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Some of the finest minds in the field present a provocative treatise on the practice and promise of journalism today.

 
This book is an idealistic yet practical guide for journalism scholars, analysts, students, and professionals. Reflecting the mission of the Poynter Institute to educate journalists and media leaders to better serve the citizens of our democracy, its essay
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Paperback, 224 pages
Published April 25th 2005 by University Press of Florida
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Recommends it for: Anyone interested in Journalism an the Media
There are so many essays in this book that I want to make multiple copies of and distribute. The first article is pretty poorly written and hard to get into though - I advise skipping it.
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