Most popular Journalistic style guides books
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Seeks to build upon the agenda set in motion by the first volume, namely by: offering an overview of key developments in citizen journalism since 2008, including the use of social media in crisis reporting; and introducing new ideas, concepts and frameworks for the study of citizen journalism.
This textbook takes a well-rounded view of the evolution from media literacy to digital literacy to help students better understand the digitally filtered world in which they live.
Every spread invites a new approach to filling a page, from making a visual map of a day-in-my-life to turning random splotches into quirky characters for a playful story. ?lt's the perfect companion to all those blank books and an ideal launch pad to explore creative self-expression and develop an imaginative voice -- for anyone ages 10 to 100!
Computer-Mediated Communication in Personal Relationships
A New Statesman Book of the YearFew newspaper editors are remembered beyond their lifetimes, but David Astor of the Observer is a great exception to the rule. George Orwell had urged Astor to champion the decolonisation of Africa, and Nelson Mandela always acknowledged how much he owed to the Observer's long-standing support.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Our Stories Matter explains and exemplifies the methodology of Scholarly Personal Narrative (SPN) writing for marginalized, underrepresented, and previously "disappeared" students at all levels of higher education. Presently no book looks at the whys and hows of scholarly personal narrative writing that focuses on this particular audience of underrepresented students.
Essential English is an indispensable guide to the use of words as tools of communication. It is written primarily for journalists, yet its lessons are of immense value to all who face the problem of giving information, whether to the general public or within business, professional or social organisations.
As scholars of media and communication begin to think more frequently and more carefully with Pierre Bourdieu's ideas, this book offers a wealth of points of contact between Bourdieu's ideas and research topics concerning media and communication.
This book bridges communication theory and practice to foreground an important message: positive communication matters. By examining closely how people talk to each other at home or at work, this book enables undergraduate and graduate students to communicate more positively.
Performative Listening: Hearing Others in Qualitative Research offers an alternative theory of listening - as a performative act, or as a relational stance and performance in which listeners ethically engage in an act of learning from others across difference.
Now updated in a second edition, this highly accessible and practical guide to media writing brings together a range of different professional contexts, enabling students to develop a solid understanding of the practices that will enable them to excel in any media writing field today.
Writing in a highly accessible yet compelling style, contributors explain communication theories by applying them to "artifacts" of popular culture. Using this book, students will become familiar with key theories in communication while developing creative and critical thinking.
The Passion of Harry Bingo: Further Dispatches From Unreported Scotland is the second volume of selected journalism from one of Scotland's most popular writers. It follows the highly successful publication in 2014 of Daunderlust
On Company Time tells the story of American modernism from inside the offices and on the pages of the most successful and stylish magazines of the twentieth century. Donal Harris draws out the profound institutional, economic, and aesthetic affiliations between modernism and American magazine culture.
Since its first publication in 1975, Judith Butcher's Copy-editing has become firmly established as a classic reference guide. This fourth edition has been comprehensively revised to provide an up-to-date and clearly presented source of information for all those involved in preparing typescripts and illustrations for publication.
Explores the global reporting of migration crises, bringing together a range of original interdisciplinary research from the fields of migration studies and journalism, media and cultural studies. This book examines the reporting practices through which migration coverage is produced, including the rights and responsibilities of journalism.
Offers theoretical insights, fresh evidence and applications as it assesses nature of digital culture(s) in order to address assumptions about the present state of mediated global society(ies) and their future trajectory. This book showcases interpretative and critical research from voices with diverse backgrounds, from locations around the world.
Explores the changing relationship between news producers and audiences and the methods journalists can use to secure the attention of news consumers.
This book challenges social science to address the most important social change since the industrial revolution: the mediated communication order. From the internet to the NSA, he shows how media logic has transformed audiences into personal networks guided by social media.
The work of editing is something that happens behind the scenes, noticed only when it is done badly, or not done at all. There is not much information about what editors do. The result is that editing is not often talked about in its own right - not even by the people who do it. This collection of interviews attempts to fill some of the gaps.
This book positions the "prophetic" as an organizing concept that can bridge religious and secular criticism of popular media. Although this book is diverse in perspective, each author seeks to expose how the content, institutions, and technologies of popular media alternately support - or undermine - the basic values of equality, human dignity, and social justice.
In The ESPN Effect, leading sports media scholars examine ESPN and its impact on culture, sports journalism, audience, and the business of sports media. The final part of the book considers the future of ESPN, beginning with an interview with Chris LaPlaca, ESPN senior vice president.
Through critical analyses of experiences of women of color in the academy, the media framing of alleged Aurora shooter James Holmes, the use of monstrosity in unpublished work from the Gloria Anzaldua archives, post-feminist discourses and Kanye West's strategic employment of ideologies of monstrosity, this book offers new ways to think about Otherness in this contemporary moment.
Family Communication in the Age of Digital and Social Media is an innovative collection of contemporary data-driven research and theorizing about how digital and social media are affecting and changing nearly every aspect of family interaction over the lifespan.
Combining dynamic stories, cutting-edge research, and deep reflection on the role of space in our lives, Digital Proxemics examines the ways that our uses of physical and digital spaces and our uses of technology are converging.
This dictionary includes over 1,400 entries covering terminology related to the practice, business, and technology of journalism, as well as its concepts and theories, institutions, publications, and key events. An essential companion for all students taking courses in Journalism and Journalism Studies, as well as related subjects.
Synthesizes competing theories and disciplinary viewpoints and examines the latest data, including international research from fast-growing markets such as China, to provide a comprehensive, holistic view of the twenty-first century media (r)evolution.
This edited collection - the first of its kind - uses the framework of communication in order to understand the underlying dimensions of health disparities and the communicative processes, policies, methodologies, and messages that are deployed with the goal of increasing access, improving quality, and addressing the underlying causes.
This book addresses the various ways in which communication plays an important role in fostering hope and resilience. Adopting a lifespan approach and offering a new framework to expand our understanding of the concepts of "hope" and "resilience" from a communication perspective, contributors highlight the variety of "stressors" that people may encounter in their lives.
The travel writer serves the travel industry; the travel journalist serves the public. The travel writer is subsidized; the travel journalist pays his own way. This book highlights these distinctions and offers independent, ethical, substantive journalists the skills and knowledge they need to cover the travel and tourism industry.
This volume explores troublesome behaviors and patterns that shape relationships, presents insights gained from in-depth work on contexts and frameworks (e.g., telework, bureaucracies, cultural dimensions, and tokenism from a feminist perspective), and addresses the potential to restore these relationships to greater wellbeing (resilience, positive communication, civility, and forgiveness).
This edited collection comprises foundational texts and new contributions that revisit the theory of the "audience commodity" as first articulated by Dallas Smythe. Contributors focus on the historical and theoretical importance of this theory to critical studies of media/communication, culture, society, economics, and technology.
Provides an accessible introduction to some of the methods and theoretical approaches for investigating foreign language interaction and exchange in online environments. This book presents an overview on issues in virtual, intercultural and multimodal research contexts. It includes overviews of varying approaches and extensive literature reviews.
This book recounts the history of journalism in Ireland from the 1880s to today, using previously un-consulted records to explore how changing practices in the field have affected the country's social and cultural development -- .