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The media and how if affects candidates.

Title: The media and how if affects candidates.
Category: /Social Sciences/Communication Studies
Details: Words: 446 | Pages: 2 (approximately 235 words/page)
The media and how if affects candidates.
The media is usually the biggest source of information when elections come around, but it has the ability to shape the way we view the candidates. This is why we should acquire certain views prior to hearing name slandering, or virtue giving media coverage. A voter should in fact have an all around knowledge of all the good and improvement the candidate could bring to his/her community. All that this candidate promises he/she …showed first 75 words of 446 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 446 total…from. It could also be a God-sent to a candidate that has just learned of some incriminating evidence against his competitor. It sounds wrong, but that's just how the game is played. Mass media has been a good way to focus attention on the certain aspects of candidates campaigns as a whole ,which drawls in more voters an other financial interests, and depending on the candidates reputation it can either make or break a person.

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