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Prepare: Due to the technological advancements that we enjoy as individuals and

Prepare: Due to the technological advancements that we enjoy as individuals and the media practitioners have at their disposal, the incidences of defamation cases – or at least accusations of defamation – are on the rise. However, many outside of the industry fail to realize that winning such cases can be quite challenging. In chapters 4-6, Calvert, Kozlowski, and Silver (2023) introduce many aspects of defamation lawand what needs to be brought forward before a case is heard and what needs to be proven before a case is decided. We also learned in our reading what defenses can be presented as a protection for the person accused of the defaming statements.

Reflect: After reading Calvert, Kozlowski, and Silver (2023), find a real-world example of where person accused another person of defamation. It does not have to have gone to court, but must be a case that has been discussed in some form of media. If possible, try to find a case where a media outlet or journalist is accused of defamation by someone.

Write: Once you have found a real world example, consider the form of media that the potential defamation statement appeared. Then discuss the specifics and whether you believe the person making the accusation actually has a case and if the person being accused seems to have a defense. In your initial post, you must include at least one in-text citation from the reading or viewing material for the week and you must also properly cite the examples that you used and provide links to them or upload them. At the end of your post, include your name and a full reference for all sources cited in the body of your post. All citations and references must adhere to APA style guidelines as outlined in the Writing Center Links to an external site..

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Prepare: The crux of journalism is to always present information that is objecti

Prepare: The crux of journalism is to always present information that is objective and is void of bias. If that it is the well-known responsibility of journalists, it may seem strange that we would need to engage in a conversation about ethical practices in this area. However, because the field is so saturated with different modes of communicating information, it is definitely an area that we must pay close attention to. In Chapter 8, the textbook covers may aspects of objectivity, perspective, and bias.

Reflect: After reading Chapter 8 in Journalist Ethics (Jacquette, 2007), think about a recent news story where you believe the journalist violated ethical codes when it came to objectivity, perspective and bias.

Write: Once you have chosen a recent story to analyze, write a 250- to 300-word blog that shares your analysis with your peers. View the Formatting Stories and Blogs Download Formatting Stories and Blogs document for assistance with formatting your blog.

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Write a profile on a food personality from your local community, with at least t

Write a profile on a food personality from your local community, with at least two live supporting sources to add credibility to your story. Your profile can focus on a restaurant employee, farmer, food scientist, activist, author or artisan, as examples, or anyone who works in food. Your final project must reflect a diversity of sources, including race, class, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and class—the “fault lines” of American society. At the end of the assignment, please include names and contact information (phone, email) for anyone interviewed for your story. If you are working from publications, please cite those as well (formatted as such: Last name, First name. “Article Title.” Newspaper Title, Month Date, Year of Publication).
Subject: Orly Gottesman; Owner of Modern Bread and Bagel
I interviewed her and attached my interview with her. Write a story about her.
Here are examples of food profiles:
https://www.latimes.com/food/story/2019-10-09/darrell-corti-california-food-wine
https://www.gq.com/story/chef-tunde-wey-profile

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Write a profile on a food personality from your local community, with at least t

Write a profile on a food personality from your local community, with at least two live supporting sources to add credibility to your story. Your profile can focus on a restaurant employee, farmer, food scientist, activist, author or artisan, as examples, or anyone who works in food. Your final project must reflect a diversity of sources, including race, class, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and class—the “fault lines” of American society. At the end of the assignment, please include names and contact information (phone, email) for anyone interviewed for your story. If you are working from publications, please cite those as well (formatted as such: Last name, First name. “Article Title.” Newspaper Title, Month Date, Year of Publication).
Subject: Orly Gottesman; Owner of Modern Bread and Bagel
I interviewed her and attached my interview with her. Write a story about her.
Here are examples of food profiles:
https://www.latimes.com/food/story/2019-10-09/darrell-corti-california-food-wine
https://www.gq.com/story/chef-tunde-wey-profile

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Prepare: Read chapters 2 and 3 of Calvert, Kozlowski, and Silver (2023) to learn

Prepare: Read chapters 2 and 3 of Calvert, Kozlowski, and Silver (2023) to learn more about the foundational ideas behind, and importance of, the First Amendment for both citizens and journalists.

Reflect: Based on what you’ve learned in those chapters, consider the most important elements of First Amendment for journalists and share a real-world example that allows you explore the relevance of the law. The example must be one that is concrete in that it is evidenced by having been enacted or presented.

Write:
In your initial 250-word post, you must do the following:
Explain the key dimensions of the First Amendment and how it impacts journalists
Describe the central elements of your case
Analyze how your chosen example highlights some important considerations for thinking about the freedom of the press specifically and how this could impact your career has a journalist.
Be sure to include at least one in-text citation from the reading or viewing material for the week and you must also properly cite the examples that you used and provide links to them or upload them. At the end of your post, include your name and a full reference for all sources cited in the body of your post. All citations and references must adhere to APA style guidelines as outlined in the Writing Center Links to an external site..
https://ashford.redshelf.com/app/ecom/shelf/course-section/4317709

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Prepare: Read chapters 2 and 3 of Calvert, Kozlowski, and Silver (2023) to learn

Prepare: Read chapters 2 and 3 of Calvert, Kozlowski, and Silver (2023) to learn more about the foundational ideas behind, and importance of, the First Amendment for both citizens and journalists.

Reflect: Based on what you’ve learned in those chapters, consider the most important elements of First Amendment for journalists and share a real-world example that allows you explore the relevance of the law. The example must be one that is concrete in that it is evidenced by having been enacted or presented.

Write:
In your initial 250-word post, you must do the following:
Explain the key dimensions of the First Amendment and how it impacts journalists
Describe the central elements of your case
Analyze how your chosen example highlights some important considerations for thinking about the freedom of the press specifically and how this could impact your career has a journalist.
Be sure to include at least one in-text citation from the reading or viewing material for the week and you must also properly cite the examples that you used and provide links to them or upload them. At the end of your post, include your name and a full reference for all sources cited in the body of your post. All citations and references must adhere to APA style guidelines as outlined in the Writing Center Links to an external site..
https://ashford.redshelf.com/app/ecom/shelf/course-section/4317709

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, you are doing the profile assignment on The Caribbean student association Carn

, you are doing the profile assignment on The Caribbean student association Carnival Showcase, A night full of dances, modeling, and more!
Fake interview- Glenroy Ford, Leelani supersad, Olivia policka
EVERYTHING ON HOW TO DO THIS ASSIGNMENT IS IN THE DOCUMENT I SENT YOU LABELED (PROFILE ASSIGNMENT!!)

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, you are doing the profile assignment on The Caribbean student association Carn

, you are doing the profile assignment on The Caribbean student association Carnival Showcase, A night full of dances, modeling, and more!
Fake interview- Glenroy Ford, Leelani supersad, Olivia policka
EVERYTHING ON HOW TO DO THIS ASSIGNMENT IS IN THE DOCUMENT I SENT YOU LABELED (PROFILE ASSIGNMENT!!)

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Identify a specific thesis or central argument for the final research

For this week’s assignment, you will create an outline for your Final Research Paper. Complete the following steps for this outline assignment:
Step One: Review the potential Final Research Paper topics below and select one for your Final Research Paper. Submit the topic as a title page in APA format to the instructor.
Give us privacy: Exploring the privacy rights and ethical treatment of families of criminals in news reports
Step Two: Create an outline that includes the following criteria:
Identify a specific thesis or central argument for the Final Research
Address each of the following five main points that will be included in the Final Research Paper:
Explain the historical significance of the topic.
Discuss each of the concepts and/or areas of law and ethics that are relevant to the topic.
Discuss at least two court cases in relation to the topic and two ethical considerations.
Discuss the implications of the issue on the field of journalism.
Provide an overall opinion of the issues discussed in relation to the impact on individuals, groups, and society.
Construct the outline according to the outline template Links to an external site.in the Writing Center.
Identify at least one reference for each main point and provide the APA citation for each source.
You must use the outline template in the Writing Center for the completion of the outline. You must also provide at least five scholarly sources other than the required text in the outline. No more than two of your academic sources may be from the Internet. At least two of the five academic sources must be found in the UAGC Library. Research may be modified for the Final Research Paper. Cite your sources as indicated in the sample outline in text and on the reference page following the outline. For information regarding APA samples and tutorials, visit the Writing Center, within the Learning Resources tab on the left navigation toolbar, in your online course.

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When it says event organizer put priscilla rodriguez, for the people that you are interviewing, you can put eliza lugo, dylen mckitty, daniel navarro.

when it says event organizer put Priscilla Rodriguez, for the people that you are interviewing, you can put Eliza Lugo, dylen Mckitty, Daniel Navarro.
you don’t have to add the pictures either, I can do that, also just make the story 1.5 page instead of two.