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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Roy Peter Clark; Cole C Campbell; Poynter Institute for Media Studies.
|Notes:||"Paperback edition"--Page .
Essays, ten of which were originally published separately as booklets, 1992-1997, comprising the series Poynter papers, now reedited, with new essays added.
|Description:||xii, 202 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction / Roy Peter Clark --
Notes towards a definition of journalism / G. Stuart Adam --
The American conversation and the language of journalism / Roy Peter Clark --
Journalism enlarged : stuff that matters / Cole C. Campbell --
A call to leadership / Roy Peter Clark --
The principled and skilled leader : beyond good intentions / Bob Steele --
One journalist's sense of mission and purpose / Paula Bock --
The Woods theorem : a new formula for diversity in American news organizations / Keith Woods --
Community connectedness : passwords for public journalism / Jay Rosen --
Blacked out : local television and community coverage / Jill Geisler --
Writing, editing, design / G. Stuart Adam, Pegie Stark Adam --
Writer in the newsroom / Donald M. Murray --
The editor's ambiguous power / Karen Brown Dunlap, Foster Davis --
Credible photojournalism in a credulous age / Kenneth Irby --
Reading the news in the inkless world of cyberspace / Mike Wendland --
The sayings of Chairman Mel / Melvin Mencher.
|Other Titles:||Poynter papers.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Roy Peter Clark and Cole C. Campbell.|
"This remarkable collection amounts to an inspiring manifesto--leading-edge contributions in every corner of the field, from design to the stature of photojournalism to online writing to civic