This introduction presents an overview of the key concepts discussed in the subsequent chapters of this book. The book shows how the social media disruption has fragmented journalism’s monolithic culture as the prevailing objectivity paradigm that captured many of journalism’s core values has been subjected to increasingly robust and virulent challenges. It suggests that journalistic storytelling is to have a meaningful, positive impact on society, in a disruptive age it needs to become more intuitive, more aligned. The book highlights the processes and practices that place civic intentionality and transformation at the centre of a journalism education process. It explores ways in which media literacy approaches to journalism pedagogy can lead to more responsible reporting of human rights abuses across national and cultural divides. Countless words have been written, academically and from the perspective of professional journalists, about how the digital environment and social media have disrupted the normative values and practices of journalism, along with its traditional business model.