Sentences with «journalism»

« One result of cheaper printing and increased purchasing power was "yellow" journalism, sensationalist accounts of political events that stretched the truth to sell copies. »
« In general, the kind of journalism that exploded in the late 19th century lent itself to the cultivation of scandal. Important events and trends were linked to the sensationalist journalism of the time. »
« In short, the politics of the latter part of the 19th century were embedded in journalism. As almost every state in Europe moved towards male suffrage, leaders were often shocked by the fact that they had to cultivate public opinion to pass the laws they supported. »
« Back at school, emboldened by my experience with her, I started dating a journalism student. »

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