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24 Jul 2015

Social Media and the News

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

Technology has become the centerpiece of daily living. Most people interact with some form of technology on a daily basis. The invasion of technology in daily living has also allowed additional elements related to technology to influence society. Social media is one of the prevalent examples....

06 May 2013

Cover letter template for an internship

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

I am writing to apply for an internship with [INSERT COMPANY NAME] as a [INSERT POSITION/INTERN. My interpersonal skills and craving to make the workplace a better environment leads me to believe that I am right for the position. I am confident that I would be an incredible asset as an [INSERT...

29 Sep 2010

Threats and opportunities for public relations in online communities

Essay - 5 pages - Journalism

In 1982, the Chicago senior public relations (PR) consultant Philip Lesly wrote: "You won't be able to practice public relations effectively in the last half of the 1980's with just a local phone, a mimeograph machine and postage stamps, as the pioneers of this field did? (Reilly, 1987)....

29 Sep 2010

Media and terrorism: new challenges for freedom of expression?

Essay - 5 pages - Journalism

Benjamin Cardozo, an American jurist of the 20th century, used to say that "Freedom of expression is the matrix, the indispensable condition, of nearly every other form of freedom?. As such, freedom of expression was recognised, as early as at the end of the 18th century, as a fundamental right...

04 Aug 2010

Vivian Sobchack: Lounge Time

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

Vivian Sobchack begins her essay “Lounge Time” by clearly stating her purpose; to identify film noir and its context in society. Film noir is a term used by film critiques to refer to the trend that took place in American movies following World War II. While the American films of the...

19 Jul 2010

Sensory writings: My bedroom at 12

Essay - 2 pages - Journalism

At age twelve, I lived in Elkridge, Maryland, a country town that was on its path to the suburban. I lived with my mother in a two bedroom, two bathroom apartment on the second floor of a corner building. My room was the farthest room from the front door. In order to reach...

30 Jun 2010

Tax reform meets renewable energy solutions

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

Yesterday, the House introduced H.R. 6049 the Energy Tax Extenders Act also known as the Job Creation Act. The bill serves to reinstate tax incentives for American-produced renewable energy sources which are critical to creating more jobs with a focus on renewable energy, as well as...

30 Jun 2010

Poverty, "smells too much like fear"

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

The “Parallel Universe” as described by Barbara Ehrenreich, is the coexistence of two classes within the same city. In Key West, Florida the author attempts to tackle low-wage service work in the tourism climate of South Florida. While she provides brief glances into her own life, she...

30 Jun 2010

Numbers, charts and facts: The department of education

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

40% of American school children are deemed “low income,” unable to pay for higher education without private funding. 40% equals almost 20 million students under the age of 18. Across the country those low income students have a reading comprehension 27% below the national average, by...

30 Jun 2010

The North Dakota quarterly: Summer 2007

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

The words "My wild and irregular life" open the summer 2007 issue of the North Dakota Quarterly. From the first illustration, to these arousing words on the opposite page this issue of NDQ engages the reader, never letting him go. Creative and articulate, as a whole, the journal is a refreshing...

29 Jun 2010

Travel Log

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

In The Expedition of Humphrey Clinker by Tabias Smollett, readers receive an insight into the ever-changing life of the traveling man and his daily interactions as well as his travel findings. The novel can be read as a travel log because through these men, the reader learns of the landscape over...

29 Jun 2010

Iconoclasm and its role within the Islamic communities of the world

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

Iconoclasm, the destruction of important images or icons, in this case religious symbols is often taken as defamation on that religious culture. It is the breaking of an assumed image taken in a new context to create a new meaning. In Finbarr Barry Flood's article, “Between Cult and Culture:...

29 Jun 2010

A letter to a black hole

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

Silence is known as the lack of sound or movement but it is also characterized as the restrain from the exercise of any function, privilege of instruction. The two views are very different, but yet are the same. Silence isn't always intentional or good. In some cases silence is good because it...

29 Jun 2010

My life during summer

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

This is the life. My body hanging gently suspended in the air by a finely woven hammock. The warm air has generated a thin line of sweat that caresses my shirtless chest and arms. Comfortably folded behind my head are my arms, fully relaxed and unflinching. Every...

28 Jun 2010

Couldn't fool me

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

One of the stories that gets told a lot about myself by my family members, especially my brother and mother, was the story of me when I was about seven or eight years old. I had just woken up from a nap and I'm typically crabby when somebody or something wakes me up. My brother made a video...

28 Jun 2010

No hitter

Essay - 3 pages - Journalism

Here I stand, on the brink of immortality. Three outs, no more, no less. No problem. A little flutter from the butterflies in my stomach, but they're not bad. Three outs at a time, trot out, trot back in. I've done this many times I tell myself, no sweat....

24 Jun 2010

Watney, Simon. 1987. "The spectacle of AIDS" Lesbian and gay studies reader. New York: Routledge

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

In Simon Watney's article, “The Spectacle of AIDS”, Watney illustrates that the AIDS epidemic has become just that; a spectacle. Watney first places the blame for this confusion on the strategic constant misreporting of facts and figures relating to this epidemic. He then goes on to...

24 Jun 2010

Rubin, Gayle. 1993. "Thinking sex: Notes for a radical theory of the politics of sexuality." Lesbian and gay studies reader. New York: Routledge

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

Gayle Rubin, in her 1984 essay entitled “Thinking Sex: Notes for a Radical Theory of the Politics of Sexuality” argues that sex is a political tool causing repression in Western Society. Her first claim refers to the Victorian ideal of morality as she explains that the hold of Christian...

24 Jun 2010

Feinberg, Leslie. 1992. "Transgender Liberation: A Movement Whose Time Has Come." New York: World View Forum

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

In Leslie Feinberg's article, “Transgender Liberation: A Movement Whose Time Has Come”, she begins by introducing the oppression and violence that is put upon transgendered people. Feinberg first uses the example of “berdache” or transgendered Native Americans, who were...

21 Jun 2010

The Bulgarian identity

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

The subject of this essay is the world's assumptions and inferences about my identity as a Bulgarian. There are two general opinions on Bulgarian people: the opinion of the Bulgarians and the opinion of the foreign visitors of the country. We Bulgarians define ourselves as smart, warm and...

21 Jun 2010

The hysterical epidemic

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

The editorial chosen for evaluation is “The Hysterical Epidemic” (Capital, issue 44/7-13 November 2009, p. 16 - 17). It concerns the most popular topic for the last weeks - the epidemic of swine flu. The editorial argues that that kind of flu is not as dangerous as it seems....

21 Apr 2010

Programmed cell death

Essay - 2 pages - Journalism

H. Robert Horvitz won the 2002 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work on programmed cell death (apoptosis) in the Caenorhabditis elegan roundworm. Horvitz discovered that cells don't die because they have been damaged by life or outside environment, but rather it is caused by...

01 Apr 2010

Thomas Jefferson

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

Thomas Jefferson was an elusive man, difficult to understand with many contradictions and complexities. He wrote little about his parents, but it seems he loved and admired his father, Peter Jefferson, who died when Jefferson was just a child. Yet for the rest of his life Thomas always tried to...

01 Apr 2010

Mine Okubo's life

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

On December 7, 1941, Mine Okubo's life changed forever. Following the attack on Pearl Harbor, Mine Okubo and many other persons of Japanese ancestry in the United States understood the implications this attack would have on their lives. Okubo's fears were realized when she was involuntarily...

01 Apr 2010

History of Nazi Germany

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

In an article titled “Obedient and Dissident Youth”, Detlev Peukert details the role of youth in Nazi Germany. In particular, Peukert draws a line between two parts of that youth demographic—those associated with the Hitler Youth, and other groups diametrically opposed to what the...

01 Apr 2010

The holocaust: A gray area

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

In his article, “Well Intended Liberal Slop,” Andrew Loman sets out to establish a connection between the atrocities committed against Jews during the Holocaust and the racially motivated discrimination of blacks in America. Loman contends that Arthur Spiegelman's Maus, despite its...

01 Apr 2010

Executive Order 12333

Essay - 1 pages - Journalism

The issue of government condoned assassinations has once again arisen in Washington. Executive Order 12333 specifically states that “no person employed by or acting on behalf of the United States Government shall engage in, or conspire to engage in, assassination.” Especially as the...

17 Jun 2009

Construction: Failure and success

Essay - 426 pages - Journalism

The presentation first talks about its objectives and then moves onto some simple errors that can be made while constructing a building. It will then cover the types of errors followed by the classification and causes of these errors before moving onto the failures and their various types. It...

07 May 2009

Six feet of the country, by Nadine Gordimer

Essay - 3 pages - Journalism

How does Nadine Gordimer denounce Apartheid in this short story? Judging from this text, do you think she uses literature as a political weapon? In “Six Feet of the Country”, a short story written in 1956, the South-African white author Nadine Gordimer tells the story of a white man and...

05 Mar 2009

History of technology

Essay - 5 pages - Journalism

When people think about technology from a contemporary perspective, they often think about all the gadgets and devices that are common-place in our lives. For example, only ten years ago we were watching movies on VCR's and were talking on cell phones that would be unrecognizable compared...