Abstract. The journalists are the most ardent critics of their own domain, and they are the first to accuse the sideslippings related to the lack of deontology and to the uninspired professional  modalities. The press viewed from the  inside is a real Pandora’s box in the context of the journalistic market laws, with journalists controlled by moguls who intercede in some politicians’ favour, interfering the journalistic act. The result is a lack of credibility on the journalists’ expenses, and the press is perceived as being too self-involved, unprofessional and many others. pp. 205–212


Keywords: critics of the press, lack of deontology, unprofessional journalism

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