Journalism and Globalization

  title={Journalism and Globalization},
  author={Stephen D. Reese},
  journal={Sociology Compass},
Like every other social practice, journalism cannot now fully be understood apart from globalization. As part of a larger platform of communication media, journalism contributes to this experience of the world-as-a-single-place and thus represents a key component in these social transformations, both as cause and outcome. These issues at the intersection of journalism and globalization define an important and growing field of research, particularly concerning the public sphere and spaces for… 
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