Media in a Democratic Society Argumentative Essay by Top Papers

Media in a Democratic Society
Argues that the media in the United States, Canada and Mexico do not sustain democratic values in investigating government.
# 132077 | 2,500 words | 11 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Communication (Journalism) , Communication (Mass Media)


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This paper argues that the media in the United States, Canada and Mexico do not sustain democratic values in investigating government. It is further pointed out that it is important to distinguish between media critique of a particular party/leader and its investigative stance towards government in general. The thesis is argued that while the U.S. model is influential in both Canada and Mexico, the similarities are closest between the U.S. and Canada in that corporate power blocks systemic media criticism of government in both countries.

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"The above quote from James Madison, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States and drafter of the U.S. Constitution, reveals how important information media are to sustaining values in democratic societies. This being said, the question of the whether the media in the United States, Canada and Mexico are effective in investigating government and sustaining..."

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