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I am going to carry out an investigation about two newspapers to see the difference between them. The two newspaper I am going to investigate are called The Times which is a broadsheet and The Mirror which is a quality tabloid.

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Media - Newspaper I am going to carry out an investigation about two newspapers to see the difference between them. The two newspaper I am going to investigate are called The Times which is a broadsheet and The Mirror which is a quality tabloid. Before I start my investigation, I will first of all plan what I'm going to investigate. My plan is to compare the banner headlines, stories, adverts, words, languages, headlines, tones, details etc. Now I will start with the banner headlines. There is a lot of banner headlines in The Times but they are less than The Mirror's banner headlines. The Times' banner headlines are bigger than The Mirror's banner headlines and they tell what type of stories they have written in the newspapers. ...read more.

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The Times' headline was printed in one of the computer writings, covered one-twelfth of its front page and it is smaller than The Mirror's headline which is written in one of the computer writings, blocked in capital letter and covered one-third of its front page. The tones of The Times' newspaper are very boring and it is emotional and they are always objective in their arguments while The Mirror's tones are very emotional, it is politically based and they are arguments are usually subjective. In The Times, the details of its newspaper is a large newspaper that fold in half. They tend to have a more serious tone, and is separated into different sections which contain different styles of articles. ...read more.

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The Times has more words than The Mirror because The Times' font are smaller than The Mirror's font and its pictures. The reasons why The Times has more words than The Mirror because The Times is a large and big newspaper, the writing are small is and they have less pictures than The Mirror. The language they used in The Times were smart words and they are not everyday words as The Mirror's language. The people who were likely to read The Times have to be well-educated/ intelligent person while anybody can read The Mirror because they don't use wide vocabulary as The Times. The Times and The Mirror used biased and emotional language to either make you feel sorry/happy, like/dislike the person or the place they are writing about. Finally, The Times is more objective in their news than The Mirror. English Coursework 4 Isaac Okeya ...read more.

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