The sociology of education is based in three differing theories of perspectives: Structural functionalists, conflict theory, and structure and agency.
The Civil War had a profound effect on American journalism.
The power of Mithridates had been broken by previous victories of Lucullus, and it was only left to Pompey to bring the war to a conclusion.
The fast and vast growth of the Internet and World Wide Web has spawned the newest medium for journalism, online journalism.
The New York dailies continued to redefine journalism.
Journalism exists in a number of mass media: newspapers, television, radio, magazines and, most recently, the World Wide Web through the Internet.
Paparrigopoulos maintains that an unprecedented regression descended upon the city, whose glory perished as a result of Pericles' populist policies.
Supporters of democratic globalization can be labeled pro-globalists.
Today, business reporting is a burgeoning field within journalism, and one of the most profitable.
Ambush journalism has not been ruled illegal in the United States, although doing it on private property could open a journalist to being charged with trespassing.
Aggrieved admirers everywhere expressed remorse that Princess Diana was not allowed more privacy in her personal life.
Experts and scholars are welcome in Dewey's framework, but there is not the hierarchical structure present in Lippman's understanding of journalism and society.
Like radio, television was quickly adopted as a medium for journalism, with today many networks around the world devoted entirely to television journalism including CNN, BBC, and al Jazeera.
Aggressive marketing campaigns launched by the Kerala Tourism Development Corporation, the government agency that oversees tourism prospects of the state, laid the foundation for the growth of the tourism industry.
Investigative journalism involves journalists investigating and exposing unethical, immoral and illegal behavior by individuals, businesses and government agencies.
The Pulitzer Prize, administered by Columbia University in New York City, is awarded to newspapers, magazines, and broadcast media for excellence in various kinds of journalism.
In broadcast journalism the story, images, and interviews are tailored to create an unbalanced impression of the subject matter.
The bulk of online journalism has been the extension of existing print and broadcast media into the Web via online versions of their primary products.
News-oriented journalism has been described as the "first rough draft of history" (often attributed to Philip Graham), because journalists often record important events, producing news articles on short deadlines.
Print journalism can be split into several categories: newspapers, news magazines, general interest magazines, trade magazines, hobby magazines, newsletters, private publications, online news pages, and others.
Detailed and in-depth business journalism is found in dedicated business or financial publications, radio and television channels.
Lippmann understood the role of journalism to be a mediator or translator between the public and policymaking elites.
Business journalism tracks, records, analyzes and interprets the economic changes taking place in a society, from personal finance, to business at the local market, to performance of well-known and lesser-known companies.
The growth of "blogs" (shortened from “web-logs”) or online journals as a source of news—and especially opinion on the news has forever changed journalism.
Over time, his idea has been implemented in various degrees, and is more commonly known as "community journalism.
Their differing philosophies still characterize the debate about the role of journalism in society.
The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism gives the Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Awards for excellence in radio and television journalism, and the Scripps Howard Foundation gives the National Journalism Awards in 17 categories.
Newspapers and periodicals often contain "features" written by journalists, many of whom specialize in this form of in-depth journalism.
Journalism has as its main activity the reporting of events—stating who, what, when, where, why and how—and explaining the significance and effect of events or trends.
An emphasis on the accurate description of statistical performances of athletes is also an important part of sports journalism.
The cost of sending telegraph messages helped create a new concise or "tight" style of writing which became a standard for journalism through the next century.
Science journalism is a relatively new branch of journalism, in which journalists' reporting conveys information on science topics to the public.
Journalism is the reporting, writing, editing, photographing, or broadcasting of news.
A less reputable area of journalism that grew in stature in the twentieth century is "celebrity" or "people" journalism.