By Stuart Allan
The occasions of September eleven proceed to resonate in robust, but occasionally unforeseen methods. for plenty of reporters, the main issue has decisively recast their experience of the area round them. primary notions of what it ability to be a journalist, how top to perform journalism, and what the general public can quite anticipate of reporters within the identify of democracy, were shaken to their foundations. Journalism After September eleven examines how the nerve-racking assaults of that day proceed to remodel the character of journalism, really within the usa and Britain.
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Moreover, numerous uncertainties still remain regarding the capacity of journalism, as an institution, to learn from both the high points and failings that emerged from efforts to cover September 11 with integrity. The chapters gathered here address such uncertainties. By engaging with the intertwining of issues like trauma, censorship, impartiality, patriotism, free 15 B A R B I E Z E L I Z E R A N D S T U A RT A L L A N speech, and celebrity, they segue across the horizon of journalistic form and practice.
As a result of these kinds of tensions the role of journalists as “patriotic citizens” has surfaced as the subject of intense debate in some quarters, not least in newsrooms across the US. Several networks carried on-air banners, logos, or graphics with US ﬂags ﬂying, while some journalists and news anchors began wearing red, white, and blue ribbons or ﬂag pins on their lapels. CBS anchor Dan Rather believed the practice was understandable, commenting: “I’ve always felt I’ve had a ﬂag in my heart every day, and that I don’t need to wear one on my sleeve.
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Journalism After September 11 (Communication and Society) by Stuart Allan