The Elements of Journalism
What Newspeople Should Know and the Public Should Expect, Completely Updated and Revised
Kovach, Bill and Rostentiel, Tomhttp://www.journalism.org/node/71
Year Published: 2001
Pages: 208pp Price: $16.95 ISBN: 978-0-609-50431-4
Resource Type: Book
The Elements of Journalism delineates the core principles shared by journalists across media, even across cultures. These principles flow from the essential function news plays in people's lives. This new edition, published April 2007, is completely updated and revised and includes a new 10th principle--the rights and responsibilites of citizens -- flowing from new power conveyed by technology to the citizen as a consumer and editor of their own news and information.
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