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Unit 1 - News Media

racist adj. the belief that some people are better than others based on the color of their skin
transform v. to completely change something or someone
research v. to find information about something
found v. to start an organization or business
resign v. to leave your job or position
publish v. to print for people to read
devastation n. very serious damage
concept n. an idea, often for something different
reject v. to refuse to accept something
inferior (to) adj. of low importance or quality; not as good as others
inaccurate adj. not correct; containing mistakes
absolute adj. Very great; total
broadcast v. to send out sound or pictures over a long distance, using radio waves
digital media n. any news that is presented on a web site or blog and is accessible by internet, cell phone, MP3 player, etc.
transmit v. to send something
force v. to make somebody do something the do not want to do
pace n. the speed at which something moves
accelerate v. to increase speed
convenient adj. easy to use; helpful
accessible adj. easy to use; easy to get
portable adj. easy to carry or move
impact n. an effect that causes big changes
significant adj. important
influence v. to have a strong effect on someone or something
Created by: btaylor1