Reporting on labour: Class consciousness and the uncertain ideological boundaries of canadian journalism
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One of the central questions in this study was whether a group of mainstream labour reporters could create a culture of resistance in their journalism practice. This research also tested a dual conception of the group as an interpretive community and a culture of dissent, rather than as just members of a profession adhering to the rigidities of their professional roles in the mainstream press. The goal in this study was to shed light on the reporters' unique roles during a specific period of change, and to view them as interpreters of unfolding social events during a time of significant political change.
"Reporting on labour: Class consciousness and the uncertain ideological boundaries of canadian journalism" (2005). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 5087.