By Stuart Allan
This edited assortment introduces information media stories to the undergraduate reader. Drawing jointly a thrilling choice of unique essays from journalism, cultural experiences and media reports, this article highlights numerous of the main major themes and debates during this box. Journalism is geared up to deal with a sequence of subject matters pertinent to the continuing conceptual improvement of stories media stories all over the world, with a selected specialise in paintings performed within the usa and Britain. An introductory bankruptcy via the editor units the scene for the dialogue via offering a concise, updated assessment of numerous key matters in relation to the research of reports and journalism.
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I’m going to check out what these brothers is doing’ (Seale quoted in Foner 1995: xxxi). In the Spring of 1967 television news took note of the new Black Panthers. The group staged their ﬁrst choreographed public display at the California State Capital in Sacramento, expecting the event to heighten their media visibility. The Panthers leaped from the pages of the local press to the television screen when they marched to the State legislature, some brandishing loaded weapons, on 2 May 1967. The startled press corps, assembled for a day of routine reporting, let the tape roll for more than 30 minutes as they recorded Bobby Seale’s statement opposing a pending arms control bill, and watched as police pursued them through the building and oﬀ the Capitol grounds.
Reporter Jayson Blair resigned from the New York Times in May 2003, following allegations that he had committed repeated ‘acts of journalistic fraud’ (see Carey’s (2003) essay for a perceptive assessment). In January 2004, foreign correspondent Jack Kelley (nominated ﬁve times for the Pulitzer Prize) resigned from USA Today after admitting to misleading editors over claims made in his reporting. 9 billion, it is one of the largest private philanthropies in the US). Its studies focus on attitudes toward the press, politics and public policy issues.
That’s a good thing if you are under a lot of pressure’. The article continues to provide personal background details about the man: that he had the president and his wife Laura Bush (along with Alan Greenspan) over to dinner at his home ‘in the graceful, old-world Kalorama section of Washington’ on the day the scandal broke and that ‘everyone appeared relax in each other’s company’; that ‘despite Mr. Rumsfeld’s ferocious exterior, he is a principled man’ who with his wife regularly visited wounded soldiers on Sundays and stopped by three times a week to visit a high school friend, ‘who was dying of brain cancer’ even though at the time Rumsfeld was preoccupied with the war in Afghanistan.
Journalism: Critical Issues by Stuart Allan