Objektivitet Objektivitet er en af journalistikkens grundpiller og betyder, at personlige holdninger, følelser og fordomme udelades fra den journalistiske gengivelse. Journalisten formidler fakta (news), mens personlige meninger henvises til mediernes opinionssider (views) (se også Journalistiske genrer; Journalistiske informationsgenrer; Journalistiske opinionsgenrer). Internationale undersøgelser viser, at denne norm i dag er dominerende blandt journalister overalt i verden, […]

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