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    celebrities in two newspapers, the Daily Mail and the Daily Star. I chose these newspapers as one is a redtop and one a blacktop. The Daily Mail is a blacktop, these are generally aimed at the higher classes as they contain more challenging language, and are for perhaps more intellectual people. From this newspaper I chose "£2m bland bombshell" (3rd January 2004), an article on the recent successes of TV star Linda Barker. The Daily Star is a redtop, therefore aimed at the

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    he Daily Iowegian and Wednesday Ad-Express is a five-day, Monday-Friday, every day daily paper distributed in Centerville, Iowa and covering Appanoose and Wayne provinces in Iowa and Putnam County, Missouri. On Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, the daily paper distributes as the Daily Iowegian. The Wednesday's distribution is a customer and is known as the Ad-Express. The Daily Iowegian was established April 7, 1883 by Charles Elliott Vrooman. In the more than 130 years the daily paper has

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    The Contrast Between the Daily Mail and the Independent Newspapers need to aim at a specific corner of the market to be successful. The main reason for this is that if you have a readership consisting of a specific class or type of people eg. Middle class business men. Then advertisers who want to appeal to that specific audience will use that paper for their advert and the paper can obtain large profits from adverts and the advertisers can sell lots of products. Therefore

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    Political Satire

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    In America, because everyone has been granted the freedom of speech, freedom of press, and freedom of religion under the First Amendment of the constitution, using political humor and satire as a tool to express the discontentment toward the society has never induce any real positive political change. United States lacks a string that can unify everyone for a common goal due to the diversified ideology in the country and the rights for people granted under

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    In the nineteenth century the daily life for the average American was changing, with the industrial revolution in full swing, Americans began to see changes in the economy, transportation, increases in food production, and the birth of the American system of manufacturing. America was modernizing, but modernization took place mostly in the north creating a divide between the south which remained agriculturally based. Daily life in the northern United States took on the hustle and bustle of a modern

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    The FedEx Corporation has been the world’s leading express shipping and distribution company almost three decades. In its time frame, it has expanded into five companies that is spread across 211 counties. The purpose of this paper is to introduce some of the key elements to FedEx corporations’ success from strategy, innovation, planning, and ethics. This paper will also examine and compare the four types of innovation theories in relation to innovation, planning, strategy, and business ethics.

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    that I chose for the purpose of this assignment is the Jon Stewart discussion on the Ferguson, Missouri coverage. Here, Jon, the satirist is an arbiter of American political media, and as a media critic, he is also the former television host of The Daily Show which is a satirical news program that airs on Comedy Central. In the video, Jon Stewart critiqued topics revolving around the shooting of teenager Michael Brown by the police. The topics ranged from police brutality, black lives matter, negative

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    and verb groups to portray two different representations of the boy. From the headings, we are already positioned in two contrasting way. In article 1, Heather McNeill uses phrases such as ‘family threaten to kill’ ‘11yr old charged with murder’ express the violent and anger of the victim’s family and target the boy. On the other hand, article 2 describes the murderer as ‘Perth boy’ representing his belonging to the land, and instead of the verb ‘charged with his murder’ in the first article, the

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    Ups vs Fedex

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    Executive Summary Based on our analysis regarding competitive advantage, company comparison, financial data and operational excellence, we believe UPS will be a better performer in the long run as compared to FedEx. Competitive Advantage UPS has a first mover advantage over FedEx, beginning air delivery service in 1929. Although FedEx was the first to own and operate their own planes and introduced the innovative “hub and spoke” distribution pattern, UPS leads in specialized transportation and logistics

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    initiatives that could benefit consumers have been abandoned, delayed or suppressed. Consumer choice has been reduced, and competition among card networks has been substantially restrained”(American Express Company, 2000, 1). The suit is being issued by the DOJ, but clearly being driven by American Express and Discover respectively. These companies, the two remaining credit card brands that make up the main players in the industry,

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