AJE UpdatesJournalism Books

Read any good books lately?

The AJE journal Journalism Education is going from strength to strength and developing interest and influence with every new issue. As part of its ongoing development the editorial team wants to increase the size and scope of the Reviews section by inviting even more contributions.

The Reviews section aims to review as many newly published useful books about Journalism as possible, but up to now it has had to rely on a small and enthusiastic team of regular reviewers.

We now wish to open this out to the wider membership of the AJE by inviting contributions or suggestions, so if you have recently read a new book about our discipline, or would like to order a title from the publishers, your review could appear in our journal.

Equally you might have written, edited or contributed to a new book and would like to recommend it for review.

You may also wish to highlight a specifically useful text for our popular ‘Classic from the Journalism Bookshelf’ section.

All and any offers of contribution are welcome and reviews are only 600 words long, so well within the capabilities of most Journalism academics.

To find out more, or offer a contribution, please contact Journalism Education reviews editor Tor Clark now at TClark@dmu.ac.uk or to enjoy past Reviews sections of the journal, please see http://journalism-education.org