Topic (IELTS Writing task2): Present a written argument or case to an educated reader with no specialist knowledge of the following topic (at least 250 words): Whoever controls the media also controls opinions and attitudes of the people and there is little that can be done to rectify this. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
My essay:
Numberous means of media are created in order to make human life become more convenient and interesting. Some people suppose that individuals who use the media, should master theirselves about other point of views as well as surrounding attitudes. To a certain extent, I agree with this opinion. Hoever, whether ther are any drawbacks when we do this?
First of all, we are living in a free-press society, so there are a range of information around us, such as: on television, on the Internet, or in magazines, newspaper, and so on,…As a result, a abundant of different thoughts, also what it entails, appears widely. At this time, as an media user, you have to know how to select true stories, official sources in order to believe in, and then show your attitude. In addition, sensationalistic news may make you spanic if you do not find out what the truth is. Thereby, those reports would spread pervasively and affect negatively on a large number of users. Therefore, every person need to practice choosing suitable sources, which entails the right attitudes.
On the other hand, because of the obiquitous news, it seems quite difficult for individuals realize the true one. Furthermore, tabloids with atractive headlines about celebrities may easily have publicity. By this way, man or human, who effortlessly trusts that these news are true, will have some biased thoughts and one-side views. For instance, the bankruptcy in business of a company is reported as a failure of entire economy of a particular country. This will influence on thoughts of many people and lead to another problems.
In conclusion, media is developing day by day. Therefore, we should learn how to adapt and become smart users in our society.

Numberous means of media are created in order to make human life (That makes no sense. ) become more convenient and interesting. Some people suppose that individuals who use the media, should master (wrong word) theirselves about other point of views as well as surrounding attitudes. To a certain extent, I agree with this opinion. Hoever, whether ther are any drawbacks when we do this?
(This is not an advantages/ disadvantages type of essay. Off-topic. I do not think you answered this topic accurately.

Do you agree that the media controls the thinking and opinions of the public or not? Do you agree that there is nothing that can be done about this?

You did not understand the topic.

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First of all, we are living in a free-press society, so there are (wrong form) a range of information around us, such as: on television, on the Internet, or in magazines, newspaper, (wrong form) and so on,A (Do not use ellipses - ... - or "etc." or phrases such as "and so on" in formal writing.) As a result, a (wrong word) abundant (wrong word - abundant is an adjective, not a noun) of different thoughts, also what it (wrong word - the antecedent is plural.) entails, appears widely. At this time, as an media user, you have to know how (Off topic.) to select true stories, official sources in order to believe in, and then show your attitude. In addition, sensationalistic news may make you spanic if you do not find out what the truth is. Thereby, those reports would spread pervasively and affect negatively on (wrong expression - negatively affect many people) a large number of users. Therefore, every person need (wrong form) to practice choosing suitable sources, which entails the right attitudes.
On the other hand, because of the obiquitous (wrong word) news, it seems quite difficult for individuals realize the true one. Furthermore, tabloids with atractive headlines about celebrities may easily have publicity. By this way, man or human, who effortlessly trusts that these news are true, will have some biased thoughts and one-side (wrong form) views. For instance, the bankruptcy in business of a company is reported as a failure of the entire economy of a particular country. This will influence on the thoughts of many people and lead to another problems.
In conclusion, media is developing day by day. Therefore, we should learn how to adapt and become smart users in our society. (Off-topic. The topic is what can be done to avoid the media's influence on society, not what an individual must do.)

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Topic: Whoever controls the media also controls opinions and attitudes of the people and there is little that can be done to rectify this. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Who controls the media?

1. Think about the government and propaganda. When the government censors the Internet content, and controls all the newspapers and radio and television stations, do the citizens know the truth?

2. What about the owner of major sources of social media? For example, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg? He can set the rules about what people can post. He can ban certain people from the platform if they write lies. Twitter is the same way.

3. What if large corporations own the newspapers? Can they control any editorial comments opposed to big businesses?

4. What about extremist media outlets, who report fake news as truth?