Open Access Graduate Research Paper
With the advent of the printing press, and later the radio and television, the public relies heavily on the words of others to give them information. Each day people receive news, whether it is read in the newspaper, heard on radio, or seen on television. The companies that run the newspapers, radio and television stations, and magazines hire individuals that are deemed to have good written and verbal skills. These individuals are trained to communicate articles that are clear, concise, and informative so that the readers, listeners, and viewers get all the important news in the shortest time possible.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Sharon E. Smaldino
Robert R. Hardman
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©1992 Jacqueline I. Wilson
Wilson, Jacqueline I., "Media ethics: How far has the media gone?" (1992). Graduate Research Papers. 3546.