Journalism’s crisis of reason

@article{George2017JournalismsCO,
  title={Journalism’s crisis of reason},
  author={Cherian George},
  journal={Media Asia},
  year={2017},
  volume={44},
  pages={71 - 78}
}
Cherian George, proI ssor oI o dis stmdi s st Hoiag Koiag Bsptist Uiaiv rsity, is ditor oI Media Asia. eosil: nh risia@ hkbm. dm.hk Experienced journalists know that when interest picks up in some new problem, you’d better pay attention because it may be newsworthy. But we also know that when everyone’s talking about something, we shouldn’t get too caught up in the hype. As an issue gets bigger and bigger on the public agenda, we need to start asking who’s gaining from it and whether they are… 

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