“New journalists” take the view that fabricated facts are better than the truth. And along with further technological development has come a more advanced offshoot of this popular trend – “gonzo journalism”. It is an even more comprehensive and subjective narrative style, where a journalist appears as an active participant in the described events, using his own experiences and emotions to give the “right” tilt to the events. Quotes, sarcasm, humor, exaggerations, and foul language are the indispensable features of such a style.
The editorial staff of our magazine has conducted research on the state of modern journalism, the results of which are published as the main topic of this issue.
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