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Practising Journalism: Values, Constraints, Implications

by Nalini Rajan SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Pub Date:
08/2005
ISBN:
9780761933793
Format:
Pbk 358 pages
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AU$59.99 NZ$63.47
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Practising Journalism brings together experts from the field of journalism: journalists; freelance writers; lectures; and media practitioners to provide a comprehensive collection of current articles. Offering a unique view of the way journalism is both practiced and taught, this book is divided into four section: core values in journalism; specialisation within the craft; the constraints of practice and implications for the future. It covers areas including: gender and identity in the popular press; sports journalism; urban reporting; embedded journalism; censorship; and alternative media. This book is essential reading for students of journalism and all those considering a career in the field.

PART ONE: THE CORE VALUES
PART TWO: SPECIALISATION WITHIN THE CRAFT
PART THREE: THE CONSTRAINTS OF PRACTICE
PART FOUR: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FUTURE

The editor successfully brings together a number of pieces that provide an overview on journalism practices entrenched in India. Its contribution to international journalism is valuable. This book should be particularly useful for international journalism academics, students of journalism.