Lecture Notes in Education
Psychology and Public Media

Relation Between School Journalism and Democracy

Author

Boyou Chen * 1

1 Beijing New Oriental Foreign Language School at Yangzhou

Corresponding Author

Boyou Chen

Keywords

education, democracy, journalism, politics

Abstract

This article mainly studies the role of media on campus. Almost all schools have student organizations, but there is little to monitor them and report the truth. As one of the students, I founded the school newspaper We Say, which became the largest media in the school. Through this paper, I hope to explore whether the media can help promote democracy and the role of the media in social groups. Although the school only has a few thousand people, I still hope to use the school as a model for a small society. Whether it is of great significance to study our journalism through practice. Finally, I found the answer. Our journalism serves three very important functions in our schools: informing people, investigating and making the student’s organization democratic, and building a forum for everyone.

Citation

Boyou Chen. Relation Between School Journalism and Democracy. LNEP (2021) LNEP ICEIPI 2021: 366-370. DOI: 10.54254/lnep.iceipi.2021240.

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