advocacy journalism


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Related to advocacy journalism: Citizen journalism, New Journalism

advocacy journalism

n.
Journalism in which the writer or the publication expresses a subjective view or promotes a certain cause.

advocacy journalist n.
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Advocacy journalism and activism intentionally adopt a non-objective viewpoint.
Oftentimes, non-mainstream "news" outlets trade in opinion, advocacy journalism, whataboutism, conspiracy theories and worse.
Still active at age 74, Lyon would later channel his powerful social conscience and advocacy journalism into explorations of Texas prisoners, undocumented workers, street children in Colombia, and coal miners in China.
It is an irreverent lifestyle entity for dreamers and doers, providing advocacy journalism for proactive people about entertainment, politics, current world events, technology, the environment, philanthropy, fashion and more.
The fate of this bill had yet to be determined as E&P went to press, but the political response is certainly indicative of the power of advocacy journalism.
Two-time Man Booker Prize winner (Oscar and Lucinda and True History of the Kelly Gang) Peter Carey's 13th novel is a darkly satiric tale of cyber activism, modern Australian history and the exhilaration and perils of advocacy journalism.
She describes her experiences with these workshops and how to plan and launch them, and provides mini-lessons about writing procedures, craft, conventions, and spelling, and reading procedures, practice, and literature, as well as ways to respond to reading, assessment strategies, and lessons for studies of poetry, memoir, short fiction, reviews, essays, advocacy journalism, profiles, and humor and homage.
In Mainstream Media, contributions include media perceptions, the need for investigative and advocacy journalism, and the importance of Indigenous languages and content.
Both the political left and right come in for criticism here, the left for demanding advocacy journalism instead of reporting, the right for demanding no ties to government at the cost of journalistic access and for blocking objective reporting that uncovers injustice.
Yet the silence in the journalistic community about Greenwald's advocacy journalism, and his exaggerations in print and in his TV appearances, was deafening in the weeks immediately after the story broke.
An English curriculum overloaded with advocacy journalism or with "informational" articles chosen for their topical and/or political nature should raise serious concerns among parents, school leaders, and policymakers.
declares his position as one of the original players in the ongoing Occupy Wall Street movement, freeing the pic to be an impassioned work of advocacy journalism and an illustrated manifesto intended to get his audience involved.
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