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Ernie Pyle, World War II Journalist
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A 10 page paper that considers the elements of the work of Ernie Pyle that made him one of the most copied journalists of the century. This paper provides an overview of the work of Pyle within the scope of World War II. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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William Randolph Hearst And Joseph Pulitzer: Yellow Journalism And The Spanish/American War
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21 pages in length. It was, perhaps, the most devastating event to occur with regard to journalistic integrity, but it was bound to happen in light of growing competition within the industry. William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer were two power hungry publishers who each had his own successful newspaper. Both Hearst's New York Journal and Pulitzer's New York World provided readers with up-to-date information, along with plenty of stimulating social appeal, yet the two literary moguls were constantly competing with each other for a bigger take of the readership pie. So intense was this rivalry that the ongoing battle soon turned into an ugly, mudslinging, back stabbing display of greed and power. The writer discusses yellow journalism and the Spanish/American War as they relate to Hearst and Pulitzer. Bibliography lists 50 sources.
Filename: TLCherst.doc

Ethical Theory in Sports Journalism
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A 22 page paper discussing the philosophies underlying the solid and accepted principles of journalism, particularly as they relate to any sort of conflict of interest arising from simultaneous corporate ownership of reporting organizations and performing organizations. The paper discusses the philosophies of Kant, Mill, Aristotle and Rawls, relating them to the growing problems of such conflict of interest enabled in large part by the consolidation trend fueling mergers and acquisitions. The second and smaller section of the paper provides concrete example of the problems of subjectivity in reporting. It provides several examples of broadcast 'cheerleading' styles dating from as far back as the 1960s and examines the implications of the 1999 purchase by the corporate parent of the Dallas Morning News of a minor stake in Dallas' struggling rofessional basketball team, the Mavericks. Bibliography lists 17 sources.
Filename: KSjrnlEthics.wps

The Press & The President
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A 5 page paper discussing the involvement of the press in the lives of the presidents of the 1930's in comparison to their involvement in the life of the current president, President Clinton. The press has always been very actively interested in the lives of the presidents of the United States, but while it seems as though they may be more vicious today than they were in the 1930's, in some ways they are just as cold and cruel in their attacks. The difference may be that we are much more aware of many aspects today than the citizens of the United States years ago. In that respect it may only the subject matter has changed, with the perseverance of the press still the same. Bibliography lists many sources.
Filename: Presclin.wps


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