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RUNNING HEAD: AGENDA SETTING THEORY
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AGENDA SETTING THEORY
Introduction
The world today I the 21
st
century is well connected through the internet, and many
people can access its services. This includes social media sites and networks. Nowadays, it is
common to see people all the time reading through the feeds at all times and anywhere in the
world. People are well informed when it comes to news updates through social media sites. One
such social media site is CNN's pages on social media. When going through the page, there are
several social media practices noticed. However, people tend to have freedom on social media to
voice their issues, and others take this further to insults and violating the rights of others.
Therefore, to control this, there are rules and regulations set on how to use these sites and
possible consequences if one fails to follow the set regulations (Hohmann, 2011). However, this
does not stop people, and even at times, the site from conducting issues that raise ethical
concerns such as gender bias issues. In this case, we will analyze CNN's Facebook page, their
twitter handle, and Pinterest.
Social Media practices
The CNN media group has a publishing team that deals with the company's updates on
their social media pages. Any significant occurrence around the world with confirmed sources is
published as soon as possible. Right then, those connected to the page will get the feed update on
their devices from all over the earth. The feeds are continuous twenty-four seven. From the news
update, the most trending content is those that have a global effect and tragic stories. Many
people tend to comment and engage in these conversations. Lately, matters related to politics, the
coronavirus pandemic, and racism are the most discussed matters. People on social media seem

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1 RUNNING HEAD: AGENDA SETTING THEORY CNN on Social media Name Institution Date 2 AGENDA SETTING THEORY Introduction The world today I the 21st century is well connected through the internet, and many people can access its services. This includes social media sites and networks. Nowadays, it is common to see people all the time reading through the feeds at all times and anywhere in the world. People are well informed when it comes to news updates through social media sites. One such social media site is CNN's pages on social media. When going through the page, there are several social media practices noticed. However, people tend to have freedom on social media to voice their issues, and others take this further to insults and violating the rights of others. Therefore, to control this, there are rules and regulations set on how to use these sites and possible consequences if one fails to follow the set regulations (Hohmann, 2011). However, this does not stop people, and even at times, the site from conducting issues that raise ethical concerns such as gender bias issues. In this case, we will analyze CNN's Facebook page, their twitter handle, and Pinterest. Social Media practices The CNN media group has a publishing team that deals with the company's updates on their social media pages. Any significant occurrence around the world with confirmed sources is published as soon as possible. Right then, those connected to the page will get the feed update on their devices f ...
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