The goal of this paper is to identify the institution you will analyze in your research paper and give an overview of what you know about this institution’s background and the challenges it faces.
Identify the institution you will analyze in your research paper
Journalism/ new media
The goal of this paper is to identify the institution you will analyze in your research paper and give an overview of what you know about this institution’s background and the challenges it faces. This is an informal piece of writing. Do some reading, on the internet or in the American Institutions folder on our Blackboard site, gather your thoughts about what you have read and how you might approach it in a research paper, organize and write down those thoughts? Even though this is informal, you may be looking at and using sources you will want to include in your final paper.
Include rough citations (such as the name of the article in parentheses) for specific ideas and information that you use, and include a list of your sources. For this piece, it doesn’t need to be in a specific style, as long as you can relocate the article and connect it to its place in your work.
The details in the paragraph below is something I want to try and have in the paper.
I decided that I will be writing my research paper on the American institution of journalism/media. To begin the paper, I plan to talk about a little bit of how journalism and media plays a role in how the American people get their information weather that be from a newspaper or from the news. In today’s day and age everyone gets their information from either their local news station or from their most liked social media platform like Facebook or twitter.
But the news they receive is not trusted sometimes. I intend to talk about how getting news from creditable sources is very valuable. Will try to implement the background of journalism and media how they use ethos, pathos, and logos in everything that is spoken about. I will also try to speak about how the categories in journalism and keys of social media.
I will also try and compare different media types and how a post from Facebook can be very different from a post from twitter for example. By receiving different types of new can either play a positive effect or negative effect on how the reader receives the message.
I will then try to talk about how the government and politics adds stress on the media and journalist. For example, in the presidential election we see plenty of advertisements that twist the words of the other candidate to try and persuade the people. That is just one of the many ways that the government and politics can have a role in the media.