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JOUR 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: False Light, Neutral Reportage, Internet Privacy
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Public figures: may be considered a public figure if their achievement or notoriety places them in the public eye or if they seek attention by voluntarily thrusting themselves into a public controversy, if brought into spo...

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JOUR 201
Gerald Mizejewski
JOUR 201 Lecture 5: Chapter 5
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JOUR 201 Lecture 1: Chapter 1
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JOUR 201 Lecture 3: Chapter 7
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JOUR 201 Lecture 6: Interviewing
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JOUR 201 Lecture 7: Chapter 21
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JOUR 201 Lecture 2: News basics
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JOUR 201 Lecture 4: Chapter 4
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JOUR 201 Lecture 8: Covering meetings, speeches, talk shows
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JOUR 201 Lecture 9: Basics of interviewing
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JOUR 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Barbara Walters, Sergey Brin, John Cameron Swayze
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Media Law-Libel (continued) 5 steps for liEbel (2100e) Libel is a TORT A tort is a legally recognized harm that views the injured party the right to sue the injure...

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JOUR 200
Ira Chinoy
JOUR 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Social Movement, Data Journalism, New York Post
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Ritchie: Societys Critics (1900-1945) pg: 161-162 Progressive era Muckrakers: used media to bring attention to issue they believed to be wrong Public outrage prompted the ...

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Ira Chinoy
JOUR 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Industrial Revolution, Ethnic Conflict, Norman Rockwell
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Session 16: Magazines continued Time Magazine Time wanted to be seen as fair but opinion was baked into the articles Time style, used distinctive words One historian gives this d...

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JOUR 200
Ira Chinoy
JOUR 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Safety Valve, Nonpartisanism, False Advertising
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Revolution and the Early Republic: Press Freedom, Repression and Debate First Newspapers Boston: 1690 Boston: 1704 (1st to succeed) Philadelphia: 1719 New York: 1725 First in the other 10 colonies Maryland: 1727 Rhode Isla...

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Ira Chinoy
JOUR 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Merriam-Webster, False Equivalence, News Values
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Kovach and Rosenstiel Reading transactioncommunication of news, not a lecture Journalists have lost their values our generation needs to work to get these values back news=connection to outside world, extension of rights P...

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Ira Chinoy

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