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And he made award-winning documentaries on homelessness, the mentally ill, racial conflicts and other subjects. He moderated political debates and town hall meetings, and occasionally reported from Israel and other parts of the Middle East. Gabriel Pressman was born in the Bronx on Feb. Benjamin and Lena Rifkin Pressman. He started a newspaper at P.

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He attended New York University, majoring in history, and in the summers of and was a reporter for The Peekskill Evening Star. He enlisted in the Navy in and was a communications officer in the South Pacific. Back at N. In Budapest, he covered the show trial of Cardinal Jozsef Mindszenty, who was convicted of treason for opposing Stalinist repression in Hungary. Impellitteri and Robert F. In , he married Emma Mae Kracht. The couple had three children, Mark, Elizabeth and Margaret, and were divorced in In , Mr. Pressman married Vera Elisabeth Olsen.

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Making news: a study in the construction of reality. Nova York: The Free Press, Received: 30 May Accepted: 31 July Technophilia, cooperativeness and objectivism Field research revealed two characteristics that seem specific of data-driven journalists: the beliefs in cooperativeness and technophilia typical of hacker culture. California, San Francisco in particular, became the centre point for the Hippies in the 60s and 70s.

To the general public it looked like nothing else than happenings, love, loud music, sex and drugs. But there were in fact other issues at hand: protest against authoritarian structures and politics. Love and peace — party and protest. At first the political scene at the university consisted of small individual groups which stood up for civil rights, against atomic testing or for free speech. The University administration viewed the participants with displeasure.

The conflict over free speech on the campus escalated. One student, Mario Savio, a free speech activist, made a famous speech on December 2, When he came to Berkeley in the early s he found an establishment that did not allow political expression on the campus. There was a sit-in to protest at the arrest of a student for distributing political literature on campus. The mood was very tense, everybody was excited because it was the first time anybody did something against the will of the administration. So students were awakened to a political consciousness that started to change the nation.

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The Free Speech Movement of the Berkeley campus spread the rebellion to universities throughout the USA and Mr Savio emerged as the symbol of it, demanding not to trust anyone over Support came from many sides, e. One year after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy she could prevent the students from using violence during the first student revolt. She also organized lectures about the theory of non-violence and civil disobedience.

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