Group 4 - initial resources
Baker, C, Edwin, “The Classic Marketplace of Ideas Theory” in Human Liberty and Freedom of Speech. New York: Oxford University Press, 1989.
Commission on Freedom of the Press, “The Requirements” from A Free and Responsible Press. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1947.
Elliot, Deni and Charles Culver: “Defining and Analyzing Journalistic Deception” in Journal of Mass Media Ethics, Vol. 7, No.2, (1992).
Kovach, Bill, and Tomm Rosensteil, “Verification” from The Elements of Journalism. New York: Crown Publishers, 2001.
Lippman, Walter, “Stereotypes” from Public Opinion. New York: The Free Press, 1965.
Paterson, Philip, and Lee Wilkins, “Privacy” from Media Ethics, Fifth Edition. New York: McGraw Hill, 2005.
Radio/Television News Directors Code (From Website, July 2006).
Siebert, Fred, “Libertarian Theory,” in Four Theories of the Press. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1963.
Society of Professional Journalists Code (From Website, July 2006).
Grewel. "Why blogging began." The Toronto Star. Dec 13, 2005.
Biggs. "DIT Journalism must pass the truth test." South China Morning Post. March 7, 2006
Jarvis. "The bloggers and journalists are comrades-at-keyboards." The Guardian (London). August 21, 2006.
And many Web site links:
This link discusses bloggings role as a form of journalism http://www.secretlair.com/index.php?/clickableculture/entry/notes_blogging_vs_journalism/
this link is a blog that discuss how blogging and journalism overlap http://nymag.com/news/media/15971/
this link takes you to a chronogoly of the history of blogging
this links to the rise of professional journalism today http://journalism.nyu.edu/pubzone/weblogs/pressthink/2005/01/21/berk_essy.html
this links to an essay about how the debate between bloggers and journalists is over http://iml.jou.ufl.edu/projects/Fall03/Landreville/society_journalism.htm
this link discusses journalism vs. blogging