Yellow Journalism: The Cause of Many Wars
429 views | +0 today
Follow
Yellow Journalism: The Cause of Many Wars
journalist who over exagerate
Curated by JaRaza Dawn
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by JaRaza Dawn
Scoop.it!

The Yellow Journalism Wars (website#3)

The Yellow Journalism Wars (website#3) | Yellow Journalism: The Cause of Many Wars | Scoop.it

Journalist Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst were in competition to get people to buy and read their news papers. They made outrageous headlines too attract readers

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JaRaza Dawn
Scoop.it!

Yellow Journalism (website #2)

Yellow Journalism (website #2) | Yellow Journalism: The Cause of Many Wars | Scoop.it


In this document  yellow journalism is described and talked about how it came to be, where the name came from and what it is exactally. The Yellow Kid is a chartoon character which is where yellow journalism picked up its name. Joseph Pultizer and William Hearst both wanted to use this character for their company.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JaRaza Dawn
Scoop.it!

Yellow journalism still beats today (today #2)

Yellow journalism still beats today (today #2) | Yellow Journalism: The Cause of Many Wars | Scoop.it

Yellow Journalism is not the full truth about things, Such as in the media you should look at the facts that they present and look them up to make sure they are accurate facts. Most facts presented are opinions that the aurthor has just made as a "fact" of his own thinking.

 

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JaRaza Dawn
Scoop.it!

Spanish Ships On Our Coast (primary doc #2)

Spanish Ships On Our Coast (primary doc #2) | Yellow Journalism: The Cause of Many Wars | Scoop.it

There were claims that ships were seen on the coast. This Article was printed and gave out too many people, when they saw this they started to panic. As far as the human eye can see they would not have been able too see ships out on the coast because it is too far to see.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JaRaza Dawn
Scoop.it!

Who Destroyed The Maine? (primary doc #1)

Who Destroyed The Maine? (primary doc #1) | Yellow Journalism: The Cause of Many Wars | Scoop.it

The Battleship "Maine" was destroyed while it was sitting in the Havanna Harbor. Tow officers were killed and 250 enlisted men. Total death toll came out to be 266. A large reward was put into this article to get someone to say who blew the ship up. 50,000 dollars for you to snitch on someone was not going to be given to one person

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JaRaza Dawn
Scoop.it!

Yellow Journalism Paragraphs

Yellow Journalism Paragraphs | Yellow Journalism: The Cause of Many Wars | Scoop.it

During the late 1800’s Yellow Journalism became popular for the two publishers Joseph Pultizer and William Hearst, because both wanted more people to buy their newspaper so the made outrageous headlines to catch people’s attention. First off the journalism wars were started because the want of each publisher to get more people to buy their newspaper instead of the other so the headlines were created and the papers were sold. Second Joseph Pultizer was the publisher of the new york world and the st. Louis post dispatch. Third William Hearst was also a publisher, he was the publisher of the san Francisco Examiner and the new york world. Thereafter the competition between the two may have caused the Spanish American war, because both would say thing to make people not like the Spaniards such as seeing Spanish ships on the coast. Presently Yellow Journalism is still around today. Mostly in Magazines and in News reports, they do it for the same reason Joseph, and William did they wanted more views/ buyers. Each publisher worked hard every day to make the business number one in the city of new york just for the popularity rates. Their paper was designed to sell no matter what. Yellow Journalism has a distinct format, so it can easily be recognized by many. In fact yellow journalism is just an opinion, in many cases. The competiton between the two was very fierce because the want of who is better than who in the newspaper business. First people should give credit to the makers of yellow journalism. It began when the printing press was born during the industrial revolution. Second Joseph Pulitzer’s newspaper The New York World was ranked number in new york. Next when Hearst made the new york journal competition began. Most of all it affected the people the most because they would have to decide if it was/ is the truth or not. Many times they could not tell or they just didn’t read between the lines. It can still be found not only in newspapers but also in the media, yellow journalism is all around you weather you know it or not.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JaRaza Dawn
Scoop.it!

Vocabulary

Vocabulary | Yellow Journalism: The Cause of Many Wars | Scoop.it

skeptical- not easily convinced
pseudo- not genuine
credible-able to be believed
editorializing- make comments or express opinions rather than just report the news.
blunder- a stupid or careless mistake
gilded- covered thinly with gold leaf or gold paint
slanderous- false and malicious (intending)
infotainment- broadcast material that is intended both to entertain and to inform.
tabloid- a newspaper having pages half the size of those of a standard newspaper, typically popular in style and dominated by headlines, photographs, and sensational stories.
masquerading- a false show

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JaRaza Dawn
Scoop.it!

Imperialism: Yellow Journalism (website #1)

Imperialism: Yellow Journalism (website #1) | Yellow Journalism: The Cause of Many Wars | Scoop.it

Explains what may have been one of the triggers that lead to the spanish american war, The letter written by Enrique Dupay de Lôme, spanish minister to United States denouncing President Mckinley

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JaRaza Dawn
Scoop.it!

Yellow Journalism Today (today #1)

Yellow Journalism Today (today #1) | Yellow Journalism: The Cause of Many Wars | Scoop.it

Yellow Journalism still exists today just in a different form for how it was in the Late 1800's. People may not see it as much but they sneak it into stories at many different times most of the time it targets a celebrity doing something wrong. It can easily be found in newspaper and/ or magazines through out stores. Have you ever notice that lots of magazines are put by the check out line? They have headlines that will catch you attention you will look at the magazine and end up buying it.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by JaRaza Dawn
Scoop.it!

Both Houses Warn M'Kinley (primary doc #3)

Both Houses Warn M'Kinley (primary doc #3) | Yellow Journalism: The Cause of Many Wars | Scoop.it

This Article was published when the letter wrote to m'kinley was taken and put into the news. It was a letter from the spanish govener telling the president that he was weak. Someone got a hold of the letter and put it into the news. People waited to see what the president would do, how he would respond to the letter.

more...
No comment yet.