Comparing Newspapers Essays

  • Comparing Two Newspaper Articles

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    Comparing Two Newspaper Articles I'll be Comparing the front page story of two newspapers. One is from a tabloid newspaper as the other is from a broadsheet. I'll put across the diverse techniques that tabloids and broadsheets portray in their front page story. Newspaper media is designated to notify, and aim an interest to there audience. 'The Sun', 'The Express' 'The Daily Mail', and 'The Mirror' are all examples of tabloid newspapers. Tabloids mostly always have various feelings towards

  • Comparing Two Newspaper Articles

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    Comparing Two Newspaper Articles In the tabloid the article about Ritalin is much further back in the paper at page forty-one unlike in the broadsheet where the same article is on page nine, In my opinion this could be because in the eyes of the editor the story on health related issues is not in the interest of the reader. The tabloids title is short and is the exaggerated truth, 'Zombie' drug boost'. The word 'Zombie' is very emotive because it reminds you of the living dead, it makes

  • Comparing Newspaper Articles

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    Comparing Newspaper Articles I have decided to do my assignment (in which I have to compare two newspaper articles) on the very controversial and interesting story of the arrival of Mr Jean-Marie le pen, who came to Britain in order to support the far right racist political party by the name of the BNP (British national party) and the political stir it caused on the streets of Britain. My comparison will look at how the different political British newspapers portray different stories, which

  • Comparing Two Newspaper Articles

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    Comparing two newspaper articles, one from a tabloid and one from a broadsheet will convey the different techniques that tabloids and broadsheets use to present stories. Media in general, aim to inform and interest the audience which consist of many different types. Diverse emotions and ideas are created by the media; foremost tabloids. Tabloids are papers like ‘The Sun’, ‘The Mirror’, ‘The Daily Mail’, ‘The Express’ and ‘The Star’. In contrast to these are broadsheets like ‘The Times’, ‘The Guardian’

  • Comparing Two Different Types Of Newspapers

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    Sports Journalism The two different types of newspapers are tabloid and broadsheet. Broadsheet newspapers tend to be bigger in size and have more complex types of sentences. It has fewer pictures unlike a tabloid with the ratio of picture to text 7:10.Tabloids are the most popular type of paper; it is often smaller in size, more colourful and relies on page three girls and other such shock tactics, to attract readers. Broadsheets are generally larger in size, more serious

  • Comparing the Reading Level of Two Newspaper Articles

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    Comparing the Reading Level of Two Newspaper Articles Introduction I selected two articles from different newspapers - one from a broadsheet (The Daily Telegraph) and another from a tabloid (The Sun). Both articles are on the same topic. I am trying to find out which article, if either, requires a higher reading age by working out which tends to use longer words and longer sentences and, using these measures, calculate the FOG reading ages. Hypothesis 1: Word Length Task First

  • Comparing Ways in Which Celebrities are Presented in Two Tabloid Newspapers

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    Comparing Ways in Which Celebrities are Presented in Two Tabloid Newspapers I will be focusing on the representation of celebrities in two newspapers, the Daily Mail and the Daily Star. I chose these newspapers as one is a redtop and one a blacktop. The Daily Mail is a blacktop, these are generally aimed at the higher classes as they contain more challenging language, and are for perhaps more intellectual people. From this newspaper I chose "£2m bland bombshell" (3rd January 2004), an

  • Comparing Newspaper Reports of the Drowning of Two School Students in October 2000

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    Comparing Newspaper Reports of the Drowning of Two School Students in October 2000 I have been studying newspaper reports about two year 9 girls drowned on a school trip while taking part in a river walking activity. Only one body was found at the time when the articles were published. Newspapers aspire to interest and inform the readers of current topics. Tabloids tend to glorify or emotionalise their articles to gain more interest with their audience. Examples of tabloid newspapers are

  • Comparing the Length of Words in a Broadsheet Newspaper and Tabloid Newspaper

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    Comparing the Length of Words in a Broadsheet Newspaper and Tabloid Newspaper I am now going to start my mathematics statistics coursework. The aim of this coursework is to compare the length of words in a broadsheet newspaper to the length of words in a tabloid newspaper. My first hypothesis is that in this investigation the broadsheet newspaper should contain longer words than the tabloid newspaper. I think this because in my opinion broadsheet newspapers are aimed at higher class and

  • Comparing the Ways Newspapers Sell Their Message

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    Comparing the Ways Newspapers Sell Their Message Introduction For my English media studies coursework I shall compare the way in which each given newspaper seeks to sell its message. I shall also say which publication I think is most effective at selling its self and which publication I would buy. British newspapers have been around for nearly three centuries. Newspapers fall into two distinct categories: Tabloids such as Express, Sun, Mirror and Broadsheet such as Times, Independent

  • Comparing the Ways in Which a Tabloid Newspaper and a Broadsheet Newspaper Treat the Same News Story

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    Comparing the Ways in Which a Tabloid Newspaper and a Broadsheet Newspaper Treat the Same News Story The death of John Thaw was announced in national newspapers on the Friday 22nd of February 2002. In my essay I am going to compare the story of John Thaws death from two newspapers. These newspapers are the Mirror, which is a tabloid and the Times which is a broadsheet. Tabloid newspapers include the Sun, Star, and Mirror. Broadsheet newspapers include the Gaurdian, Times, and the Daily

  • A Brief History of The Printing Press and Communication

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    printing press in the 16th century, the earliest newspaper was born. According to Bellis (n.d), the earliest paper that published weekly is called Relation in Antwerp. The emergence of the internet created a new age in communication across time and distance, becoming a preferred medium for the newspaper industry. As the internet grew, we start to see printed newspaper circulation has starting to decline in the 20th century (Li, 2006). A digital newspaper is defined as a publication on the World Wide

  • The Media and Teen Pregnancy

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    Today I will be talking about the way the authors and creators of a television commercial and newspaper article influence us to their opinion by writing the way they do. The topic that I am studying is Teenage Pregnancy. This topic is always going to be in the media for different reasons, and occasionally you hear about a story of a young girl getting pregnant due to un-safe sex. There will always be issues with this subject within society because so many people have different opinions and views

  • Comparing The Sun and The Times

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    Comparing The Sun and The Times The two newspapers which I am going to write about and discuss are “The Sun”, which is a tabloid newspaper and “The Times”, which is a broadsheet. The newspapers are both dated Monday 10 November, 2003. The first difference is that the broadsheet is bigger than the tabloid. People read tabloids for entertainment and gossip. The broadsheet caters for readers who are interested in hard news and who are professional, such as lawyers, doctors, and teachers. There

  • Tabloid And Newspaper Comparison Essay

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    Comparing Tabloid and Broadsheet Newspapers In the last century, English newspapers have been categorized into two main groups: Tabloids and Broadsheets. The Telegraph and The sun are the most popular Tabloids and Broadsheets. Hollinger International owns the Telegraph while the media tycoon Rupert Murdoch owns the Sun, The Times and The BSkyB Television network. These papers are perfect examples of British newspapers. They both support the Conservative Party, although

  • The Average Length of Words From Two Newspapers

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    The Average Length of Words From Two Newspapers This is an investigation to compare the average length of words from two different newspapers, i.e. The Guardian and The Sun. One newspaper has to be a broadsheet and the other has to be a tabloid. Aim 1 ===== This is to find out which midweek newspapers have longer average word lengths and the age range the particular newspaper is aimed at. To find the reading age of the newspaper I will be following this formula: - This formula

  • James Fallows New Media

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    The Modern Media Today’s media seems to feed the public with fascinating data that people as nation can relate to. Throughout the decades, the media has been actively trying to accumulate fascinating stories that people believe are accurate. Although the media provides extensive information over captivating topics, are the stories truly accurate? With the Internet and technological devices in today’s world, it has become much easier and faster to retrieve the intriguing headlines that people want

  • content analysis

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    of analysing a larger number of data as you could compare it to real life events. This original content analysis will be focusing on the Floods in the UK (24 January 2014 – 7 February 2014) . The newspaper that I have chosen to take the articles from is the London Times. The reason I chose this newspaper is because I have never really read or referenced from it before and so I thought it would be good for me to use for my research. There was also a large amount of articles on this subject and so I

  • Parallelism In Citizen Kane

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    demonstrated throughout the whole of Citizen Kane. This is initially portrayed through the newspaper headlines at the start of the film which are shown to juxtapose each other and help to show different perspectives of Kane’s death. The Inquirer states that the “Entire nation Mourns Great Publisher” in contrast to the Chronicle which states that “Few will Mourn Him”. This beginning not only introduces the newspaper magnate Kane and the influence of fame but also the fact that truth is completely based

  • A Comparative Analysis of Political Communication in Turkey

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    A Comparative Analysis of Political Communication in Turkey Case In Turkey case of this paper, I will try to analyse Turkish media system with the theoretical framework which is developed by Daniel C. Hallin and Paolo Mancini in the article of Comparing Media Systems, Three Models of Media and Politics. I will make an attempt in order to investigate the basic characteristics of the media systems in Turkey, moreover I will bring the relationship between the state and the media through four dimensions