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Maths Statistical Coursework
- Essay length: 3353 words
- Submitted: 01/06/2009
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Maths statistical coursework
In this project, I am going to outline two hypothesise that will differentiate between three newspapers, in terms of their content and style. In order to complete this task sufficiently, I have chosen three different types of newspaper; a broadsheet (The Independent), a tabloid (Daily Star) and another tabloid, but a slightly more expensive one (Daily Mail). The differences between the tabloids in terms of content and style will also be interesting to note. The overall hypothesis, that will be summarised at the end is that the content and style of a newspaper compliment each other in a way that attracts a specific audience to read their newspaper.
The first hypothesis is: The Independent will have more politics and global issues with less celebrity news than both the Daily Mail and the Daily Star.
This will allow me to deduce whether the content of the newspapers are drastically different, in that if this hypothesis proves true, I would then form a link between this and the style of the content.
Method of data collection
However, the way in which I will collect this data is to
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