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 ?

ANSWER

With the development of advancing technology, media is an indispensable part of residents’ life, particularly in modern business. Personally, people who control the media can change opinions and attitudes of buying of customers or sometimes they can rectify, appealing to the attention of people.

Advocates of the former view that the media as advertising manipulates people through on television or the internet. Advertisers usually focus on selling a brand image by using glamorous and hiring successful people which aim to attract the customers to buy their products. Therefore, these persuade people that buying a product will make them happier and following the latest trends. Quang Hai – a successful football player in Vietnam, for instance, he introduces the new product as a viettel+ card on TV which is developed by Viettel company. As a result, this brings the belief of customers when they use the card and the company hopes that more and more people use their products.

On the other hand, whoever controls the media has ultimate control over what is published or broadcasted and what is omitted. As a consequence, they can add a certain prejudice or bias to their coverage of certain new stories depending on their feeling about the matter. For example, techniques used in yellow journalism may include exaggerations of news events, scandal-mongering or sensationalism. If news coverage is bias to make the front of page headlines about famous singers, attracted by the readers. This will be effective seriously in their career although breaking news like these can earn lots of money and gain the famous.

In conclusion, I completely agree that the media is a source of power and control. However, I suppose that the media should be controlled effectively by the government.

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ANSWER

With the development of advancing technology, media is an indispensable part of residents’ life, particularly in modern business. Personally, people who control the media can change opinions and attitudes of buying of customers or sometimes they can rectify, appealing to the attention of people.

Advocates of the former view that the media as advertising manipulates people through on television or the internet. Advertisers usually focus on selling a brand image by using glamorous and hiring successful people which aim to attract the customers to buy their products. Therefore, these persuade people that buying a product will make them happier and following the latest trends. Quang Hai – a successful football player in Vietnam, for instance, he introduces the new product as a viettel+ card on TV which is developed by Viettel company. As a result, this brings the belief of customers when they use the card and the company hopes that more and more people use their products.

On the other hand, whoever controls the media has ultimate control over what is published or broadcasted and what is omitted. As a consequence, they can add a certain prejudice or bias to their coverage of certain new stories depending on their feeling about the matter. For example, techniques used in yellow journalism may include exaggerations of news events, scandal-mongering or sensationalism. If news coverage is bias to make the front of page headlines about famous singers, attracted by the readers. This will be effective seriously in their career although breaking news like these can earn lots of money and gain the famous.

In conclusion, I completely agree that the media is a source of power and control. However, I suppose that the media should be controlled effectively by the government.

ANSWER

With the development of advancing technology, media is an indispensable part of residents’ life, particularly in modern business. Personally, people who control the media can change opinions and attitudes of buying of customers or sometimes they can rectify, appealing to the attention of people.

Advocates of the former view that the media as advertising manipulates people through on television or the internet. Advertisers usually focus on selling a brand image by using glamorous and hiring successful people which aim to attract the customers to buy their products. Therefore, these persuade people that buying a product will make them happier and following the latest trends. Quang Hai – a successful football player in Vietnam, for instance, he introduces the new product as a viettel+ card on TV which is developed by Viettel company. As a result, this brings the belief of customers when they use the card and the company hopes that more and more people use their products.

On the other hand, whoever controls the media has ultimate control over what is published or broadcasted and what is omitted. As a consequence, they can add a certain prejudice or bias to their coverage of certain new stories depending on their feeling about the matter. For example, techniques used in yellow journalism may include exaggerations of news events, scandal-mongering or sensationalism. If news coverage is bias to make the front of page headlines about famous singers, attracted by the readers. This will be effective seriously in their career although breaking news like these can earn lots of money and gain the famous.

In conclusion, I completely agree that the media is a source of power and control. However, I suppose that the media should be controlled effectively by the government.

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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?

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With the development of advancing technology, media is an indispensable part of residents’ life, particularly in modern business. (That does not make any sense, logically. Please write your ideas clearly. "Development of advancing technology" does not make sense. High-tech businesses are concerned with the development of new products, which involve microprocessors and algorithms.) Personally, (missing words - e.g. Personally, I believe / Personally, I think...) people who control the media can change opinions and attitudes of buying of customers (We do not buy customers. We buy products or services) or sometimes they can rectify (missing object), appealing to the attention of people.

Advocates of the former view that the media as advertising manipulates people through on television or the internet. (That is not a grammatical sentence. There is no main verb. It does not makes sense.) Advertisers usually focus on selling a brand image by using glamorous (glamorous is an adjective. It needs a noun to follow.) and hiring successful people which aim to attract the customers to buy their products. Therefore, these they persuade people that buying a product will make them happier and following the latest trends. (ungrammatical) Quang Hai – a successful football player in Vietnam, for instance, he (ungrammatical. You cannot have two subjects for the verb.) introduces the new product as a viettel+ card on TV which is developed by the Viettel company. As a result, this brings the belief (What belief?) of customers when they use the card and the company hopes that more and more people use their products.

On the other hand, whoever controls the media has ultimate control over what is published or broadcasted and what is omitted. As a consequence, they can add present / endorse / encourage a certain prejudice or bias to their coverage of certain new stories depending on their feeling about the matter. For example, techniques used in yellow journalism may include exaggerations of news events, scandal-mongering or sensationalism. If news coverage is bias (wrong form) to make the front of page headlines about famous singers, attracted by the readers. (wrong expression) This will be effective seriously in their career although breaking news like these can earn lots of money and gain the famous. (wrong expression)

In conclusion, I completely agree that the media is a source of power and control. However, I suppose that the media should be controlled effectively by the government. (The conclusion should only summarize the ideas in the body paragraphs. You never mentioned government control in a body paragraph, so it is not a proper ending paragraph.)

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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?

REWRITE:

It is true that high – tech businesses are concerned with the development of new products, which involve microprocessors and algorithms. Personally, I believe that people who control the media can change opinions and attitudes of buying products or services, sometimes they can rectify the breaking news, appealing to the attention of people.

Advocates of the former view that people control the media like advertising tool can manipulate people through on television or the internet. Advertisers usually focus on selling a brand image by using glamorous images and hiring successful people which aim to attract the customers to buy their products. Therefore, they persuade people that buying a product will make them happier. Quang Hai – a successful football player in Vietnam, for instance, introduces the new product a viettel+ card on TV which is developed by the Viettel company. As a result, this brings the trust for customers when they use the card and the company hopes that more and more people use their products.

On the other hand, whoever controls the media has ultimate control over what is published or broadcasted and what is omitted. As a consequence, they encourage a certain prejudice or bias to their coverage of certain new stories depending on their feeling about the matter. For example, techniques used in yellow journalism may include exaggerations of news events, scandal-mongering or sensationalism. If news coverage is not true to make the front page headlines about famous singers to attract readers. This will be effective seriously in their career although breaking news like these can earn lots of money or to gain the fame.

For the reasons mentioned above, I completely agree that people who use the media have a source of power and control.

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?

REWRITE:

It is true that high – tech businesses are concerned with the development of new products, which involve microprocessors and algorithms. Personally, I believe that people who control the media can change opinions and attitudes of buying products or services, sometimes they can rectify the breaking news, appealing to the attention of people.

Advocates of the former view that people control the media like advertising tool can manipulate people through on television or the internet. Advertisers usually focus on selling a brand image by using glamorous images and hiring successful people which aim to attract the customers to buy their products. Therefore, they persuade people that buying a product will make them happier. Quang Hai – a successful football player in Vietnam, for instance, introduces the new product a viettel+ card on TV which is developed by the Viettel company. As a result, this brings the trust for customers when they use the card and the company hopes that more and more people use their products.

On the other hand, whoever controls the media has ultimate control over what is published or broadcasted and what is omitted. As a consequence, they encourage a certain prejudice or bias to their coverage of certain new stories depending on their feeling about the matter. For example, techniques used in yellow journalism may include exaggerations of news events, scandal-mongering or sensationalism. If news coverage is not true to make the front page headlines about famous singers to attract readers. This will be effective seriously in their career although breaking news like these can earn lots of money or to gain the fame.

For the reasons mentioned above, I completely agree that people who use the media have a source of power and control.

Your first sentence has nothing to do with the media's control or manipulation of their audiences.

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