4 LNG113 Questions for Newa article analysis W13

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Questions to consider when analyzing an article: Does the article inform the reader objectively about the issue, persuade the reader to have a particular point of view on this issue, or impose a certain point of view on this issue? Some Helping Questions to Consider: Headline Does the headline give information about the story, or does the headline attract the reader’s attention (look at: meaning of words, length of words, order of words, loaded/charged words, font size, subheadings)? Does the headline create excitement, sensationalism, or any other feelings? Does it express prejudice, sexism, discrimination? Does it have an approving slant or condemning slant? Source Where does this news report come from? Who wrote this article? What news source does it come from (newspaper, news agency, or country)? News Value What is the news value of this report (sensationalism, entertaining, neutral)?
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  • Fall '13
  • Writer, e.g., Connotation, news value

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