History of JournalismJournalism Changes as It Changes the World
Read up on the beginnings of journalism and where it's headed today
By the fifteenth century, the printed word began changing the world. During the colonial era, printed pamphlets and periodicals strongly shaped public opinion. In the following centuries, journalism had its varied, sometimes sordid influences. From undermining dictatorships, exposing corruption, and investigating social problems to exciting war, spreading propaganda, and distorting the truth, many books have looked at where journalism has been and where it may be going.
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