Thinking clearly : cases in journalistic decision-making

TitleThinking clearly : cases in journalistic decision-making
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2003
AuthorsRosenstiel, T, Mitchell, AS
Pagination416 p.
PublisherColumbia University Press
Place PublishedNew York
Publication Languageeng
ISBN Number9780231125895
Accession Number50960838
Call NumberLC: PN4756; Dewey: 174/.9097
KeywordsJOURNALISTIC , Journalistic ethics -- Case studies. , Reporters , Reporters and reporting -- Case studies.
AbstractWritten by professional journalists, this collection of case studies is meant to provoke conversation about the issues that shape the production and presentation of the news. The volume is a survey of real-life cases faced by journalists, and covers issues such as questions of privacy and the public interest, standards of verification of the truthfulness of a story, and the commercial imperatives of newsroom culture. The link below leads to supplementary materials and case studies extracted from the text.
Notes23 cm.Introduction / James W. Carey -- McCarthyism, 1950-1954 / John Herbers -- Internet journalism and the Starr investigation / J.D. Lasica -- Columbine school shooting: live television coverage / Alicia C. Shepard -- Minnesota basketball cheating case / Geneva Overholser -- The massacre at El Mozote / Stanley Meisler -- Watergate / James M. Perry -- New Orleans Times-Picayune series on racism / Jack Nelson -- John McCain's 2000 presidential campaign: political reporting / Jon Margolis.Includes bibliographical references.edited by Thomas Rosenstiel and Amy S. Mitchell. More Records: Show record informationBook
URLhttp://www.journalism.org/node/1752
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