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Journalism, Online Comments, and the Future of Public Discourse

by Marie Shanahan

Comments on digital news stories and on social media play an increasingly important role in public discourse as more citizens communicate through online networks. The reasons for eliminating comments on news...

A Saturnalia of Bunk

by H. L. Mencken & S. T. Joshi

H. L. Mencken’s reputation as a journalist and cultural critic of the twentieth century has endured well into the twenty-first. His early contributions as a writer, however, are not very well known. He began...

Towards a Praxis-based Media and Journalism Research

by Leon Barkho

This volume weaves together ongoing scholarly debates around how to bridge the gap between theory and practice in media and journalism research. It relies heavily on articles media scholars and media practitioners...

The Smear

by Sharyl Attkisson

Ever wonder how politics turned into a take-no-prisoners blood sport? The New York Times bestselling author of Stonewalled pulls back the curtain on the shady world of opposition research and reveals the dirty...

Operation Yellow Star / Black Thursday

by Maurice Rajsfus, Mike Mitchell & Phyllis Aronoff

A two-part book in which French investigative journalist Maurice Rajsfus, who survived the 1942 "Black Thursday" roundup at Vel d’Hiv of 13,000 Jews, recollects events that day and uses meticulous research...

Trigger Warnings

by Emily J. M. Knox

With “triggered” as Google’s most searched word of 2016, trigger warnings have become a prevalent yet controversial concept in American higher education and society. As the debate over the value and place...

Journalistic Authority

by Matt Carlson

When we encounter a news story, why do we accept its version of events? A complicated set of cultural, structural, and technological relationships inform this interaction, and Journalistic Authority provides...

Environment Reporters in the 21st Century

by JoAnn Myer Valenti

Environment Reporters in the 21st Century is the story of a relatively new journalistic beat, environmental reporting. This book explores the development of the environmental beat as a specialty during the last...

Why I'm a Journalist: Personal Stories from Those Who Cover the News

by Aaron Chimbel

Why be a journalist? It can be a difficult job with long hours, hard work and an uncertain future. Journalists face relentless criticism and an industry in transition. Aaron Chimbel has put together a collection...

Legendary Sports Writers of the Golden Age

by Lee Congdon

During the 1920s—the Golden Age of sports—sports writers gained their own recognition while covering such athletes as Babe Ruth, Bobby Jones, Jack Dempsey, and Red Grange. The top journalists of the era...

News and the Human Interest Story

by Helen MacGill Hughes

In this account of the growth of newspapers in modern, industrial society, Helen Hughes traces the development of a mass audience through analysis of the origins of the human interest story in the popular ballads...

Social Media Communication: Concepts, Practices, Data, Law and Ethics

by Jeremy Harris Lipschultz

In the second edition of Social Media Communication: Concepts, Practices, Data, Law and Ethics, Jeremy Harris Lipschultz presents a wide-scale, interdisciplinary analysis and guide to social media. Examining...

Broadcast News Writing, Reporting, and Producing

by Frank Barnas

Broadcast News Writing, Reporting, and Producing, 7th Edition is the leading book covering all aspects of writing and reporting the news. It identifies the key concepts and terms readers need to know in the...

The Press and the Suburbs: The Daily Newspapers of New Jersey

by David B. Sachsman

The changing economic and demographic patterns of the United States have many measurements; few of them, however, are more comprehensive than the new circulation realities of the press. This volume tells the...

Researching the Nineteenth-Century Periodical Press: Case Studies

by Alexis Easley, Andrew King & John Morton

Extending the work of The Routledge Handbook to Nineteenth-Century British Periodicals and Newspapers, this volume provides a critical introduction and case studies that illustrate cutting-edge approaches to...

Writing and Editing for Digital Media

by Brian Carroll

Writing and Editing for Digital Media teaches students how to write effectively for digital spaces-whether writing for an app, crafting a story for a website, blogging, or using social media to expand the conversation....

Turn Up the Volume: A Down and Dirty Guide to Podcasting

by Michael O'Connell

Turn Up the Volume equips journalism students, professionals, and others interested in producing audio content with the know-how necessary to launch a podcast for the first time. It addresses the unique challenges...

Advancing Comparative Media and Communication Research

by Joseph M. Chan & Francis L. F. Lee

A comparative approach to media and communication research plays an important, if not indispensable, role in achieving a core mission of researchers: to delimit the generality and specificity of media and communication...

Interviewing for Journalists

by Emma Lee-Potter

Interviewing for Journalists focuses on the central journalistic skill of how to ask the right questions in the right way. It is a practical and concise guide for all print and online journalists - professionals,...

Living Journalism: Principles & Practices for an Essential Profession: Principles & Practices for an Essential Profession

by Rich Martin

For journalism to survive and flourish, it needs journalists who understand its importance to society, believe in and are committed to its core values, and can put those values into action. This goal is at the...