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    Newspaper Article Review The author’s article I have reviewed was Julia Preston. Ms. Preston is a former Mexican Correspondent who has also covered the federal courts. Ms. Preston currently works as the National Immigration Correspondent at the New York Times. In her article she goes into detail about immigrants and whether or not they are taking jobs from Americans and lowering wages by working for less. In addition, she provides a few words spoken by both the Republic nominee Donald Trump and

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    Scholarly vs. popular media focus on sexuality (Step 1): The scholarly article, "The politics of masculinity and the ex-gay movement" focused on the efficacy of sexual conversion therapy and the cultural forces that surround it (Robinson, Spivey, 2007). Sexual conversion therapy involves a patient who attempts to change their sexual orientation through psychotherapy. Most commonly, conversion therapy involves a homosexual male who attempts to convert to heterosexuality. The authors hypothesized

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    Content and Coverage The audience for this newspaper article is general and directed to the overall population of men and women. The article does not provide anything out of depth that requires a higher understanding, it is a brief review on a documentary on polygamy. The information provided in the article is secondary in nature because it provides an analysis. The newspaper article provides a brief description of the documentary, ‘Bitter Honey,’ that it is discussing. The information regarding

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    own words, identify points in the peer review cycle that seem especially important and explain why. The most important points in the power point peer review cycle are as follows: creating an idea, researching said idea, peer reviewing the work, and the publication of the idea. The peer review cycle begins with a person and a new idea. Without an original idea there wouldn’t be a peer review cycle to begin with. The second most important point in the peer review cycle would be conducting the actual

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    Times, 13 Nov. 1992, www.nytimes.com/movie/review. Vincent’s article is a film review about the movie Bram Stoker’s Dracula produced by Francis Ford Coppola for this website that is a branch of the distinguished newspaper The New York Times, that has been in business for more than 100 years, they offer a legitimate phone number with voicemail and a contact us email address, which has made them a trusted newspaper and website amongst its readers. Canby’s article was written in the same year that Francis

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    trend since the early 1980?s and is very alarming for American citizens who watch the news for truth and honest reporting. Not only has bias been a problem in the broadcast media of ABC, NBC, and CBS, but it has also been a problem in mainstream newspapers such as The New York Times, The Sun, and The Boston Globe. For years, these media outlets have built their reputations on truth and now the trend is to lean left and not tell the whole story. Evidence of this has become very prominent in war coverage

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    a variety of challenges including funding, staffing and their school’s administration. One of the most pressing issues facing school publications today is prior review, the process by which a school’s administration must approve the newspaper, magazine or yearbook before it is distributed. There have been many cases involving prior review of high school publications, most notably Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier. There have been relatively few cases focusing on this issue as related to college publications

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    the game. I looked at the source like Syracuse.com and The New York Times, which are large trusted newspapers. David Waldstein, authors of The New York Times, wrote an article “Seeded 10th, Syracuse is One of the Last Four Left”. In his article, Waldstein included the information of Syracuse men basketball. Such as, the struggle they have done to reach to the final four, ranking and history His review gives me some background on the history of Syracuse University. Mentioning, various incredible moments

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    To start off, there are a few similarities in both reviews. Both authors opened their review by sharing their childhood memories of the original Power Rangers television show. They mentioned, “I remember watching the original show every Saturday mornings.” (Jason) and “I lost more than a few hours of my childhood to that series.” (Chang), their comments took me back to my own childhood, when I would spend hours watching power rangers with my brother and pretending to be the pink ranger. However,

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    a lesbian couple whose desire to wed was intensified by the fact that Craven was dying of brain cancer. The article was titled “Historic Wedding” and claimed the ceremony was the first between two people of the same gender to take place in Jones County, Mississippi. In the short period between the publication of the article and Craven’s death a few weeks later, the small-town newspaper made a big wave. The Laurel Leader-Call story received national attention, receiving praise from liberals and

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