advocacy journalism


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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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At the same time, the shift from print to digital platforms makes opining easier, opening the door for the oxymoronic endeavor known as advocacy journalism.
Thomas L Knapp (Twitter: @thomaslknapp) is a director and senior news analyst at the William Lloyd Garrison Center for Libertarian Advocacy Journalism ( thegarrisoncenter.org ).
Some subjects explored include journalism ethics, journalism as public space, politics and the free press, entrepreneurial journalism, and advocacy journalism. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
Also arising in this era was advocacy journalism, an attempt to not just report a story, but to act as a force of social good, to become agents of change.
The first story is the Nairobi hit squad, first reported on May 1, and the second is the acquittal on May 7 of Pastor James Nganga.ADVOCACYbrThe Nation clearly resorts to advocacy journalism.
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.
Some of the questions its critics have posed are almost inevitable for a work at the intersection of sociology and advocacy journalism. Is the author just recording observations or is she trying to reveal a larger truth?
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