Identifying Journalism

 

The News: Journalism or Gossip

Journalism as defined by Merriam-Webster Dictionary is, “writing characterized by a direct presentation of facts or description of events without an attempt at interpretation.” A journalist is someone that writes and publishes articles at fall under Merriam-Websters definition of journalism. These articles are are constructed based on evidence and facts about a topic.

Even though journalism is fact based that doesn’t meant that it isn’t biased. Depending on the newspaper or news source the bias might change. Factual information can be skewed or formatted to fit a perspective. Even though such articles fall under the journalism category rather than the gossip category doesn’t mean that the information might have been chosen specifically to prove a point.

Unbiased news sources are few and far between. These news sources are known for not putting a spin on articles to fill an agenda. They also don’t state or favor one political stance…

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