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by M.V. Charnley

  • Author: M.V. Charnley
  • ISBN: 0030896495
  • ISBN13: 978-0030896491
  • ePub: 1379 kb | FB2: 1503 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Holt,Rinehart & Winston of Canada Ltd; 3rd edition (July 1975)
  • Pages: 388
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 152
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Reporting ePub download

by Mitchell V. Charnley and Blair Charnley. It's an interesting older book, with a history of journalism (a must-read chapter, the evolution of journalism was fascinating), some tips for fieldwork, and tips on writing

by Mitchell V. It's an interesting older book, with a history of journalism (a must-read chapter, the evolution of journalism was fascinating), some tips for fieldwork, and tips on writing.

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Ellen Charnley was born in England in 1969. Are You an Author? Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Learn more at Author Central. She met her husband Don at the University of Surrey when they were both 18 years old. Together they have lived in London, Bermuda, San Francisco, Hawaii, Las Vegas and now Chicago.

Ariurin
I bought this on recommendation of someone to help sharpen my writing. It's an interesting older book, with a history of journalism (a must-read chapter, the evolution of journalism was fascinating), some tips for fieldwork, and tips on writing. Being out-of-print and available for very little, I'd recommend it if you want a brief history of journalism and/or a book to help you write a lot in a little space.
GEL
I was a student of Mitchell Charnley at the University of Minnesota in 1965. I still have his book in my "writing library" today. (I bought it used because I was a poor student, so it's even more worn and battered today.)

If you want to learn the essentials of great reporting—as opposed to writing opinion—this is your book.

I was in Journalism School at the beginning of the Vietnam/Student Protest era. Journalism changed during that time. As a result, political bias has replaced true reporting (true, meaning: OBSERVING AND TELLING) in the decades since. Journalists now seem to be more concerned with revising history to suit their political persuasions.

I will always have the greatest respect for Mitch.

Steve Gottry (Author, ghostwriter, screenwriter, playwright, etc.)
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