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Katy Dixon – Intro writer and PowerPoint designer.
Kelly Marie Farnsworth – Presenter and conclusion writer.
Fiona Megarrell – Presenter and conclusion writer.
To be added – photo of group.
Introduction National daily papers chosen: The Times, The Sun, The Mirror, The Daily Mail, The Independent and The Daily Express. Both Broadsheets and Tabloids. Various readership groups.
National readership survey October 2009 – September 2010 www.nrs.co.uk, 2010
Introduction continued Each member of the group bought 10 specific papers in November. To reduce the information down we picked six environmental based topics; Conservation, Poaching, Medical Research, Energy Sources, Natural Disasters and Climate Change.
Graph oNE – FREQUENCY PART 1 Graph to show the frequency of our chosen six topics in The Daily Mail, The Independent and The Times
Graph two – frequency part 2 Graph to show the frequency of our chosen six topics in The Express, The Sun and The Mirror
Graph Three – Word Count Graph to show the average length of each media example for both Conservation and Medical Research in our chosen newspapers.
Graph four – conservation PROMINENCE Graph to show the prominence of Conservation examples within our chosen newspapers
gRAPH Five– medical RESEARCH prominence Graph to show the prominence of Medical Research examples within our chosen newspapers
conclusion Broadsheets covered our environmental topics in more depth. Broadsheets and their audiences more interested in world welfare. Tabloids focus more on entertainment. Environmental examples in tabloids are more implicit. More research to be conducted…..