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Cultural Studies; Culture Industries, Media As; Democracy and the Media; First Amendment and the Media; Functions of the Media; Globalization of Media Industries;; Journalism, History Of; News Production Theories; Pulitzer, Joseph; Social Change and the Media; Society and the Media.

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Johnstone, John W. C.; Slawski, Edward J.; and Bowman, William W. (1976). The News People: A Sociological Portrait of American Journalists and Their Work. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Kimball, Penn. (1965). "Journalism: Art, Craft, or Profession?" In The Professions in America, ed. Kenneth Lynn. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

McLeod, Jack M., and Hawley, Searle E., Jr. (1964). "Professionalization Among Newsmen." Journalism...

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