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The answer to your question can be answered via this phrase, " a pen is mightier than a sword".
The main role of a journalist is to keep people inforned about the various happenings through their writings. Whether it is sports or health or education or politics.
Eg. We know of advancement in the field of healthcare because of the effort of a journalist who meets the professional, interviews them and then through his art of communicating, communicates the message to us.
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Journalists of the new millennium have a host of roles to play. Similarly, their responsibilities must also be given serious consideration. The media are capable of influencing, informing, or motivating a large number of people. Thus, these journalists can use their thoughts as tools to guide or persuade the masses. They use the media to communicate such thoughts and opinions. If a group of individuals is capable of influencing the minds of people, the responsibilities of this group must be clearly defined, lest this group should change the course of social and political events of a nation. It has been said that the poetry of PB Shelley was responsible for bringing about the French revolution (1789). Similarly, the newspaper started by Lala Lajpat Rai, Bhagat Singh, Sir Sayyed Ahmed Khan and other revolutionaries of the pre-independence era had motivated the masses to wage a war against the British rule in India. Many more examples can be quoted in this context. The reporters, TV journalist and content writers are not supposed to lead the society to a quagmire of crisis. Just one statement from a reputed press correspondent and the government could fall! Journalists are demi-gods today. Their views and features of journo cannot afford to be biased, whimsical, manipulative or rogue.
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There is a common saying, “Your freedom ends where my nose starts.” Hence we should study the roles and responsibilities of this special breed of humans not because it is morally bound to abide by these norms but because other humans would force this special breed to conform to these norms. Nowadays, morality, in the context of journalism is a matter of choice. The journalist has to ensure that his activities do not offend those on whom; he focuses his probing eye or camera. The targeted subject can retaliate if journalist ignores what he ought to do as a member of the mass media.
Roles of Journalists:
We can define some vital roles of the journalists of today, as follows:-
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