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The international encyclopedia of journalism studies

Tim P. Vos (Editor), Folker Hanusch (Editor)
"The digital era has seen significant social, economic, and technological change in journalism, invigorating journalism studies as an academic discipline. The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies is a unique reference guide and resource on the rapidly growing and evolving field of journalism scholarship, providing credible and timely information on its key concepts, theories, and methodologies. The official encyclopedia of the International Communication Association (ICA), this invaluable text includes more than 250 entries that form a comprehensive overview of the study of journalism as a distinct field. This reference provides a solid base of essential knowledge through coverage of important historical developments and the current state of journalism. Critical insights into news media economics, ethical and legal issues, and journalism practices and platforms address contemporary issues faced by students and professionals alike. Alphabetically organized entries are divided into 11 sections, presenting a balanced approach to both the field's multidisciplinary history and its increasing specialization in the 21st century. More than an assemblage of general knowledge about journalism, this innovative work raises vital questions that invite ongoing theoretical investigation"--Back cover
Print Book, English, 2019
Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, NJ, 2019
3 volumes (xxxvii, 1772 pages) : illustrations ; 25 cm.
9781118841679, 1118841670
Volume 1. A-E
Volume 2. F-O
Volume 3. P-Y