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  • À «Combat». Éditoriaux et articles (1944-1947) by Albert Camus

    By Albert Camus

    Entre le 21 août 1944 et le three juin 1947, Albert Camus est rédacteur en chef et éditorialiste à strive against.

    Ses one hundred sixty five articles – signés, authentifiés, ou légitimement attribuables – nous transmettent le témoignage lucide d’un journaliste conscient de ses responsabilités dans une époque où, au sortir de l’Occupation, il faut à l. a. fois réorganiser los angeles vie quotidienne et dessiner l’avenir de los angeles France et de l’Europe. Sur de multiples sujets – los angeles politique intérieure ; l’épuration ; los angeles politique étrangère ; les droits, les devoirs et le rôle d’une nouvelle presse ; los angeles politique coloniale, et, en particulier, los angeles nécessité de doter l’Algérie d’un nouveau statut –, Camus informe et réagit.

    On entend dans ces textes los angeles voix passionnée d’un écrivain dans l’histoire, épris de justice, de liberté et de vérité ; mais aussi obstinément soucieux d’introduire l. a. morale en politique et d’exiger le admire de los angeles dignité humaine.

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  • Headlines from the Heartland: Reinventing the Hindi Public by Sevanti Ninan

    By Sevanti Ninan

    According to over a hundred and fifty interviews with reporters, readers, publishers, politicians, directors, and activists, in addition to professional content material research, this ebook tells the continued tale of the clicking within the Hindi heartland. opposed to the backdrop of the connection among press and society, writer Sevanti Ninan describes the emergence of a neighborhood public sphere; reinvention of the general public sphere by means of the hot non-elite readership; the impression on politics, management, and social activism; the implications of constructing newspapers reader instead of editor-led; the democratization of the Hindi press with the arrival of village-level citizen reporters; and the impression of caste and communalism at the Hindi press.  

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  • The Language of Journalism: A Multi-genre Perspective by Michael Higgins

    By Michael Higgins

    The Language of Journalism goals to supply an available, wide-ranging introductory textbook for a number of scholars. The booklet explores the importance of various linguistic practices happening in journalism, demonstrating and facilitating using research in assisting expert journalistic and media practice.
    The booklet introduces the diversities in language conventions that boost throughout media systems. It covers the entire key journalistic mediums on hand this present day, together with activity, on-line and citizen journalism along the extra general chapters on journal, newspaper and broadcast journalism. basically written and established, it will be a key textual content for journalism students.

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  • Children of the Occupation: Japan's Untold Story by Walter Hamilton

    By Walter Hamilton

    A relocating account of the lives of mixed-race young ones of occupied Japan. youngsters of the career blends oral histories with an historic and political research of foreign race kinfolk and immigration coverage in North the United States and Australia. It highlights the little-known tale of the hundreds of thousands of youngsters that resulted from the unions of eastern ladies and Allied servicemen published to Japan following the second one international conflict. This robust narrative of loss, longing and reconnection is written by means of the ABC’s long-time Tokyo correspondent, Walter Hamilton.

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  • Greening the Media by Richard Maxwell

    By Richard Maxwell

    You are going to by no means examine your mobile phone, television, or desktop a similar method after studying this booklet. Greening the Media not just unearths the soiled secrets and techniques that disguise inside of our favourite digital units; it additionally takes aside the myths that experience driven those contraptions to the heart of our lives. Marshaling an excellent array of monetary, environmental, and ancient proof, Maxwell and Miller debunk the concept that details and conversation applied sciences (ICT) are fresh and ecologically benign. The authors exhibit how the actual truth of constructing, eating, and discarding them is rife with poisonous materials, toxic operating stipulations, and dangerous waste. yet all isn't really misplaced. because the name indicates, Maxwell and Miller stay seriously on those environmental difficulties that allows you to imagine creatively approximately how one can clear up them. They enlist a variety of capability allies during this attempt to foster greener media--from eco-friendly shoppers to eco-friendly voters, with stops alongside tips to pay attention from exploited employees, celebrities, and diverse bureaucrats. eventually, Greening the Media rethinks the prestige of print and reveal applied sciences, commencing new strains of old and social research of ICT, client electronics, and media creation.

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  • The Indexing Companion by Glenda Browne

    By Glenda Browne

    Indexes are created to aid humans locate details. Indexers work flat out to discover the simplest phrases to explain the themes lined by way of their books and collections. This e-book is an reduction to determination making in indexing. It goals to examine judgements that indexers need to make daily. Many e-book indexers are created through expert indexers, yet others are made through authors and editors. Indexing is a part of their task for librarians, museum curators, technical writers and topic experts. The ebook presents anything of price for all indexers.

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  • Deciding What's News: A Study of CBS Evening News, NBC by Herbert J. Gans

    By Herbert J. Gans

    For ten years, Herbert J. Gans spent significant time in 4 significant tv and journal newsrooms, looking at and chatting with the reporters who decide on the nationwide information tales that tell the USA approximately itself. Writing throughout the golden age of journalism, Gans incorporated such headline occasions because the battle on Poverty, the Vietnam battle and the protests opposed to it, city ghetto problems, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy, and Watergate. He used to be drawn to the values, expert criteria, and the exterior pressures that formed journalists' judgments.

    Deciding What's information has develop into a vintage. a brand new preface outlines the key alterations that experience taken position within the information media due to the fact Gans first wrote the e-book, however it additionally means that the fundamentals of reports judgment and the buildings of stories corporations have replaced little. Gans's ebook remains to be the main finished sociological account of a few of the country's such a lot admired nationwide information media. The e-book acquired the 1979 Theatre Library organization Award and the 1980 e-book Award of the nationwide organization of academic Broadcasters. this can be the 1st paintings to be released less than the Medill tuition of Journalism's "Visions of the yank Press" imprint, a brand new journalism historical past sequence that includes either unique volumes and reprints of significant classics.

    Note: primarily a retail variation. quality.

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  • Broadcast Journalism: A Critical Introduction by Jane Chapman, Marie Kinsey

    By Jane Chapman, Marie Kinsey

    Broadcast Journalism offers a serious research of the most important abilities required to paintings within the sleek studio, on-location, or online, with chapters written by way of pros from the BBC, ITV, CNN and self reliant construction businesses within the united kingdom and US. parts highlighted contain: * interviewing * getting to know * enhancing * writing * reporting. the sensible information are balanced with chapters on illustration, ethics, legislation, economics and background, in addition to professional parts comparable to documentary and the reporting of politics, company, game and big name. Broadcast Journalism concludes with an essential bankruptcy on profession making plans to behave as a springboard in your destiny paintings within the broadcast industry.

    Contributors: Jim Beaman; Jane Chapman; Fiona Chesterton; Tim criminal; Anne Dawson; Tony Harcup; Jackie Harrison; Ansgard Heinrich; Emma Hemmingway; Patricia Holland; David Holmes; Gary Hudson; Nicholas Jones; Marie Kinsey; Roger Laughton; Leslie Mitchell; Jeremy Orlebar; Claire Simmons; Katie Stewart; Ingrid Volkmer; Mike Ward; Deborah Wilson

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