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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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As someone who has worked as an advocacy journalist for about 15 years, I have seen and experienced many things, mostly good, but some bad.
I'm an advocacy journalist. I make no bones about it.
Wolf's transition from pure activist to advocacy journalist occurred during the run-up to the U.S.-led war in Iraq in 2003.
He called himself an advocacy journalist, which meant he considered himself a participatory journalist who believed in participatory politics.
Has the United Nations Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) discovered that "at least 200 children are dying every day...as a direct result of sanctions," as advocacy journalist John Pilger maintains on his Web site?
From the inside, Fitzwater said, the so-called advocacy journalist seems like"people questioning your motivation, which people just absolutely resent."
As an advocacy journalist, my work to eradicate violence against women (VAW) and violence against children (VAC) was also driven by my experience growing up in a neighbourhood with high rates of violence.
"An advocacy journalist is ordinarily understood to have known the truth before he got the facts," Carter continued.
Advocacy journalists; a biographical dictionary of writers and editors.
New to some readers may be the prominence of advocacy journalists, especially David Bossie and his anti-Clinton group called Citizens United.
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