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Research design: update this section with the final tool, and detailed sample description (sample size, % of age, gender, education – demographic questions).

After you finish data collection, you need to do the following steps:
Research design: update this section with the final tool, and detailed sample description (sample size, % of age, gender, education – demographic questions). Describe how, when, and where did you conduct data collection in-person or online (where did you share it?). (2-3 pages double-spaced).
Analyze your data looking for patterns or trends and interesting findings.
Write a new section titled “Results and discussion”; this section will be divided into two parts; one part will explain your main results and findings, the second part explains how such results are compared to literature and previous research (agree, in-line or different and in what ways), what those impacts mean. Please put emphasis in this section on how it answers the research questions (2-3 pages double-spaced). My part is ” the second part explains how such results are compared to literature and previous research (agree, in-line or different and in what ways), what those impacts mean.” this part. The word file is one of my group did it. So I just need to do the second part.

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Reporting for the safety of the audience and not the public is not necessary for ethical journalism.

Eliot and Ozar
1) Reporting for the safety of the public (not audience) is required for ethical journalism
– difference between the public and audience needs to be established, and it must be discussed why publishing is for the public and not the audience
– more than just the safety function of journalism needs to be discussed for ethical journalism
– what ethical journalism is (Eliot and Ozar’s definition) needs to be discussed
– X = publishing for the safety of the public (not audience)
– Y = ethical journalism
(4)Reporting for the public safety is required for ethical journalism.
(8) Reporting for the safety of the public (not audience) is necessary for ethical journalism.
(15)reporting for the safety of the audience and not the public is sufficient for ethical journalism
9. Reporting for the safety of the audience and not the public is not necessary for ethical journalism.
10) ethical journalism is possible without any at all reporting for the safety of the audience and not the public.
16. Reporting for the safety of journalism is not sufficient to have ethical journalism.
17. Ethical journalism is possible without any connection to reporting for the safety of the audienbcice and not the public

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Eliot and ozar 1) reporting for the safety of the public (not audience) is required for ethical journalism

Eliot and Ozar
1) Reporting for the safety of the public (not audience) is required for ethical journalism
– difference between the public and audience needs to be established, and it must be discussed why publishing is for the public and not the audience
– more than just the safety function of journalism needs to be discussed for ethical journalism
– what ethical journalism is (Eliot and Ozar’s definition) needs to be discussed
– X = publishing for the safety of the public (not audience)
– Y = ethical journalism
(4)Reporting for the public safety is required for ethical journalism.
(8) Reporting for the safety of the public (not audience) is necessary for ethical journalism.
(15)reporting for the safety of the audience and not the public is sufficient for ethical journalism
9. Reporting for the safety of the audience and not the public is not necessary for ethical journalism.
10) ethical journalism is possible without any at all reporting for the safety of the audience and not the public.
16. Reporting for the safety of journalism is not sufficient to have ethical journalism.
17. Ethical journalism is possible without any connection to reporting for the safety of the audienbcice and not the public

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Reporting for the safety of the audience and not the public is not necessary for ethical journalism.

Eliot and Ozar
1) Reporting for the safety of the public (not audience) is required for ethical journalism
– difference between the public and audience needs to be established, and it must be discussed why publishing is for the public and not the audience
– more than just the safety function of journalism needs to be discussed for ethical journalism
– what ethical journalism is (Eliot and Ozar’s definition) needs to be discussed
– X = publishing for the safety of the public (not audience)
– Y = ethical journalism
(4)Reporting for the public safety is required for ethical journalism.
(8) Reporting for the safety of the public (not audience) is necessary for ethical journalism.
(15)reporting for the safety of the audience and not the public is sufficient for ethical journalism
9. Reporting for the safety of the audience and not the public is not necessary for ethical journalism.
10) ethical journalism is possible without any at all reporting for the safety of the audience and not the public.
16. Reporting for the safety of journalism is not sufficient to have ethical journalism.
17. Ethical journalism is possible without any connection to reporting for the safety of the audienbcice and not the public

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Should the internet be treated like radio and television or like books, magazines and newspapers?

After reading Chapter 18 in the textbook, answer the last question asked by the author, “Can the FCC regulate the internet?” Radio and television are regulated in the US far more than print media, which has been given the highest level of 1st Amendment protection. For instance, Howard Stern was fined over and over again by the FCC for language he used on radio, but he could use that same language all he wants if he writes a book and not be fined at all. Now consider the internet. Should the internet be treated like radio and television or like books, magazines and newspapers? In this discussion, answer not only “Can the FCC regulate the internet?” but also “Should the FCC regulate the internet?” Think deeply about all we have learned this semester so far about free speech and the 1st Amendment and the application of free speech principlbcies to different forms of media.

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Should the internet be treated like radio and television or like books, magazines and newspapers?

After reading Chapter 18 in the textbook, answer the last question asked by the author, “Can the FCC regulate the internet?” Radio and television are regulated in the US far more than print media, which has been given the highest level of 1st Amendment protection. For instance, Howard Stern was fined over and over again by the FCC for language he used on radio, but he could use that same language all he wants if he writes a book and not be fined at all. Now consider the internet. Should the internet be treated like radio and television or like books, magazines and newspapers? In this discussion, answer not only “Can the FCC regulate the internet?” but also “Should the FCC regulate the internet?” Think deeply about all we have learned this semester so far about free speech and the 1st Amendment and the application of free speech principlbcies to different forms of media.

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Opinion piece/article.

Opinion piece/article. I support that Search Funds and their operator, young entrepreneurs, can be a great career for MBAs and help maintain and revitalize Small- and medium-sized businesses/enterprises worldwide.
I include some materiabcils to support the arguments.

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Find one advertisement (print, radio, television, internet – any media source) that you believe is false, misleading or deceptive.

Instructions: Answer this assignment fully and carefully. You must cite at least one legal case or fact from the textbook (including page number) in your legal response and one ethical code (indicate which code you are citing and include the section) in your ethical response. Response should be one page or less.
Find one advertisement (print, radio, television, internet – any media source) that you believe is false, misleading or deceptive. Discuss whether your advertisement is entitled to First Amendment protection. Please attach your advertisement, or a description of your advertisement (if you heard it on the radio) to your response. If you were in the Advertising Acceptability Department of the media outlet that ran the ad, would you have accepted this ad? Explabciin why or why not.

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This module: week you have read about the talmudic legal tradition, a unique legal system that has existed for thousands of years.

Research Essay: Talmudic Legal Tradition Assignment Instructions
Overview
For this assignment, we analyze the second major legal tradition that developed, the Talmudic legal tradition. The Talmud is the major source of this tradition and has been maintained for thousands of years. Often referred to as the Jewish legal tradition, this tradition has influenced countless other traditions throughout the world. This assignment hones your research and writing and sharpens your analytical skills by requiring you to identify historical aspects of the Talmudic legal tradition, while also deducing how the history has shaped the present in the United States.
Instructions
This Module: Week you have read about the Talmudic legal tradition, a unique legal system that has existed for thousands of years. For this first essay, answer the following 3 questions:
– Is this legal tradition a religious legal system?
– How has this legal tradition allowed the Jewish people to maintain their identity?
– Has this legal tradition influenced the legal system of the United States?
Your essay must be 5–6 pages in current Bluebook format and contain at least 5 scholarly sources in addition to/other than the course textbook (Legal Tradition of the World; 5th, 2014, by Glenn, Patrick) and the Bible. Wikipedia does not count as a scholarly source. Include headings for clear organization. Cover Pages will not count toward the page total, and your citations should be in-text citations (not footnotes, endnotes, reference pages, etc.).
Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.
“The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rathbcier in a lack of will.”

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List at least two things (related to the course) that you learned from other students in this discussion.

Uploaded documents will give you insights. The majority of the course was how to write a fallacy argument and discover one. Look at my notes in red under he bullets to answer the questions as best as possible.
In your original post, answer the following:
Identify and explain one of the concepts or terms presented in the required readings from your textbook during weeks one and two. Feel free to explain why you chose it.
Summarize one discussion from weeks three or four. How did the discussion relate to what was being learned in the required readings? List at least two things (related to the course) that you learned from other students in this discussion. Feel free to share what you found most interesting and/or beneficial.
In the outside research you did for this class, list one resource and briefly summarize the information from the resource. Feel free to explain what you learned from this resource and how you used it in the class. Was it used to support your ideas, or was it used to learn more about an opposing idea?
You may also share how your approach to argumentation has changbcied or improved this term.