Definition of 'journalism' is a sticky question

Mohl, Jeffrey D.
May 2002
Quill;May2002, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p3
Trade Publication
Comments on the definition of journalism. Argument for defining a journalist; Importance of rights to free speech and free press to journalists.


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