Social Science


Objectivity Between Illusions and Professional Standards in Today’s Journalism

Authors: Xenia Negrea

In this paper we approached the problem of objectivity in Romanian press. We presented the newest and also the most pertinent definitions of the subject and we have found that the researchers` opinions are divergent. As a case study we chose a newspaper known in the Romanian media market as having a very high level of subjectivity and partisanship. We analyzed this publication during the parliamentary election in 2012 and we identified the manners in which the journalists express their subjectivity.

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[v1] 2015-01-03 15:08:24
[v2] 2015-01-07 15:49:11

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