International Media Guide Newspapers Worldwide 1989

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Category: Mystery and detective stories.

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On the trail of an arsonist trying to ruin developer Donald Pierce, Frank and Joe Hardy go undercover as firefighters and turn the heat on three different suspects.

New Serial Titles

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Category: Periodicals

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A union list of serials commencing publication after Dec. 31, 1949.

Journalism

A Guide to the Reference Literature

Author: Jo A. Cates

Publisher: Libraries Unlimited

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 291

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A critically annotated bibliographic guide to print and electronic sources in print and broadcast journalism. This edition separates Commercial Databases and Internet Resources.

Historical Guide to World Media Freedom

A Country-by-Country Analysis

Author: Jenifer Whitten-Woodring

Publisher: CQ Press

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Category: Political Science

Page: 592

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Scholars of international relations and international communications view the extent of media freedom from country to country as a key comparative indicator either by itself or in correlation with other indices of national political and economic development. This indicator serves as a bellwether for gauging the health and spread of democracy. Historical Guide to World Media Freedom brings together comprehensive historical data on media freedom since World War II, providing consistent and comparable measures of media freedom in all independent countries for the years 1948 to the present. The work also includes country-by country summaries, analyses of historical and regional trends in media freedom, and extensive reliability analyses of media freedom measures. The book’s detailed information helps researchers connect historical measures of media freedom to Freedom House’s annual Freedom of the Press survey release, enabling them to extend their studies back before the 1980s when Freedom House began compiling global press freedom measures. Key Features: A-to-Z, country-by-country summaries of the ebb and flow of media freedom are paired with national media freedom measures over time. Introductory chapters discuss such topics as the theoretical premises behind the nature and importance of media freedom, historical trends, and the challenges of coding for media freedom in a way that ensures consistency for comparison. Concluding material covers the historical patterns in media freedom, how media freedom tracks with other cross-national indicators, and more. Accessible to students and scholars alike, this groundbreaking reference is essential to collections in political science, international studies, and journalism and communications.

A Bibliography of British History, 1914-1989

Author: Keith Robbins

Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Category: History

Page: 918

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A guide through the many publications on 20th-century British history, this reference contains over 27,000 entries arranged by theme, with introductions to each chapter.

Beginner's Guide to Journalism & Mass Communication

Author: Barun Roy

Publisher: V&S Publishers

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Category: Literary Collections

Page: 124

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Most books on journalism today are either too complex to comprehend or too superficial. Barun Roy has really done a remarkably good job to fill a long-felt vacuum. This guide introduces basic tools of the applied journalism in simple language. It provides step-by-step instructions to develop skills in the field. Any person interested in journalism, mass communication and in public relations will find this book very interesting, informative and useful. It could even motivate you to contribute articles and features to newspapers and magazines as a freelance writer. Some salient features of the book: *What is journalism? *News Gathering. *News Lead. *Putting the Story together. *Writing in Newspaper Style. *Colourful News Feature. *Headline Story. *Journalism as a Career.

International Afro Mass Media

A Reference Guide

Author: James Phillip Jeter

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

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Category: Social Science

Page: 297

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The first serious academic assessment of the relationships between the more than one billion people in Africa or of African descent and "Afro" mass media around the world.

Current Catalog

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Category: Medicine

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First multi-year cumulation covers six years: 1965-70.

Guide to Reference Books

Author: Eugene P. (Eugene Paul) Sheehy

Publisher: ALA Editions

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 2020

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Presents an annotated bibliography of general and subject reference books covering the humanities, social and behavioral sciences, history, science, technology, and medicine.

Forbes MediaGuide 500

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Category: American newspapers

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A review of the nation's most influential journalists.

Forbes Media Guide Five Hundred, 1994

A Critical Review of the Media

Author: Login

Publisher: American Heritage Press

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Category: Media Coverage

Page: 320

View: 137

This ninth edition of the acclaimed MediaGuide 500 delivers a "crisp, fascinating" (Wall Street Journal) review of the nation's most important journalists. Covers business, political, science and health reporting and cites the ten best stories of the year in five categories.

Who Owns the World's Media?

Media Concentration and Ownership Around the World

Author: Eli M. Noam

Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 1056

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Media ownership and concentration has major implications for politics, business, culture, regulation, and innovation. It is also a highly contentious subject of public debate in many countries around the world. In Italy, Silvio Berlusconi's companies have dominated Italian politics. Televisa has been accused of taking cash for positive coverage of politicians in Mexico. Even in tiny Iceland, the regulation of media concentration led to that country's first and only public referendum. Who Owns the World's Media? moves beyond the rhetoric of free media and free markets to provide a dispassionate and data-driven analysis of global media ownership trends and their drivers. Based on an extensive data collection effort from scholars around the world, the book covers thirteen media industries, including television, newspapers, book publishing, film, search engines, ISPs, wireless telecommunication and others, across a ten to twenty-five year period in thirty countries. In many countries--like Egypt, China, or Russia--little to no data exists and the publication of these chapters will become authoritative resources on the subject in those regions. After examining each country, Noam and his collaborators offer comparisons and analysis across industries, regions, and development levels. They also calculate overall national concentration trends beyond specific media industries, the market share of individual companies in the overall national media sector, and the size and trends of transnational companies in overall global media. This definitive global study of the extent and impact of media concentration will be an invaluable resource for communications, public policy, law, and business scholars in doing research and also for media, telecom, and IT companies and financial institutions in the private sector.