comes, and it also dictates how we respond to it. In delivering news as vaudeville, television causes other media to follow suit, so that all information begins to resemble television.I believe this is plagiarism as well even though text was put into the authors words it severely resembled the original passageExample 6:According to media critic Neil Postman, television now determines the way in which news is delivered and received, with the result that all news media have increasingly come to emphasize entertainment over depth and substance.I think this is not plagiarized as the author was mentioned and the passage itself was recited in the author’s own words. Question 2
I remembered that I found this interesting when my middle school English teacher was talking about the citations and plagiarizing she has mentioned that we don’t have to cite historical overviews if the same information is found in multiple articles and if we provide that information in our own words but if that information was only found in one article and we summarized it we then had to cite the source of where the article was found.
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Marshall McLuhan, Ghostwriter, Neil Postman, Media ecology, Television Studies