How to Write about the Media Today

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ABC-CLIO, Mar 2, 2010 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 183 pages
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How to Write about the Media Today is the first book to offer students and media practitioners a comprehensive approach for researching and preparing a report, paper, or presentation on some aspect of today's mass communication.

How to Write about the Media Today begins with a discussion of different types of media outlets—from traditional newspapers and television to the Internet—as well as an overview of contemporary directions in media studies. This is followed by a series of step-by-step strategies for selecting topics, conducting research, and writing cogently and engagingly about media-related events and issues. Because each chapter stands on its own, this resource can be read sequentially or consulted topic-by-topic as needed.


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Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 What Am I Writing?
Chapter 3 Issues and Challenges
Chapter 4 Strategies for Success
Chapter 5 Problems and Solutions
Chapter 6 Resources for the Future

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About the author (2010)

Raśl Damacio Tovares, PhD, is associate professor in the Department of Communication at Trinity University, Washington, DC.

Alla V. Tovares, PhD, is assistant professor in the Department of English at Howard University, Washington, DC.

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