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Drawing Lines in the Journalistic Sand: Jon Stewart, Edward R. Murrow and Memory of News Gone Bye
Unformatted Document Text:  Drawing Lines in the Journalistic Sand 24 Lander, E. (2010) “Jon Stewart Debate: Is Jon Stewart Comparable to Murrow?”, accessed on December 29 at Langer, J. (1998) Tabloid Television: Popular Journalism and the “Other News”. New York: Routledge. Lindloff, T. & Taylor, B. (2002) Qualitative Communication Research Methods. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Lowen, L. (2008) “Edward R. Murrow Smiles on Award-winner Katie Couric”, accessed on July 7 at MacNicol, G. (2009) “Glenn Beck, the Next Edward R. Murrow of Fox News: Who’s the Next Target?”, accessed on September 8 at Marikar, S. (2010) “Jon Stewart: Edward R. Murrow Incarnate, or Something else Entirely?” accessed on December 27 at Markay, L. (2010) “Praising Jon Stewart, NYT Perpetuates the Myth of Murrow”, accessed on December 28 at Meddaugh, P. M. (2010) “Bakhtin, Colbert, and the Center of Discourse: Is there no “Truthiness” in Humor?”, Critical Studies in Media Communication 27(4): 376-390. Meyers, O. (2007) “Memory in Journalism and the Memory of Journalism: Israeli Journalists and the Constructed Legacy of Haolam Hazeh”, Journal of Communication 57: 719-738. O’Sullivan, J. and Heinonen, A. (2008) “Old Values, New Media: Journalism role Perceptions in a Changing World”, Journalism Practice 2(3): 357-371. Painter, C. and Hodges, L. (2010) “Mocking the News: How The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Holds Traditional Broadcast News Accountable”, Journal of Mass Media Ethics 25(4): 257-274. Pew Research Center for the People & the Press (2007) “What Americans Know: 1989-2007”, accessed on March 5, 2011 at Seeley, K. Q. (2005) “White House Approves Pass for Blogger” accessed on March 7 at

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Drawing Lines in the Journalistic Sand   
Lander, E. (2010) “Jon Stewart Debate: Is Jon Stewart Comparable to Murrow?”, accessed on 
December 29 at
Langer, J. (1998) Tabloid Television: Popular Journalism and the “Other News”. New York: 
Lindloff, T. & Taylor, B. (2002) Qualitative Communication Research Methods. Thousand 
Oaks, CA: Sage. 
Lowen, L. (2008) “Edward R. Murrow Smiles on Award-winner Katie Couric”, accessed on July 
7 at
MacNicol, G. (2009) “Glenn Beck, the Next Edward R. Murrow of Fox News: Who’s the Next 
Target?”, accessed on September 8 at
Marikar, S. (2010) “Jon Stewart: Edward R. Murrow Incarnate, or Something else Entirely?” 
accessed on December 27 at
Markay, L. (2010) “Praising Jon Stewart, NYT Perpetuates the Myth of Murrow”, accessed on 
December 28 at
Meddaugh, P. M. (2010) “Bakhtin, Colbert, and the Center of Discourse: Is there no 
“Truthiness” in Humor?”, Critical Studies in Media Communication 27(4): 376-390. 
Meyers, O. (2007) “Memory in Journalism and the Memory of Journalism: Israeli Journalists 
and the Constructed Legacy of Haolam Hazeh”, Journal of Communication 57: 719-738. 
O’Sullivan, J. and Heinonen, A. (2008) “Old Values, New Media: Journalism role Perceptions in 
a Changing World”, Journalism Practice 2(3): 357-371. 
Painter, C. and Hodges, L. (2010) “Mocking the News: How The Daily Show with Jon Stewart 
Holds Traditional Broadcast News Accountable”, Journal of Mass Media Ethics 25(4): 
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press (2007) “What Americans Know: 1989-2007”, 
accessed on March 5, 2011 at  
Seeley, K. Q. (2005) “White House Approves Pass for Blogger” accessed on March 7 at 

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