Final paper remediation project

Final paper remediation project - Camille Paxton Ms. Weber...

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Camille Paxton Ms. Weber ENC 1101 23 November 2009 When I chose to remediate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech given during the Civil Rights movement I was aware of the point of his words. He wanted to make a difference and be able to one day have a world where everyone could get along regardless of skin color or any other physical differences. He believed that there was no reason whites should think that they deserved something simply because they were not colored. Dr. King was speaking to an audience that was more mature and that knew of the social conflicts that he spoke of. However, the responding audience changed every time I remediated the original source. This included making the selected portion of the speech into a facebook group and also into a post card. We as a society never truly realize the controlling impact media has on our actions. The way the government presents a subject through a different media changes the audience that is gained. When Dr. Martin Luther Kings speech was transformed into a facebook group it turned into a source that
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