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New Country, New Journalists.

Queen's Quarterly 2003, Summer, 110, 2

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Every society has a discreet, almost unconscious coding of shared understanding - insider humour, insider cynicism, an unspoken attachment to values, and a sense of belonging. We feel pride in our society's achievements, even when these occurred long before we were born, just as we feel shame for injustices that took place before we came into the world and into this society. But like the rest of the world, Canada's people today are a much more connected, complicated community than we were only twenty years ago. And the country's journalists, even more than other citizens, must be better attuned than ever to the subtleties of our many shared messages. PROPAGANDA, ideology, and bias are extremely easy to promote in any kind of information medium, if you know how. And by "information" I mean not only newspapers, television, radio, and the Internet, but also advertising. People need diverse and quality sources of information in order to make sense not only of their own lives but also of their community. As a society, we have to worry, therefore, if our citizens are not dealt a full deck of information. And this is the job of the journalists and editors, broadcasters, publishers, and media owners.

New Country, New Journalists.
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  • Category: Performing Arts
  • Published: 22 June 2003
  • Publisher: Queen's Quarterly
  • Print Length: 9 Pages
  • Language: English
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