ABSTRACT. Sousa contends that journalism media would act especially through the act of informing citizens, in the assumption that they are responsible players in a social system they belong and on which they have to intervene. Nerone and Barnhurst state that newspaper workers, owners and readers alike imagine that the real work of newspapers is to allow democracy to function. Sparre points out that the high number of stories about celebrities has led to worry and unease amongst journalists and academics concerning the quality of media contest and falling journalistic standards.


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