ASSIGNMENT ID
116878
SUBJECT AREA Politics
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 3rd March 2017
COMPLETED ON 4th March 2017
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Media and Politics

The essay topics are based on issues presented over the course of the unit. The essays are an opportunity to go beyond the textbook and investigate a topic of personal interest. Each prompt within the selected essay topic is to be addressed with research and critical thought.
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