Sports Journalism as Moral and Ethical Discourse

@article{Oates2007SportsJA,
  title={Sports Journalism as Moral and Ethical Discourse},
  author={Thomas P. Oates and J. Pauly},
  journal={Journal of Mass Media Ethics},
  year={2007},
  volume={22},
  pages={332 - 347}
}
This paper explores the marginalized practice of sportswriting to demonstrate the limited ways in which the question “who is a journalist?” has been answered within the profession. Following John Dewey and Raymond Williams, we offer an alternative view of democratic culture that values narrative as well as information. We also discuss how “New Journalists” (and other writers since), in their quest for fresh, sophisticated storytelling strategies, turned to sports as a cultural activity worthy… Expand
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