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I believe that through media societys viewpoints are swayed easily without critically thinking about the issues In this paper I would like to focus on how the media has affected and will affect the people who are voting or are thinking about voting in the 2000 Presidential Election The three main types of media I would like to focus on are television radio and the newspaperFirst I would like to give a short explanation of the three types of media I chose For television I chose to use MTV and CNN MTV uses the campaign Choose or Loose which focuses on younger voters MTV tends to stress topics that are more important to younger viewers such as pollution or abortion MTV doesnt choose a side in the election but tries to give the two major parties equal airtime Very seldom is a third party shown but still Choose of Loose helps to mobilize younger voters I believe that MTVs Choose or Loose campaign is a great tool for younger voters to become informed There are many other shows on television about the elections but I think they are geared toward the older working class Major networks tend to show the speeches of candidates and dissect budget programs which is more important to the employed Also some of these networks tend to promote one candidate An example of this is CNN which seems to have mostly Republican talk shows These shows stress the good things about the Republicans and try to discount the Democratic Party Also I chose the radio show Mancows Morning Madhouse to help demonstrate the ways media influences people In the show the host Mancow tries very hard to urge people to vote His show has some of the highest ratings in the country and reaches many people The last form of media I chose to use was The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Many Journal Sentinel articles tend to cover the good in the
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