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The responsibility of the press. by Gerald Gross

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Published by Fleet Pub. Corp. in New York .
Written in English


  • Journalism -- Social aspects

Book details:

LC ClassificationsPN4749 .G7
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 416 p.
Number of Pages416
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5986552M
LC Control Number66016526

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The Government is alike justifiable in holding to a rigid responsibility the conductors of the Journal of Commerce and the World whether the wrong they have done came from malice or neglect. The role of the press is to support this in two ways: 1) to inform the public on what is being discussed, and the background to what is being discussed, and 2) to promote conversation and debate around political issues so that no change or action may go through unnoticed, for such things, not being approved by the public, cannot with any certainty represent the will of the public. the Social Responsibility theo ry of the press as earlier argued. They m ay be thought of as ethical or “soft obligations”, not enforceable at law, as opposed to “hard obligations”. It is ironic, then, that the American government has often failed to recognize the fundamental role of a free press in sustaining democracies everywhere, and in helping to build them where they do not exist. This role transcends national borders, ideological fashions, and short-term changes in political climate.

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