Project Censored s State of the Free Press 2022

The deadline for nominating Censored stories for the next volume is March 31, 2022. Criteria for Project Censored news story nominations: 1) A censored news story reports information that the public has a right and a need to know, ...

Author: Andy Lee Roth

Publisher: Seven Stories Press

ISBN: 9781644211182

Category: Political Science

Page: 304

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As the United States grapples with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the nation’s living legacy of systemic racism, and partisan threats to the foundations of democracy, the integrity of news and Project Censored's survey of underreported news stories has never been more important. This 2022 edition of Project Censored's State of the Free Press offers a comprehensive survey of the most important but underreported news stories of 2021 and a comparative analysis of the current state of corporate and independent news media, and its effect on democracy. The establishment media sustains a decrepit post-truth era, as examined the lowlight features: "Junk Food News"-frivolous stories that distract the public from actual news-and-"News Abuse"-important stories covered in ways that undermine public understanding. The alternative media provokes a burgeoning critical media literacy age, as evaluated in the highlight feature: "Media Democracy in Action"-relevant stories responsibly reported on by independent organizations. Finally, in an homage to the history of the annual report, the editors reinstate the "Déjà vu News" feature-revisited stories from previous editions. State of the Free Press 2022 endows readers with the critical thinking and media literacy skills required to hold the corporate media to account for distorting or censoring news coverage, and thus, to revitalize our democracy.
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Project Censored s State of the Free Press 2023

Mickey Huff and Andy Lee Roth, “A Return to News Normalcy,” in Project Censored's State of the Free Press 2022, eds. Andy Lee Roth and Mickey Huff (Fair Oaks, CA and New York: The Censored Press and Seven Stories Press), 5–6.

Author: Mickey Huff

Publisher: Seven Stories Press

ISBN: 9781644212387

Category: Political Science

Page: 311

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As the United States grapples with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the nation’s living legacy of systemic inequalities, and partisan threats to the foundations of democracy, the integrity of news—the focus of Project’s Censored’s work and this book—has never been more important. State of the Free Press 2023 continues Project Censored’s tradition of publicizing the most important stories ignored or obscured by the news establishment, exposing the lies and spin of corporate Junk Food News (frivolous stories that distract the public from actual news) and News Abuse (important stories covered in ways that undermine public understanding) while promoting the best independent journalism, research, and activism. Most importantly, this edition helps endow readers with the critical media literacy skills required to hold power to account for distorting or censoring news coverage. State of the Free Press 2023 is a joint production of The Censored Press and Seven Stories Press.
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Project Censored s State of the Free Press 2022

This 2022 edition of Project Censored's State of the Free Press offers a comprehensive survey of the most important but underreported news stories of 2021 and a comparative analysis of the current state of corporate and independent news ...

Author: Andy Lee Roth

Publisher: National Geographic Books

ISBN: 9781644211175

Category: Political Science

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As the United States grapples with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the nation’s living legacy of systemic racism, and partisan threats to the foundations of democracy, the integrity of news and Project Censored's survey of underreported news stories has never been more important. This 2022 edition of Project Censored's State of the Free Press offers a comprehensive survey of the most important but underreported news stories of 2021 and a comparative analysis of the current state of corporate and independent news media, and its effect on democracy. The establishment media sustains a decrepit post-truth era, as examined the lowlight features: "Junk Food News"-frivolous stories that distract the public from actual news-and-"News Abuse"-important stories covered in ways that undermine public understanding. The alternative media provokes a burgeoning critical media literacy age, as evaluated in the highlight feature: "Media Democracy in Action"-relevant stories responsibly reported on by independent organizations. Finally, in an homage to the history of the annual report, the editors reinstate the "Déjà vu News" feature-revisited stories from previous editions. State of the Free Press 2022 endows readers with the critical thinking and media literacy skills required to hold the corporate media to account for distorting or censoring news coverage, and thus, to revitalize our democracy. State of the Free Press 2022 is a joint production of The Censored Press and Seven Stories Press.
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Project Censored s State of the Free Press 2021

Project. Censored. Nominate a Story To nominate a Censored story, send us a copy of the article and include the name of the source ... Thus, stories submitted for State of the Free Press | 2022 should be no older than April 2020.

Author: Mickey Huff

Publisher: Seven Stories Press

ISBN: 9781644210277

Category: Political Science

Page: 224

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The new and improved "Censored," detailing the top censored stories and media analysis of 2020. Our nation's oldest news-monitoring group, Project Censored, refreshes its longstanding yearbook series, Censored, with State of the Free Press 2021. This edition offers a more succinct and comprehensive survey of the most important but underreported news stories of 2020; in addition to a comparative analysis of the current state of corporate and independent news media, and its effect on democracy. The establishment media sustains a decrepit post-truth era, as examined the lowlight features: "Junk Food News"-frivolous stories that distract the public from actual news-and-"News Abuse"-important stories covered in ways that undermine public understanding. The alternative media provokes a burgeoning critical media literacy age, as evaluated in the highlight feature: "Media Democracy in Action"-relevant stories responsibly reported on by independent organizations. Finally, in an homage to the history of the annual report, the editors reinstate the "Déjà vu News" feature-revisited stories from previous editions. State of the Free Press 2021 endows readers with the critical thinking and media literacy skills required to hold the corporate media to account for distorting or censoring news coverage, and thus, to revitalize our democracy.
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Let s Agree to Disagree

A Critical Thinking Guide to Communication, Conflict Management, and Critical Media Literacy Nolan Higdon, Mickey Huff ... 13 editions of the Project's yearbook, including most recently Project Censored's State of the Free Press (2022), ...

Author: Nolan Higdon

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000543162

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 236

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In an age defined by divisive discourse and disinformation, democracy hangs in the balance. Let’s Agree to Disagree seeks to reverse these trends by fostering constructive dialogue through critical thinking and critical media literacy. This transformative text introduces readers to useful theories, powerful case studies, and easily adoptable strategies for becoming sharper critical thinkers, more effective communicators, and critically media literate citizens.
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The Future of the Presidency Journalism and Democracy

Mi ey Huff is Director of Project Censored and President of the Media Freedom Foundation. He has co-edited 12 editions of the Project Censored yearbook, most recently titled, Project Censored's 2021 State of the Free Press.

Author: Robert E. Gutsche, Jr.

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000577198

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 360

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This volume examines the effects of Donald Trump’s presidency on journalistic practices, rhetoric, and discourses. Rooted in critical theory and cultural studies, it asks what life may be like without Trump, not only for journalism but also for American society more broadly. The book places perspectives and tensions around the Trump presidency in one spot, focusing on the underlying ideological forces in tensions around media trust, Trumpism, and the role of journalism in it all. It explores how journalists dealt with racist rhetoric from the White House, relationships between the Office of the President and social media companies, citizens, and journalists themselves, while questioning whether journalism has learned the right lessons for the future. More importantly, chapters on liberal media "bias," the First 100 Days of the Biden Presidency, gender, and race, and how journalists should adopt measures to "reduce harm" hint as to where politics and journalism may go next. Reshaping the scholarly and public discourse about where we are headed in terms of the presidency and publics, social media, and journalism, this book will be an important resource for scholars and graduate students of journalism, media studies, communication studies, political science, race and ethnic studies and sociology.
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Let s Agree to Disagree

This transformative text introduces readers to useful theories, powerful case studies, and easily adoptable strategies for becoming sharper critical thinkers, more effective communicators, and critically media literate citizens"--

Author: Nolan Higdon

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1003250904

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 222

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"In an age defined by divisive discourse and disinformation, democracy hangs in the balance. Let's Agree to Disagree seeks to reverse these trends by fostering constructive dialogue through critical thinking and critical media literacy. This transformative text introduces readers to useful theories, powerful case studies, and easily adoptable strategies for becoming sharper critical thinkers, more effective communicators, and critically media literate citizens"--
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Library Journal

... 236-37 ; Conn . school board lifts ban on Ross , 2022-23 ; Cranston Library under fire : Sensuous Woman strikes ... Fairfield parent protest : sex education books , 1851 ; Ginzburg jailing and state censorship laws scored by NJLA ...

Author: Melvil Dewey

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ISBN: UCSC:32106021024481

Category: Libraries

Page: 1200

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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.
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World Currency Yearbook

... government seducing foreign donors with free - market economic policies , the response to the threat of a general strike was classically authoritarian . A state of emergency was declared , the military mobilized , the press censored ...

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ISBN: PSU:000010517833

Category: Banks and banking, Central

Page: 976

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