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The Role and Potential of Private Publishing in the US and the UK
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This 5 page paper considers the role of the private printing and how this is not only an industry that include vanity publishing, but also an outlet for experimental and controversial works, which in the future may be seen as adding value to media in a similar light to the independent film companies today. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
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This 4-page paper analyzes how and where media fits in in a modern society and one that is post modern. The paper discusses the differences between the two and then defines the media in these contexts. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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The Role of Profit in Media
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This 9 page paper looks at profit as both a negative and positive influence in American media today. Detrimental qualities such as the proliferation of greed, and the compromising of values, are noted as are the positive mechanisms like the enhancement of freedom and choice. A balanced approach is taken and the topic is reviewed in depth. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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The Role of the Media in Crime Investigations: Information Access, Limitations and Recommendations
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This is a 10 page paper discussing media access to information during crime investigations and the role of the media. While the media’s role is considered an important one in crime investigations, especially in the areas of mass appeals, most research has shown that the relationship between the crime investigation units and the media is one of a delicate balance. When policing units do not release information to the media, they are disregarding their responsibility to the safety of the public while at the same time leaving the media to initiate their own investigations often with unreliable information and conclusions. On the other hand, when too much information is released, the investigation can be jeopardized, or the release of sensitive information can be damaging to the victims and their families. The media sensationalizing crimes or releasing too much information has also led to accusations of copycat crimes. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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