By Tony Harcup
Bringing jointly new and vintage paintings by means of Tony Harcup, this e-book considers the advance of different journalism from the Nineteen Seventies up until today.
Bringing concept and perform jointly, Harcup builds an understanding of other media by using specific case experiences and surveys. together with evaluations of reporters who've labored in either mainstream and substitute media, he considers the motivations, practices and roles of alternative journalism in addition to delving into moral considerations.
Moving from the heritage of other journalism, Harcup considers the hot unfold of 'citizen journalism' and using social media, and asks what the role of other journalism is today.
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I didn’t know it then, but in that basement Chris Searle had helped create the kind of ‘pedagogy of the oppressed’ advocated by Paulo Freire, which was the opposite of much (but not all) of the more traditional schooling we received by day. Freire wrote of how his vision of ‘liberating education’ could be based on ‘dialogical relations’ between teacher and student rather than a one-way transferral of information, adding: Through dialogue, the teacher-of-the-students and the students-of-the-teacher cease to exist and a new term emerges: teacher-student with students-teachers.
The children’s work was widely featured in both local and national media and, although Stepney Words did not name the school in which the work had originated, Chris was dismissed less than a year into his ﬁrst teaching job in the UK. I was 14 and in the third year at the time, and Chris was my form teacher. I still recall two ﬁfth-form girls coming into our classroom to announce that he had been sacked and that there was to be a mass meeting after school on the green opposite. Organiser Zeiniada de la Cruz, a 16-year-old due to leave school within weeks, had not been taught by Chris, although she was aware of him because, as she told the Sun newspaper: ‘Thanks to him, we have a ﬁlm club for seeing ﬁlms at half-price and lots of other things.
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Alternative Journalism, Alternative Voices by Tony Harcup