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Evaluation Of Public Opinion Surveys

- Researchers who conduct public opinion surveys in times of crisis must be sensitive to respondent concerns and ability to answer specific questions. They also must note whether there are any locations where interviewing may be problematic because of the crisis. This can include areas affected by natural disasters and those that have been the sites of military action, terrorist attacks, or other forms of violence. The requirement that no harm come to survey participants is particularly important in these circumstances....   [tags: Opinion poll, Sampling]

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Opinion: Search of Knowledge

- While the experience, proven technique, or research of an expert on a given subject are all tremendous guides in the quest for knowledge, the opinion of said expert will almost certainly hinder or deter one in the pursuit of knowledge. The very nature of an opinion is something that undoubtedly challenges the three aforementioned factors in regards to the search of knowledge. Most definitions of the word “opinion” have the same characteristics in diction, with “a belief,” “a personal view,” and “estimate” all topping the list of the most commonly used phrases and words....   [tags: knowledge, opinion, experience, insight]

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Finding Your Own Opinion: Youth in Philadelphia

- “ If you can dream it, you can do it. Always remember that this whole thing was started with a dream and a mouse.” (Walt Disney) The public in the city of Philadelphia has described the youth as loud, obnoxious, and ghetto. That is not the case. In fact, we are all human and we have flaws. But the problem is that the youth are not given an outlet to express themselves in way where we are looked upon with respect. We aren’t given the correct tools to show the world that we are here and we want to be seen....   [tags: following the crowd, own opinion]

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The Power of the Media to Influence Public Opinion

- Police officers are an integral part of our society, they exist to establish and maintain stability and safety for the citizens which are in their jurisdiction. However, that great responsibility does not come without a downside, when people are given power there will always be someone who will abuse it. Our law enforcement staff is no exception to this rule; in 2010 there were 4,861 reports of police misconduct in the United States (NPMSRP). Police misconduct can mean anything from fraud or theft, to sexual assault or the use of excessive force....   [tags: Media and Public Opinion]

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Public Opinion Meets the Internet

- The Internet along with other technologies has opened channels of communication. Not only has the Internet played a great role in forming international public opinions regarding the United States throughout the Middle East, Asia, and Western Europe, but it has also helped to democratize the rest of the world by allowing them to voice their own opinions. However, sometimes the incited cyber public opinions would lead to some extremely negative behaviors and cause serious problems like cyber bullying, real life crimes, and even a long time social unrest....   [tags: technology, opinions]

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Forming an Opinion of Others based on Wealth

- Imagine a world where everyone wears the same types and colors of clothing, and listens to the same type of music. How would that world appear to anybody that has lived in this world. Very likely, it would appear bland and boring; with no changes or differences in nearly all aspects of life. For most people, what is worn and listened to, affects how others are viewed through the eyes of everyone else and is used to express opinions and personality. Typically, 2 people will form an opinion of others within the first 3 seconds of meeting one another....   [tags: opinions, classism,]

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- Odyssey Essay Being attacked by one eyed monsters, huge storms, a giant sea dragon, and scores of angry men were just a few of the perils Odysseus had to overcome. He did not only overcome them, but he did so in a way that would forever be thought of as heroic. Odysseus, the epic hero of Homer's The Odyssey demonstrates the Greek ideal of leadership, bravery, and devotion to the gods. Odysseus was a great leader and showed his leadership abilities many times, times where his men were ready to give up and accept their fate....   [tags: Opinion Essays]

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An Opinion On A & P

- An Opinion on A&P The short story by John Updike called “A&P” is a very interesting little story. The way that it is written is quite amusing. It seems as though the story takes place around the seventies maybe, but the reader never really knows because it is not specified. One might think this is the time frame because of how Sammy, the narrator of the story, writes as if this is the time period in which he is living. Sammy starts the story seeming as an ordinary grocery cashier in a small store, but it seems as if he has a little something to say about every person he sees or talks to, although he does not say anything out loud to the customers (or his boss for that ma...   [tags: Short story, John Updike, Fiction, Mind]

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The Fear Of An Opinion

- The Fear of an Opinion Self-confidence requires trust, and trust requires you to believe. Self-confidence is a weird thing. Some people have too much, while others have too little, yet some people only have confidence in some things and not in other things. Some of the most common things that people are or are not confident in is their looks, their skills, or their knowledge. Confidence is important, it controls our effort level and seeing confident people means seeing happy people working hard....   [tags: Confidence, Self-confidence, Learning, Thing]

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The Opinion of Four

- Books that are on the Best-Seller-List are reviewed or criticized more than any other book published at any given time. Which is the case of the, “Tipping Point, written by Malcolm Gladwell.” Gladwell’s book has been combed over many times over by Book Reviews/Critics. From the excerpts, I have read of the, “Tipping Point,” Gladwell seems laudable of the reviews. Evaluation of the following Book Reviewer/Critics, Allan Wolfe from the, Kirk McElhearn from, and Andrew Collins from will allow me to form an opinion....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]

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Biased Opinion Narrative

- My employer, an electrical fixtures supply company, has decided to purchase company cars for all of the sales staff. I have been asked to select the line of automobiles that should be purchased. I have decided that on grounds of economy and longevity that it is in the company's best interest to purchase Volvo's. As a prudent and sensible buyer, I have done research on the web and have discovered that experts agree the Volvo is the most mechanically superior and safe automobile for my companies needs....   [tags: Biased Opinion Car Brand Narrative]

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An Opinion On The Question Of Pornography

- It is evident throughout Wislawa Szymborska’s poetry that she is an extremely knowledgeable and worldly woman. Her writing is strongly influenced by her worldly perspective and the value she places upon it. Her experienced view of the world and the knowledge that her experience brought her resulted in a recurring motif of intellect throughout her works. The motif is glaringly prevalent in the poems “An Opinion on the Question of Pornography”, “Discovery”, “Soliloquy for Cassandra”, and “Conversation with a Stone”....   [tags: Religion, Faith, Belief, Sexual arousal]

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A Opinion On The Importance Of Communication

- Housh’s Opinion on the Importance of Communication Communication in the workplace is important for many reasons. According to the Houston Chronicle, effective communication helps with diversity, team building and employee morale. Furthermore, good and effective communication also affects the global business economy. Steve Burnett states it best, in my opinion, “Regardless of the changes in technology, the market for well-crafted messages will always have an audience." (Leading Thoughts, 2015). I have witnessed terrible communication interactions, but I have also witnessed excellent communication interactions....   [tags: Communication, University]

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My Opinion On The Meaning Of Ownership

- In my opinion the meaning of ownership can be interpreted many different ways, and has been done so by many different people and cultures. But everybody must form an opinion which “belongs to them” to fully understand the beliefs of ownership. In my experience the only things I truly want to hold onto for life are memories, family, friends, and other intangible experiences and skills. I believe that in 50 years I am not going to remember that stuffed animal I bought at Build A Bear, I am going to remember the friends who shared the teddy bear with me, and the adventures I had with it....   [tags: Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism, Ontology]

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The American Of Public Opinion On Darwin

- The figures described above can be seriously defined as leading an unquantifiable section of public opinion on Darwin. Where data can be found, sociological readings show American nadirs of trust in Darwin in the 1980s and early 2000s have been partially (if slowly) stemmed by the public resurgence of Neo-Darwinian Positivism1. The amount of Americans accepting the broad materialistic evolutionary thesis rose to c.16% from c.9% between 1982 and 2010 according to Gallup polling2. This rises to closer to c.60% when some form of evolutionary cosmology is considered3....   [tags: Evolution, Charles Darwin, Creationism]

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The Japanese Conquest Of American Opinion

- Summary of “The Japanese Conquest of American Opinion” “The Japanese Conquest of American Opinion” by Montaville Flowers was written predominantly in an attacking manner towards “The American Japanese Problem” (1914). Montaville Flowers was a key supporter of anti-Japanese racism in California around the twentieth century. Montaville Flowers main objective in this excerpt was to attack “The American Japanese Problem”, this suggested racially non-discriminatory immigration laws, and was to oppose its author, Reverend Sidney L....   [tags: Race, Racism, White people, Race]

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The Is Your Opinion On Breastfeeding

- 1.What is your opinion on breastfeeding in public. This is a difficult topic for me to discuss and put into perspective, I am a male and I feel that a mother who has been told to cover up or move away from a public area while she is breastfeeding can go either way. Mothers should feel free to breastfeed whenever they need to but they should consider using a nursing cover to conceal the breast while feeding. I have two children and I feel that I would want my wife to cover her feeding breast to take away some of the discomfort that others may have with the idea of breastfeeding in public....   [tags: Breastfeeding, Infant, Lactation, Breast milk]

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An Opinion Of Religion Is Harmful

- The audience for this informative essay is the professor of my English Composition course, Pamela Hughes, and the entirety of my class. The purpose of this essay is to present an opinion of religion. The idea that religion is harmful to take to any extent of extremity. Though controversial, I believe that this topic should be addressed. It may be heinous and unfavorable to express an opinion that contains such heresy, but even if every word is disagreed with, it is always helpful to view something from another perspective....   [tags: Religion, Faith, God, Belief]

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Influence Of Media On Public Opinion

- Influence on Public Opinion I. Introduction How does media influence politics. Can media outlets change the way voters reason and make rational decisions. The answers to these questions have been highly debated throughout the twentieth and twenty-first century, as media sources have flourished due to rapid technological advancements. Initial studies and political psychology beliefs held that the media had strong, direct, subliminal-like effects, while, more recent research provides convincing evidence that individual political behaviors and beliefs are influenced specific contextual and individual-level factors....   [tags: Mass media, Concentration of media ownership]

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The American Opinion On Foreign Aid

- In 2014, the Kaiser Family Foundation conducted a research studying the American opinion on foreign aid. Researchers asked several questions in chronological order regarding the United States foreign aid spending. The results showed approximately, “56% of Americans believed the United States spends too much on foreign aid.” Next, the researchers told Americans, “The United States spends less than 1% of its annual budget on foreign aid.” After hearing additional information about U.S. foreign policy budget, “only 28% of interviewed Americans believed the United States overspent on foreign aid.” Americans have many misperceptions about what the money is used for abroad and its importance to...   [tags: United States, United Nations]

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Some Laws are Based on Opinion

- Since the robber during the night is presumed to be indulging in the murder of the householder, the householder is permitted to use deadly force to prevent him/her and his/her family from being assaulted. On the contrary, due to the fact that the robber during the day is presumed to merely have the intention of stealing without assault, the householder may not use deadly force against the robber, and may only strike him down without murdering him. Rashi goes on further to teach that if the thief/robber is recognized for whatever reason (perhaps some light shines upon him or his voice sounds familiar or he is not wearing a mask) as a familiar person to the householder, than the householder ma...   [tags: robbery, intent, crime]

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An Opinion About Being A Woman

- The most ironic thing as an opinion about “being a woman in Iraq” is women needed to be “chaperoned” whenever they leave the house (Farzaneh, 2014). A chaperone is something a child needs to make sure they are avoiding any danger as much as possible and keeping safe. Their male guardian chaperone is always a male relative that would convoy them to complete any errands in the public, even doctor visits and also, when doing shopping trips for the household and family necessities. The government is now trying to lift the laws of restriction on women so that it will be possible for them to travel without the permission of their husbands and male relatives (Farzaneh, 2014)....   [tags: Education, Poverty, Woman, Marriage]

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The Opinion And Persuasive Essay

- Consider the opinion and persuasive essays students are instructed to write. Using arguments and (hopefully) facts, students must explain their perspective, and then argue theirs is the correct side and all others are erroneous. They are to defend their opinion from attacks and to rip apart other viewpoints. Also are current event reports. In these, the teacher has her pupils research the news or some current event (as the name helpfully describes) and share their findings with the class. Under certain teachers, not only are the students to do this, but they are to add a twist by giving their perspective....   [tags: Critical thinking, Reasoning, Epistemology]

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The 's Opinion On Whistleblowing

- 1) Compare and Contrast • a. Maggie Severns’ opinion on whistleblowing is that the people involved are just trying to better the government. Severns states in her interview that there are different types of whistleblowing, and that “data dumps” are not the best way to ensure an effective government, or to make the difference intended. Also, in the interview Severns states that anonymity in whistleblowing makes it less effective, since there needs to be a face attached to the situation to make people remember....   [tags: First Amendment to the United States Constitution]

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Media's Effect on Public Opinion

- Public opinion regarding politics is a hot-button subject. It can make or break a politicians career or if a bill or initiative passes or fails. In this age of instant access to information we are constantly updated on current affairs by a plethora of outlets such as The Internet on sites like or or Television for either cable news like Fox News, CNN, MSNBC or CSPAN. There is also smartphone access to news sources via apps that update you on breaking news or Basic Cable news like NBC Nightly News....   [tags: Society, News, Media]

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Morality, Freedom and Public Opinion

- The protagonists in the films Kinsey by Bill Condon and Thank You for Smoking by Jason Reitman are two men who are cut from very different styles of cloth. In Kinsey, the titular character uses logical discourse and gathered statistics in an attempt to remove the shackles of moral prudery from the subject of human sexuality for the betterment of humanity. On the other hand, the central character in Thank You for Smoking is a lobbyist for the tobacco industry who uses logical fallacy and rhetoric to obscure the health risks of tobacco use because he is extraordinarily good at it, and additionally he gets paid handsomely....   [tags: Character Analysis ]

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Media Deliberation And Public Opinion

- Media Deliberation “Ok ladies now let’s get in formation” are the words we heard at this year’s 50th Super Bowl halftime show, sung by singer Beyoncé’. As she sang and danced the crowd went wild and cheered her on as usual. During and after her performance people took to social media discussing how great she looked, the costume she wore, how she almost tripped, and the alleged political stand she was taking. Since her performance there has been a wide spread of conversations on talk shows, news outlets, social media sites, and radio stations discussing what is said to have been a controversial performance....   [tags: Mass media, Concentration of media ownership]

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My Personal Opinion On Health

- In my personal opinion the meaning of health is established by the individual. For some it might mean being completely disease free, but for others who are diagnosed with a chronic disease this might not be true. The fact that one might have a chronic condition does not necessarily automatically mean that the person can no longer possess the ability to be healthy. Health constitutes how the person is caring for themselves, regardless of their health history. It does not necessarily mean being disease free, but is determined by how involved the patient is in the healthcare decisions, in contrast to being passive as this can impact the state of wellbeing (Freidman, Bowden, & Jones, 2003, p.363...   [tags: Nursing, Health care, Health, Patient]

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My Opinion On Apprentice Scholars

- One of the most discussed and debated conversation that has been done over research writing is that, whether apprentice scholars is allowed to use personal pronouns and emotional language in research writing. This can be really confusing when apprentice scholars writing research paper , because lots of people have a same doubt in their brain, sometimes the personal pronouns and emotional language in the report or in research writing is more making sense with the writing and seems necessary in essay....   [tags: Logic, Critical thinking, Personal pronoun]

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My Opinion On Personality Development

- When it comes to nurture versus nature, the topic of personality development can be very complex. Nature involves physical, genetic history, neuroscience, and biological vulnerability. To nurture is to care for and encourage development. In my opinion, I believe nurture has more important factors when it comes to personality development. Three of the most important factors include parenting, character, and environment. These three factors come together and play important roles when it comes to developing a personality....   [tags: Psychology, Developmental psychology, Parenting]

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Opinion Editorial By Hassan Abdi

- Opinion Editorial By Hassan Abdi In the article written by Richard Rodriguez, Aria: A Memoir of a Bilingual Childhood, he conveys an opinion that Bilingual education doesn’t work. He conveys it through his personal experience. Published by the Phi Beta Kappa to the American Society in 1981, the audience and his message are a broad and important now as it was thirty five years ago. As the amount of children that don’t speak English as their first language continue to rise, bilingual education has become a polarizing topic like most things, and for me, I am neutral on the topic....   [tags: Multilingualism, Second language, Lingua franca]

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The Supreme Court 's Opinion

- The Supreme Court’s opinion in National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius could have been an expansion of the powers of the federal government under the Commerce Clause. Instead, Roberts sought to redefine the penalty as a tax, so to avoid defining it as a power under Congress power to regulate interstate commerce. Although I agree with Roberts reasoning so as not to uphold the law under the Commerce Clause, I also find the redefining of the individual mandate as problematic. However, I believe the issue of Severability has become of great importance when one considers the implementation of the ACA has shown that by making the Medicare expansion optional it has impaired the inte...   [tags: United States Constitution]

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Everyones Entitled to an Opinion

- Everyone is entitled to an opinion Education is a universal accepted idea that promotes success. We all agree that an education is ideal for each individual as it promotes cognitive growth in all aspects. Growth in the economy, medicine research and a reduced crime rate can all be contributed to having an education. There is a general understanding of how greatly beneficial education is to society. However with every great thing there are different opinions. There are many different variables that pertain in education....   [tags: Education, Crime Rates, Medical Research]

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Reflection Paper On Public Opinion

- It is hard to believe that the semester is almost over already. The time has really flown by because it feels like we just started a few weeks ago. This is because of how interesting this class was. The format that this class took was nice being able to interact with the other students through discussions rather that the form I am used to of just doing my assignment and never getting to know the other people in my class. It was nice to be able to see other people’s opinions and how they took in the lesson for that week....   [tags: Government, Public policy]

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To Each His Own Opinion

- To each his own Opinion During the 20th century, America had many challenges and one of the main issues was social discrimination. Although slavery was abolished in the late 19th century, the Negros were still being treated unfairly by the white majority. They were forced to separate themselves from the white society against their will. They had different schools, facilities, and even had to sit in a different section on the buses. However, a few individuals had decided to step up and take action against this racial segregation and through their inspiring speeches and interviews, they created change in the nation....   [tags: Racism]

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My Opinion On The Agency

- My Opinion After doing all this extensive research on the agency, Team One, I would have to say that all around I really like and approve of what this company does and what they stand for. At first what drew me to them was their website. I liked how user friendly their page was and how it seemed fresh, new, and modern. I really appreciated the fact that when I was on the website I did not feel like I was getting lost in too much information or could not find where certain things were. This was because they were able to take me on a virtual tour of their web page making it easy for me to clearly see the different aspects of what they are about and what they aim to offer....   [tags: Advertising, Advertising agency, A Good Thing]

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What Is Religion? My Opinion

- What is religion. My opinion, it is the individual’s source of essential security and purpose. A belief in God or Higher Power to provide insight and conscious to humanity. Religion is the reference book to our existence and purpose on earth. In the book of Genesis, also known as, beginnings, we are told that Word was with God and the Word was God. God created man in his image male and female. God’s plan for mankind in essence was for fellowship and worship. I am a born-again Christian of the Baptist faith and The Holy Bible is my instructional guide/doctrine trusted to provide principle and guidance in life....   [tags: Religion, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity]

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Argument on Public Opinion

- The maxim above denotes the basis for human society. Prior to the social institution of public opinion, communal living was non-existent. With its gradual inception over time, some semblance of order and society emerged. But considering Rousseau's famous utterance that man is born free but everywhere he is in "chains", humans are now subjected and do not have absolute freedom in a broad sense. In the United States, public opinion is usually taken into consideration and is not completely taken into account....   [tags: Media ]

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Man's Opinion about Women

- There are many influences that affect a man’s opinion about women. Influences such as personal experiences, rumors, and the women in a man’s life help form his opinion of a woman. Henrik Ibsen and Oscar Wilde are two playwrights who reflected their beliefs about women in their plays. Ibsen and Wilde both believe that society shunned women, unfairly forcing them into a submissive role, under the control of men. On March 20, 1828, Henrik Johan Ibsen was born in Skien, Norway (Merriman Ibsen 1) and had four biological siblings (Meyer 13) His parents went from wealthy to poor at his age of six (Meyer 13)....   [tags: Biography, Ibsen and Wilde]

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Respecting Other Religions Opinion

- As a Latter Day Saint, I naturally have different religious views from other Christians. While Mormonism and Orthodox Christianity are similar in many ways, there are also many differences. Nevertheless, I have always been taught to tolerate and be respectful towards other religions despite our differences. I have also been taught to not judge nor criticize other religions no matter our difference in opinion, and instead to be friendly and open to listening to other people about their religion....   [tags: religion, christianity, latter day saint]

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The Power of Opinion

- The Power of Opinion Confidence is a key component in the development of success. In order to reach this stability one must be a recipient of encouragement and upholding. This support creates an individuality and esteem for success. For example, in my experiences with females I have come to a vague realization that they feed off of encouragement. It seems like the focus of most of the girls that I know, is to impress. I believe this because when they are complimented, to most it will make their day....   [tags: Papers]

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Public Opinion Extraction

- 2. Related Work Many of works have been done in the area of public opinion extraction, some works went to find the polarity and others find both polarity and subjectivity. The work has been done for many languages and to serve many of purposes like politics, social services, movie reviews…etc., but unfortunately there is no work has been done for Arabic language. In the following we browsing some of these works: OSVision Opinion Mining [6] is an automatic system which can extract opinions from the Web....   [tags: Research Analysis ]

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Media, Public Opinion, and Foreign Policy

- The matter of public opinion including its influence on policy making has been debated by different scholars throughout the world. There are differences in the way realists including liberals view public opinion. For realists public opinion is unstable, lack consistency also that it does not influence foreign policy making, in contrast realists view public opinion as stable, consistent thus it influences foreign affairs including policy making. Therefore the government or policy makers can take into account the opinions of the public or ignore it when making important decisions....   [tags: Foreign Policy Essays]

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Public Opinion And Supreme Court Decision

- In illustrating that there is a direct link between public opinion and Supreme Court decision an explanation as to why this phenomenon occurs can be found. There are two main schools of thought as to why this occurs. The first was explained by Dahl (1957) which claims that public opinion affects the Court indirectly through political appointments. As previously stated, the Court responds to national economic or political alliances, which dominate the national narrative. Justices respond to this national narrative and the national narrative responds to public opinion....   [tags: Supreme Court of the United States]

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Public Opinion On The Representation Of The Representative Democracy

- An essential principle or theory of our representative democracy is that the nominated representative should be quick to react when it comes to everyone’s wishes, needs, and wants. “Although many scholars agree that public opinion plays an important role in the policy process, there is less agreement about the magnitude and circumstance of its actual influence on specific policy outcomes.” Studies that were performed have revealed that there was a strong relationship amongst the public opinion and policies, with the public opinion frequently directing the policies....   [tags: Health care, Health, Health insurance]

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The Political Opinion and Behavior of Adolescents and/or Immigrants

- Subject: the political opinion and behavior of the adolescents and/or immigrants Aim: understand how the political internet memes being non traditional forms of political participation, are able to express and influence the political opinion of voters. Background New social media are tools that allow us to reduce the price of the individual participation of discussion and action in political life, as well as strengthen the capacity of feedback. They do this by facilitating the transition from private to public segment of the information space....   [tags: political participation, social media]

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Is Facebook The Right Place For Your Opinion?

- Forensics Facebook Fanatics Is Facebook the right place for your opinion. - By Holly Purser Do you ever see something on Facebook that just grinds your gears. Does it just make you want to rant, rant, rant. And when you do rant, rant, rant do people debate against you. Well, you my friend have just be caught up in one of the most deceiving games on Facebook. The number controversial topics, pictures and debates we experience on Facebook these days is just sky rocketing. These days, people just can’t seem to keep their mouths shut for long enough to hear both sides of the story....   [tags: Social media, Facebook]

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Role Of Mass Media On Public Opinion

- Introduction Since Israel became a state in 1948, protecting it has been a cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy. As with any political issue, the media plays a key role in shaping public opinion, which in turn can affect how policymakers make decisions. With this in mind, it is important to understand how these issues are covered and what effect decisions of the media have on public opinion. H1:People who consume the majority of their news via U.S. television will have a more favorable view of Israel than those who consume the majority of their news via social media....   [tags: News media, Mass media, Media influence, Politics]

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My Opinion That People For The Most Part

- It is my opinion that people, for the most part, could and very well should be more critical. This is especially true when referring to the consumption of information. Unfortunately, many people do not share this viewpoint and shy away from being critical, because criticism, by it’s own definitions, carries negative connotations. So, people avoid being critical, for fear of being labeled “nitpicky” or a “downer” amongst friends and colleagues. This is unfortunate because it promotes a lack of critical thinking that can be every harmful, even on a smaller, more personal scale....   [tags: Thought, Critical thinking, Reasoning, Logic]

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The Legal Opinion Of The Judicial Court System

- At what level of the judicial court system did this legal opinion occur? The United States Court of Appeals Fourth Circuit (Reynolds, 2004; Simkins, et al., 1962). What was the opinion of the lower court that was finally overturned in Simkins? In a 3-2 decision, the Fourth Circuit overturned the district ruling, looking to whether the hospitals and the government were so disheveled by funding and law (Martin, 2015; Reynolds, 2004; Rossman & Allen, 1964). The Court discovered the provision for segregated, “separate but equal” facilities to be unauthorized, and struck down that percentage of the Hill-Burton Act....   [tags: United States Constitution]

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Advertising Is A Powerful Influencer Of Public Opinion

- It’s no secret that advertising is a powerful influencer of public opinion. NPR has already projected that $4.4 billion will be spent on TV advertisements alone for the 2016 election campaign to try and win voters over for the respective Democratic and Republican candidates. There should be a strict limit on how much money is allowed to be spent on political campaign advertisements regardless of if the campaign is funded by grassroots organizations or by multi-million dollar corporations. The limit should be defined by the media, not the average, of the amounts spent on political campaign advertisements across the board....   [tags: Election, Elections, Democracy, Mass media]

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An Opinion Article By The Los Angeles Times

- In an opinion article by the Los Angeles Times, readers write letters to the editorial. The reader talks about their distain for the fake news that has been going around recently. They that journalists report fake and misleading stories for personal profit. People today mostly get their news from the internet, some people are more critical on the new stories they read, whereas others are gullible and will believe anything they read. The reader say that a real journalist wouldn’t make up click-bait stories, and would instead be more preoccupied with doing research and reporting the facts....   [tags: Journalism, Mass media, Donald Trump, News]

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Democratic Opinion On Democratic Party Of America

- Democratic Socialism: Facebook Aides in Dividing the Nation Kelsey O’Callaghan Introduction For this study, I chose to evaluate and observe the Facebook page, “Democratic Socialists of America”. Before analyzing the wall posts and discussion topics in the group, I formulated the hypothesis that many of the posts would include slanderous comments and remarks towards the Democratic Socialists, but many would also include undying support and defense for the group. In the midst of the current political situation, most Americans have an opinion on whom they believe should be our next President – and they are not afraid to express their thoughts....   [tags: Socialism, Communism, Social democracy]

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Propaganda And Persuasion, The Shaping Of Popular Opinion

- ‘Propaganda and Persuasion’ The Shaping of Popular Opinion Public opinion within all sectors of society throughout the interwar period was becoming a problem for the Nazis, especially with burdens of tax and compulsory donations to the party, which were not helping economically, even though quality of life may have been improving in some parts of the country, it was not enough for the rest; specifically the agricultural section, with Government orders being reduced in the period of 1936-1939, in preparation for impending war....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany, Nazism, Propaganda]

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Plato 's Theory Of Knowledge And Opinion

- Plato believes there is two types of worlds that are of knowledge and opinion. As he understands, what is an every lasting reality is a true knowledge, which is the heart of what needs to be understood and everything people need to know. As he says for opinion, it will be only successful some times, as knowledge will always be right and successful at all times when implemented. An opinion for him has no base on true knowledge, but pure people’s speculations of their points of views. A true knowledge will never be influenced by any changes and it cannot be affected by anything; it will stand alone without changing....   [tags: Plato, Soul, Socrates, Epistemology]

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California's Voter Opinion on Obama's Performance

- California Voter Opinion on Obama’s Performance As of December 2013, the Field Poll began releasing survey data regarding California voter opinion on various topics like the decriminalization of marijuana and political official ratings. One poll, completed through telephone interviews, took place from November 14 to December 1, 2013 with the first study revealing increasing disapproval of President Obama and his administration. California’s disapproval rating of 43 percent can be seen as a reflection of the nation’s overall low approval rating....   [tags: administration, poll, disapprove]

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Opinion Article On A Sorority At The University Of Illinois

- Opinion-Editorial Essay As a girl in a sorority at the University of Illinois, I people watch like it’s my day job. From busses, to cafeterias, to lecture halls, or even walking to class, observing others is something we all do unconsciously. After ordering Starbucks and waiting for my drink, I began to think to myself why women in the line at Starbucks outnumber men. The thought had never before crossed my mind until I couldn’t walk into Starbucks and wonder about the near absence of men. If I were to say I liked Starbucks, it would be a huge understatement....   [tags: Coffee, Drink, Dunkin' Donuts, Tea]

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The New Public Opinion On Police Officers

- The New Public Opinion on Police Officers Police officers have the responsibility to protect the lives of all Americans. Whether it be a small town a large city or the United States as a whole, police officers are there to protect civilians and to ensure that those who break the law are brought to Justice. However, not so recently, police officer’s authority has been put into question. There are those who believe that police officers abuse their authority and often take matters too far. Within the last year an anti police organization that has become fed up with police officer involvement has become one of the biggest topics in our nation....   [tags: Police, Police officer, Police brutality]

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The Death Of The And Tell Me Your Opinion

- "Drink and tell me your opinion," said Lord Yu. Wordlessly, the servant drew up to Jingyan. Inside the chalice, a dark colored liquid curled against the side and fell still. The arrangement reminded Jingyan of the poison wines brought to prisoners who used to be rich and powerful. Or ones that Imperial Consort Yue sent servants to deliver to consorts and mistresses that 'd fallen out of favor and been convicted of a crime. “Poison?” asked Jingyan. Then, his brow lifted up quizzically and he blinked....   [tags: Tongue, Taste]

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Personal Opinion: Education and Teaching Methods

- In the 12th and 13th centuries, ideas and attitudes regarding education began to change considerably, gaining supreme importance, and in due course leading to an intellectual revolution in the foreseeable 14th century. The main reason for this advancement was the establishment of more towns, resulting in an increased necessity of formal education; Therefore, In 800, although it did not happen immediately, Charlemagne ordered that every town in the “Holy Roman Empire” shall establish a school. With the coming of the economic revival of the late 11th century, educational opportunities became increasingly more achievable....   [tags: History, Social Changes]

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Media, Public Policy, And Public Opinion

- Media, Public Policy, and Public Opinion Mass media often play a role in presenting policy conflicts to the public for consideration (Bennett, 1988; Patterson, 1994). While covering policy disputes, journalists use a practice called “issue dualism” to seek a balance between competing competitions (Bennett, 1988; Terkildsen, Schnell, & Ling, 1998; Tuchman, 1972), in which journalists attempt to reduce complex and many-sided issues to two opposition positions upheld by “two familiar, predictable, and legitimate groups or actors” (Bennett, 1988)....   [tags: Illegal immigration]

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Eliza 's Opinion On Her Mother

- Eliza keeps writing to Lucy for advice on what to do with Major Sanford throughout the letters, however, she writes to her mother asking for advice earlier about the possibility of marrying someone who is not a clergyman. Should Eliza gain more advice from her mother about the issue between the two men. Throughout the letters Eliza is seen asking her best friend Lucy Freeman for advice about a love triangle she is stuck in. However, she asked if her mom is she would be ok if Eliza married or got into relations with someone who isn’t a clergyman....   [tags: Woman, Marriage, Love, Man]

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My Opinion, Living By The Golden Rule

- There are many words that could be used to describe Michelle Gonsalves-Barreiro. However, you may just find yourself adding words to that list every day. Not only do I value fairness, but I also enjoy acting upon my word. Each day I try to apply the Golden Rule of life, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” In my opinion, living by the Golden Rule serves as an advantage most of the time. The past year of returning to school at 22 years old has been a life changing experience and has taught me a great deal about....   [tags: Leadership, Emotional intelligence, Trait]

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A Critical Opinion By Robert B. Reich

- Money on my Mind A Critical Opinion by Robert B. Reich on Why The Rich Are Getting Richer and the Poor, Poorer There are many rich and poor people in the world today, in our own country and in others. We have classified by how much they can afford and they are put into a class system. It’s hard for everyone in a country to be equal in the sense of how much money they make. Adriana Delgado says, “The vast differences between the rich and the poor, the powerful and the powerless, will be the catalyst for the best intentions to be rewarded with ungratefulness and contempt, creating resentment and mistrust between the classes.” there is always going to be problems between the rich and p...   [tags: Poverty, Wealth, Cycle of poverty]

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My Career And Opinion Of Addison Kim

- Everyone admires successful people and hopes to own the same fame and wealth like the successful people. Unfortunately, most of us never find out the reason why these people success and discover the perspiration that is left on the path to success. To find out what efforts and accomplishments they made in the career and to learn what I can improve from them, I decided to interview Addison Kim, a local analyst who work in venture capital and private equity. From the interview, I learned the interviewee’s background and gained advice about my career and opinion of the financial industry....   [tags: Learning, Skill, Management, Venture capital]

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My Opinion About English And English

- During the semester, I have gained so much knowledge about the course, English 1301, which I did not know. Writing and Reading have so much elements into their process. My opinion about English has changed dramatically due to this course. At the beginning, I was learning about what was good writing and what it meant. In my opinion, good writing meant that the paper was perfect which meant that it had very detailed evidence. As well as, being organized and associated with perfect grammar with a powerful thesis statement....   [tags: Essay, Writing, Learning]

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Personal Opinion Essay: Perspective on Religion

- In today’s progressive world new religious have emerge in the 21st century by bringing with them a new faith, perspectives, practices and more. However, these new religions tend to look miserable upon by the older religions such as Judaism, Christianity, Islam and other religions. Therefore, non- religions people as well as religions people call these new Religions were insulted as “cults”, connected them with malevolent, angers, faiths, and outrageous. This kind relationship is very similar to job old employers getting praise and new employers getting no praise, just because they are new and inexperience....   [tags: Beliefs, Tolerance]

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My Opinion On Entering Medical Field

- In my opinion, entering medical field changes the whole environment around you because now she or he needs to think from doctor’s perspective and not the patient’s perspective. I am so used to playing the role of a patient and now that has to be changed. Gaining experience in dealing with patients is the key role for success in medical field. Also setting the right mentality and being positive/ headstrong plays off a major role because I have seen my uncles and aunts being so strong as doctors and they always give me useful tips....   [tags: Physician, Medicine, Neurology, Medical school]

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My Opinion On My Personal Philosophy

- This past semester in engile 101 I have learned how to take writing papers and make them my own. For the first paper in the class I was able to talk about a personal belief that I needed to find. In the rhetorical analysis paper where I was given a paper to read and evaluate the writers work and draw my own opinion on it. And in my latest paper for English I was to research something that I didn’t know about and join the discussion. For each of the papers I have always tried to put my personal spin on my papers even if that meant going off the prompt and writing....   [tags: Writing, Paper, Writer, English-language films]

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My Opinion About Sex And Sex

- 1. In my opinion, sex in general is awkward. I find that talking about sex, having sex, and even listening to my friend’s experiences will make me uncomfortable. This level of being uncomfortable is not to the extreme of where I never do anything that involves sex, but anytime it is brought up I get a little uncomfortable. One reason I believe I have this opinion is because in general I am just an awkward person. The reason that I find is most prominent though, is that while growing in a religious family sex was never brought up....   [tags: Sexual intercourse, Human sexual behavior]

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A Personal Opinion Essay About Marijuana

- There has always been controversy about marijuana and the affects it has on health and the issue of legalization. Some people believe it is very destructive to one’s health, and yet others feel the complete opposite about it. Is Marijuana truly harmful to one’s health. “Marijuana, the Deceptive Drug”, written by George Bierson, was published in the Massachusetts News. In this article, Bierson determines that marijuana is harmful in many ways. He seems to think that it damages the brain, the reproductive system, and also contributes to the halt of production in the immune system....   [tags: Drug, Legalization]

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My Opinion On Southeastern Louisiana University

- It is normal to see students prepare for their future. After graduating from college, many students will search for a job. Previously, graduating from the college was enough to get students a well-paid job. However, because of the increasing number of students graduating every year and struggling economy, less jobs are available. Therefore, most companies hire employees based on work experience. That is why; many colleges have started giving students with career-related working opportunities and advance knowledge of the material that these students study....   [tags: Knowledge, University, Employment, Epistemology]

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My Opinion On Private Self Governance

- 1. Type of Governance In my opinion, private self-governance is the most appropriate type of governance to describe the photo of Floating House. Private self-governance means that no intervention from the state. The policy formulation and implementation are completely in the hand of private sector, in this case is the family who lives in the Floating House. From the photo, it can be seen that they are free from the state intervention to live in the Floating House. It looks like they are free to build such a house which is look fragile and endanger the occupant, especially children since it has no safety fence that will keep the children fall into the water....   [tags: Goods, Public good, Private good, Public transport]

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My Personal Opinion On College Pressures

- College Pressures One major thing in life that I think everyone should experience is College. Whether it’s to get a general degree or a specific degree. Choose something you would enjoy and wouldn’t mind doing every day for the rest of your career. Other wise your wasting your time, your parents time, and the money. Going to college has a massive amount of pressures for the students to take on. My personal opinion anxiety carries a heavy part of it and I believe it falls under self-induced pressure only because of your cognitive state....   [tags: Psychology, Mind, Thought, Cognitive science]

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How Media Influences Public Opinion

- Abstract In our democratic society, mass media is the driving force of public opinion. Media sources such as Internet, newspaper, news-broadcasts, etc, play significant roles in shaping a person’s understanding and perception about the events occurred in our daily lives. As long as the newspapers, internet, network television, etc, continued to be easily accessible to the public, the media will continue to have an influence in shaping its opinions. Factors such as agenda-setting, framing and priming help shape the public opinions....   [tags: Media]

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Same-Sex Marriage and Public Opinion

- “[Same-sex marriage legalization] would be a foolish and tragic choice,” the statement made by Peter Sprigg in 2012, still does echo some Americans feelings about same-sex marriage. Although there is some truth to his statement, the tide is turning in favor of legalization of same-sex marriage. As public opinion polls show, Americans are beginning to accept the idea of same-sex marriage more and more than they have been in the past. Their opinions rely on a variety of differing things, the majority does claim to the belief of religious marriage....   [tags: Legal Issues, Moral Implications]

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Opinion on Abortion

- Opinion on Abortion My own opinion of abortion is very varied. There are so many different reasons for abortions. Every woman who has had one will have had reasons. I am sure they wouldn't have decided in a few minutes that they were going to abort their baby. They would have thought long and hard about what to do. I put myself in the position of someone else. If I got pregnant now would I really be able to keep it. I would, for one, have to stop school and miss out on the education I would need to bring up a child....   [tags: Papers]

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It's my opinion

- It's my opinion I was told that the principal had used her executive power to chop up my article into bits that didn’t contain the harassing, offensive points that it originally owned. I was sad, very very sad. It’s tough for someone with a weak emotional structure to be rejected and told I’m harassing to younger people. So, the advisors went to the bargaining table, nothing changed. Therefore we revised, redid, and reedited the entire article and pumped out a version that had the heart and soul cut out of it, but we put it in the paper anyway....   [tags: social issues]

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Opinion on Abortion

- Opinion on Abortion Abortion is when a foetus is expelled from its mother's womb before the pregnancy reaches full term (usually 40 weeks). The abortion act says that a woman can have an abortion if the pregnancy would put her in danger, or if the baby was so handicapped that it could not survive independently and it would have no quality of life. The act also says that these reasons for abortion are accepted whereas a woman who simply did not want another child would not be allowed to abort her pregnancy....   [tags: Papers]

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Should Political Polls Influence Political Decision-making?

- “In no country is public opinion so powerful as in the United States” stated British journalist James Brice in 1900 (Erikson, 3). He was very perceptive as the use of polls of the public was increasing. Politicians traditionally have the goal of re-election. Because of this, many politicians are swayed by the results of polls of the public. The question is, of course, are the political polls correct and how much they should effect and influence political decision-making. This has been something that politicians have had to ask themselves for many years, and in the end there is four main lines of thought on political polls....   [tags: public opinion]

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