journalism

[ jur-nl-iz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF journalism
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You'll learn a lot from journalism if you don't stay at it too long.

Then he swerved off, just like the other man, to details of journalism in our own country.

And I pause, true to the ethics of journalism; it's my duty not to leave just yet.

Carlow folk held up their heads when journalism was mentioned.

I'm writing a book, and if it's a success, then good-bye to journalism.

This journalism, it is needless to say, is extremely able, but it is reckless to the last degree.

But if I am obliged to avail myself of journalism, I don't mean to grow grey in it!

And then … Eric wondered whether he would be able to go back to journalism.

Journalism is not the only method of expressing undergraduate thought.

It is for this order of work on a newspaper that a school of journalism trains.

WORD ORIGIN

1821, regarded as a French word at first, from French journalisme (1781), from journal (see journal).

Journalese "language typical of newspaper articles or headlines" is from 1882.

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