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Massachusetts Accident and Victim's Drowning

   

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COMMUNICATION THEORYASSIGNMENT
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1Answer 1:The act is about entering a plea of guilty after running from the accident scene and left the lady behind in order to drown. Further, Kennedy got an opportunity in order to talk to Massachusetts people to tell them about the incident. Kennedy felt that he was being victimized by the scene and he was not even having any control. Kennedy discussed the utilization, and the discourse which the exploitation's story was stating through the wrath of the people of Massachusetts and the mischance took place with the lady Marxist-Leninist Jo Kopechne. Moreover, the accident took place on the Island of Chappaquiddick (Cos, G. 2016). It is being observed that the obligations of Kennedy were vague in relation to the accident, and the reports were delayed in setting up the situation where he faced the criminal charges along with the scolds of government funds. Furthermore, defining the accident in which the lady (Marxist-Leninist Jo Kopechne) died. Kennedy blamed the lighting, bridge’s slenderness along with the haziness.Answer 2: The scene is about the accident which took place on the Island of Chappaquiddick. Kennedy is going to the trials as he flew from the scene on July 18. Further, he described the scene to the Massachusetts people by stating that he and Mary Jo left the party around 11:15 at night and Kennedy was driving the car, and soon they entered into a narrow bridge which didn't have any guard railings and was developed on the left angle. Then, the car was overturned in a pond and was filled with water immediately. Further, Kennedy felt the drowning sensation but somehow managed to survive, and he made continuous efforts to save Mary Jo but he failed, and she died. He even explained in his speech that he didn't escape from the responsibilities but he forgot to inform the police about the accident, and he is being traumatized because of the accident.
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2Answer 3:The agent is that he doesn’t have any control of the scene. So, Kennedy is seeking advice from people of Massachusetts in order to take the right decision. It has been observed that the citizens are being treated as an important part of the case because the citizens always fight for the right and they ensure that the victim should get justice at any cost and the criminal should be punished. Also, Kennedy share a strong bond with the agents as he had his 1st election to senate seven years back and since then he is serving to the people of Massachusetts (Mandell, H., & Chen, G. M. 2016). Therefore, according to Kennedy the citizens plays a crucial role in his case which includes the criminal charges and will help Kennedy in order to take the right decision andfollow the right path as he shares a strong connection with them and also have various memories with them while serving the people of Massachusetts.Answer 4: The agency is being defined as the methods which are available in order to make a report. For example, the police reports. Further, the complete report on the accident was published in the newspapers which impacted the image of the Kennedy to a great extent as he stood for the elections to the senate in order to serve the people of Massachusetts. The role of the agency is to create awareness among people in order to support the victim. Moreover, the agencies which played a crucial rule in the case of Kennedy were Club House of TPC Sawgrass and Beach of Ponte Verde. Furthermore, the overall image of the Kennedy has impacted adversely due to the agency and the people of Massachusetts were against him until he got an opportunity to give a speech to the people of Massachusetts in order to take the right decision and face reality.
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