Journalistic Writing

Now we see ample evidence of it in the blogosphere, which displays some of the worst examples of writing ever to emerge ... This book is designed to be a compact, all-in-one-source antidote to bad, even mediocre, journalistic writing.

Author: Robert M. Knight

Publisher: Marion Street Press

ISBN: 9781933338385

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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"An indispensable guide." Richard Lederer, author of The Write Way, Sleeping Dogs Don't Lay, and Comma Sense --

Credibility Honesty Ethics Politeness in Academic and Journalistic Writing

Journalistic. Writings. Concerning. the. Name. Dispute. in. Macedonia. Iskra Angjelova if Journalism has always been fundamental to ... and that is the issue of credibility, honesty, ethics, and politeness in journalistic writing.

Author: Josef Schmied

Publisher: Cuvillier Verlag

ISBN: 9783736989535

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 168

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The present volume draws on the experience of the Summer School held in August 2018 in Split, where graduate students and experienced scholars met from Germany, Albania, Serbia, Macedonia, and Croatia. All contributions discuss small-scale empirical research on the threatened ideals mentioned in the title as desirable and achievable parts of their daily lives as members of modern universities and civil societies. The contributions can also serve as a general model for open and critical international and intercultural academic discourse in joint teaching, research and publishing.

Conflicting Truths in Academic and Journalistic Writing

However, in the complex process of journalistic writing, there are many possible factors influencing the journalist's choices such as the administration and related 'powerful' actors, the journal he or she is writing for and its agenda ...

Author: Josef Schmied

Publisher: Cuvillier Verlag

ISBN: 9783736962071

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 296

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The present volume draws on the experience of the Summer School held in August 2019 in Ohrid, where graduate students and experienced scholars met from Germany, Albania, Serbia, Macedonia, and Croatia. All contributions discuss original empirical research on texts that construe conflicting truths in the idest sense, either from academic or from journalistic writing, mainly from a South Eastern European perspective. The contributions can also serve as a general model for open and critical international and intercultural academic discourse in joint teaching, research and publishing.

Find a Story and Tell It Teaching Journalistic Writing

Then, Chapter 11 introduces the elements of poor articles by showing how a writer's best intentions can be undone by ... and learn from my experiences so that you can feel better prepared to plan your own course in journalistic writing.

Author: Marshall Grodin

Publisher: Shell Education

ISBN: 9781425892258

Category: Journalism

Page: 176

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Sex Social Purity and Sarah Grand Journalistic writings and contemporary reception

These ambivalences are reflected in Grand's writings . Feminizing the New Journalism Margaret Beetham has argued that the New Woman and the ' new ' , female - oriented press of the fin de siècle interacted in redefining fashionable ...

Author: Sarah Grand

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 0415214114

Category: Feminism

Page: 573

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Sarah Grand was one of the most prominent New Women of the 1890s and a notable social purity feminist and suffragist. This collection offers important insights into the full range of her journalistic output and lesser-known fictional writings. It also makes available biographical and autobiographical material, and previously unpublished manuscript sources. The first volume reproduces Grand's articles and the contemporary critical reception of her work. The letters in volume two, written mostly in the 1920s and 1930s, shed light on Grand's genesis as a writer and her interaction with 1890s artistic and feminist circles. The third and fourth volumes contain a selection of short stories from three collections published at and after the turn of the century. These comment on some of the explosive issues of that time: feminism, decadence, eugenics, class, race and war. They also reflect Grand's exploration of the interplay between gender and genre.

Applied Writing by the Journalistic Method

... 169 Constructions, parallel, 285 Constructive journalism, 262 Contrast in ideas, 184 in page makeup, 200, ... 206, 228, 270 imaginary, 238 in formal writing, 312 loose abbreviations in, 145 Correcting, community ills, 53 manuscript, ...

Author: Perley Isaac Reed

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:$B133846

Category: Authorship

Page: 332

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Real Life Writings in American Literary Journalism a Narratological Study

The author becomes as much a character as any player in the story which he or she has written. Point of view, Tom Wolfe explains, is used by the journalistic writer to “present every scene to the reader through the eyes of a particular ...

Author: Gurpreet Kaur

Publisher: Partridge Publishing

ISBN: 9781482850857

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 258

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This referential collection of essays is an important guide to the emergence and development of literary journalism through the centuries. The book begins with the defining of genres, literature and journalism, which blur the lines between them. It also gives an insight into the theories of narratology. Some practitioners included in this book are great American writers like, John Hersey, Truman Capote, Norman Mailer and Don DeLillo. These literary journalists bring to life both major as well trivial issues of the society. New journalists coalesce all the fictional techniques with the journalistic methods to present a unique and sophisticated style which requires extensive research and even more careful reporting than done in the typical news articles. The book closes with the concluding thoughts followed by list of works cited.

Journalist Gandhi Selected Writings of Gandhi

The educational mission that the press is capable of accomplishing depends, in a large measure, upon the talent of those who write for the papers. If a journalist possesses personality, he can accustom his readers to follow him into ...

Author: Sunil Sharma

Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan

ISBN:

Category: Law

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Harijan presented the Mahatma when he was alive in his many moods: friend, philosopher, guide, politician, statesman, saint. He was all that and much more. He was the complete editor. There never was an editor like him before and there never will be another like him in the future. The times, of course, made the man. But the man contributed to his times in many wondrous ways.

Henry George Collected Journalistic Writings

Collected Journalistic Writings Henry George, Kenneth C. Wenzer. Although the promise of the Gold Rush was rapidly receding, the reckless and adventurous spirit that made for personal wealth was still very alive in the San Francisco of ...

Author: Henry George

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317468790

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 1525

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More than a century after his death in 1897, Henry George remains one of the most original and influential economic thinkers in American history. His revolutionary theory on land taxation gained a tremendous following, reshaped the nation's political and economic debate, and continues today to be a widely discussed and controversial subject throughout the world. George's seminal work was Progress and Poverty (1879), but as a reformer, economist, journalist, and political candidate he wrote scores of articles on a vast array of topics, including political thought, election reform, immigration, labor, Lincoln, presidential campaigns, private property, socialism, industrialization, Ireland, Australia, the Chinese in California, and his race for mayor of New York City. His writing shaped a generation of statesmen and intellectuals, including Winston Churchill, Robert La Follette, Clarence Darrow, George Bernard Shaw, and Milton Friedman. Despite his profound influence on economic thought and American reform, he remains understudied, in part because many of his writings appeared in obscure journals, long-defunct daily newspapers, and long out-of-print collections. This four-volume set rectifies this problem by gathering all of George's hard-to-find articles and essays in one comprehensive edition. It also includes the first biographical sketch of him, written in 1884 and never before republished, as well as numerous articles he wrote during his tour of Australia in 1890. Edited by noted George scholar Kenneth C. Wenzer, each article is reprinted in its original form with annotations. There is a general introduction to each volume. A timeline of George's activities and travels is also included.

Writing for Journalists

This is one of the latter. Hicks and his co-writers produce a book that is a joy to read and is packed full of helpful advice.' – Chris Frost, Journalist 'You don't have to be a journalist to read this book.

Author: Wynford Hicks

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134045617

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 208

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Praise for the first edition: 'There are books that are badly written, books that are well written and books that you wish you'd written. This is one of the latter. Hicks and his co-writers produce a book that is a joy to read and is packed full of helpful advice.' – Chris Frost, Journalist 'You don't have to be a journalist to read this book. Anyone with an interest in improving their writing skills and developing a sense of good style will find it useful Wynford Hicks takes a no-nonsense, sleeves rolled up approach to writing which has no time for preciousness.' – Roy Johnson, Mantex 'Writing for Journalists neatly fills a gap in the market for a no-nonsense book for trainees written by trainers who genuinely understand the industry and who have moved with the times.' – Sharon Wheeler, Journalism Studies Writing for Journalists is about the craft of journalistic writing: how to put one word after another so that the reader gets the message – or the joke – goes on reading and comes back for more. It is a practical guide for all those who write for newspapers, periodicals and websites, whether students, trainees or professionals. This revised and updated edition introduces the reader to the essentials of good writing. Based on critical analysis of news stories, features and reviews from daily and weekly papers, consumer magazines, specialist trade journals and a variety of websites, Writing for Journalists includes: advice on how to start writing and how to improve and develop your style how to write a news story which is informative, concise and readable tips on feature writing from researching profiles to writing product round-ups how to structure and write reviews a new chapter on writing online copy.

Journalism Reporting Writing and Editing

The journalist seeks continually to discover a story that can be the story, that is, which can be understood as true by ... of journalists are social and how much of what they write as having been uncovered is in fact negotiated.

Author: Rowan Kidd

Publisher: Scientific e-Resources

ISBN: 9781839472916

Category:

Page: 296

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The present book has been brought into being in view of incessant demand pertaining to the subject Journalism, inherently requires that stories be told in-depth. Many newspapers have cut out long articles even before the Internet. They have followed the example set by television news. They have been hit by the rising price of newsprint, and the renewed emphasis on cost cutting. They are convinced that readers are pressed for time, impatient with detail, and conditioned to ingest the news in pellet-like form. The bulk of broadcast news is reporting in the sense that is used is different rather than journalism. It is epitomized by the two-minute wire service radio bulletin on the hour already a fast disappearing format. In this incisive and well-presented work, the book has synthesized the findings to lay down principles of sound journalism for both those in the industry and the citizens, who rely on the free press as a fundamental element of democracy. First and foremost among these principles is journalism's obligation to the truth. It will immensely benefit students, teachers, mass communicators, theoreticians and practitioners alike. Something usable today, a ready reckoner for years to come and a collector's item for all times. A must read endurable and preservable

Professional Writing

Journalistic writing can vary from factual (such as reporting news stories), to informative (such as the scripting of scientific documentaries), to promotional (such as marketing products in business publications) and to demagogic (such ...

Author: Sky Marsen

Publisher: Red Globe Press

ISBN: 9781352008043

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Fashion Journalism

Exploring what sets fashion journalism apart from other forms of journalistic writing, the book features a wide range of global fashion case studies, from Carmel Snow's reporting on Dior's 'New Look' to 1970s responses to Yves Saint Laurent ...

Author: Sanda Miller

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781474269667

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 192

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Fashion is all around us, and so too is fashion journalism. Discussions of fashion proliferate in an ever-increasing range of media, from newspapers and magazines to tweets and TV programs. Fashion Journalism: History, Theory and Practice is an accessible, comprehensive guide to writing about fashion in any form, whether in style blogging, magazine interviews, news reportage or art reviews. Exploring what sets fashion journalism apart from other forms of journalistic writing, the book features a wide range of global fashion case studies, from Carmel Snow's reporting on Dior's 'New Look' to 1970s responses to Yves Saint Laurent, and Diana Vreeland's role as a fashion editor. Through a series of engaging exercises, you will learn how to find inspiration, carry out successful research, structure your work logically, use a style appropriate to your readership, and to make the leap from descriptive writing to informed analysis and criticism. Engaging and clearly written, Fashion Journalism examines how recent technological developments are shaping and driving fashion journalism, and delves into the theory and practice of writing about fashion.

Convergent Journalism An Introduction

The main problem is that we don't know or don't embrace the notion that journalistic writing is for others, not ourselves. Good writers often have expansive vocabularies and pride themselves on using words that look impressive on the ...

Author: Vincent F. Filak

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000735390

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 192

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Convergent Journalism: An Introduction is the pioneering textbook on practicing journalism in the 21st century, now in its third edition, offering chapters by industry experts covering key components for today’s convergenced media landscape. Each chapter of this book is written by an expert in the field, offering practical and key skills for the different aspects that make up the practice of journalism today. This new edition, written from the ground up, shifts the discussion toward a model of responsible and audience-centric journalism and demonstrates the ways journalists can use new media tools as both senders and receivers. The bedrock tenets of journalism remain at the core of this book, including information dissemination, storytelling, and audience engagement. This book offers readers: • A number of pedagogical features to improve learning and retention, including examples, exercises, breakout boxes and more • Coverage of additional topics such as issues of law and ethics in digital media, and also writing for mobile platforms and social media • Individual chapters written by subject experts, giving readers the necessary know-how for converged media by proven leaders in the field Students looking for the practical skills and ethical background necessary for producing journalism in the contemporary media landscape will find this book an invaluable resource. It is perfect for students in courses such as Convergent Journalism, Digital Media, Online Journalism, and Multimedia Journalism.

The Rediscovered Writings of Rose Wilder Lane Literary Journalist

She is a fiction writer; she is a master of children's literature; she is a political rhetorician; she is a journalist. What none of these scholars have done is examine the whole of her work from all its angles, valuing her journalism ...

Author: Amy Mattson Lauters

Publisher: University of Missouri Press

ISBN: 9780826265838

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 176

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Through numerous short stories, novels such as Free Land, and political writings such as “Credo,” Rose Wilder Lane forged a literary career that would be eclipsed by the shadow of her mother, Laura Ingalls Wilder, whose Little House books Lane edited. Lane’s fifty-year career in journalism has remained largely unexplored. This book recovers journalistic work by an American icon for whom scholarly recognition is long overdue. Amy Mattson Lauters introduces readers to Lane’s life through examples of her journalism and argues that her work and career help establish her not only as an author and political rhetorician but also as a literary journalist. Lauters has assembled a collection of rarely seen nonfiction articles that illustrate Lane’s talent as a writer of literary nonfiction, provide on-the-spot views of key moments in American cultural history, and offer sharp commentary on historical events. Through this collection of Lane’s journalism, dating from early work for Sunset magazine in 1918 to her final piece for Woman’s Day set in 1965 Saigon, Lauters shows how Lane infused her writing with her particular ideology of Americanism and individualism, self-reliance, and freedom from government interference, thereby offering stark commentary on her times. Lane shares her experiences as an extra in a Douglas Fairbanks movie and interviews D.W. Griffith. She reports on average American women struggling to raise a family in wartime and hikes over the Albanian mountains between the world wars. Her own maturing conservative political views provide a lens through which readers can view debates over the draft, war, and women’s citizenship during World War II, and her capstone piece brings us again into a culture torn by war, this time in Southeast Asia. These writings have not been available to the reading public since they first appeared. They encapsulate important moments for Lane and her times, revealing the woman behind the text, the development of her signature literary style, and her progression as a writer. Lauters’s introduction reveals the flow of Lane’s life and career, offering key insights into women’s history, the literary journalism genre, and American culture in the first half of the twentieth century. Through these works, readers will discover a writer whose cultural identity was quintessentially American, middle class, midwestern, and simplistic—and who assumed the mantle of custodian to Americanism through women’s arts. The Rediscovered Writings of Rose Wilder Lane traces the extraordinary relationship between one woman and American society over fifty pivotal years and offers readers a treasury of writings to enjoy and discuss.

Seeing Things as They Are Selected Journalism and Other Writings

Himself a highly successful writer of novels, short stories and radio scripts and with experience as a teacher in a school of journalism, he makes it clear from the outset that this profession is not an easy one.

Author: George Orwell

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9780141984247

Category: Literary Collections

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'This selection is a ceaseless delight ... there is a treat on almost every page' Daily Telegraph George Orwell wrote, in his words, from 'a desire to see things as they are'. This new collection of his journalism and other writings, including articles, essays, broadcasts, poems, book and film reviews from across his career, shows his unmatched genius for observing the world. Whether discussing Polish immigration or Scottish independence, railing against racism, defending the English language or holding an imaginary conversation with Jonathan Swift, these pieces reveal a clear-eyed, entertaining and eternally relevant chronicler of his age. Edited with an introduction by Peter Davison 'Orwell's luminous gift was for seeing things, for noticing what others missed, took for granted or simply found uninteresting, for discovering meaning and wonder in the familiarity of the everyday... Nothing escaped or seemed beneath his notice, which was what made him such a good reporter... Seeing Things As They Are is intended to be a collection first and foremost of his journalism, with preference given to lesser-known pieces and reviews as well as some of the poems he wrote. It is full of interest and curiosities' Jason Cowley, Financial Times 'Peter Davison gives us a feast of [Orwell's] shorter writings, showing how from such hesitant beginnings he evolved into the writer of enduring importance we know, committed to decency, equality and political honesty, who could nevertheless wax lyrical over the first signs of spring or an imaginary English pub' Gordon Bowker, Independent

Business Journalism

What you’ll learn Good basic journalistic practice How to write an effective business news article Reporting business for television Basics of economic reporting and the importance of the census Understanding financial markets and ...

Author: Keith Hayes

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781430263494

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 248

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Business Journalism: How to Report on Business and Economics is a basic guide for journalists working in countries moving to open-market economies, students in journalism courses, journalists changing direction from general news reporting to business and economic reporting, and bloggers. It also explains the differences in technique required for general reporters to deliver business news for text, TV, or radio. Veteran journalist Keith Hayes, who has worked for such organizations as Reuters, PBS, the BBC, CBC, and CNBC, provides a quick reference to journalistic practice that covers everything from how to meet a deadline to getting answers from company or government officials who would rather not talk. It also provides background on specific knowledge that journalists should have to report on the business and the economy accurately and with insight. That includes understanding the major markets and how they work, learning to read a balance sheet, and getting the story even when a company or government sets up roadblocks. As Hayes demonstrates, effective journalists are story tellers who need to tell the story well while making certain they are providing the facts as they find them and understand them. Among other things, readers will also learn: How to write a business news story How to report business news on television How to report in a globalized business worldHow to get usable information from press conferences and briefings The basics of macroeconomics, the financial markets, and company-specific financial data How to dig for facts and get the story This book covers comprehensively the basics of business and economic reporting. With its insights and tips from Hayes and other veteran journalists, it’s a book that will remain on your shelf for years to come and help you acquire and cement career-enhancing skills. It will also help you hone your craft as you begin to write more sophisticated stories and take jobs of increasing responsibility. What you’ll learn Good basic journalistic practice How to write an effective business news article Reporting business for television Basics of economic reporting and the importance of the census Understanding financial markets and privatization Reading and interpreting company accounts Who this book is for Journalism students; novice journalists; experienced journalists in general news who want to switch to business reporting; and journalists in emerging economies where training opportunities are sparse. Table of Contents Establishing Good Journalistic Practices Writing an Effective Business News Article Writing for the Different Business News Media Establishing Sources of Information Enterprise Reporting Ethics and Change Making Economic Reporting Relevant Getting the Best from Press Conferences and Briefings Television Reporting Skills Reporting on Business for Television Newswires and their Role Getting the Pictures Writing and Reporting for New Media Macroeconomics Globalization and Comparisons with Neighboring Economies Stock and Bond Markets Markets for Commodities and Exotic Financial Products Investigating Company Accounts and Assessing the Board Privatization SMEs and the Economy The Importance of a Census Current Reporting: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly The Pros Speak Sample Balance Sheet