Tag Archives: Media Analysis

News Survey

By Corinne mooney EUGENE, Ore. – On a university campus, students ignore their surroundings and walk by with their faces in their phones. In a survey conducted by UO School of Journalism and Communication students, more students read news on … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: The Last Interview With Alexander Shulgin

For many college-aged kids, the acts of experimental indulgence become somewhat prominent. Sure this cannot be said about everyone, or even made a fact, however it is a common experience for one to experiment with drugs, alcohol, intimacy, what have … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Mandla Zwelivelile Mandela Profile

By Michael Wallen South Africa is a democracy with the highest GDP on the continent (seventh per capita), and Nelson Mandela’s 36-year-old grandson is leveraging his lineage into political and business success. Mandla Zwelivelile Mandela is the theme of this … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Phillips packs a ton of fun into his game.

Phillips packs a ton of fun into his game. Jerry Crasnick‘s profile on Brandon Phillips addresses misconceptions about Phillips as a player, and also attempts to explain why less American black athletes play baseball.

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Media Analysis: Profile

By Virginia Rice The article “Portland officer advocates food safety on son’s behalf” by Lynne Terry is the profile of Peter Hurley, 41, who took action after his son suffered from food poisoning to lobby congress for safer foods. This … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Julian Assange profile: Wikileaks founder an uncompromising rebel

by Evan Sernoffsky News can be told in a variety of ways. When a real human being is attached to a local, national or even global issue it makes the story more relevant to everyday people. By profiling an individual—capturing … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: NY Times Saturday Profile 7/24/10

This profile about Mr. Yu Keping, from the New York Times, is all about someone who is breaking a social norm for his country. He is a Chinese politician that is raising the topic or idea of democracy in a … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: The Truth About American Schools

by Evan Sernoffsky Part of the job of a media professional is to become an expert on anything and everything. If you really want to sound like you know what you are talking about, you better talk to a real … Continue reading

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Q&A with Stephen King

By Virginia Rice I am interested in the question and answer interview with Stephen King by Gilbert Cruz because I grew up watching his movies and reading his books. In my kitchen across the top shelf sits every book he … Continue reading

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media analysis: “Five Boys”

By Maiko Ando I read an article on the Intelligent Life Magazine written by Ian Jack, published in spring 2010. The article starts with a photo of five boys and two of them wear formal suits, which seems it has … Continue reading

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