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    The New Deal Agencies, also known as alphabet agencies, were created to help relieve some of the tension created by the Great Depression. The agencies created were apart of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal program, which got created within his first one hundred days in office. One of the reasons much of America voted for Franklin D. Roosevelt was to hopefully get America out of the great times of economic hardship. Roosevelt did have much success; he brought forth relief, reform and recovery with

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    Media And Mass Media

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    News is the core activity to which a large part of the journalistic (and thus media) occupation defines itself (Mcquail 2010 ). Its primary purpose, quips Bagdikian, “is to serve the general welfare by informing the people and enabling them to make judgements on the issue of the time” . The power, content and reach of news in today’s world is almost incalculable due to globalization and advances in communication technology. However, in the 1960’s a prevalent charge was brought against news journalism

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    clay Beats Liston: February 25, 1964

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    editorial about Cassius Clay's new found wealth and not the actual fight. The lack of coverage also proves that even though blacks were supposed to be equal to whites, that in reality achievements by blacks and whites were treated differently. None of the newspapers that I read displayed a large picture or headline proclaiming that Cassius Clay was the new heavyweight champion of the world. Most newspapers had an average sized headline stating that Clay was the new champion, but none had an article

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    Travel Agency in New Zealand: Webjet Limited

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    Introduction Webjet Limited is major travel agencies of the New Zealand and Australia which provides various online services to the customers. The services provided by the Webjet includes ➢ Flight Booking (Domestic and International) ➢ Hotel Accommodation (Both Domestic and International) ➢ Holiday Package deals. (Both Domestic and International) ➢ Car Hire Service i.e.renting a cab (worldwide). ➢ Travel Insurance for the customers and the passengers travelling The founders of Webjet Limited are

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    The Effects of Plagiarism

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    from gaining new knowledge. By working on a subject of our own, we acquire new skills. And sometimes, our work might not be completely correct. However failing and making mistakes is good way to learn, because we know what we did wrong. The experience coming from our own mistakes is simply better than high scores. Lack of knowledge leads to another problem caused by plagiarism, which is the slowing down development. Plagiarizing is taking other’s work, not creating something new. As the rate

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    the Masai of Africa and the Woggeo of New Guinea. Greeks in the fourth century BC used to expose (leave out in the weather to die) their disabled infants. China's rulers are soon to impose laws to "stop the prevalence of abnormal birth." This is not about stopping the birth of able-bodied people capable of performing massacres in Tiananmen Square. No, apparently that is quite OK. By "abnormal," they mean disabled people. "China," says the Xinhua News Agency in Beijing, now has "10 million disabled

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    Human Trafficking

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    Human trafficking is modern day slavery. It is the illegal trade of selling human beings into labor or sexual exploitation through coercion, defraudation, or force. The worst human trafficking happens in Southeast Asia. According to the Xinhua News Agency, authorities in Myanmar (also known as Berma) uncovered 161 human trafficking cases in 2010. That number is actually an increase from the 155 cases they had in 2009. This proves that human trafficking is at an increase. Human trafficking is the

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    Liberia: Mixed Results from Humble Beginnings. U.S. Army War College, Mar. 2008. Web. 9 Dec. 2013. . This site showed me that Liberia need the U.S. to help them with their security Sector Refrom. Xinhua News Agency. "US to spend billions of dollars to reform Afghan security sector." Xinhua News Agency 28 Nov. 2005: n. pag. Global Issues in Context. Web. 16 Dec. 2013. . This article helped me to realize how much money it takes for there to be a successful SSR. It costs millions of dollar.

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    Case study

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    issues, such as stem cell research, easily. (Scheufele and Tewksbury, 2007: 12). Methods The case this paper will look at will be the recent Tiananmen incident that took place in China on Monday the 28th of October 2013. It will use news articles from different Chinese news outlets and how the media dealt with the issue. Additionally, an official leaked document outlining the requirements f... ... middle of paper ... ...ommunication Association, Sheraton Phoenix Downtown, Phoenix, AZ Online. 2013-08-16

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    Hacking Nationalism

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    considering the Federal Directory of Supplies and Procurement (FDSP) of Yugoslavia as a potential target of the NATO Allied Forces in early March. They referred to three out-dated maps (both commercial and government maps)which did not include the new location of the China Embassy. Instead, all their maps reflected the China Embassy in its pre-1996 location in Belgrade. On top of this, their U.S. databases did not highlight the mistaken location of the Embassy despite numerous visits to it by U.S

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