Scholastic Journalismby Tom E. Rolnicki
For more than 50 years, Scholastic Journalism has served as a comprehensive text and guide for high school journalism students, teachers and advisers. The twenty-first century will witness ever-increasing concern with dissemination of information. New forms of media and media technology expand the potential for informing, entertaining and persuading/i>
For more than 50 years, Scholastic Journalism has served as a comprehensive text and guide for high school journalism students, teachers and advisers. The twenty-first century will witness ever-increasing concern with dissemination of information. New forms of media and media technology expand the potential for informing, entertaining and persuading audiences. Yet the basic skills of collecting, interviewing, reporting and writing are even more important than ever, and high school journalism is a crucial training ground.
The 10th edition of Scholastic Journalism reflects the exciting changes taking place in journalism. The graphics and layout are in full color not only to present a more appealing look but also to demonstrate the increasing use of color in student publications. Because current students have greater access to computers and electronic media, information about how to use these tools is integrated throughout the chapters. In addition to new examples of student work and major rewriting and updating of all previous chapters, the book includes new chapters covering on-line journalism and careers in media.
This benchmark edition extends the text's tradition of introducing students to the basics of good journalism and blends it with the methods and demands of contemporary media.
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Meet the Author
Tom E. Rolnicki is a journalism educator who resides in Minneapolis, Minn. For more than 34 years, he has taught journalism and spoken at journalism conferences throughout the United States, Canada, Germany, South Korea, Japan, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Croatia.
C. Dow Tate is a journalism teacher at Shawnee Mission East High School in Prairie Village, Kansas, and the director of the Gloria Shields All-American Publication Workshop sponsored by Dallas County Schools.
Sherri Taylor teaches graphic arts in the Visual & Interactive Communications Dept. of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She is also the director of the Empire State School Press Association at Syracuse University, and director of the School Press Institute, a summer journalism workshop for high school students.
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