The goods of community? The potential of journalism as a social practice
Salter, L. print (2008) The goods of community? The potential of journalism as a social practice. Philosophy of Management, 7 (1). pp. 33-44.
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The paper resulted from a conference on the work of philosopher, Alasdair MacIntyre. It considers MacIntyre’s distinctions between institutions and practices in the context of media organisations. It considers journalism as a practice and argues that media institutions struggle to provide the goods needed for excellence in journalism with a social purpose, proposing Independent Media Centres as examples of “organisations” dedicated to pursuing social goods.
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