From wearing out shoe leather to the latest technologies, Journalism Research and Investigation in a Digital World helps journalism students and journalists who are embarking on their careers learn how to conduct complex investigations. It recognises that journalists need to develop skills that will enable them to work across a range of media platforms, while adapting to the new technology that will help them locate, interpret and package information in a faster, more efficient way. Key features: Practical case studies written by a range of journalists in the field documenting how they tackled a particular story. Highlights international and local examples, including Wikileaks and investigative social journalism and the Arab Spring. Written to allow readers to pick and choose the chapters and case studies to suit their immediate needs. Journalism Research and Investigation in a Digital World is also available as an e-book.
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Stephen Tanner is professor of Journalism at the University of Wollongong. He has previously worked as a journalist and government media adviser. Stephen is an active researcher, having published widely on a range of topics, including media ethics, politics and teaching practice. He is currently lead researcher on an OLT grant looking at employer attitudes towards the qualifications of journalism graduates. Nick Richardson has been a journalist for 30 years. He has worked on newspapers and magazines in the UK and Australia, including The (Melbourne) Herald, The Australian and The Bulletin. He was an associate editor of The Herald Sun and a weekly columnist. He is adjunct professor of journalism at LaTrobe University in Melbourne and editorial training manager for News Ltd's Victorian titles.
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Book Description Oxford University Press, USA, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0195518330