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Propoganda, Advocacy and Yellow Journalism

Summary: Definitions and examples of yellow, propaganda and advocacy journalism in reporting past and present. Audience members need to judge the purpose of a story to determine if they are being manipulated or are being told the truth.
The Martians are coming. American jobs taken by Illegal Immigrants. USDA needs to enforce stricter regulations on cattle feed. Each headline could be found in today's news.

When putting together a story, the interpretation of facts depends on how the facts are presented or the assumptions made by the journalist. It would be inaccurate to suggest or imply that the press and the media are always responsible and truthful. After all, stories with sensational headlines or titles that greatly stir our emotions tend to get the most notice. We must learn to recognize the methods by which news is camouflaged so we can discern fact from fiction

Every time we turn on a radio or television, open a book, magazine or newspaper someone is trying to convince, persuade, and educate us to some version of what is right or truthful. Intended to capture our attention...

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