English Teenage Surgery Essay

1118 words - 5 pages

Forskelligheder i formidlingen:
Der er mange måder at formidle en nyhed på. På Tv skifter formidlingen ofte stil. Nogle Tv-aviser der sidder de stille og roligt og forklare om nyhederne, ret kedeligt men skal nyhederne også være sjove? Det er jo noget man selv styre, der 
er jo nogle Tv-aviser hvor de fiser rundt og leger klovne. Når man så tænker på nyheder i Avisen, så er der igen flere måder at formidle på. En nyhed kan jo formidles på mange måder. Man 
kan jo lave en avis artikel kedelig men med 
meget information, eller du kan gøre den lidt mere spændende, men det sker ofte på 
bekostning af noget information. I takt med at vi teknologisk ”Opgradere” vores udstyr, så bliver vores ...view middle of the document...

Det bliver
gjort for at vi forhåbentlig kan identificere os
med historien. Der bliver også brugt noget afsløring, da man finder ud af at gidslerne kunne have været løsladt 2 måneder efter kidnapningen
i stedet for 2 år efter. Man fandt ud af at lederne

af fragt firmaet som gidslerne arbejdede på fik et tilbud. De kunne få lov at købe deres arbejdere hjem for 3. Mio Dollars. Men de afslog dette tilbud, det er så først blevet sagt efter de blev løsladt, derfor blev det lidt en sensation. Men i det uddrag af teksten, der bliver der snakket meget om Søren Ærø, for at man skal lære ham at kende som person. Man høre lidt om hans venner, familie, og hvad der venter på ham når han kommer hjem. Nu er det også blevet vigtigt at være den første ude med det seneste. Det vægter højt, specielt hvis man kan få eksklusivitet. De nyhedskriterier der bliver brugt i udraget er fx Aktualitet, da det var ret nyt da der blev skrevet om det. Identifikation fordi at der bliver brugt noget følelsesmæssigt appel fordi der bliver snakket meget om hans gudsøn og og et løfte han gav ham. Som forklaret tidligere er der også sensation med, fordi man finder ud af at de afslog det første tilbud om at få dem hjem. Fordi søren ikke er kommet hjem endnu, så bruger de det meste af deres tid på at snakke med hans venner og finde ud af lidt om ham. Det gør også at vi lære ham lidt at kende og gør måske at vi bliver en smule knyttet til historien. Man høre lidt om hvordan han er som person, og hvordan han fik sit kælenavn ”Søren Sidevind”. Det gør at vi kommer lidt ind på livet af ham og at vi lære ham lidt at kende. 
Som man ser i hæfte 1. Side 8, ”Johan Blem Larsen: Søren Lyngbjørn har det bedre end ventet”, så vælger de nogle andre fakta at gå efter. Det ligger mere vægt på nyheden og hvordan han faktisk havde det derovre. Der står her ”Efter 838 dages fangenskab er det løsladte gidsel Søren Lyngbjørns helbedre bedre, end lægerne turde håbe på”. Han har været meget syg og haft mavesmerter, men det nævnte ”Kristina Lund Jørgensen: Sørens Ærø”...

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