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Cornelius Pratt argued that there is “a distinction between journalism as a duty and journalism as a mission,” Ghana Broadcasting Corporation reported.

Duty journalism calls on the reader to determine what the facts mean, whereas mission journalism seems to be more like advocacy journalism. Pratt claims mission journalism is “more prevalent.”

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Ghana Broadcasting Corporation argued that African journalists are influenced too strongly by politics and media owners.

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