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Understanding Culture, Understanding Sources
To be able to define culture, cultural beliefs, values and norms.
To understand the influence of standpoint on journalism.
To recognize how the concept of ingroups and outgroups applies to sources and reporting.
To learn strategies for reporting across cultural borders.
Pew Hispanic Center report on Hispanic subgroups
New York Post column on a “Ground Zero mosque”
USA Today article on proposed mosque
Huffington Post blogger Skye Jethani’s column on proposed mosque
Additional Exploration Exercises
Ethnography and Journalism
Shirley Sherrod and the Importance of Context
The Newsroom as a Culture
Tipsheet for Reporting on Immigrants
Ethnographic Fieldwork Methods that Resemble Journalism Methods
to make a timeline of your economic life (no charge)
will teach readers to edit their thinking for habitual errors, making them more perceptive journalists. It provides a career-long foundation for challenging bias.
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Attribution and Cause
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