Rethinking the Science Beat

Friedhoff, Stefanie
September 2002
Nieman Reports;Fall2002, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p23
Discusses the significance of the broader context of cultural assumptions in journalism. Importance of cultural assumptions in shaping the questions asked, responses given and stories told; Context of cultural assumptions; Impact of cultural differences on journalism.


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