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    Materials obtained by means of tapping should not be published The journalists must keep secret the sources of confidential information Unbiased journalism does not mean that the journalists should abstain from expressing their personal opinions. However, the reader should be able to tell the difference between the articles stating facts and materials expressing someone 's opinion or interpretation

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    Journalism In Ishmaelia

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    the general public of the current events in the world. In Scoop, written by Evelyn Waugh, the news industry does not act in a reliable and trustworthy way. This novel uses the innocent William Boot as a vessel to convey the vast corruption of the journalism business. The corruption begins when William Boot meets with Lord Copper, believing his job as a nature writer to be in jeopardy. As the owner of the paper The Daily Beast, Lord Copper gets to make decisions on who will write which articles, so

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    Journalism as a profession is gaining ground in these days. As there had been an explosion of information. We are living in a fast-changing world with a fast flow of information. But, no matter how much we all want to receive information about every aspect of the world, there are still groups and types of information that people do not want to be released. Journalists have to face the issues of physical endangerment because they report to dangerous destinations and receive death threats. In the time

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    objectivity are the most popular objects for discussion in the circles of journalists and media experts nowadays. There is controversy whether these theoretical concepts have practical application and whether they are essential elements of modern journalism. In this case it is significant to understand what elements of impartiality are topical for contemporaneity and whether there is a need to strive for impartiality at all. First of all, it is important to understand the meaning of the word «impartiality»

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    Journalism is a pivotal part of the public being exposed to information about the happenings of the world (Wilke 2013). Journalists are required to provide an honest depiction of events that would be otherwise hidden in plain sight. With the increase of platforms to receive information, such as online reporting, the public is exposed to a wide variety of inaccurate facts that negatively skews the levels of trust that exists for the press (Richardson 2017 pp. 1-3). It has become harder for journalism

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    Professional Journalists or Immoral Liars By Harry Fenwick The media is a mass distributor of information that is perceived by the public in such a way that the journalist wants the target audience to understand the article. Often in the media, the journalists can twist the truth and outright lie about a situation. This is done in order to benefit them or the company at which they work. These distortions of the truth are exploited in politics when an event happens in parliament, or the personal

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    “Citizen Journalism” has been hailed by many as a ‘new’ form of Journalism that will overtake ‘traditional’ forms of Journalism. Do you agree? Discuss the pros and cons of such an argument. Citizen Journalism is an argumentative concept by its very nature and one which is particularly hard to define. It involves non-professional, un-trained locals reporting on news themselves and using social media as a platform to do so, in a basic sense. These reporters are from outside the mainstream media,

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    Effect on Journalism Outline Introduction Paragraph 1: By definition journalism is the activity of gathering, assessing, creating, and presenting news and information. (...) Journalism is where the writer gives out information to his audience (the reader). The purpose and principal of journalism is the function news plays in people's lives. News that keeps us informed and a way of communication about the different events, issues, and what is going on outside of the world (...). Journalism may be pretty

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    construction. Thus, narcissistic narrative uses metafictional strategies to lay bare the reader’s narcissism and to offer “a critical perspective on the world and its changeability” (Bal 257). Hutcheon labels this kind of writing as narcissistic. Literary journalism has a two-fold functional formula. It is both reflexion and reflection. Reflexion is a text-oriented process whereas reflection is a context-oriented process. In the text-oriented process, a literary journalistic text aims at throwing back “or mirroring

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    Setting Boundaries in the Media “But we do not live in a perfect world. We live in a world where gossip passes for news, and sensationalism passes for journalism” (Bernhardt, Naked Justice). This quote shows that not because the media publishes something does it mean that it is important or relevant to current events since the media manipulates and publishes what it wants for selfish purposes. The media is also a business, and like any business, its goal is to make profits, and sometimes it uses

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    Bias And Media Bias

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    Although it is a challenging way to be informed in media it is the rawest form of truth in journalism. Yes, bias in media takes a big impact in the world today, however bias in viewers are just effective as well. The importance of truth in media is to have a real sense of what is going on and not believing just one side of politics. To paraphrase

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    Setting Boundaries in the Media “But we do not live in a perfect world. We live in a world where gossip passes for news, and sensationalism passes for journalism” (Bernhardt, Naked Justice). This quote shows that not because the media publishes something does it mean that it is important or relevant to current events since the media manipulates and publishes what it wants for selfish purposes. The media is also a business, and like any business, its goal is to make profits, and sometimes it uses

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    (Berkers, Janssen, Verboord, 2011, 632) .In 2005, visible ethnicities made up 33% of the United States, but only 11% of literacy authors in newspapers (Berkers, Janssen, Verboord, 2011, 632). Nora Happel says that in 2014, ethnic people in newspaper journalism made up 13.34%, where ethnic people made up 37.4% of the nation (Happel, 2015). The Toronto Star newspaper has a total of 50 journalists who are mentioned by name of which 7 are visibly ethnic. The Toronto Star newspaper (14%) is a close parallel

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    Ideological cronyism- Crony Journalism has become a movement of the elite, who are out of touch with reality taking the mainstream media networks in the grip. The private media networks have aligned themselves to be the drummer boys of the socialist and even extreme leftist ideas. Instead of providing citizens with unbiased and unadulterated news, the mainstream media keeps spouting politically correct banalities and falsehoods with utmost expertise. When a media espouses ideas aligned to a particular

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    agenda setting comes wherein media only shows what they want people to see and think. Objectivity has also been challenged as unattainable in some circles. Many times in training journalists in here in the Philippines, we take this model of journalism and journalism training from the West and run with it, without necessarily examining whether it makes sense in our circumstances. Many of our curricula are not regularly revised or subjected to the kind of scrutiny that would make them relevant and enable

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    is bias All media is biased. The bias in media could be split into three main topics, advertisements and their effects on media, clickbait journalism, and political impact. Advertisements provide almost all of the money for mainstream media outlets thus giving them enormous power to control what our media outlets let into the public eye. Clickbait journalism has a negative impact on the population, misleading titles and eye grabbers trick people into believing things that aren 't the full truth.

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    Artifact #1: What’s My Sentence, Name Card and Self Image My first artifact is my beginning of the year self projects. These were little assignments that helped myself and the class figure out out who I was, who I am and who I will be. One project we did was our Self Image. This was a paper where I had to ask my family and friends who they think I am, and then reflect on what they said about me. This helped me understand who I am in the eye of others. My second project was the Name Card. We had

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    The central theme of media manipulation and the consequences of that are explained and uncovered in Ryan Holiday’s book Trust Me I’m Lying: Confessions of a Media Manipulator. Holiday offers a brutally honest insight into the world of PR and journalism, one that many people can have trouble accepting and one that makes us doubt every form of media and advertisement around us and exposes the twisted relationship between online media and marketing. In the beginning of the book, Holiday admits that

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    As types of government varies throughout the world, basic levels of freedom vary along with it. Freedom of the press, otherwise known as journalistic freedom, is in part with these basic freedoms. The country of Norway has one of the highest levels of press freedom in the world. Essentially, journalistic censorship in this egalitarian society is absent. Most laws in Norway, in relation with the dissemination of information, are put into place in favor of the citizen’s right to the access of transparent

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    past or future, put away their moral standards when economical benefits demands them to put an irritating image on their cover because “... violence and tragedy are staples of American journalism” (Lester). But if fair punishment will be charged and permanent record of their behavior will remain effective, journalism professions will ultimately filter out those with priorities other than ethical

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