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ENV 160: Science of a Sustainable Gourmet: Popular Press

Definition

The phrase "popular press" refers to publications, such as newspapers and magazines, that can be easily read and understood by a general audience. Some focus on investigative reporting, some are independent, others cater to certain points of view, and some exist to generate advertising revenue. Or they can be a blend of all of these things.

 time magazine

Real or Fake?

Searching Newspapers and Magazines

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