The Wolf in Reporter’s Clothing

The Wolf in Reporter’s Clothing

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Here is the final posting assignment for this class. Please read this speech by John Carroll, who at the time was editor of the Los Angeles Times, and do the following:

  1. In one simple sentence, write the main point of his speech. (50 points) I’m going to help you out here by giving you the beginning of this sentence: Pseudo-journalism isn’t journalism at all because…
  2. Do you agree or disagree with that point? Why or why not? (25 points)

Provide at least one piece of outside research that supports your answer to question No. 2. The more authoritative research you provide the better your chance for a good score.

Minimum length: 100 words

The Rise of Pseudo-Journalism in America

The Wolf in Reporter’s Clothing:

University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication

May 6, 2004

By John S. Carroll, editor, Los Angeles Times

 

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