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    The Contrast Between the Daily Mail and the Independent Newspapers need to aim at a specific corner of the market to be successful. The main reason for this is that if you have a readership consisting of a specific class or type of people eg. Middle class business men. Then advertisers who want to appeal to that specific audience will use that paper for their advert and the paper can obtain large profits from adverts and the advertisers can sell lots of products. Therefore the paper needs

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    The Audience's Response to 'Let him have it!' and 'The Daily Mail' in Peter Medak's Film How is the response of the audience manipulated in Peter Medak’s film ‘Let him have it!’ and ‘The Daily Mail’ article of November 1952? Do they both show bias? In November 1952 a policeman was shot dead and another left wounded in what the Daily Mail called a ‘gun battle’ when Christopher Craig and Derek Bentley broke into the Barlow and Parker warehouse in Croydon. I have looked at two media sources

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    allow me to clearly distinguish the differences between the styles and reporting techniques as tabloids and broadsheets are relatively contrasting genres of newspapers. I also like reading newspapers and I like the way tabloid newspapers like ‘Daily Mail’, ‘The Mirror’, ‘The Sun’ and other tabloids represent the news. Stories in tabloids tend to be short, not very detailed and the front pages capture headlines that are referred to by an added striking photograph. Many of these photographs

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    this I am going to get 3 national newspapers, a tabloid, a broadsheet, and an in-between, and find out how readable they really are. My choice of newspapers will be: The Sun -------------- Tabloid The Times ----------- Broadsheet The Daily Mail ----- In-between How am I going to do it? To do it I have decided that the best way would be to get 5 of the same news stories on the same day in the 3 papers, and take the first 100 words of each article to see how many letters are in each

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    Big Brother Reality T.V. Show Big Brother is supposed to be a reality t.v. show, however, Big Brother has changed from innocent series 1 to obsene violence in series 5. Big Brother is a house filled with 12 people who do several challenges and experience difficult situations. This is a perfectly normal reality show until series 5 when the house is one third smaller, with even more cameras microphones and contestents who are even more out of the ordinary.After spending many weeks in the house

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    There are three variations of newspaper genre – the quality (e.g independent), popular (e.g the sun) and middle (Metro). There are also genres which exist in broadcast news for example news which is broadcasted by BBC news, ITV, Channel 4. Entertainment news which is broadcasted usually by MTV news and many more. Broadcast news have different news channels which focus only on the genre they specialise in. However, newspaper are based on publishing news which has different genre but they specialise

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    fight, with what he called a “thug.” I will be looking at why he uses a picture with Stevens’s injuries, the headline and what types of things Ben Taylor uses to shape the article. The article has been written for the Daily Mail Wednesday 29th December 1999 edition, the Daily Mail is a tabloid which tends to exaggerate the story. Tabloids have a bolder layout; they print more ‘human’ interest stories. Tabloids have “downmarket” approach at social groups C2, D and E. A high proportion of shorter

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    this so that I can draw accurate conclusions from my data, regarding Tabloid and Broadsheet Newspapers in general rather than specific conclusions about "The Times" or any other newspaper. The two Tabloid Newspapers I shall use are "The Daily Mail" and "The Daily Mirror". The two Broadsheet Newspapers I shall use are "The Times" and "The Guardian". I shall collect my data from newspapers of the same date. This is because they will all contain articles on similar current events/news and so I can

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    There have been many interpretations about what had happened on that day of Sunday. Sources A and B are excerpts from newspapers. They were both written on the same day, yet they have entirely differing viewpoints. Source A is taken from The Daily Mail, a conservative newspaper, so therefore it is more likely to favour the opinions of the British Army. When reading it you get the impression that the paratroopers did act responsibly and that they had the situation under control although this

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    Comparing Three Articles on the Film Along Came Polly For my investigation, I am going to compare a newspaper, magazine and an internet article. The articles are on films. The film I'm going to do is Along Came Polly, from The Daily Mail, OK! Magazine and www.bbc.co.uk/somerset/films/2004/02/along_came_polly.shtml. I will get my example of 100 words from the first 20 sentences. Hypothesis My hypothesis is that magazine articles use longer words than newspaper articles. Newspaper

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