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This writing assignment consists of different parts. The word count isn’t THAT strict, I just had to play it safe with the amount I required. There’s really only one portion that has a strict writing count. Please read instructions thoroughly.
Part 1-Public Relations
For a brief explaination of what PR (public relations) is, read through this link:
https://www.comit.ie/latest-news-from-comit/what-are-the-different-types-of-pr.798.html
This will assist with this portion of the writing.
***INSTRUCTIONS: Readers may notice that a substantial portion of daily news originates with the public relations industry. Sift through the content of these sites:
USA Today
https://www.usatoday.com/
The Guardian (U.S. edition)
https://www.theguardian.com/us
Additional Guidance –
*Don’t just rely on the site’s home page.*
Because some sections will include more PR-related articles than other sections, you should sift through several sections on a news site. As a simple example, USA Today’s Tech section sometimes includes stories about new products, and those stories may partially rely on PR content (product specifications and descriptions, for example) from the company that is debuting the new product. Browse through lots of stories!
At the top of your page, state the dates/times that you viewed the site(s). Then compile the following:
Part A – List at least four news stories you believe have a clear connection to public relations through the use of sources in the story.
Include the titles/headlines of those stories and a brief synopsis of what each story is about in approximately two sentences.
Indicate what you believe was a PR source within each story. This can include press releases, press conferences, speeches, video news releases, and information from spokespersons.
Explain your basis for drawing those conclusions.
PART B – Provide at least one additional example of a story that probably does not have a PR component. What is the story about? Why do you think it does not have any PR sources?
Use a list format rather than writing an essay, but be sure you provide full sentences to explain the items in your lists.
Based on the instructions above, you will incorporate at least 5 stories into your submission — 4 that appear to contain some sort of PR source and 1 that does not appear to contain any PR-related sources.
Part 2-Media Law
***Read through these links to get to get an understanding of media law. This will help with this portion of the writing.

15.3 The Law and Mass Media Messages


https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/12/politics/first-amendment-explainer-2021-trnd/index.html
https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/defamation-law-made-simple-29718.html
INSTRUCTIONS:
The New York Times, the Student Press Law Center and The Guardian provide separate categories for stories related to libel specifically and media law in general. Following are the web addresses:
https://www.nytimes.com/topic/subject/libel-and-slander
https://www.theguardian.com/media/medialaw
http://www.splc.org/section/news
Note that not all of these stories describe U.S. cases.
In addition, you should have already studied a CNN explanatory article with hypothetical examples:
The First Amendment doesn’t guarantee you the rights you think it does
You have the option to write about one particular article/example or weave together two or three related pieces by noting similarities.
In an essay of 300 to 500 words, summarize the article/example (or articles/examples) and explain the major issues that are involved. If possible, synthesize the information with material from the assigned readings for this lesson. Be careful not to plagiarize from any assigned content, you should absolutely not copy and paste any content in an assignment about media law.
At the beginning of your writing- provide the headline(s) and the link(s) to the content that you discuss.
ESSAY GUIDELINES – Do not compose your essay as a single paragraph. You should outline your content in advance so that you plan no more than four sentences per paragraph, but you will submit only the essay and not the outline. Submit your work as a Microsoft Word document (.doc or .docx), typed and double-spaced. You can use informal citations to clearly show the source for any information that is not your own; you are not required to use APA style. More information and examples are included below:
INFORMAL CITATIONS FROM OTHER SOURCES
According to the online textbook Culture and Media, the two magazines with the largest circulation are connected to AARP, formerly the American Association of Retired People.
In an article titled “Junk-News Junkies,” Scott McLemee, writing for Inside Higher Ed, discussed the potential difference between individuals sharing a junk news story on social media and actually believing the content.
In an opinion column published in April of 2018, John Brummett of the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette wrote that “a free press means that whoever owns the press is free to abuse the freedom.”
According to a YouTube video from the organization Media Literacy Now, consumers should regularly analyze the creative techniques that are used to attract their attention. The video is titled “What Is Media Literacy.”
INFORMAL CITATIONS FROM OTHER SOURCES (WITH LINKS ADDED)
You are encouraged to link text within your essay to your sources:
In an article titled “Junk-News Junkies,” Scott McLemee, writing for Inside Higher Ed, discussed the potential difference between individuals sharing a junk news story on social media and actually believing the content.
In an opinion column published in April of 2018, John Brummett of the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette wrote that “a free press means that whoever owns the press is free to abuse the freedom.”
According to a YouTube video from Media Literacy Now, consumers should regularly analyze the creative techniques that are used to attract their attention. The video is titled “What Is Media Literacy.”

 

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