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Uses and Gratification: Nigerian Students Use of Newspaper

Use of Newspapers by Nigerian University Students Introduction Newspapers provide up-to-date information on local, state/ provincial, national, and world issues. They are among the most widely-read periodicals that are available and accessible to the vast majority of people of all ages and walks of life in any community. Every category of reader can find some important, current, and interesting information in newspapers. Today's newspapers use design elements that make information easily accessible...

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How Would I Judge a Good Newspaper?

WOULD I JUDGE A GOOD NEWSPAPER? Technology has given immense new possibilities to the newspaper and it has thus increased its power. But what we often see today is the deteriorating morality of the press, represented by a number of newspapers in almost every country. These do a disservice to the public by being part of the cheap press and their aim is to make money, to mislead people, to exaggerate events, to publish abusive advertising. But a good number of other newspapers aim at high levels of...

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Newspaper Reading Habbit Among School Teachers

NEWSPAPER READING HABITS AMONG SCHOOLTEACHERS ABSTRACT Newspaper, the mirror of the day had a crucial role of informing the changes that is occurring in the world. The teaching community, in their pursuit of molding a new generation should also be updated of the happenings in the globe. Newspaper reading helps the teachers to be aware of the world they are living. This particular study intends to understand how teachers read newspapers and how they interact with students about news items. INTRODUCTION...

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London Newspaper S Price War

Print newspaper demand in the 1990s in London became a war between the four biggest newspaper firms, this war involved the p]iFrom an economic position, the interrelationship of the sub-markets is a salient characteristic of mass media. Even though this interrelationship is not an exclusive characteristic of media markets, they are surely an important example for this phenomenon. The deciding feature of interrelated markets is the interdependency of the respective demands. An increment of the...

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Pricing Practices in the Denver, Colorado, Newspaper Market

and News will lead to one independent newspaper in Denver. If there is only one newspaper, then they are solely responsible for the advertising, circulation, and production. With the merger between two companies, there is obviously no reason to have two editors, two directors of each department, etc. Even the amount of people delivering newspapers will be cut in half. Therefore, jobs are going to be lost with the merge. With only one company, the Denver Newspaper Agency can charge any rate they want...

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Distinct Grammatical And Syntactic Structures In Newspaper Language Analysis

4.4.2.1. Grammar and Syntax Distinct grammatical and syntactic structures are essential features in newspaper language and differentiate the language of quality press and popular press newspapers. In fact, tabloidization involves a “movement away from longer, complex, analytical writing” in connection with the style of newspaper language (Bird 2009: 41). Firstly, the article from 1966 consists of 26 sentences and, thus, has an approximate average of 3 sentences per 100 words. Furthermore, it contains...

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Continuous Writing Using Newspaper Articles

ACTION RESEARCH PROPOSAL PAPER 2010 Title : Continuous Writing Using Newspaper Articles –“Accidents” By Puan Muhazian Binti Md. Noor Penolong Kanan Kokurikulum SMK Permas Jaya 2 81750 Johor Bahru Previous Reflection Most of the students in 5 UPM are weak in writing for Continuous Writing Section in Paper 1 Section B. Students are found to be weak in grammar and at the same time they are not able to write a longer essay due to the lack of information. Most of them have limited...

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History of fashion magazines and supplements in daily newspapers

History of fashion magazines and supplements in daily newspapers Fashion journalism in Pakistan has come to a rise recently. However the roots of fashion magazines and supplements have been around for a while. The first major international level fashion magazine in Pakistan was Libas however before that the supplements of The News were the only platform for fashion journalism, namely Instep Today. This supplement was and is still published every Sunday; it is an entertainment/lifestyle weekly that...

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Newspapers

Origin of Newspapers: The History of newspapers is arguably one of the most dramatic episodes of human experience. The actual origin of newspapers lies in the Renaissance Europe when local merchants used to distribute handwritten newsletters amongst each other. However it was not until the late 1400’s when Germany introduced the precursors of printed newspapers. Since then newspapers have evolved dramatically and today there are more than 6580 daily newspapers in the World. A typical modern day...

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Newspapers

Newspapers: Past, Present, and Future News is simply defined as "a report of a recent event; something one
not heard of before"(Websters, 282). With its lack in its definition, news is so much more than a report of recent events in todays world. Today, the underlying purpose of news is to "provide facts upon which decisions are based" (Mencher, 56), making journalism the work of gathering news. Neil Postman says that news is "more often made rather than gathered". He goes...

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