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Encyclopedia of Journalism

This encyclopedia surveys the state of journalism at the end of the twenty-first century€™s first decade. The first four volumes contain some 360 entries ranging in length from 1,000 to 4,000 words,arranged by topic heading from A to Z...Coverage ranges from entries on specific countries or regions surveying the development and current state of journalism in each, to others focused on the major types of news media publications and programs (with many examples), and specific media markets. There are numerous entries about journalism€™s changing technologies, legal and ethical issues, education and training for journalism, the processes and routines of journalism, ownership and industry economics, and the audiences for news.

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Encyclopedia of Journalism
Sage Publications
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