journalism Custom Essay

requirement: 1.Word limit & Format: The essay must be between 2500 and 3500 words. It should have a title, be double-spaced and each page numbered accordingly. The appropriate referencing style

(CU Harvard Style) must be applied. Ensure your name is included at the top of each or first page.
2.From a number of majors events reported in the media recently choose one or two or three and critically analyse or discuss how they were reported. In your analysis justify your choice of media and news

events/stories and apply one or more of the textual analysis techniques or theories discussed in the class to present your arguments. You need to discuss the likely implications of the reports on the audience, the

specific choice of language to impact on the audience and how this may/may not have eroded ethical practice. You may wish to comparatively discuss reports on one platform (e.g. print or broadcast only) or

across platforms (print, television and only, including those run by citizen journalists).
3. my topic will focus on" Ukraine’s crisis"
so there are some content should be placed into my essay.

1. Look at the framing of the story in each case(please choose three media like bbc, cnn, and other one from ukraine’ crisis)
2. Try to link to the ideas we discussed in the class e.g. who is telling what and in what way? Why is it told that way? Who are the subjects? Does their personality affect the way the story is told? If they were

not who they are would the story be told differently?
3. Very importantly, what is the background of the media telling the story?
4. How does the story impact on you as the audience? Look out for markers in the story. Generally, how was language used in all cases?

The key story is Ukraine’s political crisis and we all know why it is an important developing story. I will need you to do more research on the background of the crisis in Ukraine. You will need to connect it to

Ukraine’s history as one of the states under the defunct USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics), which became independent after the collapse of the union in 1991. You will also need to link your

discussion to the tension between Russia (survivor of the old east bloc) and countries that constituted the then west bloc – including the EU. Also, these two forces heavily influenced the Orange Revolution in

2004 – Russia supporting incumbent Viktor Yanukovych who lost to Viktor Yushchenko the opposition politician the former west bloc countries supported. What we are seeing is a repeat of the local-cum-

international political rivalry in 2004, with the media being part of it. What I need you to find out and discuss in your analysis are:
1. How the media in the UK are reporting the crisis
2. Why is it so important that it has been put on the front of major newspapers/media since November 2013?
3. Consider linking your discourse to Hallin and Mancini’s (2004) political parallelism thesis – that the media are part and parcel of the political cleavages in the environment they operate. In this case the media

find this story interesting because politicians on both sides see Ukraine as a sort of coveted trophy. But, why might Ukraine be so important to the audience or how would the audience in the UK connect to

such story?
4. You will note that some of the papers downplayed the story, like the Sun merely mentioned it in its editorial. So, what is the big story that the Sun or the other media that downplayed Ukraine’s had on the

front burner instead? Why is this story important and why would the audience connect more to it? (This is what the three groups with different stories as front-page lead need to consider in their discussion i.e.

why is the story used more important than what others consider ‘burning issue’.
5. Identify as many linguistic markers, slants/rhetoric as possible – the process of signposting etc. Sift through every paragraph from headline, intro down to conclusion.
6. Again, look at the general use of language and hit it impacts on the audience.

therefore, don’t forget to link the context of ukraine’s politics and history. and most importantly, apply textual analyses theories into my essay. hopefully get a high mark and i will contact you constantly.

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