A Year of Malemaphobia, Mediaphobia and Xenophobia

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As the year 2008 slowly but surely disappears, it is time for the media to do some critical retrospection to see if it’s correctly fulfilled its role of a Fourth Estate and respected its ethical codes. These two sets of self-examination are compulsory if the press wants to be trusted by communities in which it serves and continues to be seen as playing a vital role in a democratic and free society.

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