The J Word: A Podcast by Journalism Practice

The J Word: Episode 2 Covering Race, Protest, and Trump’s “Carnival”

July 27, 2020 Robert (Ted) Gutsche Jr. Season 1 Episode 2
The J Word: A Podcast by Journalism Practice
The J Word: Episode 2 Covering Race, Protest, and Trump’s “Carnival”
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The J Word: A Podcast by Journalism Practice
The J Word: Episode 2 Covering Race, Protest, and Trump’s “Carnival”
Jul 27, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2
Robert (Ted) Gutsche Jr.

In our second episode, Danielle Kilgo at the University of Minnesota and Perry Parks at Michigan State in the U.S. discuss how journalists can (better) cover massive cultural changes, protest, racial conflict, and a seemingly endless focus on President Donald Trump.

Articles featured in this episode:

Kilgo, D. K., Mourao, R. R., & Sylvie, G. (2019). Martin to Brown: How time and platform impact coverage of the Black Lives Matter movement. Journalism Practice, 13(4), 413-430.

Parks, P. (2019). Covering Trump’s ‘Carnival’: A Rhetorical Alternative to ‘Objective’Reporting. Journalism Practice, 13(10), 1164-1184.

Give feedback to the podcast on Twitter @JournPractice or email jwordpodcast@gmail.com

Show Notes

In our second episode, Danielle Kilgo at the University of Minnesota and Perry Parks at Michigan State in the U.S. discuss how journalists can (better) cover massive cultural changes, protest, racial conflict, and a seemingly endless focus on President Donald Trump.

Articles featured in this episode:

Kilgo, D. K., Mourao, R. R., & Sylvie, G. (2019). Martin to Brown: How time and platform impact coverage of the Black Lives Matter movement. Journalism Practice, 13(4), 413-430.

Parks, P. (2019). Covering Trump’s ‘Carnival’: A Rhetorical Alternative to ‘Objective’Reporting. Journalism Practice, 13(10), 1164-1184.

Give feedback to the podcast on Twitter @JournPractice or email jwordpodcast@gmail.com