Research Papers on Journalism

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  • May of 2000's Walkerton Water Inquiry and E.Coli

    This paper of 13 pages presents critiques of 11 articles on the inquiry into this matter. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Cell Phones and Cancer: Examining Sources of Information

    A 6 page paper assessing 4 popular press reports and 4 scholarly source articles discussing the issue of whether cell phone radiation causes or contributes to the development of brain cancer. All of the articles reject the suspicion, but the scholarly sources are more circumspect in arriving at the negative conclusion. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Interactivity in Digital Entertainment and Digital Journalism

    In five pages the utilization of interactivity in the creation and enhancement of digital entertainment and digital journalism is discussed. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Annotated Bibliography on Ethics and 'Yellow Journalism'

    In four pages this paper presents an annotated bibliography of five sources relating to ethics in journalism and the practice of 'yellow journalism.'

  • Muckraking and Yellow Journalism

    This paper is on "yellow journalism" and "muckraking," which are styles of journalism that were popular in the late nineteenth/early twentieth centuries. The writer defines the terms and offers examples, such as William Randolph Hearst's promotion of the Spanish American War, in regards to yellow journalism, and Upton Sinclair as the best known muckraker. Three pages in length, two sources are cited.

  • Pursuing a Career in Journalism

    Journalism is on of the most rewarding occupational choices. This five page paper describes the importance of this exciting career choice and outlines the path the student needs to pursue to land a job in journalism. Five sources.

  • Journalism and the Internet

    In six pages this paper examines the topic of journalism and the role of the Internet in a consideration of present, future, and the impact of Internet journalism upon the conventional print media. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Sports Journalism and Ethical Theory

    In twenty two pages the ethical theories of Rawls, Aristotle, Kant, and Mill are applied to basic principles of sports journalism with a discussion of the Dallas Mavericks included. Seventeen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Expression and the Value of Literacy

    In five pages this paper discusses freedom of expression and of the press in terms of any limits that should or should not be imposed, literacy, and the film Newsies is also considered. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Overview of Freedom of Expression and Students

    In thirteen pages this paper discusses students' freedom of expression in term so how it is exercised and how available it is in the United States. Fourteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Freedom of the Press and Its Appropriateness

    In four pages this report examines whether or not the First Amendment goes too far in determining what is appropriate regarding the so called 'freedom of the press.' Twenty one sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Sensationalism vs Factual Reporting of White Collar Crime

    This paper contends white collar crime is not reported fairly and equally while other types of crimes are sensationalized. Two specific newspapers are examined to support this contention. There are twelve sources listed in this twelve page paper.

  • Science and Public Relations

    In three pages this paper discusses the beneficial future relationship between science news and PR. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Media Bias Conundrum

    This 5 page paper looks at media bias. On one side are the conservatives, the Fox viewers who watch loops of news updates all day, and complain that media is leftist, and on the other, are those who believe that media is actually conservative, at least underneath it all. This paper looks at both sides of the issue, but argues that in the end, it really does not matter. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • The American Press and Its Bias Against Arabs

    In a paper that contains eleven pages the media bias of the American press in terms of terrorism coverage is examined with the British viewpoint serving as a springboard for comparative discussion. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.


    This 10-page paper examines media censorship in Myanmar. Topics include types of media censorship and how the Internet is starting to break through it. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Mass Media and Improvements in Communication

    The writer discusses modern media and its pervasive influence throughout people's lives. The writer also discusses the fact that those who control the mass media outlets have taken full advantage of their position and influence. The paper is nine pages long and there are eight sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Journalism and Audience Effects of New Technologies

    In twelve pages this paper considers how new technology has changed the way news is gathered, presented, and interpreted. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Journalistic Objectivity in Two Student Papers

    Two papers written by students on the subject of journalistic objectivity are the subject of this paper, which takes the form of a critique. This paper has three pages and no sources are listed.

  • Funeral of England's Princess Diana and the Involvement of the Media

    In five pages this paper assesses whether or not the media report or actually created news as it related to the events before and during the funeral of Princess Diana. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Powerful Radio and Television Advertising

    In fourteen pages this paper examines advertising's power in a consideration of how radio and TV ads target gender, cultures, and trigger emotions. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Sword and Pen, Which Truly is Mightier?

    In five pages this paper discusses war, peace, and change within the context of the old adage, The pen is mightier than the sword. Five sources are listed in the bibliography.

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  • News in Print and Broadcast

    In six pages the differences between print news and broadcast news of radio and television are explored with story comparison of presentations in both media as a way of presenting and supporting its thesis. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • News Stories on the 2004 Tsunami

    In three pages this paper contrasts and compares The Today Show and a newspaper article's coverage of the 2004 Tsunami. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.


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