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|Titolo:||Sports journalists and corruption: between unintended and willful blindness|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2012|
|Autori interni:||NUMERATO, DINO|
|Abstract:||Journalists are significant interpreters of the world of sport. This means that they do not only transmit passion, spontaneity and pleasure of contemporary sports, but can also challenge the traditional principles of fair play by enhancing corruption. The recent increase of corruption in contemporary sports has been partially attributed to the symbiotic relationship between the realm of sport, the mass media, business and advertisement industry. Although the entire mass media and all journalists do not necessarily play the role of devils orchestrating corruption scandals, their involvement and possible contribution to corruption cannot be underestimated or sidelined. This short essay will therefore focus on the role of journalists as actors who are potentially involved in the chain of corruption. For the sake of correctness, at the opposite pole, investigative journalism sometimes contribute to fight against corruption. However, this topic is not covered by this article. The following paragraphs will illuminate how journalists deliberately or unintentionally contribute to the diffusion of corruption. The objective of this article is to present different forms or sports journalists’ encroachment with corruption, with no ambition to quantify the occurrence of these types or to specify which of these types tend to prevail.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||02 - Articolo su invito|
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