Slanted : how the news media taught us to love censorship and hate journalism / Sharyl Attkisson.
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|Indian Valley Public Library||071.3 Attkisson Politics (Text)||39427103553624||Nonfiction Room: Adult Nonfiction||Checked Out||02/06/2021|
- ISBN: 9780062974693
- ISBN: 0062974696
- Physical Description: 303 pages ; 23 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Harper, 
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction -- CBS tales: "Death by a thousand cuts" -- The narrative by proxy -- Weaponizing the narrative: the #MeToo poison pen -- When narratives collide -- The New York Time: all the narratives fit to print -- The verbiage of the narrative: lies, evidence, and bombshells -- The mother of all narratives: Russia, Russia, Russia -- CNN: the cable narrative network -- Pundits and polls: hard to believe -- Media vs. media -- Media mistakes -- There's hope -- Conclusion -- Appendix: Major media mistakes in the era of Trump.
"The five-time Emmy Award-winning investigative reporter and New York Times bestselling author of Stonewalled and The Smear uncovers how partisan bias and gullibility are destroying American journalism"-- Provided by publisher.
Virtually every piece of information you get through the media has been massaged, shaped, curated, and manipulated before it reaches you. Some of it is censored entirely. For the past four years, Attkisson has been collecting and dissecting alarming incidents tracing the shocking devolution of what used to be the most respected news organizations on the planet. She explores the driving forces behind today's dangerous blend of facts and opinion, the abandonment of journalism ethics, and the new, Orwellian definition of what it means to report the news. -- adapted from jacket
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