Media Bias Essay by Master Researcher

Media Bias
An analysis of the untruth presented in the news and how the government in America has used this to their advantage.
# 88499 | 675 words | 2 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Communication (Journalism) , Sociology (Media and Society)


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Description:

This paper briefly discusses how the media is used to manipulate the public and it then investigates to what extent there is a connection between the use of the media by the current federal administration in the United States and the use of the media in the past to produce and reinforce certain stereotypes that may have been desired by the government.

From the Paper:

"Making (and unmaking) the news Social commentators today like to talk about how the news we receive is quite often not the "real" news. In other words, powerful elites - often in government but also in the news media - exert considerable control upon the information that is disseminated to the American public. The following paper will briefly discuss how the media is used to manipulate the public and then investigate to what extent there is a connection between the use of the media by the current federal administration and the use of the media in the past to produce and reinforce certain stereotypes. The paper will also briefly outline this writer's contention that the Bush Administration is hardly the first American administration that has employed the media to advance its own agenda."

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