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  1. 1. Toronto, Canada
  2. 2. San Diego, California
  3. 3. Lewiston, Idaho
  4. 4. What are some of the words/phrases used in the headlines? “Rot” “Killed” “Take Out” How do headlines from different regions in the United States differ? Toronto seems to have the most emotion. San Diego is very matter of fact. Idaho is patriotic. What text/images were used (if any) to help enhance the headline? Images of Bin Laden, People holding US flags and celebrating. Large fonts. Contrasting color text compared to image. Were there close-ups? Of what? CU of Bin Laden. Why were there close-ups—Newspapers wanted to make sure viewer knew who Bin Laden was. Make a list of the words that "feel" emotional to you. “Rot in Hell” Compare the images from the three papers. I thought the entire front page for Toronto seemed very angry. Considering there is a Marine Base near San Diego, I was surprised at the image of Bin Laden. I expected it to look more sinister. Instead, the photo almost looks soft and like a portrait. The word, “Killed” is a sharp contrast to the image. From whose point of view are the headlines and images presented. Probably from the point of view of someone who does not like Bin Laden Toronto Canada San Diego, California Lewiston, Idaho

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