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Unformatted text preview: herd journalism- occurs when reporters stake out a house, chase celebrities in packs, or follow a story in large groups that the entire profession comes under attack for invading people's privacy and exploiting their personal problems sound bite- tv equivalent of a quote in print news; part of a news report where an expert, celeb, victim, etc reponds in an interview to some aspect of an event or an issue public journalism- Journalism intended to involve readers more actively in the news process moves beyond "telling the news" to a broader mission of helping public life go well moves from detachment to being a fair-minded participant in public life moves beyond only pointing out what is "going wrong" and also imagines what "going right" would be like moves from seeing people as consumers to seeing people as potential actors in arriving at democratic solutions to public problems...
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- Fall '10