What Good Is Journalism?: How Reporters and Editors Are Saving America's Way of Life

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To go by today's critics of media bias--who have created a virtual cottage industry--American journalism has reached a nadir, yet with all its well-documented faults, journalism is vital to the health of our democracy, the glue of information that holds this complex nation together. This book shows the most important roles that journalism plays in the world's oldest democracy. Two seasoned educators and practitioners of journalism have assembled a team of writers who look beyond the critics to show that there is much to be ...

What Good Is Journalism?: How Reporters and Editors Are Saving America's Way of Life 2007, University of Missouri Press

ISBN-13: 9780826217318

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What Good Is Journalism?: How Reporters and Editors Are Saving America's Way of Life 2007, University of Missouri Press

ISBN-13: 9780826217301

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