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date: 22 October 2019

class 

Source:
A Dictionary of Journalism
Author(s):

Tony Harcup

A socio-economic division within society that, according to *Marxist thinkers, results in the perspective of the ruling class becoming the dominant view of the age, in part because it is the ruling class perspective that tends to become embedded within and be circulated by much mainstream journalism and other media output. However, alternative class perspectives can be found within the ... ...

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