John F. Kennedy Assassination

Amber Cowell

Who? What? When? Where? Why?

At 12:30 p.m. on Friday November 22nd 1963 in Dallas, Texas the 35th President of the United States was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald. On a rare occasion JFK was accompanied by his wife first lady Jacqueline Kennedy along with Texas Governor John Connally and his wife on a 10-mile motorcade downtown Dallas. While sitting in a Lincoln convertible the President waved to the large crowds that lined the streets as the vehicle passed. At exactly 12:30p.m. three bullets were fired from the Texas School Book Depository. The first one missed and was never found, the second one entered and exited through his neck striking the Governor in the shoulder, and the third bullet struck President Kennedy in the head. President Kennedy was killed at the age of 46.

Media Portrayal Perspective #1

There are many conspires about how President Kennedy was assassinated. The most common one is President Kennedy was shot by Lee Harvey Oswald. Many believe he acted alone. Other's believe that he wasn't the one who fired the shots. In fact many believe that Oswald was never involved in the assassination, but was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
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Media Portrayed Perspective #2

Another common conspiracy that most people believe is that the Government was the ones who had President Kennedy assassinated. It is is believed he was killed by our own government because they wanted to provoke war and make it look worse than the war actually was. But President Kennedy believed that was wrong and tried to stop them.
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Media Bias

The more common type of bias about the Kennedy assassination would be source selection. Depending on where you get your information is how this assassination perceived. If you watch news clippings from that day you will see a commonly viewed side of the story. But if you watch documentaries you will learn about many different sides and conspires.

Criticism #1

The Kennedy can be view as many different type of criticism, but one that stands out the most would be historical criticism. This day went down in history as the day one of the most love Presidents was assassinated. Many people still continue to mourn the death of the beloved president. If you were alive in the time period you remember where and what you were doing that day.
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Criticism #2

Not only can historical criticism be used to explain this controversial issue, but so can marxist criticism. On November 22, 1963 two men of very high power (the President of the United States and the Governor of Texas) along with their wives rode through downtown Dallas in Lincoln convertible. Crowds lined the streets cheering and screaming their appreciation to these men. These men were view as superior by the people.. People traveled from all over just to see the President.
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