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- SAGE Publications 2011; US$ 34.00
A much needed digest of magazine journalism that analyses the origins of this global format with a view to understanding the future directions of the magazine model. It takes an economic and policy focused stance to provide a comprehensive analysis of not just the magazine, but the magazine industry. more...
- Andrews UK 2012; US$ 21.99
Since 1997 John Lichfield, The Independents correspondent in France, has been sending dispatches back to the newspaper in London. More than transient news stories, the popular Our Man in Paris series consists of essays on all things French. Sometimes serious, at other times light-hearted, they offer varied vignettes of life in the... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2012; US$ 17.00
Gonzo journalist and literary roustabout Hunter S. Thompson flies with the angels?Hell?s Angels, that is?in this short work of nonfiction. ?California, Labor Day weekend . . . early, with ocean fog still in the streets, outlaw motorcyclists wearing chains, shades and greasy Levis roll out from damp garages, all-night diners and cast-off one-night... more...
- McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2012; US$ 40.00
This is a work of media history and media criticism with a human face. It presents profiles of 11 journalists who left some of the country's biggest mainstream media outlets, and took on new career challenges. Their stories give the reader a vivid sense of what it means to be a reporter and to cover big news events. But this book goes beyond media... more...
- Guardian Faber Publishing 2013; US$ 7.28
What is the true human cost of the war in Afghanistan? What are the real effects of the austerity measure? And how did the London riots spread so quickly? Facts are Sacred , the Guardian 's award-winning datablog, publishes and analyses seemingly benign data - released under the auspices of transparency - to bring its readers astonishing revelations... more...
- Wiley 2013; US$ 22.95 US$ 19.89
Current anxiety about the future of news makes it opportune to revisit the notion of professionalism in journalism. Media expert Silvio Waisbord takes this pressing issue as his theme and argues that “professional journalism” is both a normative and analytical notion. It refers to reporting that observes certain ethical standards as well... more...
- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2007; US$ 34.99
Newsrooms_and campus newsrooms are no exception_are chaotic, fast-paced, and lively. That's why we love them. But reporting news is an important business, and everyone involved in that business needs some guidance and structure. Covering Your Campus provides the advice, rules, guidelines, and encouragement that every campus newspaper staff needs, without... more...
- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2002; US$ 37.99
Philip Meyer's work in precision journalism established a new and ongoing trend-the use by reporters of social science research techniques to increase the depth and accuracy of major stories. In this fully updated, fourth edition of the classic Precision Journalism (known as The New Precision Journalism in its third edition), Meyer shows journalists... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2014; US$ 17.95
The first ?war correspondent,? William H. Russell of The Times of London, described himself and his profession as ?the miserable parent of a luckless tribe.? Others saw it differently: the war correspondent became the stuff of dreams and an urgent romantic calling. . . . Now, Robert H. Patton, acclaimed historian, author of The Pattons (?Exceptional??... more...