British News Reader Interviews: Voices Around London

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Abstract

What does the public value in the news? What helps people trust it? What has broken their trust? How do these experiences and feelings intersect with the mission and values of journalism? These questions fuel the Trust Project.

Faculty members at Southampton Solent University’s School of Communications and
Marketing interviewed ten people from a diversity of backgrounds in the London area. They chose interviewees who represent a variety of ethnic, religious, gender,
generational, geographical, and class backgrounds, and who engage with news as a
regular part of their routine.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationthetrustproject.org
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2016

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British News Reader Interviews : Voices Around London. / Bond, Graham; Richards, Christopher; Arlott, Patricia; O'Donovan, Kevin.

In: thetrustproject.org, 11.2016.

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