media week 2

media week 2 - internet has more than gossip and bad news...

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Title Internet Information and Online Concepts
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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: yes The Drudge Report: no The Hill: yes The Huffington Post: yes The Nation: yes The New York Times: yes The Washington Post: yes Assessment B: Writing the Speech Speech Introductory Paragraph The impact the internet has on politics is politicians can't ignore the internet. They must keep up with what is out there  at all times. Since the internet spreads the information fast, politicians must stay in the know so they can react fast. The 
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Unformatted text preview: internet has more than gossip and bad news about politics. The information people put on the internet affects how people view the politicians and politics. If something bad is sad on the internet about a politician people tend to believe. Like people say you can't always believe what you read. Assessment A, Part 2: Answer the Senator about Credibility Comment on credibility issues pertaining to using information from Internet sources. I think depending on the history of the site and where they get the information if it should be creditable....
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course MATH 320 taught by Professor Basta during the Spring '08 term at Herzing.

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