Sun and The Guardian

Case study - 3 pages - Journalism

The Sun is a conservative British tabloid created on September 15th of 1964 in London (at Wapping) by Sidney Jacobsen and most sold in the United Kingdom, almost 3 billion 2 hundred copies per day. Concerning The Guardian, it's a social-liberalism British Broadsheet founded in 1821 in London...

14 Apr 2015

Theories of Communication

Case study - 3 pages - Journalism

Media Determinism is derived from technological determinist theory. This theory proposes that the progress of a society is a function of technological advancement. In addition, the advancements in the field of technology are determined by social demand because demand creates a void in the market...

13 Apr 2015

Rapid freight case study

Case study - 5 pages - Journalism

Creation of a video environment for the organization is required. This should be convergent network which can be fixed without incurring a lot of cost on installations or changing the existing network architecture. The number of channels also needs to be increased. One circuit should be enhanced...

19 Feb 2015

Facebook - Technical Report

Case study - 6 pages - Journalism

The report is about Facebook as one of the major social networking software.The purpose of the report is to describe the effects of the use of Facebook globally mainly concentrating on the communication aspect as demonstrated by Facebook that it is now used a major communication tool. The effects...

30 Jan 2015

Professionalism in journalism

Case study - 5 pages - Journalism

The emergence of new communication technologies offers the recontextualization of a large set of spheres of collective experience, their knowledge and practices. Journalism is one of these spheres, constituted as a specialized competence within the field of social narratives, which, from the...

30 Jan 2015

Gender journalism

Case study - 7 pages - Journalism

To Cremilda Medina, belief in Journalism is "[...] the fact commented and evaluated on a demonstrative argument" (MEDINA, 1988 p.70). The author proposes a mood board where points as categories of journalistic production information, expanded information and opinion expressed, considered...

30 Jan 2015

The Journalism integration and strengthening of cultural life

Case study - 5 pages - Journalism

In a study on the press in the first decades of the twentieth century, Karina Woitowicz Janz (2003) provides some clues that can indicate how the scheduled culture and built with and by the action of the daily, from the most important newspaper of the case study circulated in Curitiba (circa...

29 Jan 2015

Journal Article Analysis: Connectivity and Work Dominance: Panacea or Pariah?

Case study - 3 pages - Journalism

Work-connecting technologies (WCT) have significantly changed the face of work and still have a brilliant facilitative potential. Yet, WCT more than often aggravates such tendencies as working for longer hours especially in young professionals. This connectivity provides a constant availability...

29 Jan 2015

Integrated Marketing Communication

Case study - 6 pages - Journalism

Integrated marketing communication is a term that implies the application of constant brand messaging across a variety of marketing channels. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the impact that internet marketing would have in facilitating internet marketing communication in the case of...

23 Jan 2015

Cultural Journalism - the importance of critical theatre

Case study - 12 pages - Journalism

This study analyzed the theme "the profile of theater columnists and critics working in Brazilian journalism." The objective of this study was to survey the theater columnists acting in major journalistic vehicles. He was later approached by the professional curriculum, the formation of the most...

15 Sep 2014

Controlling organized crime paper

Case study - 3 pages - Journalism

Although the amount of information available to investigators on organized crime has increased due to the increasing number of crime activities, crime has also evolved significantly,and the law enforcement units have a large amount of information to keep. The significant collection of information...

05 Sep 2014

The essence of Nurturing Artistic talent in School

Case study - 3 pages - Journalism

Every reputable author knows that the success of any literary work lays in convincing the reader to view issues from the author's viewpoint. Persuasion is the key to conviction. The article I chose for this context is Lynda Barry's ‘The Sanctuary of School.' Barry brings to light the...

19 Aug 2014

Analysis of mass communication product- Gangnam Style, dance song & Quote, by PSY from South Korea

Case study - 2 pages - Journalism

Gangnam Style is a pop dance song written and performed by South Korean singer, Park Jae Sung, known by his stage name PSY. The song was released in 2012 and since the video has received the attention of more than eight million viewers that have generated a number of satires. The song Gangnam...

13 Aug 2014

Substance abuse in the media

Case study - 4 pages - Journalism

Differing from the traditional advertising, the depictions from the media regarding the legal drugs do not invite any criticism since they are regarded to be positive and not as an advert. The outcome portrays mixed messages to young people about these substances, significantly contributed by the...

12 Aug 2014

Eminem: Case study

Case study - 3 pages - Journalism

Hip Hop is often associated with black artists. They rap about segregation and use derogatory language in their work. Therefore, it is no surprise that this genre is mostly popular among the Blacks and colored people, specifically the low-income groups. The segregation is so intense that it was...

09 Oct 2013


Case study - 2 pages - Journalism

Journaling is a phenomenal tool to utilize as a writer when creating, thinking and learning new processes. Attaining the ability to think and write freely allows a research scientist the opportunity to develop and understand the complete criteria of qualitative analysis. A writer...

13 Aug 2013

The effects of media on society

Case study - 2 pages - Journalism

Humans are an influential species. The influence rendered specifically affects other humans. We are influenced by a variety of elements. History, popular figures, trends, and religion are examples of elements that impact on our society. Each of the fore mentioned elements are presented through...

21 Jun 2013

Can photography aid treatment and maintenance of relationships, for those suffering with dementia?

Case study - 3 pages - Journalism

The idea behind this investigation of photographic research within Dementia treatment and relationships began with an interest of mine in phototherapy and therapeutic photography. It is recognized that phototherapy and therapeutic photography are very related, however are...

19 Jun 2013

Do Ebooks signal the end for Paper Books?

Case study - 2 pages - Journalism

There appears to be no universal agreement about the inventor of ebooks or the first ebook reader, but the history of devices designed to display books in various formats other than paper dates back to the 1950s, when Memex, a device that stored books photographed on microfilm and displayed them...

09 Jul 2012

Freedom of expression and the media

Case study - 20 pages - Journalism

There is a general consent that free speech is a good thing. Countries without it are undemocratic, not protecting individual rights. Media has encouraged the exchange of ideas; social networks have helped free speech. Judges who have to decide on free speech cases will try to balance this right...

07 Jun 2012

How to Avoid Facebook and Twitter Disasters

Case study - 2 pages - Journalism

This paper will analyze the article “How to Avoid Facebook and Twitter Disasters”, by Christopher Null, PC World (2009). The article looks at the significant consequences of Facebook's privacy features. The continuous changes of a number of these features by...

21 May 2012

Outline of a number of issues related to net neutrality and social media

Case study - 3 pages - Journalism

The study of internet neutrality and information sharing through media elements has been the subject of numerous studies during recent decades. Several commentators have discussed these subjects in relation to a number of different elements and concerns. In the light of today's...

03 Feb 2011

The case study of Skype

Case study - 6 pages - Journalism

Skype is software that allows free calls from one computer to another computer. Skype uses VoIP, but also, pays to call on any landline or mobile or enables to receive calls from landline or mobile. To use Skype, you need a computer, internet access, a microphone and speakers. We will see how it...

13 Aug 2009

Health services in the Gaza

Case study - 6 pages - Journalism

Previous research studies reveal that utilization of health services vary systematically among individuals and communities. There are a number of factors that influence the utilization of services, including the availability of services, quality and cost of services, and other social...

29 Jul 2009

"Mind-Blowing, Toe-Curling Sex": Coding sexualization and authority in advertising copy

Case study - 3 pages - Journalism

The discipline of art history has altered its theoretical preoccupations over the past century to include popular or “low” forms of artistic expression within its avenue of criticism. As such, advertising copy is viewed as a representation of cultural trends, and the fashion industry...

17 Jun 2009

Communication and media

Case study - 6 pages - Journalism

Communication is the process of exchanging information usually via a common system of symbols and "Communication studies" is the academic discipline which studies communication. Almost every university that has a journalism program also offers a distinct program often ...

18 May 2009

Nuit Blanche: Paris 2007

Case study - 23 pages - Journalism

In 2002, Christophe Girard, deputy major in charge of the culture suggested to Bertrand Delanoe, mayor of Paris, to create an artistic course devoted to the contemporary art for a whole night in Paris. It was imagined by Jean Blaise, the creator of the festival ‘The lit ‘(‘switched...

16 Jan 2009

New British second homeowners in the French countryside: The Cathar country's case

Case study - 24 pages - Journalism

The study examined the motivations of the British buying a second home in France and more particularly in the “Cathar Country”. The research then focused on their economic impacts on the region, and their integration in the local community. Antagonism of the British second homeowners...

13 Jan 2009

Qualitative vs. quantitative research techniques in tourism

Case study - 10 pages - Journalism

Research in the field of tourism has not been very important until the early nineteen seventies; it has begun to spread only since that time. Marketing research is a broad concept including various techniques, but a main distinction should be done between quantitative and qualitative research...

09 Jan 2009

Entertainment industries and globalization: Focus on the music industry

Case study - 8 pages - Journalism

For the past decades, globalization has represented the center of each and every interest from the populations, the firms, the states and the international organizations. It has invaded every aspect of our lives in a way or so, from the way we dress to the things we buy and the leisure we have....