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Why journalism schools won’t quit Fox News
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To people who publish facts, it’s appealing to think of them as powerful. But people’s belief systems go a lot deeper than facts.
“We will be increasingly likely to hear that pro-democracy reporting is biased, dangerous, and un-American.” Michael W. Wagner
“In 2023, journalists can choose to relegate cynical elite displays of identity threat to mere footnotes.” Dannagal G. Young
“Journalists can’t be so cavalier as to assume that ‘shedding light’ on antisemitism, transphobia, homophobia, xenophobia, and racism is always either harmless or beneficial.” A.J. Bauer
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“Definitely craigslist…. I don’t know that facebook is really to blame for anything specific.” And maybe the Pope did endorse Trump after all!
“How do you produce journalism that strengthens elections? That’s the question that runs through my mind every day.”