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This student essay consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis of Immigration and the Media.
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Immigration and the Media

Summary: An in-depth essay comparing immigration news in both the mass media and the Internet.
Immigration has always been a contentious issue in the United States. Benjamin Franklin thought that an influx in German migration into the United States would flush out the predominately British culture at that time. Furthermore, a continual wave of foreign cultures began pouring into the American metropolitan areas at the turn of the 20th century. The migration of these people began a mass assimilation of cultural ideology and customs into the United States. With recent technological advancements, such as television and the internet, news and information can be widely shared concerning immigration. With the continual increase of news programs, Americans today are often bombarded with all sorts of pressing issues in today's society- but, how do you decide where to get information about issues such as immigration? In today's major media installments, the attention brought to recent immigration analysis is often subjugated by a clear agenda. Many television...

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