News, Documentary and Advocacy Journalism

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Charles, Mathew;
  • Publisher: CJCR: Centre for Journalism and Communication Research, Bournemouth University

This chapter examines how alternative models of journalism are emerging to counter the news values associated with the so-called mainstream media - news values, which are increasingly criticised for serving only the interests of the political and economic elite. In part... View more
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