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Papers On Journalism (Page 1)
History & The Media : A 7 page paper giving a brief history
of journalism which discusses the media’s role in shaping
history (a recounting it). Also discusses the differences
between naturalism and realism in journalistic reporting.
Bibliography lists 5 sources. Media.wps

History of Writing : A 10 page paper which gives an
historical overview of the history of writing, beginning with
the hieroglyphics and progressing to present day. Discusses
such achievements as Gutenberg's printing press and the
creation of punctuation. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

Print Media Analyzed : A 3 page paper which defines print
media, explains its importance and effect on society, and its
struggle to compete in an age of ‘instant’ information.
Bibliography lists 2 sources. Printmed.wps

Elizabeth Mallet & The Daily Courant : An 8 page proposal
for a research study that considers the role of Elizabeth
Mallet in the founding of the Daily Courant, England’s first
daily newspaper, and evaluates the gender-based biases that
have resulted in her subjugation in history to later publisher
Samuel Buckley and the use of the pseudonym Edward
Mallet in reviews of the history of her era. Bibliography lists
9 sources. Courant.wps

Williams and Sowell / American Journalism : A 12 page
paper that provides an overview of the influence of journalists
like Walter Williams and Thomas Sowell on American
journalism. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Sewellw.wps

Protest As A Way To Change : An 8 page paper examining
the civil rights movement of the 50's, 60's, and 70's and how
protest has brought about change in our nation. Also
examines the Women's Movement as a second pier protest
and looks at the meaning and overall impact turbulent and
peaceful protest has had on our society. Bibliography lists 1
source. Protestc.wps

Dick Schaap, Journalist : A 4 page essay examining whether
sports writer and broadcast sports and news journalist Dick
Schaap qualifies more as a journalist or as a literary writer.
The paper includes excerpts from one of his 32 books and
from an ABC news broadcast for examination. Schaap has
won journalistic awards over the last 30 years for a variety of
topics, including an Emmy for the “20/20” study he both
wrote and reported on the drug addiction nightmare of
comedian Sid Cesar. The paper concludes that Schaap is
indeed a journalist. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Schaap.wps

Ernie Pyle, World War II Journalist : A 10 page paper that
considers the elements of the work of Ernie Pyle that made
him one of the most copied journalists of the century. This
paper provides an overview of the work of Pyle within the
scope of World War II. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Participatory Journalism : The debate on the ethics of this
style of journalism is explored in this 7 page paper. John
Reed and George Plimpton are cited as possessing such a
style. Opinions from others such as Tom Brokaw and Mary
Matalin are expressed. Examples of journalistic techniques
are provided. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Jurnlsm.wps

Yellow Journalism : 10 pages in length. Just prior to 1900,
there was an explosion of such literary significance that it still
taints news reporting over one hundred years later. Yellow
journalism, the sensationalistic tactics that opened up an
entirely new venue of newspaper reporting, utilized some of
the most unscrupulous tactics in order to sell a story. The
primary participants in this era of underhanded journalism
were William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer, both
highly talented and shrewd publishers. The writer discusses
the effects of yellow journalism at the turn of the century, as
well as addresses its aftermath on contemporary media.
Bibliography lists 7 sources. Yeljourn.wps

“History Of Women In Journalism” by Beasely and
Gibbons :
A 5 page paper discussing the book “Taking
Their Place” which details the history of women in journalism.
Various notable female journalists are briefly discussed, as
are the challenges they faced. Bibliography lists three sources.

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