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trestle64
Can you please tell me how yellow journalism affected the United States at the turn of the 20th century? Does yellow journalism still exist? And if possible please give examples. Please don't give me smart remarks like do your own homework because this is a part of doing my own homework. Thanks.
dcho
fox news
dukenukem
I like brown journalism better. Because brown is just better.
bankE46
QUOTE(dukenukem @ Sep 10 2010, 11:19 AM) *
I like brown journalism better. Because brown is just better.


But they always talk in crazy gibberish followed by spontaneous, non-sensical dance routines. What gives?
dukenukem
QUOTE(bankE46 @ Sep 10 2010, 11:02 AM) *
But they always talk in crazy gibberish followed by spontaneous, non-sensical dance routines. What gives?

Don't hate because white man can't dance.
MustangAficionado
QUOTE(trestle64 @ Sep 10 2010, 03:50 AM) *
Can you please tell me how yellow journalism affected the United States at the turn of the 20th century? Does yellow journalism still exist? And if possible please give examples. Please don't give me smart remarks like do your own homework because this is a part of doing my own homework. Thanks.

I would mention Teddy Roosevelt, Spanish-American war, and San Juan Hill, but I'd much rather you provide us with an unrelated link following a canned yet insightful response.
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bankE46
I like how everyone is giving answers to this obvious spam. Why would someone create an account on an automotive message board to ask questions about chemistry, journalism, etc.?
Razor
QUOTE(bankE46 @ Sep 10 2010, 03:58 PM) *
I like how everyone is giving answers to this obvious spam. Why would someone create an account on an automotive message board to ask questions about chemistry, journalism, etc.?


I wonder this every time.
bankE46
Time to derail this thread with a ridiculous video:

MustangAficionado
^ I learned a lot
Vadvagool
There were a bunch of Asians in my school's journalism class...
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