Title: "you cannot believe a word you read in newspapers" discuss
|Date:||April 19, 2006|
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I am going to analyse the statement that ?'you cannot believe a word you read in newspapers'' and aim to produce a balanced argument.
Firstly it could be argued that tabloid newspapers or "red-tops" contain very little fact-based news; one view is that all they contain is half-naked women, celebrity gossip and sport...
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They are often seen and read as unreliable and disingenuous; they are can also be seen as nothing to take to seriously. Some people may say readers do not buy tabloid newspapers for factual information but for a quick read and also for something visually pleasing, however others completely disagree with this believing they do contain important and factual information, just in a more simple form...
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