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05/07/09 1 J310 Critical issues in journalism Elements of Journalism
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05/07/09 2 Needs vs. wants
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05/07/09 3 What’s the difference? QuickTime an TIFF (Uncompressed are needed to see th QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompressed) de are needed to see this p
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05/07/09 4 Elites vs. citizens Walter Lippman: provide quality information to elites who will lead John Dewey: citizens can and must be engaged broadly
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05/07/09 5 Youth and news Young people less likely to see the unique mission of journalism Or distinguish between news and entertainment Don’t value local news Harms civic engagement Virtuous circle: news, knowledge, participation
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05/07/09 6 solutions Program to kids Diversify ownership Push news via internet Make it a requirement Make politics matter Make quality journalism
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05/07/09 7 What’s quality journalism? Beyond source, format, styles The “elements of journalism” Project for Excellence in Journalism Leaders: Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel A re-evaluation of the profession, and its fundamental purpose
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