Who is this person? Is he credible?
<p>Can I use what he is saying in a responsible way? A journalist must do a lot of background checking before using any source to back up an article.Newspapers provide millions of people all over the country (and the world) with their daily dose of what's happening. How do you read the paper? Do you automatically reach for the Sports section, or does the front page grab your attention?</p>
<p>More importantly,especially if you live in a city with only one newspaper,do you ever question what you're being told in print?Like chapters in a book, newspapers are divided into sections. The average daily national newspaper will come in several sections, and these may change from day to day. One day you may have an 'Arts' section,and the next day 'Arts' won't be there, but you'll have a 'Science' section instead.</p>
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