Monthly Archives: December 2012

The future of gun control after the Newtown massacre

Originally posted on Eideard:
The brutal murder of 20 children and seven adults in Newtown, Connecticut, shakes us to the core as individuals and requires a response as citizens. The United States seems to reel from one mass gun killing…

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William Howard Russell, Objectivity?

William Howard Russell was one of the first journalists that worked in the style of objectivity and was one of the first to go against the grain by sending detailed letters home telling the truth of the Crimean war, in … Continue reading

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James Creelman Advocacy Journalist?

James Creelman was a journalist who practiced in an advocate style. Considering himself as a ‘yellow journalist’, he saw the yellow press as an optimistic and civilized force, helping to form public events. He expressed opinion and emotion and took … Continue reading

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Objective and Advocacy Journalism?

    There are many differences between advocacy and objective journalism. These variances are vital in differentiating the writer from the journalist and can define a reputation and status in the media. War reporters have the difficulty of choosing the path … Continue reading

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The Zombies and the Outer Limits work so well together

Originally posted on Eideard:
http://youtu.be/9pX0yBJ5z8A One of my favorite things about YouTube is being able to listen to almost any old song I can think of. But most of the time the video that accompanies the song is either a…

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Hold the coffee…

Originally posted on The Cedar Lounge Revolution:
…after reading this… Starbucks is cutting paid lunch breaks, sick leave and maternity benefits for thousands of British workers, sparking fresh anger over its business practices. On the day the House of Commons’…

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