Mass Media Writing: An Introduction
Allyn and Bacon, Aug 1, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 350 pages
Because journalism and mass media students need and benefit from writing skills for print-based media, this text first provides a strong foundation in newspaper writing techniques. Following chapters cover other media writing styles and discuss how and why these writing styles differ from (and resemble) newspaper writing. A final chapter discusses legal aspects of writing, including libel, invasion of privacy, and First Amendment rights.
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