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From Johann to Jon

From Johann to Jon

Stony Brook University. News Literacy. From Johann to Jon. News Literacy. What is it?. News Literacy is the ability to use critical thinking skills to judge the reliability and credibility of news reports, whether they come via print, television or the Internet.

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NY Times 1975

NY Times 1975

NY Times 1975. NY Times 1978. Objections We don't think about our reproductive success. Neither do red deer 2. Our behaviour isn't genetically determined Neither is the red deer ’ s 3. The approach leads to nastiness (racism, sexism, …)

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Treason

Treason

Treason. Treason. Treason is the only crime defined in the Constitution. Treason is: 1. Levying war against the United States or 2. Giving aid and comfort to the enemies of the United States. A person can only commit treason in times of war, and it is punishable by the death penalty.

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NY Times v. Sullivan

NY Times v. Sullivan

NY Times v. Sullivan. Rule of Law Defamation. Facts of the Case.

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Salome NY Times Project

Salome NY Times Project

Salome NY Times Project. History. Based on Christian Mythology Story of Salome inspired artists and writers Oscar Wilde wrote Salome in 1892. History Cont’d. Richard Strauss was inspired by Wilde’s play Salome cause a sensation at the Met and was even banned for a time. Summary of Salome.

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(NY Times – David Brooks)

(NY Times – David Brooks)

(NY Times – David Brooks)

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NY Times 25 November 2008

NY Times 25 November 2008

NY Times 25 November 2008. Stat 153 - 24 Nov 2008 D. R. Brillinger Chapter 14 - Examples continued. Question Data Analyses Conclusions. Why? Chatfield's example 14.1 Monthly mean air temperature at Recife 1953-1962. Table 14.1 - doesn't indicate source ????.

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NY Times 11-16-07

NY Times 11-16-07

NY Times 11-16-07. Molecular Sciences Institute. Started in 1996 by Dr. Syndey Brenner (2002 Nobel Prize winner). Opened in Berkeley in 1998. Roger Brent, President and Research Director. Create a novel interdisciplinary research environment - new approach not previously envisioned

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Cue For Treason

Cue For Treason

Cue For Treason. Ch 1. 1) When Sir Philip Morton inherited his grandfather’s land in Cumberland, he created two problems for the people of this area. Explain. 2) Peter, the main character, makes a very serious mistake at the end of chapter 1. Explain the immediate results of his actions.

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Cue for Treason

Cue for Treason

Geoffrey Trease. Cue for Treason. February 3 rd , 2012. Genres. Vocabulary. cue – anything said or done, on or off stage, that is followed by a specific line or action: An off-stage door slam was his cue to enter.

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