Ow dp you account for the predominant ways in which the mainstream media covers war?

This is a simple construction of my essay. And also, Please check the attachment file, the essay is my previous work as my other submittion. It will be useful when you proceed this work. I would like to request that you complete this work with using the style and language of my previous work, because I am not a native student.





A few key points on this essay would include:

the Chomsky five filter model

the use of case studies perhaps CNN, Fox News, the BBC

a recognition that all media is biased in some way

a discussion of the potential links between militarisation/militarism and the media

a strong conclusion highlighting the ways in which the media could be argued to have been militarised (ie embedded journalists in Iraq etc).



I need definitely over 60 marks as a Master degree. Normal Chargeis enough for it? Furthermore, I will ask you new offer very soon!

At least 15 references are necessary for my essay. The ideal number of references is between 15~25, so if you have any other references, I wont care you use them as references requirements.





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