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- See also changes related to Journalism, or pages that link to Journalism or to this page or whose text .
- Civil society : The space for social activity outside the market, state and household; the arena of uncoerced collective action around shared interests, purposes and values.
- Public sphere : A conceptual space between the private world of individuals (home, family, one's own mind) and the official world of government authority (lawmakers, police, courts); it's a place where private people could meet in public and discuss popular topics and form public opinion as posited by philosophers such as Jürgen Habermas.
- Profession : Add brief definition or description
- History of American Newspapers
- Yellow journalism
- Fashion journalism
- Parachute journalism
- Journalism in Australia
- Journalism education
- Online Journalism
- Community journalism
- Reporters without borders
- Citizen journalism
- Advocacy journalism
- Environmental journalism
- Science journalism
- Video journalism
- Objectivity (philosophy) main article discussing the concept of objectivity in various fields (history, science, journalism, philosophy, etc.)
- Objectivity (journalism)
- Journalism ethics and standards
- Freedom of the press
- Mass media
- William Randolph Hearst
- William Allen White
- Linda Greenhouse : A Pullitzer Prize winning legal journalist who began covering the United States Supreme Court in 1972.