Principles of Editing: A Comprehensive Guide for Students and Journalists
Covering everything from line, creative, and display editing, to photo cropping and layout, Principles of Editing is a hands-on/practical reference. Its student-friendly approach blends the basics of how to become a master wordsmith with the fundamentals of designing an aesthetically pleasing newspaper. It offers insight into the ever changing role that the editor plays in today's newspaper. The text is further enhanced by special sections on law and ethics which provide the background knowledge necessary to supplement editing technique.
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