Key Readings in Journalism brings together over thirty essential writings that every student of journalism should know. Designed as a primary text for undergraduate students, each reading was carefully chosen in response to extensive surveys from educators reflecting on the needs of todayas journalism classroom. Readings range from critical and historical studies of journalism, such as Walter Lippmannas Public Opinion and Michael Schudsonas Discovering the News, to examples of classic reporting, such as Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodwardas All the Presidentas Men. They are supplemented by additional readings to broaden the volumeas scope in every dimension, including gender, race, and nationality. The volume is arranged thematically to enable students to think deeply and broadly about journalismaits development, its practice, its key individuals and institutions, its social impact, and its futureaand section introductions and headnotes precede each reading to provide context and key points for discussion.He discovered that his managing editor, E. C. Hancock, had resigned, his lead columnist had vanished, and his editorial writer had called in sick. ... In the company of his newly purloined editor from Alberta#39;s paper, Pulitzer went to inspect his new property on the evening of May 10. ... still attracting more than 100, 000 readers each day with its compact four-page format; the late Horace Greeleya#39;s New Yorkanbsp;...
|Title||:||Key Readings in Journalism|
|Author||:||Elliot King, Jane Chapman|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-11-12|