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EXCESSES IN MEDIA

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Bryan Joseph Pauchano

on 16 July 2013

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Transcript of EXCESSES IN MEDIA

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EXCESSES
IN
MEDIA

Topic 1
SHOOTING FROM
THE HIP
Topic 2
ABUSE OF THE SOURCE-BASED
STORIES
Topic 3
RESORTING TO
POETIC LICENSE

Topic 4
IMAGINED
OR
MANUFACTURED STORIES
Topic 5
CONFLICT OF
INTEREST

Topic 7
LABELLING
Topic 6
MISQUOTATION
enchant of columnists to write something without verification
ENVELOPMETAL
JOURNALISM
topic 8
 hese are stories are fictional and mostly invented by the authors.
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1. “Jimmy’s world “, a story about an eight-year- old heroin addict. Written by Janet Cooke and published by Washington Post.

2. Story about Edwin Bayron, a male nurse in Bukidnon, who was reported to be pregnant. This story was published in June 1992 in the Daily Inquirer and picked up later by the other major dailies.


t is considered as one of the communication problems of society particularly in Mass Media. Absolutely, it is also known as “payola”. Envelopmental Journalism refers to a sum of money usually placed in an envelope given by some unscrupulous officials or persons to some equally unscrupulous media men.
he discourse of sectional paratexts
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ight or license of one writer or artist to violate patterns of rhyme, harmony, etc. Also a form of deviating the rule, conventional form, logic; or fact in order to produce a desired effect. Defined as creating other words that do not really exists.
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poetic license is a metaphoric expression. And also it is a privilege to a writer to break rules in order to make a good piece for the publication of his/her story, song, or poem.
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his is the habit of journalists to put a label or tag on persons or organizations
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hese columnists often seek refuge under the doctrine of fair comment, althoughthe intention is to malign other people.
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ccurs when an individual or organization is involved in multiple interests, one of which could possibly corrupt the motivation for an act in another.


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conflict of interest is a set of circumstances that creates a risk that professional judgement or actions regarding a primary interest will be unduly influenced by a secondary interest.
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