Definition of journalism in English:


Line breaks: jour¦nal|ism
Pronunciation: /ˈdʒəːn(ə)lɪz(ə)m


[mass noun]
1The activity or profession of writing for newspapers or magazines or of broadcasting news on radio or television: pop journalism she had begun a career in journalism
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  • This kind of racism pervades newspaper and broadcast journalism in EU countries.
  • The defendant newspaper commends reliance upon the ethics of professional journalism.
  • Many trainees work on student newspapers or hospital radio before embarking on a career in journalism.
the newspaper business, the newspaper world, the press, the print media, the fourth estate; radio journalism, television journalism; BritishFleet Streetreporting, writing, reportage, feature writing, news coverage; investigative journalism; articles, reports, features, pieces, stories
1.1The product of the activity of journalism: a collection of journalism
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  • He was also one of the few academics who could produce journalism better than most journalists.
  • One warning - many of the essays are written as journalism and follow a formula that gets a bit tiring.
  • Yet despite her desire to write more fiction, her investigative journalism continues apace.

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