Elements of journalism what newspeople should know and the public should expect
By: Kovach, Bill | Rosenstiel, Tom.Material type: BookPublisher: New York Three Rivers Press 2001Description: xv,332p. 21 cm.ISBN: 9780804136785.Subject(s): Journalistic ethics | Journalism -- United StatesDDC classification: 071.3
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Includes bibiographical references and index.
Introduction -- What is journalism for? -- Truth: the first and most confusing principle -- Who journalists work for -- Journalism of verification -- Independence from faction -- Monitor power and offer voice to the voiceless -- Journalism as a public forum -- Engagement and relevance -- Make the news comprehensive and proportional -- Journalists have a responsibility to conscience -- The rights and responsibilities of citizens.