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The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
The Purpose of Journalism
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The Purpose of Journalism
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The Purpose of Journalism

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Lecture for Kovach and Rosenstiel, The Elements of Journalism, Chap. 1

Lecture for Kovach and Rosenstiel, The Elements of Journalism, Chap. 1

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  • 1. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism The Purpose of Journalism And Why Its Future Is at RiskB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 2. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism What is journalism for?B RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 3. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism What is journalism for? “The primary purpose of journalism is to provide citizens with the information they need to be free and self-governing.”B RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 4. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism What is government for?B RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 5. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism What is government for? “The primary purpose of government is _______ ___________________________________.”B RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 6. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism“Two constitutional principles haveclashed: the government’s view ofnational security and the newspapers’view of their freedom to print.” Eric Sevareid, CBS News June 30, 1971B RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 7. http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/LTE0OTY4NjMwNDM
  • 8. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Journalism is so fundamental to the concept of creating community and democracy that…B RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 9. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalismB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 10. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism …a free press was among the first rights the Founding Fathers of this country felt it necessary to secure in the Bill of Rights.B RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 11. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalismB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 12. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.B RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 13. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Journalism is so fundamental to the concept of creating community and democracy that…B RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 14. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalismB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 15. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism …societies that want to suppress freedom must first suppress the press.B RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 16. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism …societies that want to suppress freedom must first suppress the press. Recent Examples?B RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 17. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Threats to Journalism TodayB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 18. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Threats to Journalism Today •InternetB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 19. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Threats to Journalism Today •Internet •Shifts in reader/consumer behaviorsB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 20. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Threats to Journalism Today •Internet •Shifts in reader/consumer behaviors •GovernmentB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 21. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Threats to Journalism Today •Internet •Shifts in reader/consumer behaviors •Government •Self-destructive behaviors and attitudesB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 22. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Threats to Journalism Today •Internet •Shifts in reader/consumer behaviors •Government •Self-destructive behaviors and attitudes •Corporate conglomerationsB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 23. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Threats to Journalism Today •Internet •Shifts in reader/consumer behaviors •Government •Self-destructive behaviors and attitudes •Corporate conglomerations •GlobalizationB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 24. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Threats from the InternetB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 25. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Threats from the Internet •BlogsB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 26. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Threats from the Internet •Blogs •Citizen journalismB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 27. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Threats from the Internet •Blogs •Citizen journalism •Movement of advertising away from traditional mediaB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 28. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Threats from the Internet •Blogs •Citizen journalism •Movement of advertising away from traditional media •News aggregatorsB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 29. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Self-destructive Behaviors and AttitudesB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 30. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Self-destructive Behaviors and Attitudes •Plagiarism, betraying public trustB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 31. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Self-destructive Behaviors and Attitudes •Plagiarism, betraying public trust •Responding to business pressures by appealing lowest common denominatorB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 32. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism Self-destructive Behaviors and Attitudes •Plagiarism, betraying public trust •Responding to business pressures by appealing lowest common denominator •Arrogance about journalism’s gatekeeper roleB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 33. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism The Theory of the Interlocking PublicB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 34. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism The Theory of the Interlocking Public InvolvedB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 35. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism The Theory of the Interlocking Public Involved InterestedB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 36. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism The Theory of the Interlocking Public Involved Interested UninterestedB RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR
  • 37. cm 1 35  an introduction to journalism What will we do if newspaper go under? How will our news change? http://idorosen.com/mirrors/robinsloan.com/epic/B RUCE C LARY I NSTRUCTOR

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