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About mcjblogproject

Amy Block and Aimee Caneva are students in the Mass Communication and Journalism department at California State University, Fresno.


For our last blog post, we decided to go with a video where we reflect on what we learned. We hope you enjoy it! By Amy & Aimee Advertisements

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Traditional News Knowledge

As part of an assignment for another class, I passed out 100 surveys toFresnoStatestudents. The goal of the survey was to find out how much time students spent reading the newspaper and/or watching the news on television, compared to how … Continue reading

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Aimee’s video reflection

Instead of the doing the traditional blog post, I decided it would be fun to record a video of myself reflecting on my past blog topics and discussing what I have learned from this project. Next week, Amy and I … Continue reading

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Did we really need to know that?

As I sit at my computer and browse through celebrity gossip websites trying to figure out what people know about celebrities another question popped into my head. Is there anything that people don’t know about celebrities? Information regarding just about … Continue reading

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Who is more obsessed with celebrities?

The celebrity gossip magazines that are currently in my apartment. Am I considered obsessed with celebrities? My family and I have taken several trips over the past few years. I can remember my mom always making a comment about how … Continue reading

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Foreign News…Are You Interested?

When it comes to knowledge of foreign news, I consider myself a bit abnormal. I can honestly say that I know more about foreign news then I do about local news. I know it sounds weird, but it’s true. I … Continue reading

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Political Knowledge

  It’s really not that easy to figure out exactly what people know regarding politics in theUnited Statesand around the world. If I were to take a wild guess though, I would say that people don’t know as much as … Continue reading

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