The Role Of Journalism In The 20th Century

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Journalism is the collection, preparation and spreading of news and related feature resources through such media as pamphlets, magazines, Radio, Motion Pictures, Television, the internet and books. Journalism is the craft of conveying news, graphic material and opinion via widening range of media. These include newspaper, magazine, radio, and television, the internet and even more recently, the mobile phones. Journalists, be they writer, editors or photographers, broadcast anchor or producer, serve as a chief gossipmongers of information and opinion in modern society. Journalism is the nose, eye, mouth, ear of the masses who help the masses to see what is happening, to discover where it is happening, to help public to ask question on what they want to recognize from the people involved and to provide them as quickly as possible. Journalism in the 20th century was notable by a growing sense of professionalism. Males and females are working together not only in media institutions in modern age but they are also participating in every field of life including the Police, army, business, law, medical, engineering, teaching, nursing etc. Women are part of every field of life in developed and modern societies while their participation is limited in different domains in the conservative societies where they have to face problems and criticism. Pakistan is also among the underdeveloped nations having multidimensional cultural, traditional and religious bars that restrict women

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