anonymous
  • anonymous
Please help me!! Compare your local paper and alternative weekly news paper. Choose different sections such as front page, editions and classified ads. How are they similar, how are they different? Which one if any, speaks to you and why?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Alternative papers would be something like New York Times magazine. You might notice inside NYT, they write about national issues, and focus less on the state/city you may be in, if you live in the US. Also, you might notice that the general content is way different as well. For example, any classifieds in a local magazine might be for your local shops, while New York Times mag might be for another shop. Since I don't have a local copy of your newspaper, I cannot compare the papers for you. You might want to do this yourself. Check out both papers and maybe make a diagram or scatter plot with the data, so you can see it in plain view. I'm sorry I couldn't help more, hope this gets you started!
anonymous
  • anonymous
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