Media censorship essay examples

Contest Essays for January - 2012

  1. Lokpal Bill fiasco - Govind Prakash
  2. Has Anna's agitation lost steam? - saurabh shubham
  3. Censorship on networking websites - Henna Jain
  4. The Truth vs Hype of FDI - Rishav Jha
  5. The Truth vs Hype of FDI - Vyom Bindal
Contest Essays for December - 2011
  1. Are scientific inventions making us happier - kriteesh parashar
  2. Are scientific inventions making us happier - swasti raizada
  3. Sharad Pawar Slapped: is it the right way for showing discontent? - Ikram singh Harika
  4. Sharad Pawar Slapped: is it the right way for showing discontent? - Pranay Chaturvedi
  5. Has corruption haunted india's growth ? - Shruti Roy
  6. Has corruption haunted india's growth ? - Mudasir Husssain
  7. Has corruption haunted india's growth ? - Sonali Dinkar
  8. Has corruption haunted india's growth ? - Ikram singh Harika
  9. Has corruption haunted india's growth ? - Ranjana

Austin Ramzy, a China reporter for the  New York Times , relocated to Taiwan in early 2014 after  failing to receive  his accreditation and visa.  New York Times  reporter Chris Buckley was reported to have been expelled in early January 2013— an incident  China’s foreign ministry said was a visa application suspension due to improper credentials. China observers were also notably shaken by  the 2013 suspension  of Bloomberg’s former China correspondent, Michael Forsythe, after Bloomberg journalists accused the news agency of withholding investigative articles for fear of reprisal from Chinese authorities.

Of course, China is far more than the sum of its propaganda, and many there recognize that domestic news is often one-sided. Though limited by tight censorship, more nuanced discussion does occur on the Internet. “I’ve heard that Western media likes to report China’s negative aspects. Is that true?” asked one July 2010 post on a Baidu question-and-answer forum. “It’s true that Western media likes to report on China’s negative aspects,” went the most up-voted response, “but they also like to report on the negative aspects of their own countries….When it comes to reporting on the world’s follies, most Western outlets do so without regard to country or region.”

Media censorship essay examples

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