El americano no deseado: an Analysis of the Negative Opinion of Donald Trump among the Spanish Media (Post two)

In my last post, I gave a bit of introduction to my research, and some of the twists and turns along the way, including a change in theories for the overwhelmingly negative opinion of Donald Trump in Spain. In this post,  I will discuss the reasoning behind my new theory.

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#2: Ethics in Photojournalism

Like I said in my last post, talking abstractly about ethics, editing, and photography can be very confusing so I will use this post to show you real examples of photoediting that corrupts the integrity of the photo.

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#1: Ethics in Photojournalism

In this year’s World Press Photo competition, Made Nissen’s photograph of two Russian gay men embracing was rewarded as the 2014 Photo of the Year. In last year’s contest, John Stanmeyer’s photograph of African migrants in Djibouti trying to capture a faint cellphone signal was named the top photo of 2013. These photos are not only poignant illustrations of contemporary issues, there are beautifully lit, extremely well composed, and expressive.

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