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The data I gather will be discrete data, as a set of values will be given.
To conduct my research correctly I will have to do a range of averages e. To try and make my results more accurate I will compare back page articles as well as front-page articles, so altogether I will have to analyse six separate articles and hope to gather conclusive results.
Just by looking at a few articles I could see clearly that the text was slightly smaller compared with that of the quality and tabloid newspapers.
The quality paper had the most letters per word followed by the tabloid and surprisingly the Broadsheet had the least number of letters per word.
This was the same on the front and back pages. From the averages I found that the median for the broadsheet was smaller than both the tabloids and the quality paper.
The broadsheet had a median of 5 letters per word compared with the tabloids 7letters per word and the quality papers 8letters per word. The mode was also smaller, the guardian had a mode of 2 letters per word, the quality paper had a mode of 3 letters per word and the mirror had a mode of 4letters per word.
These averages show that the guardian has the least letters per word but has the most words per area. The tabloids front page had an area of The quality papers headline took up a larger percentage than both the tabloids and the broadsheets. The quality papers headline took up The broadsheet had many separate headlines as well as a main headline due to the size of the paper it will be inappropriate to use up the same percentage as the quality newspapers headline.
I personally think the more serious and problematic an article is; the more area the headline will take up, the larger the headline the more appealing it will be to the reader.
The upper quartile range for the broadsheet is 6 and the lower is 2 giving the broadsheet an inter-quartile range of 4 letters peer word.
Whereas the quality paper has an upper range of 6 and lower of 3 giving it an inter-quartile range of. The tabloid had an upper quartile of 6 and a lower of 3 giving it an inter-quartile range of 3.
The broadsheet has the largest inter-quartile range; this suggests it has a larger variety of words than the other two papers. I think the cumulative frequency ideally provides a reliable conclusion as I gathered.
I found the broadsheet paper also had a larger variety of words, which partly proves my initial prediction, which I made from the comparisons between the three cumulative frequency graphs. The quality paper had the longest words. From the averages the quality paper had an average median of 8 letters per word followed by the tabloids 7 letters per word and the broadsheets 5 letters per word.
My prediction was partially correct as I predicted the broadsheet will have the most words in the area I was going to investigate and I was correct. To improve my results I could try analysing more newspapers, which would have my investigation more accurate, I could have also analysed a larger number of articles in a particular page and compared them.
The text font was also considerably smaller, which could have affected my results drastically.Analysis of Keats' Captivating and Dismal Ballad "La Belle Dame Sans Merci" - John Keats is a spell binding poet, who lived a short life of 25 years, but left behind a towering legacy in the Romantic period.
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ANALYSIS. From the tables I made for the different types of newspaper I could see that the 3 newspapers slotted into place. The quality paper had the most letters per word followed by the tabloid and surprisingly the Broadsheet had the least number of letters per word.
This was the same on the front and back pages. 2. History of privacy law. Legal concepts like ownership of real property and contracts originated many hundreds of years ago and are now well established in law. - Investigating the Main Differences Between a Tabloid Newspaper and a Broadsheet Newspaper In this essay I am going to compare 2 different types of newspapers which are The Sun, which is a tabloid newspaper, tabloid meaning the size of the paper (half that of a broadsheet).
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