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    This step will involve an analysis of media, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Google-Plus, and Twitter to market oneself and grow their career. The social applications have not only expanded the job market but have also developed tools that marketers can use to develop their own business consulting services online. The primary social media channel of choice will be LinkedIn, which is a professional networking site with over half a billion active e users engaging in different forums and LinkedIn groups

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    the lady who meets the same problem, “ As Sharon talks with me, it becomes clear that her main concern is how social media is shaping her sense of herself. She worries that she is spending too much time “ performing” a better version of herself” (Turkle 25). With the popularity of social media, the powerful tendency pushes people to shape themselves as they presented on the social media. People become good at presenting themselves online, but what they perform in the real life  could be

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    The influence of the media on psychological human development is profound (PMC, 2003). Media influences do play a vital role in shaping a person’s behaviour, particularly in adolescent and young adult years. Media affects society and can control how people interact and behave, also contributing to what is socially and culturally accepted (raisingchildren.net.au, 2015). The effects of media are most powerful during a person’s adolescent and young adult years. Adolescents and young people have

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    Media Bias Analysis

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    Iraqi crisis has always been under the consideration of media and politicians to the Middle East in particular and to the whole world in general in recent years. The media are concerned with how they tend not to present reality in a neutral manner. Therefore, they resort to manipulation, deception, and lying in order to manipulate the truth for no other purpose than to mislead and persuade readers (hearers) and satisfy the interests of their politicians. Even news which is governed by values of truthfulness

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    Analysis Of The Media

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    talked about tweets including the entire front page of the website, describing in depth a recent tweet that Trump had sent out. While I was looking for a media source to get non-biased opinion on recent events such as the civil rights groups in Myanmar, I instead found plenty of articles on how Trump seems to be unpresidential. As a major media source, I see it on unfit that all of the focus of today's news is focused on the actions of the president on a minute-by-minute basis. To compare this to

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    Partisan Media Analysis

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    mediums. This increased access has opened a new dimension. Partisan media effects have been researched in the past. However, this article points out that there is a lack of inquiry on the timing of partisan media influence during the election cycle. A common mistake that occurs during past research is the assumption that partisan media effects are static. This however, is not the case. The article points towards an evolving and dynamic media effects during election cycles. To

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    Media Bias Analysis

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    that media bias is not as prevalent as many people believe when it comes to election coverage, stating that “99% of the political coverage that I see in the mainstream media is driven by what happens, not by anybody’s bias” (Lehrer, 2008). Despite Lehrer’s claim of no media bias, both conservatives and liberals believe media bias against them is real. Studies, however, show that this more a question of their own bias rather than that of the journalist, and loss of power in traditional media and changes

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    Media Bias Analysis

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    and different tactics they use. My research has shown the incredibly strong bias that the media has. To get a full grasp of the biases I had to use source diversity. My sources ranged from social media, to television, to web-based articles. Through my research, I discovered the effective and prevalent uses of loaded language, social media, sensationalism, bias in quotes, and the role of gatekeepers in media. Example 1: Fox News had a segment on President Donald Trump’s milestones in office. Fox News

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    submit UGC through the use of content analysis in an attempt to gauge how much UGC community newspaper websites actually publish. In addition, the survey of community newspapers website managers offered some context to what choices might occur behind the scenes including the percentage of content submitted by the audience community media actually publishes. The expectation was that the percentage of UGC published would be high based past research that community media would make the gatekeeping choice

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    Living in a world where social media are highly incorporated into our daily lives is associated with being detached from the things that matter, such as family, friends, and even human relationships in general. Moreover, in 2016, Cal Newport pointed out in his article, “Quit Social Media. Your Career May Depend On It”, from The New York Times, that people are now beginning to believe that social media may perhaps take a toll on their career. On the contrary, I find it ironic that people claim to

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