Question 1 Pick a recent major national event that interests you Then select

Question 1 pick a recent major national event that

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changing business, readers adapt and seek out trustworthy information in new ways. Question #1: Pick a recent major national event that interests you. Then, select two papers of the six discussed in the reading and explore the differences in how those newspapers reported on the story. How does the newspaper’s audience affect the way in which a story is presented? In the beginning, it was difficult to find a topic that at least two of the papers shared; because of their purpose audience-wise. I researched the topic of a cure for HIV between The New York Times and USA
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Today . In The New York Times , the article has more information about the background that the disease has been a cure with real life "experiments" with humans, but also states that the cure may have complications if post treatment isn't taken care of. On the contrary, USA Today speaks of the cure being experimented on mice, but questions if it'll work with humans. There wasn't much information to be read; everything was basically summarized with no details. The only thing that both papers had in common was that the articles spoke on the effect of not taking the drugs that stops HIV from coming back.
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