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Call for chapters: War reporting

There is a call for chapters for Reporting from the Wars 1850 – 2015. Editors: Barry Turner, Geoff Adams and Sanem Şahin. Publisher: Vernon Press (USA) The book will be a compilation of historical and contemporary stories of the war correspondent and battlefield photographer from the earliest days of modern war reporting to the present. […]

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Joy of Six for Journalism Professor

George Orwell Now!, an edited collection of essays on Orwell’s life and writings, is one of six books published in 2015 by Richard Lance Keeble, Professor of Journalism at the University of Lincoln. The book, published by Peter Lang of New York, is a follow-up to the symposium Keeble, who is chair of the Orwell […]

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Call for Chapters: Book about journalists’ beliefs and work

Professors Eric Freedman (Michigan State University), Robyn Goodman (Alfred University) and Elanie Steyn (University of Oklahoma) are developing a proposal for a research-grounded book about global perspectives on how professional journalists do their jobs and what they believe. They are looking for proposals for chapters of about 3,000 words based on your latest research and […]

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Editors Talk About Editing

‘Editors Talk about Editing: Insights for Readers, Writers and Publishers’ by Susan L. Greenberg is out now. The work of ‘editing’ is by and large 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 […]

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New book examines television new bulletins

News and Politics: The Rise of Live and Interpretive Journalism by Stephen Cushion, senior lecturer at the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University examines the impact of TV news. Television news bulletins is still the primary source of information for most people and Cushion’s book asks whether the wider pace and immediacy […]

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‘Bible’ of journalism education gets third edition

A third edition of Tony Harcup’s Journalism: Principles & Practice allows students free access to an interactive eBook. The latest version of the highly successful journalism text, which was described by Times Higher as ‘the bible of professional education in journalism’, includes video tutorials presented by the author.  It is also fully updated to represent […]

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Fashion Journalism by Julie Bradford

Fashion Journalism by Julie Bradford, University of Sunderland. It’s the first textbook about fashion journalism in the UK, and it looks at how it operates, how to get into it and how to do it. It includes lots of interviews with fashion journalists from newspapers, magazines, websites and retail brands, as well as stylists, PRs […]

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