Credibility_and_Impact week 2

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Unformatted text preview: Title Credibility and Impact Assessment A, Part One - Credibility and Impact: Exploring the Internet and Politics Indicate whether each website is credible. Colbert Nation: no Crooks and Liars: no Daily Kos: no POLITICO: no Red, Green and Blue: no Salon: no The Drudge Report: no The Hill: yes The Huffington Post: yes The Nation: yes The New York Times: yes The Washingtion Post: yes Assessment B: Writing the Speech Speech Introductory Paragraph The internet has reshaped the political landscape. Politicians can't ignore the internet. They must keep up with what's out there. Because the internet speards information fast, politicians muststay in the know so they can react fast. The internet has more than gossip and bad news about politics. The availability of information on the internet has affected how people view politicians and politics as a whole. The internet helps to inform and it also empowers Americans. The internet lets Americans participate in politics as a whole....
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  • Spring '10
  • WESLEYJESSUP
  • Melynda Knowles, Speech Introductory Paragraph, e­mail distributin list, podcast. Information gathering, Title Credibility

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