Download E-books Artículos periodísticos (Clásica) PDF

«Si ese periódico capitalista de Nueva York lo hubiera tratado mejor, si Marx hubiera seguido siendo solo un corresponsal de prensa extranjero, l. a. historia habría podido ser diferente.» J. F. Kennedy

Los artículos periodísticos de Marx constituyen un testimonio clave para comprender el curso social, político y económico del siglo XIX y su legado histórico.
Estos escritos son también fundamentales para aproximarse al pensamiento del filósofo alemán y al paisaje vivo de su época de un modo más didáctico y rítmico, apoyado en los angeles inmediatez de los angeles noticia, l. a. sátira y los angeles crítica más que en los angeles gravedad del tratado. No obstante, los artículos de Marx, por su talento como historiador y economista, distan mucho de ser piezas al uso de un periodista corriente: su conocido rigor y voluntad revolucionaria están siempre presentes.
Es en los periódicos, y no en sus tratados filosóficos, donde Marx se enfrenta de manera directa al presente, a l. a. desigualdad, l. a. violencia y l. a. explotación, y lo hace con inigualable destreza.

Karl Heinrich Marx, (Tréveris, reino de Prusia, 1818 – Londres, reino Unido, 1883), filósofo, intelectual y militante comunista alemán de origen judío. En su vasta e influyente obra, se adentró en los campos de l. a. filosofía, los angeles historia, los angeles ciencia política, l. a. sociología y l. a. economía; aunque no restrictó su trabajo solamente al área intelectual, pues además trabajó en el campo del periodismo y l. a. política proponiendo en su pensamiento l. a. unión de l. a. teoría y l. a. práctica. Junto a Friedrich Engels, es el padre del socialismo científico, del comunismo moderno y del marxismo.
Sus escritos más conocidos son el Manifiesto del Partido Comunista (en coautoría con Engels) y El Capital.

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Download E-books The Proud Highway: Saga of a Desperate Southern Gentleman, 1955-1967 (The Fear and Loathing Letters, Vol. 1) PDF

By Hunter S. Thompson

Right here, for the 1st time, is the non-public and so much intimate correspondence of 1 of America's such a lot influential and incisive journalists--Hunter S. Thompson. In letters to a who is Who of luminaries from Norman Mailer to Charles Kuralt, Tom Wolfe to Lyndon Johnson, William Styron to Joan Baez--not to say his mom, the NRA, and a series of newspaper editors--Thompson vividly catches the tenor of the days in Sixties the United States and channels all of it via his personal razor-sharp viewpoint. Passionate of their admiration, cruel of their scorn, and not whatever below interesting, the dispatches of The Proud road supply an exceptional and penetrating gaze into the evolution of the main outrageous raconteur/provocateur ever to attack a typewriter.

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Download E-books The Story: A Reporter's Journey PDF

Famous person reporter for the New York Times, the world’s strongest newspaper; overseas correspondent in probably the most harmful fields; Pulitzer winner; longest jailed correspondent for safeguarding her assets, Judith Miller is extremely revered and arguable. during this memoir, she turns her reporting talents on herself with the depth of her expert vocation.

Judy Miller grew up close to the Nevada atomic proving floor. She obtained a task on the New York Times after a swimsuit via ladies staff approximately discrimination on the paper and went directly to disguise nationwide politics, head the paper’s bureau in Cairo, and function deputy editor in Paris after which deputy on the robust Washington bureau. She suggested on terrorism and the increase of fanatical Islam within the heart East and on mystery organic guns vegetation and courses in Iraq, Iran, and Russia. She coated an management traumatized via 9-11 and an anthrax assault 3 weeks later. Miller shared a Pulitzer for her reporting.

She turns her journalistic talents on herself and her arguable reporting which marshaled proof that led the United States to invade Iraq. She writes concerning the error she and others made at the lifestyles in Iraq of guns of mass destruction. She addresses the explanations of a few of her resources, together with the infamous Iraqi Chalabi and the CIA. She describes going to detention center to guard her assets within the Scooter Libby research of the day trip of CIA agent Valerie Plame and the way the Times as a consequence deserted her after twenty-eight years.

The Story describes the true lifetime of a overseas and investigative reporter. it truly is an event tale, informed with bluntness and wryness.

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Download E-books Mass Media in a Changing World PDF

By George Rodman

Mass Media in a altering World introduces scholars to the area of media via a different constitution that makes the fabric simply intelligible and significant to their lives. each one bankruptcy is split into three-part narrative sections: historical past, undefined, and controversy. Mass Media in a altering global is the tale of the place the media got here from, why they do what they do, and why these activities reason controversies. the hot fourth version gains assurance of latest media and the importance of cellular media in mass verbal exchange together with new sections at the convergence of economics of the web and cellular industries and the heritage of cellular media.

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Download E-books Chasing Newsroom Diversity: From Jim Crow to Affirmative Action (History of Communication) PDF

By Gwyneth Mellinger

Social switch prompted by way of the Civil Rights circulate within the Nineteen Sixties despatched the yankee Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE) on a fifty-year venture to dismantle an exclusionary specialist normal that predicted the right journalist as white, directly, and male. during this ebook, Gwyneth Mellinger explores the advanced background of the decades-long ASNE range initiative, which culminated within the failed target 2000 attempt to compare newsroom demographics with these of the U.S. population.
Drawing upon exhaustive studies of ASNE archival fabrics, Mellinger examines the democratic paradox in the course of the lens of the ASNE, an elite association that arguably did greater than the other in the course of the 20th century to institutionalize expert criteria in journalism and extend the innovations of presidency responsibility and the unfastened press. The ASNE may emerge within the Seventies because the chief within the newsroom integration circulate, yet its attempt will be pissed off by means of constructions of exclusion the association had embedded into its personal specialist criteria. Explaining why a venture so promising failed so profoundly, Chasing Newsroom Diversity expands our realizing of the intransigence of institutional racism, gender discrimination, and homophobia inside of democracy.

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Download E-books Media Makeover: Improving The News One Click at a Time (Kindle Single) (TED Books) PDF

By Alisa Miller

On common, many people spend greater than 70 mins according to day eating information. That’s double the volume of time we spend taking care of household. How is it that we all know so little approximately anything that's the sort of tremendous a part of our lives? Alisa Miller, CEO of Public Radio overseas and media and expertise chief, urges us to remember and take keep watch over of the inside track if we'd like a extra actual photograph of the area. "Media Makeover" is an exciting and informative bird’s eye view of the way “news” is made, what's lacking from our information diets, why specific sorts of content material are tougher to return via, the results for our society, and maybe most significantly, what could be performed approximately it. "Media Makeover" is a must-read for an individual who desires to be greater trained and to do so: shoppers, innovators, technologists, newshounds, and media leaders alike.

“Alisa Miller exhibits how we have to look after our information nutrition up to our nutrition nutrition - an enormous booklet for all who care approximately how we know about the world."
--Richard Sambrook, Former Director of BBC worldwide information and vacationing Fellow of the Reuters Institute for the research of Journalism

"TV information is junk, utter wasted, distracting, dead junk. it is not going to recuperate until we converse up, and Alisa Miller is doing simply that."
--Seth Godin, writer of we're All Weird

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Download E-books Gekaufte Journalisten: Wie Politiker, Geheimdienste und Hochfinanz Deutschlands Massenmedien lenken PDF

By Udo Ulfkotte

Journalisten manipulieren uns im Interesse der Mächtigen Haben auch Sie das Gefühl, häufig manipuliert und von den Medien belogen zu werden? Dann geht es Ihnen wie der Mehrheit der Deutschen. Bislang galt es als »Verschwörungstheorie«, dass Leitmedien uns Bürger mit Propagandatechniken gezielt manipulieren. Jetzt enthüllt ein Insider, used to be wirklich hinter den Kulissen passiert. Der Journalist Udo Ulfkotte schämt sich heute dafür, dass er 17 Jahre für die Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung gearbeitet hat. Bevor der Autor die geheimen Netzwerke der Macht enthüllt, übt er konsequent Selbstkritik. Er dokumentiert hier zum ersten Mal, wie er für seine Berichterstattung in der FAZ geschmiert und die Korruption gefördert wurde. Und er enthüllt, warum Meinungsführer tendenziös berichten und wie der verlängerte Arm der NATO-Pressestelle Kriege medial vorbereitet. Wie selbstverständlich wurde auch der Autor in die Netzwerke amerikanischer Eliteorganisationen aufgenommen, erhielt im Gegenzug für confident Berichterstattung in den united states sogar eine Ehrenbürgerurkunde. In diesem Buch erfahren Sie, in welchen Lobbyorganisationen welche Journalisten vertreten sind. Der Autor nennt Hunderte Namen und blickt auch hinter die Kulissen jener Organisationen, welche unsere Medien propagandistisch einseitig beeinflussen, etwa: Atlantik-Brücke, Trilaterale Kommission, German Marshall Fund, American Council on Germany, American Academy, Aspen Institute und Institut für Europäische Politik. Enthüllt werden zudem die geheimdienstlichen Hintergründe zu Lobbygruppen, die Propagandatechniken und die Formulare, mit denen guy etwa bei der US-Botschaft Fördergelder für Projekte zur gezielten Beeinflussung der öffentlichen Meinung in Deutschland abrufen kann. Wenn die CIA vorgibt, used to be geschrieben wird Können Sie sich vorstellen, dass Geheimdienstmitarbeiter in Redaktionen Texte verfassen, welche dann im redaktionellen Teil unter den Namen bekannter Journalisten veröffentlicht werden? Wissen Sie, welche Journalisten welcher Medien für ihre Berichterstattung geschmiert wurden? Und haben Sie eine ungefähre Vorstellung davon, wie renommierte »Journalistenpreise« vergeben werden? Da geht es im Hintergrund zu wie bei den einstigen Ehrungen der »Helden der Arbeit« in der früheren DDR da wird Propagandaarbeit ausgezeichnet. Vom Journalisten zum Propagandisten ist es nicht weit. Wenn Sie dieses Buch gelesen haben, werden Sie unsere Zeitungen mit ganz anderen Augen sehen, den Fernseher öfter einfach abschalten und auch wissen, was once Sie dem Radio noch glauben können: quickly nichts. Denn Ulfkotte schreibt auch penibel auf, welcher Sender welcher politischen Partei gehört und welche Journalisten wie beeinflusst werden. Sie erkennen, wie Sie manipuliert werden und Sie wissen, von wem und warum. Am Ende wird klar: Meinungsvielfalt wird jetzt nur noch simuliert. Denn unsere »Nachrichten« sind häufig reine Gehirnwäsche.

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Download E-books Investigative Reporter's Handbook: A Guide to Documents, Databases, and Techniques PDF

Published with Investigative journalists and Editors, Inc. (IRE), The Investigative Reporter’s instruction manual is the best-selling lecture room and newsroom vintage. necessary as a textbook in complex journalism classes and as a reference for pro reporters, this booklet indicates scholars how one can use primary information reporting and writing talents like accumulating resources, monitoring info, and interviewing to pursue investigative tales in numerous beats — from the govt. and schooling to healthcare, the surroundings and genuine property. as well as discussing the newest ideas and demanding situations within the occupation, the 5th version is now completely streamlined, making it more uncomplicated to find the assets that investigative newshounds have to get the story.

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Download E-books Digital Media and Democracy: Tactics in Hard Times (MIT Press) PDF

In an age of proliferating media and information assets, who has the facility to outline fact? whilst the dominant media declared the life of WMDs in Iraq, did that make it a truth? at the present time, the "Social internet" (sometimes often called net 2.0, groupware, or the participatory internet) -- epitomized through blogs, viral video clips, and YouTube -- creates new pathways for truths to emerge and makes attainable new strategies for media activism. In Digital Media and Democracy, best students in media and communique reviews, media activists, newshounds, and artists discover the contradiction on the center of the connection among fact and tool this present day: the truth that the unconventional democratization of information and multiplication of resources and voices made attainable through electronic media coexists with the blatant falsification of knowledge by way of political and company powers. The ebook maps a brand new electronic media panorama that includes citizen journalism, The day-by-day exhibit, running a blog, and substitute media. The participants talk about wide questions of media and politics, provide nuanced analyses of swap in journalism, and adopt specific examinations of using web-based media in shaping political and social hobbies. The chapters comprise not just essays by means of famous media students but in addition interviews with such reporters and media activists as Amy Goodman of Democracy Now!, Media issues host Robert McChesney, and Hassan Ibrahim of Al Jazeera.

Contributors and intervieweesShaina Anand, Chris Atton, Megan Boler, Axel Bruns, Jodi Dean, Ron Deibert, Deepa Fernandes, Amy Goodman, Brian Holmes, Hassan Ibrahim, Geert Lovink, Nathalie Magnan, Robert McChesney, Graham Meikle, Susan Moeller, Alessandra Renzi, Ricardo Rosas, Trebor Scholz, D. Travers Scott, Rebecca Statzel.

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Download E-books Romps, Tots and Boffins: The Strange Language of News PDF

By Robert Hutton

A humorous and irreverent annotated number of "journalese"—words, words, clichés, and sacred cows cherished by means of newspapers yet by no means utilized by somebody else. This "bumper crop" of examples is absolute to "fuel controversy."


Anyone who has picked up a paper has learn journalese—words and words which are basically present in newspapers. with out them, how could intrepid reporters be capable of describe a global within which late-night revelers move on booze-fueled rampages, or where stricken stars lash out in foul-mouthed tirades? while Rob Hutton all started accumulating examples of journalese on-line, he provoked a "Twitter storm," and used to be "left reeling" by way of the "bumper crop" of examples that "flooded in." He discovered that words which began as shorthand to assist readers became a dialect that is usually meaningless or vacuous to non-journalese audio system. In a brave test either to wean reporters off their journalese behavior, and supply elucidation for the remainder of us, this booklet catalogs the highs and lows of this unusual language, celebrating the easiest examples ("test-tube baby," "mad cow disease"), and condemning the worst ("rant," "snub," "sirs"). it will likely be a "must-read" "page-turner" which may "cause a stir" or even "spark" "tough new ideas" in newsrooms.

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