Newspapers Essay Topics

Newspapers -How have newspaper changed overtime?

Newspapers have changed so much overtime. It’s changed in so many different ways. Many of them are obvious such as use of colour, text size etc. The first printed newspaper was published in 1605; the World Association of Newspapers recognizes Johann Carolus’s ‘Relation aller Fi?? rnemmen und gedenckwi?? rdigen Historie’, published in 1605, as the… View Article

Max Mosley v News Group Newspapers Ltd

On 24th July, 2008, the High Court of Justice, Queen’s Bench division has held that the camouflage recording of sexual relationship on private place was a contravention of privacy. This case has framed a two-phase litmus test for “abuse of private information. ’ o Whether there is any reasonable anticipation of privacy in the disclosed… View Article

Today’s “Alternative” Newspapers

Two fundamental cultural currents swept through America in the latter half of the Twentieth Century. In the mid-1950’s the Beat Generation began flourish primarily cour-tesy of the “hip” authors of the time: Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg and William S. Bur-roughs. Within a short decade the second wave, arguably built on the first, known as “hippies”… View Article

The Internet: Threat to Newspapers

The newspaper has been an integral part of the lives of people over the past few decades stretching as far back as 1605, not to mention that it has also been one of the many social elements which have contributed largely to the sharpening of the awareness of the public. Much of the purpose of… View Article

Do the Press Have Too Much Freedom

Freedom of expression has always been emphasized as an essential basis for the democratic functioning of a society. The reasons for this are: the right of an individual to self-fulfillment, which right requires the communication of thought and an attempt which is frustrated if information is suppressed or comment blocked. For this we need press… View Article