Cases in Journalistic Decision Making
Rosenstiel, Tom and Mitchell, Amyhttp://www.journalism.org/node/1752
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Year Published: 2003
Pages: 265pp Price: $30.50 ISBN: 978-0-231-12589-5
Resource Type: Book
Working with academic advisors and a team of long-time journalists, the Project for Excellence in Journalism created a case study curriculum for teaching journalistic process and practice. This textbook offers students the opportunity to discuss eight case studies in decision-making # including: Watergate, online journalism, the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal, and the Columbine school shooting. An accompanying set of teaching notes is available online.
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