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    Citing numerous studies of media content, composition and reception, Thomas Patterson in Informing the News: The Need for Knowledge-Based Journalism, argues for an ambitious rethinking of how journalists are trained. Concerned about the misinformation among Americans who rely on media as their main source of information, Patterson traces the quickening of news cycles from trends to process to elucidate how they have resulted in the loss of accuracy in reporting. Today’s journalists too often…

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    They Don’t Bait Us: Buzzfeed Follows Ethical Journalism Introduction Digital media mogul Buzzfeed came under fire in 2014 when Jon Stewart publicly accused the company of using clickbait. At this time, the media company was on the upswing, quickly dominating online print and video journalism and accumulating a cult following. The accusation sparked two responses from two different Editors-in-chief at Buzzfeed and an in-depth look at the company’s linguistic statistics. The frenzy left a few…

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    Into The Wild Journalism

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    As the term itself implies, literary journalism contains journalistic work, too. Krakauer spent approximately one year retracing McCandless’ path and additionally based part of his work on documentaries recorded by the protagonist himself. Krakauer modifies his narrative throughout Into the Wild hinging upon the situation. In order to highlight a contrast of his version to a journalistic reportage about McCandless, I have chosen an example of a mainstream newspaper article by The New York Times,…

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    “On the Death of Journalism – and of My Career at the Independent Newspaper” by Christina Patterson is a piece about the death of journalism and the following consequences as a freelancer. Patterson, a well-established journalist who has worked for “The Independent Newspaper”, claims that traditional journalism is dying. Patterson bases her claim upon various observations. For example she states that all the established newspapers based in USA are experiencing an eight-figure yearly downturn in…

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    Muckraker Journalism

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    In the late 1800’s, Julius Chambers checked herself into a mental asylum undercover as a mental patient and began composing one of the first forms of muckraker journalism, which exposed the abuse inmates were subjected to within these asylums. After Julius Chambers infamous account of the asylums, muckraker journalism spread like wildfire, leading to exposed political corruption and social scandals. Since the muckraker movement, news has become exceedingly relevant in people’s lives to get…

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    Media In The 19th Century

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    this media in this case, journalism has operated in the favor of politicians in the 18th and 19th century. With the invention of the printing press the appearance of the newspaper allowed information and news to be circulated and spread throughout the masses. The invention of the newspaper brought us the concept of the partisan press, this refers to when news papers and other forms of media are biased in favor to one party, cause or political figure. There…

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    Buzzfeeed Research Paper

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    BuzzFeed: Can We Consider it Professional Journalism? News practices and values have shifted dramatically since the rise of online media. Following this phenomenon, there is the quick development of what we now know as citizen journalism. This allows the general public to share news instantly without being a professional journalist. However, the term has created many debates in this field as it there is a fine line between being a professional and being a citizen. The added aspect of online…

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    Discovering The News

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    The article, Discovering the News: A Social History of American Newspapers by Michael Schudson argues that journalism has changed due to changes in society. For instance, in the 1820’s newspapers consisted of only business and politics. The newspapers required subscriptions, only the wealthy could afford. “Objectivity” was not a journalist’s key focus, but rather to be factual. The ideal changed after World War 1. According to Schudson, “Objectivity is a peculiar demand to make of institutions……

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    “A media revolution is transforming, fundamentally and irrevocably, the nature of journalism and its ethics. The means to publish is now in the hands of the citizens, while the Internet encourages new forms of journalism that are interactive and immediate” (Ward). With media ethics constantly evolving and new forms of media popping up everywhere, it can be difficult to make decisions regarding what is right and what is wrong in the realm of media. This is why I believe that it is important to…

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    communication. The essay will discuss the media and journalism become the mediator in intercultural communication, the positive and negative influence of media on intercultural communication and what kind of principles and suggestions should journalism take to become a better mediator in this part. The second part is new media and intercultural communication. In this part, the essay will talk about the relationship between new media and journalism, new media and the globalization, the…

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