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Indd 44 1/27/2011 7:29:05 PM The Road Not Taken 45 According to Habermas, a variety of factors resulted in the eventual decay of the public sphere, including the growth of a commercial mass media, which turned the critical public into a passive consumer public. This has produced political apathy, the pursuit of economic and material self-interest, cynicism, and social alienation.
The Times of London, for example, based its considerable reputation throughout the nineteenth century as a “newspaper of record” on its continuing to publish these verbatim reports long after most other newspapers had ceased to bother. There were clearly, therefore, some benefits to having a strong and partisan press with a full range and diversity of views. It tended to draw people into participation in the polity. It undoubtedly stirred the passions of political debate and it positively influenced voter turnout in elections.
Journalists inform public opinion by reporting, interpreting, and providing background information and context. ”5 It was not, of course, preordained that journalists should be the ones to provide such political news and editorial comment. The earliest newspapers, known as corantos or courants (news books), contained little news. However, the development of the newsbook and the news sheet in seventeenthcentury Britain was accompanied by an upsurge in political and foreign “intelligence,” or news.