Critically analyze how the topic was covered by the author of the article/ book/web site, once again comparing the coverage to what you learned in the course (Is it accurate? Is it sensationalized?

News media analysis

In this assignment/essay you need to choose 1 news media article for this paper.

In this assignment/essay you have to describe and analyze a news media article story (from the previous five years) so between 2018-2021 that is concerned with organized crime in Canada.

The goal of this assignment is to apply what you learned in the course to better understand and critically analyze this news story.

Which will post below the ppt slides to add into this essay.

As such, you will be assessed primarily upon the extent to which you have applied what you learned in the course to news story.

This assignment/essay will be assessed using the following criteria: relevance of news media story to Canadian organized crime (8 points) summary of the subject of the news media story (7 points) discussion and analysis of the news media story (5 points) proper essay structure (3 points) proper syntax, punctuation, spelling and grammar (2 points).

As far as the discussion and analysis is concerned, you have a lot of leeway, but apply content from the ppt slides and information  have submitted below.

In your analysis, your answer should: (1) Identify which part(s) of the course is/are most relevant to this particular subject.

(2) Compare and contrast the subject with the relevant course contents (Does it reflect what is said in the course materials? If so, why? If not, what are the differences?)

(3) Apply theory(ies) and/or definition(s) from Modules 2 to 4

(4) Critically analyze how the topic was covered by the author of the article/ book/web site, once again comparing the coverage to what you learned in the course (Is it accurate? Is it sensationalized? Does it foster a better understanding of the subject?) To maximize your grade for this assignment, use the following subheadings in your essay: (i) Introduction (ii) Summary (iii) Discussion and Analysis (you can further break this section down by the above subheadings 1 to 4).

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