This ensures a steady increase in readership base and as a result, the newspaper subscription numbers ramp up. Other than this, there are more negative effects of newspaper to be discussed in this paper. Cultural implications If people cannot afford a newspaper, then can they not receive the news.
Whatever happens to good news?
Thanks for watching! AH HA!!! Royal Commission on the Press.
Campa did her best to control for these variables, repeating her experiment but replacing newspapers with universities to see whether it affected the outcome. Low cost: The other positive aspect of a newspaper is that it does not cost much; other than the cost of the paper and the low infrastructure costs entailed in printing the paper, the newspaper comes with a low threshold cost.
This leads into the economic and moral issues that would arise from the online newspapers. If we think logically the soiled mind of some people these days, if a stories is not popular, why should they go on to give their heart and minds into it?