The Ladder of Journalism

How to Climb it

Author: Thomas Campbell COPELAND



Category: Journalism

Page: 109

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Steps Into Journalism

Helps and Hints for Young Writers

Author: Edwin Llewellyn Shuman



Category: Journalism

Page: 229

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Women in American Journalism

A New History

Author: Jan Whitt

Publisher: University of Illinois Press


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 189

View: 658

The previously untold stories of women throughout the history of journalism

Women and Journalism

Author: Deborah Chambers

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 288

View: 547

Women and Journalism offers a rich and comprehensive analysis of the roles, status and experiences of women journalists in the United States and Britain. Drawing on a variety of sources and dealing with a host of women journalists ranging from nineteenth century pioneers to Martha Gellhorn, Kate Adie and Veronica Guerin, the authors investigate the challenges women have faced in their struggle to establish reputations as professionals. This book provides an account of the gendered structuring of journalism in print, radio and television and speculates about women's still-emerging role in online journalism. Their accomplishments as war correspondents are tracked to the present, including a study of the role they played post-September 11th.

Modern Journalism

A Handbook of Instruction and Counsel for the Young Journalist

Author: John Beveridge Mackie



Category: Journalism

Page: 144

View: 142

The History of British Journalism, 2

From the Foundation of the Newspaper Press in England, to the Repeal of the Stamp Act in 1855, with Stketches of Press Celebrities

Author: Alexander Andrews



Category: English newspapers

Page: 339

View: 187

American Journalism

The Publication of the American Journalism Historians Association




Category: Journalism


View: 940

Investigative Journalism

Proven Strategies for Reporting the Story

Author: William C. Gaines

Publisher: CQ Press


Category: Education

Page: 342

View: 919

Investigative Journalism is a "how-to" primer for beginning investigative journalists. Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter William C. Gaines uses a unique case-study method to teach readers what investigative reporting is, why it is important, and how it is practiced. The case studies are punctuated by reflective questions and answers that systematically guide readers through the narrative. This clever pedagogical device mimics the path of a reporter gathering information and working on a story. Readers will get a first-hand, real-life look at investigative journalists doing their job.

The Handbook of Journalism

All about Newspaper Work.--Facts and Information of Vital Moment to the Journalist and to All who Would Enter this Calling

Author: Nathaniel Clark Fowler



Category: Journalism

Page: 210

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Journalism, a Bibliography

Author: New York Public Library



Category: Freedom of the press

Page: 360

View: 852

Imagining Journalism

Politics, Government and the Person in the Press in the Soviet Union and Russia, 1953-1993

Author: Thomas Cox Wolfe



Category: Journalism

Page: 698

View: 533

Industrial and Business Journalism

Author: Russell N. Baird

Publisher: Philadelphia, Chilton


Category: Employees' magazines, newsletters, etc

Page: 402

View: 500

Precision Journalism

A Reporter's Introduction to Social Science Methods

Author: Philip Meyer

Publisher: Midland Books


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 430

View: 193

Describes ways of using the quantitative tools of the social sciences including surveys, analyses, and statistics to promote accuracy in journalism

Eastern European Journalism

Before, During and After Communism

Author: Jerome Aumente



Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 222

View: 584

This text covers five topics about journalism: its roots in East/Central Europe and former Soviet Union; its role and effect leading up to the events of 1989; the transition period; the contributions, trials and tribulations from 1989-1996; and the state of journalism education in these regions.

Politics and the Media in Canada

Author: Arthur Siegel

Publisher: Toronto ; New York : McGraw-Hill Ryerson


Category: Social Science

Page: 258

View: 755

This book provides coverage on key issues in Canadian political life. Siegel's strength is his coverage of Parliamentary Press Gallery, Canadian Press and other unique news gathering institutions. It offers insight into contemporary issues such as the impact of new media technologies and the effect of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms on media reporting.

Practical Journalism

A Complete Manual of the Best Newspaper Methods

Author: Edwin Llewellyn Shuman



Category: Journalism

Page: 265

View: 371