What is a jour·na·list?

Barton, Gina
May 2002
Quill;May2002, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on the definition of journalism. U.S. policy to accredit online reporters; Problem in defining a journalist; Purpose of journalism; Principles that consist of the theory of journalism.


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