The Roots of Civic Journalism : Darwin, Dewey and Mead
This intellectual history of the civic journalism movement focuses on the ideas of Charles Darwin, John Dewey, and George Mead. Author David Perry suggests that the detailed study of these ideas may help shape the future evolution of civic journalism.
- Paperback | 164 pages
- 140.7 x 214.4 x 12.4mm | 222.26g
- 01 Nov 2003
- University Press of America
- Lanham, MD, United States
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Acknowledgments Chapter 3 Introduction Chapter 4 Civic Journalism, Individuality, and Community Chapter 5 Charles Darwin: Evolutionary Revolutionary Chapter 6 John Dewey: The Philosopher of Civic Journalism Chapter 7 A Modest "Deweyan" Proposal for Journalistic Academic Freedom, Tenure, and Workplace Equality Chapter 8 George H. Mead: Philosopher of Communication Chapter 9 Others Chapter 10 Conclusion Chapter 11 References Chapter 12 Index
About David K. Perry
David K. Perry is Associate Professor of Journalism, the University of Alabama.