The Ambiguities of Political News

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John Frelinghuysen. . Topic- Construction of Political News. Target Audience – Consumers . Method- Discourse Analysis and Critical thinking . Main Idea- . An In Depth discussion on the topic of News Reporting. . ID: 462678 Download Presentation

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The Ambiguities of Political News

John Frelinghuysen

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Topic- Construction of Political News

Target Audience – Consumers

Method- Discourse Analysis and Critical thinking

Main Idea-

An In Depth discussion on the topic of News Reporting.

Interest groups that target audiences on what and how news gets reported

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“The media decide what is worth reporting. Some people and organizations are accepted as "news sources," and some kinds of events are assumed to be pregnant with meaning for the generalPublic” ( Eledman , 91)

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Think about the quote, “ The Media decides what is worth reporting.” Assuming you gather news from different sources, do you find a clear difference or close relationship between on Hard News “reporting” and opinion ?

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“A great deal of routine political news deals with governmental procedures that guarantee a contest; people take sides and so create suspense respecting an outcome. Elections, legislativebattles, court cases,"summit" meetings, treaty negotiations, and other competitive events are opportunities for the news media tofocus upon situations that involve both some element of surprise and personalities who win or lose” (Edelman, 102).

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“Everyone who

grows up

in

our society IS

bound

to

become

aware, at some

level of consciousness, that an individual vote is more nearly a

form of self-expression and of legitimation than of influence and

that the link between elections and value allocations is

tenuous.”

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What an does an individual vote mean to you?-Nothing, I don’t feel like it counts-Yes, I feel like it counts and is an effective form of legitimized self expression -No, Because I live in a (RED/BLUE) State-Other

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“ON MY HONOR, I HAVE READ THE ASSIGNED MATERIAL IN ITS ENTIRETY AND I HAVE NOT GIVEN OR WITNESSED ANDY UNAUTHORIZED COLLABORATION ON THIS WORK.”

-John Frelinghuysen

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