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Political Economy in Media

Political Economy in Media Description Please use 24(a TV program) Drawing on the course readings, key terms and lectures, as well as on your own research, analyze one of the following a) a film b) a TV program c) a video game; > > d) a piece of popular music, > > showing how its … Read more

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Personal selling

Personal selling Personal selling is often a major source of ethical violations in the field of marketing because many are paid on commission only when they make a sale. As a result, the “fast talking” salesperson behaving unethically is often a stock character in popular culture. Analyze how the conflict in motives between earning a … Read more

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Political Economy in Media

Political Economy in Media Your use of “on the other hand” in the first paragraph doesn’t make sense/transition well. What’s the thesis statement of the essay? The following sentence from paragraph 2 is kinda wordy; can you change the word selection? “Bauer is a highly skilled agent with the approach, “the ends justify the means,” … Read more

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Public management Question

Why has the media devoted so much of its time and resources to covering Donald Trump and his sensationalist antics rather than getting a focus on the positions that either candidate stands for? Do you think that covering sensationalist behavior has goaded this new arrival to the politics scene to behave the way he does … Read more

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Ethical Violation Paper

Ethical Violation Paper Locate a news story or press release about an ethical violation(s) resulting from actions of employees in the criminal justice system. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you include the following: In what component of the criminal justice system does the criminal justice agency or individuals in question belong? What … Read more