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|ISBN:||9780745647357 0745647359 9780745647340 0745647340|
|Description:||xii, 260 p. ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||Why and when did journalistic objectivity arise? --
What are the main objections to journalistic objectivity? --
Why is there so much dispute over 'the facts'? --
What are the grounds on which journalistic objectivity has been defended? --
Is objectivity a passive or active process? --
Can objectivity coexist with politidal or ethical commitment? --
Is objectivity changing in an era of 24/7 news and on-line journalism? --
Is objectivity a universal journalistic norm?
|Series Title:||Key concepts in journalism.|
' Objectivity in Journalism is an invaluable guide to the debates about objectivity. At a time when superficial attacks on objectivity proliferate, Maras forces us to think more deeply about the