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The Conversation of Journalism

Communication, Community, and News

; Robert Dardenne ; George Killenberg

The Conversation of Journalism

Arguing in the first book-length exploration of a conversational and dialogic model for journalism that accurately reporting the news is a surprisingly limiting if not disabling mission, the authors draw optimistically on past strengths of the media, especially print journalism, to reform and redefine a more ecumenical, constructive, participative, and democratically responsive role for journalism's institutional future. Les mer
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The Conversation of Journalism

Arguing in the first book-length exploration of a conversational and dialogic model for journalism that accurately reporting the news is a surprisingly limiting if not disabling mission, the authors draw optimistically on past strengths of the media, especially print journalism, to reform and redefine a more ecumenical, constructive, participative, and democratically responsive role for journalism's institutional future. The book's scope is wide, and it includes many current trends: minority voices, contextualizing the news, providing interactive community forums, reconciling informational and entertainment functions, creating public opinion, and understanding the nature of bias.

Foreword: Making the News Relevant to Democracy by John J. Pauly Introduction Reconsidering Journalism: News within a Democratic Dialogue The Conversation of Journalism: A Metaphor for News News and Realities: Exploring Practice and Promise Ecumenical Journalism: The Multicultural and Multidisciplinary Commons Connecting with Community: Journalism and Responsibility The Listening Role for Journalism: A Place in Public Conversation Newstelling: Once upon a Time in Journalism Journalism's Emerging Agenda: Toward a Journalism that Communicates Index

Contemporary journalism's most appropriate cultural role is to stimulate and legitimize dialogue about public controversy. To do so, say these authors, it should redefine itself as a forum for disciplined and informed conversation.

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