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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Marvin N Olasky; Warren Cole Smith
|Notes:||Called "25th anniversary edition" on back cover.|
|Description:||xxiv, 342 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction to the 25th anniversary edition --
Introduction to the first edition --
Part one : Departure. The decline of American journalism --
Spiking the spiritual --
Not without personal cost --
Man's subjectivity vs. God's plumb line --
Part two : Exile. Ethics without Christ? --
Libel : utilitarian justice vs. biblical truth-telling --
Press vs. public --
Perceptive media watching --
Part three : Return? Network news and local newspapers : the coming economic judgment --
The devil in the electrons --
Coverage of sensation and disaster : the gaining and keeping of audiences --
Crusading on social and political issues : personalization and persistence --
A Christian journalism revival? --
Appendixes. The best of the worst : examples of media bias --
Additional resources --
Public relations, theology, and practice.
|Responsibility:||Marvin Olasky, Warren Cole Smith.|
In the nineteenth century, leading newspapers reported from a Christian perspective. Today, however, print and TV journalists increasingly take an anti-Christian stance while claiming to be neutral. Prodigal Press uncovers the shift to secular humanism that has radically altered what the media cover and how they report it. Issuing a clarion call for Christians to reclaim American journalism, Olasky and Smith examine the influence of worldviews on reporting, objectivity, sensationalism, and crusading; the impact of legal, ethical, and technological changes; and the changes brought about by the 24/7 news cycle, the Internet, and social media. - Back cover.
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