Prepare: The crux of journalism is to always present information that is objecti

Prepare: The crux of journalism is to always present information that is objective and is void of bias. If that it is the well-known responsibility of journalists, it may seem strange that we would need to engage in a conversation about ethical practices in this area. However, because the field is so saturated with different… Continue reading Prepare: The crux of journalism is to always present information that is objecti

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Write a profile on a food personality from your local community, with at least t

Write a profile on a food personality from your local community, with at least two live supporting sources to add credibility to your story. Your profile can focus on a restaurant employee, farmer, food scientist, activist, author or artisan, as examples, or anyone who works in food. Your final project must reflect a diversity of… Continue reading Write a profile on a food personality from your local community, with at least t

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Write a profile on a food personality from your local community, with at least t

Write a profile on a food personality from your local community, with at least two live supporting sources to add credibility to your story. Your profile can focus on a restaurant employee, farmer, food scientist, activist, author or artisan, as examples, or anyone who works in food. Your final project must reflect a diversity of… Continue reading Write a profile on a food personality from your local community, with at least t

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Prepare: Read chapters 2 and 3 of Calvert, Kozlowski, and Silver (2023) to learn

Prepare: Read chapters 2 and 3 of Calvert, Kozlowski, and Silver (2023) to learn more about the foundational ideas behind, and importance of, the First Amendment for both citizens and journalists. Reflect: Based on what you’ve learned in those chapters, consider the most important elements of First Amendment for journalists and share a real-world example… Continue reading Prepare: Read chapters 2 and 3 of Calvert, Kozlowski, and Silver (2023) to learn

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Prepare: Read chapters 2 and 3 of Calvert, Kozlowski, and Silver (2023) to learn

Prepare: Read chapters 2 and 3 of Calvert, Kozlowski, and Silver (2023) to learn more about the foundational ideas behind, and importance of, the First Amendment for both citizens and journalists. Reflect: Based on what you’ve learned in those chapters, consider the most important elements of First Amendment for journalists and share a real-world example… Continue reading Prepare: Read chapters 2 and 3 of Calvert, Kozlowski, and Silver (2023) to learn

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Identify a specific thesis or central argument for the final research

For this week’s assignment, you will create an outline for your Final Research Paper. Complete the following steps for this outline assignment: Step One: Review the potential Final Research Paper topics below and select one for your Final Research Paper. Submit the topic as a title page in APA format to the instructor. Give us… Continue reading Identify a specific thesis or central argument for the final research

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What did you learn?

Watch this newscast (link below) and write down your critique of video reporting – what did you like and what didn’t you like. Why? What did you learn? Please write two paragraphs (!!). Please evaluate the news based on the presentation and quality of the stories. Try to look at how stories are stacked and… Continue reading What did you learn?

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