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    There is also a sense of superiority felt by the media when comparing themselves to public relations, with Munro (2016), believing that “...PR needs journalism, more than journalism needs PR...” (Munro, 2016), which alludes to White and Hobsbawm’s (2007), conclusion that the media’s view of public relations is more prejudiced, compared to the public relations view of the media. These beliefs indicate that the power, at least in the mind of media practitioners, is held by the media, and that…

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    Importance Of Gatekeeping

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    switching on a TV. The influence the media has on the world is something that cannot be ignored. This means media organisations and journalists have a crucial responsibility in what they write and put out into the public domain. In the world of Journalism, Gatekeeping and News Values hold a very important role. Gatekeeping is the process where information is filtered for publication, when a media institution or journalist will decide what is important enough to be broadcasted. The fact that…

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    the world. But, as the year progress the mortals abused the capability of these machines. One of the problems is how they report news and how they edit stuff to create news and spread rumors. Can news reporters be fully trusted? The history of journalism is when the development of transmitting news change dramatically. The first newspaper was published in 17th century, then entering 18th century was magazines, following it with television and radio on 20th century and…

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    Susan Moeller of the International Center for Media and the Public Agenda. The study which required Moeller’s Media Literacy class of 200 journalism students at the Phillip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland, to abstain from using all media for a 24 hour period. Students were asked to select one 24 hour period between the weeks of February 24- March 4, 2010 to be media-free. After their 24 hours of…

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    Andriana Toneva W1499024 Book Review Michael Schudson The sociology of news Michael Schudson takes on the hard task to combine research of sociology, politics, journalism and communications in his brief introduction of news role in society. “The sociology of news” makes a contribution to the sociological understanding of the role of news for the formation of public consciousness, judgement and comprehension. A book which pulls you in the exploration of the mainstream media, the…

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    In my mind I thought I knew who I was; I was a journalist. By my senior year I had been involved in journalism for four years and even had professional experience. I made journalism my life by learning all the AP Style rules, improving my grammar like my life depended on it and appreciating good writing. I did all this because I knew that journalism was what I wanted to do, but as you said our professions do not define us, and I am more than a journalist. If I were asked to…

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    Dale Maharidge Analysis

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    Journalism is the only type of media that is protected by the U.S. Constitution and is required by democracy. People often forget the reason for this; our country was built off freedom of press. Our forefathers fought to say and publish whatever they wished against the government and to keep people informed. Our media today is mostly in shambles and concentrates on entertainment more than anything. Real journalism, which talked about the serious issues, sought to inform citizens enough so that…

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    wreck disaster and the true reality is somewhere in the middle. Throughout history, the media has been a large representation of the truth of the world. However, in the past century, the media has been misrepresenting the truth. In the media, journalism and reporting tactics have been based on advertising influence, audience demands and biased opinions that have influenced people’s interpretation…

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    challenge my writing abilities. Not long after that, I found myself deciding that I would pursue a career as a photojournalist, and would be writing every day I worked while in the Marine Corps. I came into this course with a strong understanding of journalism-style writing and reporting. Now that I have taken this course, I have a more well-rounded understanding of other important essay styles. While in training to become a journalist, I spent seven months learning a cookie-cutter method of…

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    writing this would probably jump to an answer that is obvious and played out, for example, someone who reports the news, however there is much more to it than that. A person writing on this prompt would have to consider all the different types of journalism that there is and what they really do. The person would also have to take into account how a journalist gets their stories, the rules they have to follow, as well as the research that does into the job. By doing research, shadowing, and even…

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