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Greenwald v. Keller: What They Missed and Why It Matters

In short, neither Keller’s nor Greenwald’s approach is the only consideration on the road to journalistic salvation. That being so, how should journalists go about spreading the truth to the citizenry in a way that does not alienate the very … Continue reading

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The Tangled Web of Objectivity: Two Prevailing Views

by Matthew L. Schafer and Regina G. Lawrence A recent study of Sarah Palin’s “death panel” remark as played out in United States’ healthcare debate illuminates the tangled practice that is variously described as “journalistic objectivity.” Through the study of … Continue reading

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