En1700 Lecture Jan 8 2013.docx

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School
York University
Department
English
Course
EN 1700
En1700 Lecture: January 8, 2013
Use quotes to add to thinking rather than repeating what you’ve already said
in your paper
When using quotes always explain the meaning afterwards to emphasize the
connection to your ideas
Journalism:
o Should represent both sides of an argument, however some
newspapers will have an obvious slant
o With the internet: ethical obligations aren’t as strict
Twitter
o Mistakes can be perpetuated very easily
o Jokes can be taken as facts
o Media rely on other media
This is problematic, there is no investigative research done
Ex. Of World Trait Centre Mosque
o Many news sources mis-report stories
o Quotes can be taken our of context
o Propaganda can be observed in some articles to strike up debate and
emotional appeals
o Divisions and damage can occur
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Use quotes to add to thinking rather than repeating what you"ve already said in your paper. When using quotes always explain the meaning afterwards to emphasize the connection to your ideas. Journalism: should represent both sides of an argument, however some newspapers will have an obvious slant, with the internet: ethical obligations aren"t as strict. Twitter: mistakes can be perpetuated very easily. Jokes can be taken as facts: media rely on other media. This is problematic, there is no investigative research done.

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