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Information Security Essentials

by Susan E. McGregor

As technological and legal changes have hollowed out the protections that reporters and news organizations have depended upon for decades, information security concerns facing journalists as they report, produce,...


Suppressed

by Robert M. Smith

Four million people in nearly 200 countries read The New York Times. Of these, many are opinion-leaders. Journalists everywhere read the paper to get a supposedly objective view of the news and to learn what...


Ten Days in a Mad-House - Feigning Insanity in Order to Reveal Asylum Horrors

by Bly & Frances E. Willard

?Ten Days in a Mad-House? is an 1887 work by American journalist Elizabeth Seaman. Originally published as a series of articles for the New York World, the book contains Seaman's ground-breaking exposé of an...


Historical Dictionary of Journalism

by Ross Eaman

This book covers the history of journalism as an institutionalized form of discourse from the acta diurna in ancient Rome to the news aggregators of the 21st century. It traces how journalism gradually distinguished...


Historical Dictionary of Journalism

by Ross Eaman

This book covers the history of journalism as an institutionalized form of discourse from the acta diurna in ancient Rome to the news aggregators of the 21st century. It traces how journalism gradually distinguished...


Disaffected

by Tanya Agathocleous

Disaffected examines the effects of antisedition law on the overlapping public spheres of India and Britain under empire. After 1857, the British government began censoring the press in India, culminating in...


If God Is a Virus

by Seema Yasmin

Based on original reporting from West Africa and the United States, and the poet 's experiences as a doctor and journalist, If God Is A Virus charts the course of the largest and deadliest Ebola epidemic in...


Gareth Jones

by Ray Gamache

Since Gareth Jones?s historic press conference in Berlin in 1933 when he became the first journalist to reveal the existence and extent of the Holodomor, a Soviet-induced famine in Ukraine in which over four...


Gareth Jones

by Ray Gamache

Since Gareth Jones?s historic press conference in Berlin in 1933 when he became the first journalist to reveal the existence and extent of the Holodomor, a Soviet-induced famine in Ukraine in which over four...


Summer Kisses at Mermaids Point

by Sarah Bennett

'A joy from start to finish. A glorious romance full of family and community with a delicious cast of characters and a heart warming setting.' Jules Wake

Laurie Morgan runs a café in the small seaside community...


The Universal Journalist

by David Randall & Jemma Crew

This is the only 'how to' book on journalism written by writers and editors who have operated at the top level in national news. It has long been the go-to book of advice for young reporters

This edition includes...


Entertaining Ethics

by Chad Painter & Lee Wilkins

“The play’s the thing wherein I’ll catch the conscience of the king...” Shakespeare was repeating what the ancient Greeks had pioneered—if you want to tell a moral lesson and have it remembered, then...


The Village of Lost and Found

by Alison Sherlock

Brand NEW from the bestselling author of The Village Shop For Lonely Hearts.

Scandal hit party girl Lucy Conway needs to leave London fast, so she packs her bags and escapes to the sleepy village of Cranbridge...


Arab Media Systems

by Carola Richter & Claudia Kozman

This volume provides a comparative analysis of media systems in the Arab world, based on criteria informed by the historical, political, social, and economic factors influencing a country’s media. Reaching...


Palestine for the Third Time

by Ksawery Pruszynski & Wiesiek Powaga

Palestine for the Third Time is a book of reportage originally published in Poland in 1933 by Ksawery Pruszy?ski, a young reporter working for a Polish newspaper, who went to Mandate Palestine to see for himself...


Solutions Journalism

by Bill Dodd

As audiences avoid negative news and public risk perceptions fracture across polarized media ecologies, journalists are being called upon to tell engaging and optimistic stories about the future. Consequently,...


Imagined Audiences

by Jacob L. Nelson

Many believe the solution to ongoing crises in the news industry--including profound financial instability and public distrust--is for journalists to improve their relationship with their audiences. This raises...


Photography in the Third Reich

by Christopher Webster

This lucid and comprehensive collection of essays by an international group of scholars constitutes a photo-historical survey of select photographers who embraced National Socialism during the Third Reich. These...


The Image of Africa in Ghana’s Press

by Michael Serwornoo

The Image of Africa in Ghana’s Press is of high conceptual, theoretical and methodological quality. It gives a good overview of the literature and the state of the art in the fields tackled by the author....


The Walter Lippmann Reader

by Walter Lippmann

Collected in this massive 500+ page omnibus editions are Walter Lippman?s four most important books. These four books are seminal texts in the fields of media studies, political science, and social psychology....