Rhetorical analysis of July 26, 1969, TV address explaining senator’s role in drowning of Mary Jo Kopechne. Structure, narrative, purpose, Kennedy mythos.
This paper discusses the issue of banning tobacco ads by the New York Times newspaper and questions whether it was the correct thing to do.
This research paper shows how the “New York Times” accurately portrayed events during the Vietnam War.
Legal analysis of cases brough by celebrities (Sinatra, Eddie Murphy, Carol Burnett) against tabloid, focusing on courts’ emphasis on First Amendment rights.
An examination of of Dorothea Lange’s involvement in parliament and the controversies caused by her photograph, `Migrant Mother`.
This paper outlines Fragile X disorder with a detailed description of the biological cause of the disorder, as well as an explanation of the subsequent communication disorders
Cultural, socioeconomic & sexual aspects of language use in & out of classroom. Bias, graffiti, role of parents.
A look at the sit-com “Friends” and why there seems to be almost no African-American main characters or extras featuring in the series.
This paper looks at two newspaper articles that discuss terrorism, and how they relate to the attack on the World Trade Center.
This paper discusses network television advertising with reference to an in depth interview with Ms. South,a former sales executive at WWOR-TV UPN 9.
An examination of the conflict and rhetoric clashes between Ramus and Quintilian.
This paper deals with skills that are required for a leader or manager to successfully lead an organization.
Analyzes legal case in which GM used basketball star’s former name (Lew Alcindor) in a TV commercial.
This essay looks at the events of September 11, propaganda and the media.
Original research covering a case study analysis in which an autistic child is assessed on responsiveness to various theoretical treatments for communication difficulties.
This paper compares Plato’s theories about rhetoric and dialectic means of communication.
Analyzes needs, problems & opportunities for any cable channel competing with CNN.
A paper which analyzes how infants are responsive to speech development.
Compares origins, techniques, aims, applications & effectiveness of two approaches to education of deaf children.
Examines the Richard Jewell case and concludes that the news media has lost whatever ethical and professional codes that it once had.
As more people opt for on-line relationships, they may find it more difficult to conduct face-to-face relationships.
An analysis of Alexander Graham Bell and his contributions to the modern world.
Definitions of language, sources, impact of geography, classification, distribution, dialects.
This paper examines the approaches to literary criticism of Saussure, a linguist, Freud, a psychoanalyst and Marx, an economist. “Saussure defies the popular notion that language is a process of giving names to ideas we already have (963). In other words, there are no ideas without words. Many people believe that ideas came first, then […]
A look at the way television viewing has progressed today and how it may look in the future.
A paper which explores investigative reporting as a career choice.
A study of the influences of American culture in the 1950s and 1960s on our society today.
A short history of talk radio with a focus on conservative talk radio hosts of today.
A discussion of the role the Federal Communications Commission played in breaking up telephone service company, AT&T.
A study of the control of the media by historical and despotic governments.
The following essay discusses popular entertainment today and the code that it represents.
This paper discusses the media equation theory – the increasing connection that has been made between technology and humanity.
This paper examines the way the media aids in the construction of identities.
An argument for the universal use of v-chips to curb the television violence seen by children.
A detailed look at the way various functions are shared between regions in metropolitan police areas with specific reference to Los Angeles, Nashville, Chicago, and San Francisco.
This paper describes the growth of the telecommunication industry, through the companies AT&T and MCI.
Discusses the different ways that the media blundered their early call of Al Gore as the winner of the 2000 Presidential Election.
This paper explores what college freshman experience during their first year away from home.
This paper examines the need for parental sex education for young children, and a study of how parents tend to affect children’s sexuality.
A discussion of the potential success of microbroadcasters and their struggle to go on the air.
The following paper discusses the complex relationships that evolve between the nurses on a unit.