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Journalism & Communication Book Report/Review

Leading Change in Business and Government
The need for change develops a sense of urgency amongst employees who quickly spread the word around in an attempt to minimize the risk to the company from continuing existing inefficient/faulty processes. The problem is that more than 50% of the companies fail to acknowledge the urgency for change.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Disease Control Priorities in Developed Countries
The temporal elements of the disease were also noted so as to determine the exact time that the disease erupted and whether there were any significant events surrounding the onset of the illness. The illnesses were found to have begun after the erection of the gas company.Samples from various wastes from the gas company were taken so as to ascertain their linkages with the illness. This was undertaken so as to establish whether there were any contaminants that might lead to pathology analogous
Pages: 2 (500 words), Book Report/Review
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Media Culture and Society
It relies on its addressees’ competence in interpretation. Communicative speech rationality is different logically to rationalities of strategy, function, domination, power or exclusion. Linguistic medium is dominant in rational coordination of society. Communicative action, at its core, has a set of validity claims that are redeeming. In a grammatical language that is fully developed, it is possible to distinguish 3 phenomenological fields of experience organizing referential semantic
Pages: 2 (500 words), Book Report/Review
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Media Convergence Worksheet
This may also point out to the development of business concepts like vertical integration and horizontal integration that requires the convergence of technologies to effectuate. Businesses need to integrate vertically or horizontally to administer resources and increase profit. The role of media convergence in this measure is in the process of speeding up the integration of the participants in the supply chain. For example, companies from different industries may merge and formulate business
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Book Report/Review
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Media Convergence and Business
With the convergence, there is an over-supply of advertisements and this makes the customers not pay attention to most of them for simple lack of time. The only advertisements that generate revenue with the convergence are those that are deemed as attractive, relevant and take very little airtime in play.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Book reviews
The author underpins that when children observe domestic violence between their parents, they unable to help, and worthless in their own homes. Additionally, individuals at professional level also face hurdles context of violence or discrimination and this book provides approaches of tackling violent and aggressive situations at work places (De Becker).Concisely, it can be understood that the author indicates some of the common violent behaviors and situations of our society and methods of
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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The Shallows What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains
This is the point from which the humans start getting into trouble.In my opinion, even if it is true that the internet is changing the human’s brain, Carr’s views are farfetched and outdated. The brain is changed by everything that runs into it. However, Car completely ignore the positive impacts that the internet and related technologies, upon the brain. Furthermore, there is some evidence that video games cause significant improvements in the brain’s capacity including the sustained
Pages: 3 (750 words), Book Report/Review
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The Internationalization of Television in China
It has a lot of information about how television has changed since China’s reform. Junhao Hong has well achieved his goal of illustrating how television has changed over the past twenty years. He touches on factors that lead to the change in media such as policies of the government, advancement of the society both in technology and economy. The book suggests to a reader that television in China is so complicated and powerful means of communication.Though the book has a lot of information
Pages: 3 (750 words), Book Report/Review
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The Problem with Music
As a young person who has watched more than my fair share of VH1’s Behind the Music, I can say that the article in question did not bring up any new material within my mind. The practice of taking advantage of the naiveté and youth of the talented individuals that drive the industry is an old tactic.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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The Tipping Point How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference
Within this particular understanding of the way in which ideas are shared and ultimately take shape and define themselves within a society, the author points to the understanding that before any form of widespread popularity or even uniformity can be achieved, the law of the few indicates that the idea or habit must first be evidenced within the behavior, thought process or actions of a select group of individuals; “the few”. By endorsing and advocating this idea, these “few”
Pages: 3 (750 words), Book Report/Review
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Story of Success by Malcolm Galdwell
One of the reasons Galdwell’s book became a best seller, apart from relating to the basic ambition of success that most people have, was because the book explained the complex phenomena of success. Galdwell, at one point, in his book brings forth the question that how much raw talent is being ignored.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Trust Agent
The “Six Characteristics of a Trust Agent” elucidated by them are significant. They emphasize the perceptions to implement their ideas for success. “Build an army” is the key component for success in the segment of community building. It is like creating a single window operations facility, as opportunities for collaboration from a number of resources is created. The wise saying goes ‘two heads are better than one.’ When a group of like-minded people join together to secure common
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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Hugh Kenners Eliot Observing
Elliot tries to relate his poems to those of the Yeats, written during the period of industrial revolution. She elaborates on how her writings have been engrossed by the trending concepts and its construing factors this was in contrast with the Yeats whose writings were never influenced by emerging trends.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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Strength in What Remains by John Tracy Kidder
The first idea that pops up in one’s mind after reading the story is the struggle for survival and the display of great mental strength. It’s not only a story to survive the tremendous odds in life, in terms of life’s experiences but also the story of surviving the torturing memories and nightmares. To imagine oneself in Deo’s shoes is impossible.The question here that arises is how to survive such tremendous pain? Deo may have overcome such trauma by himself but there are thousands
Pages: 3 (750 words), Book Report/Review
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Great Communication Secrets of Great Leaders

In the past, autocratic leadership was the way to go and Kings were considered the legitimate leaders in the societies. The general public was almost convinced that they deserved to be treated badly by the rulers. The leadership thrived on the basis of social inequality at that times.

Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Media and Its Impact on Our Lives
Advertisements, movies and 24-hour news channels have influenced us to the point where we see ourselves as the center of all attention. A good example given in the book is the state of marriage. Nowadays people are more worried about wedding cakes rather than the basic fundamentals and relevance of marriage.
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Book Report/Review
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Japanese Views on Gender Roles
Western culture such as that in Canada does not view heels and length of dress as indication of one’s sense of responsibility so long as the attire and shoes are not over the top trashy and derogatory.A key aspect of day to day interactions involves the use of gestures and other non verbal communications. There are some forms of gestures and non verbal communications that are universally shared. An example of this is the use of a smile to express delight, which in almost every known culture
Pages: 3 (750 words), Book Report/Review
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Media Reform Coalition
Brevini and Schlosberg looked at philosophy and action in relation to media reforms by providing a summary of media reform coalition, their challenges, and their actions. They provided a theorization and defined the main media policy within which he provides a theoretical framework for all media systems.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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Dispatches from the Edge book review
Cooper lost his father when he was 10 years of age, and his brother committed suicide at the young age of twenty-three. The devastations that he suffered turned him reckless in his attitudes and disposition. This is not to say that he harmed others, but he took the blame on himself and had problems in challenging life. As a correspondent, he covered some of the worst calamities like Tsunami, the Iraq War, the suffering of the people with Hurricane Katrina and starvation deaths in Niger etc.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Book Report/Review
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Book Analysis
The author’s choice of title proves to be very effective because the entire book focuses on how different countries in east central Europe did away with communism (Garton 16). This places emphasis on the use of the magic lantern in the title as a metaphor for the termination of communism. The book has seven chapters, each dedicated to events in a certain country or a certain period in history. The language used by the author reveals that he was against the communist era that had remained
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Book Report/Review
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