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January 8th, 2011 | Comm203, Introduction to Journalism, Kevin McCarthy | Tagged Kevin McCarthy
Because of the fact that a written text on the inrentet or in a newspaper is a product of another persons thoughts and ideas and because of the inner narcissist that is hidden in all of us we want other people to comment on or debate over or at least just read our products. I think it will be extremely hard to change the fact that the human being first needs the attraction and not before this has been gained it will start looking into the deeper meanind or idea in the text. It is sad if this fact leads to a decrease of the quality in journalism, however, the critic reader will fast discover how a story has been decorated with unnecessary words. So here we are again it is all about what we consume and what we choose not to consume.
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