The conversation of journalism: Communication, community, and news.
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Draws on media's past strengths to define a more responsive role for journalism's future. This work covers many current trends: minority voices, providing interactive community forums, reconciling informational and entertainment functions, understanding bias and creating public opinion.
Dardenne, Robert Ward; Anderson, Rob; and Killenberg, G. Michael, "The conversation of journalism: Communication, community, and news." (1994). Faculty Books. 32.