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Robert Jensen :
MEDIA | Journalist launches online archive to document diversity of rural India

P. Saimath’s People’s Archive of Rural India aims to make the ‘invisible India’ both visible and audible, not only to urban Indians but to the whole world. By Robert Jensen | The Rag Blog | January 19, 2015 P. Sainath … finish reading Robert Jensen :
MEDIA | Journalist launches online archive to document diversity of rural India

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Robert Jensen :
Rape, rape culture, and the problem of patriarchy

I don’t believe feminists are unfair or crazy. In fact, I believe the only sensible way to understand these issues is through a feminist critique of patriarchy. By Robert Jensen | The Rag Blog | May 5, 2014 By the … finish reading Robert Jensen :
Rape, rape culture, and the problem of patriarchy

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BOOKS | Barking dogs and sinking ships: Journalism’s search for metaphor and meaning

Dean Starkman explains why journalists often aren’t alert watchdogs, but he can’t see why limiting the profession to the role of a barking dog is, quite literally, a dead end. By Robert Jensen | The Rag Blog | April 2, … finish reading Robert Jensen :
BOOKS | Barking dogs and sinking ships: Journalism’s search for metaphor and meaning

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Robert Jensen and Pat Youngblood :
Working for a realistic left politics in Texas

To our friends outside Texas, we ask: Is it really so much better where you live? Where in mainstream politics in the United States is there much sanity? By Robert Jensen and Pat Youngblood | The Rag Blog | February … finish reading Robert Jensen and Pat Youngblood :
Working for a realistic left politics in Texas

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Robert Jensen :
‘Declaring victory wherever we can’

An interview with Cynthia Kaufman on her book, ‘Getting Past Capitalism: History, Vision, Hope’ By Robert Jensen | The Rag Blog | February 4, 2014 [Getting Past Capitalism: History, Vision, Hope by Cynthia Kaufman (2013: Lexington Books); Paperback; 200 pp; … finish reading Robert Jensen :
‘Declaring victory wherever we can’

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The ideology problem: Thomas Patterson’s failed technocratic dream for journalism

Paterson’s new book is an excellent account of contemporary journalism’s struggles — as long as one defines excellence within the narrow confines bounded by the ideology of the powerful. By Robert Jensen | The Rag Blog | January 22, 2014 … finish reading Robert Jensen :
The ideology problem: Thomas Patterson’s failed technocratic dream for journalism

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Robert Jensen : Truce at the UT Factory

East Mall fountain, University of Texas at Austin. Photo by Frank Jaquier / Flickr. With truce at the UT factory, time to face tough choices More than ever we need a university that refuses to serve power and instead focuses … finish reading Robert Jensen : Truce at the UT Factory

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Robert Jensen : Peace Talks Are New Chapter in an Old Book

Peace talks: the players. Image from AP Graphics Bank. Peace talks:A new chapter in an old book Discussions about the issue, whether among citizens or by officials at the negotiating table, must begin with an acknowledgement of the power wielded … finish reading Robert Jensen : Peace Talks Are New Chapter in an Old Book

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Robert Jensen : Expanding the Dead-End Debate over Abortion

Editorial cartoon by Dick Wright / Columbus Dispatch. Image from Lukas Mikelionis.  Expanding the dead-end debate over abortion Rather than settling for simplistic answers or ignoring the question, we can recognize the confusion many of us feel in the face … finish reading Robert Jensen : Expanding the Dead-End Debate over Abortion

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Robert Jensen : The Craziest Person in the Room

The craziest person in the room: Reflections on how a mediocre white guy can try to be useful It’s the job of people with critical sensibilities — those who consistently speak out for justice and sustainability, even when it’s difficult … finish reading Robert Jensen : The Craziest Person in the Room

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RAG RADIO / Thorne Dreyer : Journalism Prof Robert Jensen is ‘Arguing for Our Lives’

Rag Radio podcast:  Journalism professor and activist Robert Jensen is ‘Arguing for Our Lives‘ “I feel what I’m often doing is kind of a remedial course in how to see the world.” — Robert Jensen on Rag Radio By Thorne … finish reading RAG RADIO / Thorne Dreyer : Journalism Prof Robert Jensen is ‘Arguing for Our Lives’

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Robert Jensen : The Collapse of Journalism

Graphic treatment by James Retherford / The Rag Blog. The collapse of journalism and the journalism of collapse:From royal, to prophetic, to apocalyptic When we strip away supernatural claims and delusions of grandeur, we can understand the prophetic as the calling … finish reading Robert Jensen : The Collapse of Journalism

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