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Journalism and Technology | Media Ethics | Media Issues | Media Trends | Objectivity Problems | Political Correctness | Sensationalism  | Serving the Public | U.S. Journalism's Blinders


Click on a title below to access the article. (The World & I issue that the article appeared in is found in parentheses.)

U.S. Journalism's Blinders

Why the Dearth of Communist Film Villains?  (Jun 2002) 
Ignoring Foreign News  (May 2000) 
Chinagate: Network Blind Spot?  (Aug 1999) 
Aversion to Africa  (Jul 1998) 
A Case of Religiophobia?  (Aug 1995) 
Distorting the Homeless Numbers  (Dec 1991) 
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