JOUR 5050 RESOURCES/BOOKLIST C

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JOUR 5050 RESOURCES/BOOKLIST C
BIBLIOGRAPHIES/FOUNDATION TEXTS
1.
Godfrey, Donald G. and Frederic A. Leigh. Historical Dictionary of American Radio.
1998.
2.
Greenberg, Gerald. Tabloid Journalism: An Annotated Bibliography. Sadler
3.
Harris, Michael and Tom O’Malley. Studies in Newspaper & Periodical History 1994
Annual.
4.
Harris, Michael and Tom O’Malley. Studies in Newspaper & Periodical History 1995
Annual. Cohick
5.
Head, Sydney W. & Lois Beck. The Bibliography of African Broadcasting: An
Annotated Guide. 1974.
6.
Hill, Susan M. Broadcasting, A Guide to the Literature of Radio and Television.
1989.
7.
Jeter, James P. and Kuldip R. Rampal et al. International Afro Mass Media.
8.
Johansen, Bruce Elliott. The Encyclopedia of Native American Legal Tradition.
Aguilar
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Joshi, S.T. and David E. Schultz. Ambrose Bierce: An Annotated Bibliography of
Primary Sources.
Kelly, Kathleen S. Fund Raising and Public Relations, A Critical Analysis. 1991.
Paine, Fred K. and Nancy E. Paine. Magazines: A Bibliography for their Analysis with
Annotations and Study Guide. 1987.
Price, Warren and Calder H. Pickett. Journalism Bibliography. (be sure to compare this
with Warren Price’s earlier bibliography). Sartor
Pringle, Peter K. and Helen H. Clinton. Radio and Television, A Selected, Annotated
Bibliography Supplement Two: 1982-1986.
Riley, Sam G. Biographical Dictionary of American Newspaper Columnists.
Rosen, Philip T. International Handbook of Broadcasting Systems. 1988.
Roth, Mitchel. Historical Dictionary of War Journalism.
Signorielli, Nancy. Women in Communication.
Speck, Bruce W. Managing the Publishing Process. Harrison
Strenz, Herbert. News Reporters and News Sources. 1989.
Wolseley, Roland E. and Isabel. The Journalist’s Bookshelf, 8th Edition. 1986.
(compare with 7th edition, 1961)
ISSUES TEXTS
Contemporary Topics
21.
Cook, Philip S., Douglas Gomery, Lawrence W. Lichty, Eds. The Future of News:
Television, Newspapers, Wire Services, Newsmagazines. 1992.
22.
Corrigan, Dan H. The Public Journalism Movement in America: Evangelists in the
Newsroom. Cohick
23.
Epstein, Edward J. News from Nowhere.
24.
Goldberg, Bernard. Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News.
2002. Sadler
25.
Hamill, Pete. News is a Verb: Journalism at the End of the Twentieth Century. 1998.
26.
Head, Sydney W. World Broadcastings Systems, A Comparative Analysis.
27.
Schorr, Daniel. Forgive Us Our Press Passes, Selected Works by Daniel Schorr, 19721998.
28.
Schorr, Daniel. Within Our Reach: Breaking the Cycle of Disadvantage. 1989. Aguilar
29.
Schwartz, Marilyn. Guidelines to Bias-Free Writing. 1995.
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32.
Thaler, Paul. The Spectacle: Media and the Making of the O.J. Simpson Story. 1998.
Weinberg, Steve. Telling the Untold Story, How Investigative Reporters are
Changing the Craft of Biography. 1992.
Winfield, Betty Houchin, and Sandra Davidson, Eds. Bleep! Censoring Rock and Rap
Music. Sadler
Media Technologies
33.
Dyson, Esther. Release 2.0. 1997.
34.
Ebo, Bosah, Ed. Cyberghetto or Cybertopia? Race, Class and Gender on the
Internet. 1998.
35.
Emery, Walter. National and International Systems of Broadcasting.
36.
Jones, Steven. Virtual Culture. 1997.
37.
Martin, Shannon E. and Kathleen A. Hansen. Newspapers of Record in a Digital Age:
From Hot Type to Hot Link. 1998.
38.
Martin, Shannon E. Bits, Bytes and Big Brother: Federal Information Control in the
Technological Age. 1995.
39.
Reddick, Randy, and Elliot King. The Online Journalist: Using the Internet and other
Electronic Resources. 1995.
Cyber Media
40.
Borden, Diane L. & Kerric Harvey. The Electronic Grapevine: Rumor, Reputation,
and Reporting in the New Online Environment. 1998. Sartor
41.
Callahan, Christopher. A Journalists Guide to the Internet: The Net as a Reporting
Tool. 1998.
42.
Hart, Anne et al. Cyberscribes.1: The New Journalists.
43.
Haskin, David. News Junkies Internet 500: Top Sites for Information Addicts. (in
addition to reading this text, you must look up 10 of the sites and evaluate them)
44.
McDermott, Jim, et al. Administering Usenet News Services: A comprehensive Guide
to Planning, Building and Managing Internet and Intranet News Services. 1997.
45.
Pool, Ithiel de Sola. Technologies of Freedom. 1983.
46.
Treglown, Jeremy & Bridget Bennett. Grub Street and the Ivory Tower: Literary
Journalism and Literary Scholarship from Fielding to the Internet. 1998.
47.
Ward, Andrew et al. Online Journalism. 2000.
48.
Wickman, Wickham. Perspectives: Online Journalism: Passport. 1997.
Media and Culture
49.
Arterton, F. Christopher. Media Politics: The News Strategies of Presidential
Campaigns. 1984. Jancic
50.
Asian Mass Communication Institutions: Directory. 1986.
51.
Danky, James Phillip. African-American Newspapers and Periodicals: A National
Bibliography. 1999.
52.
Dotson, Edisol W. Behold the Man: The Hype and Selling of Male Beauty in Media
and Culture. 1999. Sartor
53.
Dyson, Kenneth & Walter Homolka. Culture First! Promoting Standards in the New
Media Age. 1996.
54.
Gandy, Oscar H. Communication and Race: A Structural Perspective. Harrison
55.
Kamalipour, Yahya R. Cultural Diversity and the U.S. Media. 1998.
56.
Kellner, Douglas. Media Culture: Cultural Studies, Identity and Politics Between the
Modern and the Postmodern. 1995.
57.
Levy, Mark R. & Michael Gurevitch. Defining Media Studies: Reflections on the
Future of the Field. 1994.
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Diversity/Global Issues in the Media
58.
Baker-Woods, Gail. Advertising and Marketing to the New Majority. Harrison
59.
Chideya, Farai. Don’t Believe the Hype: Fighting Cultural Misinformation about
African-Americans. 1995.
60.
Dates, Jannette, Ed. Split Images.
61.
Farrar, Hayward. The Baltimore Afro-American, 1892-1950. 1998. Cohick
62.
Hess, Stephen . International News and Foreign Correspondents. 1996.
63.
Rubin, Richard. Confederacy of Silence: A True Tale of the New Old South. 2002
New York: Atria Books. Aguilar
64.
Philip Seib. Headline Diplomacy: How News Coverage Affects Foreign Policy. 1997.
65.
Veciana-Suarez, Ana. Hispanic Media, Impact and Influence. 1990. (briefly compare
this book with her Hispanic Media, U.S. A.) 1987.
66.
Vincent, Theodore G. Voices of a Black Nation: Political Journalism in the Harlem
Renaissance. 1991.
67.
Wolseley, Roland. The Black Press, 2nd Edition. 1990. (briefly compare contents with
that of the 1st Edition)
68.
Yang, Jeff, Dina Gin, Terry Hong, et al. Eastern Standard Time: A Guide to Asian
Influence on American culture, From Astro Boy to Zen Buddhism. 1997.
THEORY TEXTS
69.
Altschull, Herbert J. From Milton to McLuhan: The Ideas Behind American
Journalism. 1990.
70.
Christians, Clifford, M. Fackler, et al. Media Ethics: Cases in Moral Reasoning. 1998.
Sartor
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83.
Dennis, Everette E. & Robert W. Snyder, Eds. Media and Public Life.
Dozier, David M., William P. Ehling, Larissa S. Grunig, Fred C. Repper, Jon White, Eds.
Excellence in Public Relations and Communications Management. 1992. Sadler
Ewen, Stuart. PR: A Social History of Spin. 1998. Aguilar
Foucault, Michel. The Archeology of Knowledge. 1972.
Fowler, Roger. Language in the News: Discourse and Ideology in the Press. 1991.
Hebdige, Dick. Subculture: The Meaning of Style. 1979.
Jones, Steve. Doing Internet Research: Critical Issues & Methods for Examining the
Net. 1996.
Josephson, Susan G. From Idolatry to Advertising : Visual Art and Contemporary
Culture. 1996. Cohick
Lull, James. Media, Communication and Culture: A Global Approach. 1995.
Prosser, Michael & K.S. Sitaram, Eds. Civic Discourse: Intercultural, International,
and Global Media, Vol. 2. 1999.
Rogers, Everett. Diffusion of Innovations. 1995.
Schiller, Herbert. Culture Inc. 1989. Harrison
Stone, Gerald, Michael Singletary, and Virginia P. Richmond. Clarifying
Communication Theories: A Hands-On Approach.
CONTEMPORARY PRACTICES/PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES
84.
Aldrich, Leigh Stephens. Covering the Community: A Diversity Handbook for
Media. Sartor
85.
Altschull, J. Herbert. Agents of Power: the Role of the News Media in Human Affairs.
1995.
86.
Applegate, Edd. Print and Broadcast Journalism: A Critical Examination. 1996.
87.
Beach, Mark. Editing Your Newsletter, 4th Edition. 1994.
88.
Bivins, Thomas H. Fundamentals of Successful Newsletters. 1992.
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94.
Broder, David S. Behind the Front Page. Aguilar
McNamara, Jay. Advertising Agency Management. 1990. Harrison
Nelson, Roy P. Publication Design, 5th Edition. 1991. OR Later Edition if available.
Nolte, Lawrence W. and Dennis L. Wilcox. Public Relations Writing and Media
Techniques. 1990. Sadler
Ogilvy, David. Ogilvy on Advertising. 1985. Cohick
Owen, William. Modern Magazine Design. 1991.
HISTORIES
95.
Beasley, Maxine Hoffman. Taking Their Place, A Documentary of Women and
Journalism. Sartor
96.
Berger, Meyer. History of the New York Times, 1851-1951. Sadler
97.
Bessie, Simon. Jazz Journalism, The Story of Tabloid Newspapers. Cohick
98.
Brogan, Patrick. Spiked, The Short Life and Death of the National News Council.
1985. Aguilar
99.
Cutlip, Scott M. The Unseen Power: Public Relations, A History. 1994.
100.
Douglas, George H. The Golden Age of the Newspaper. Sartor
101.
Pratte, Paul A. Gods Within the Machine: A History of the American society of
Newspaper Editors, 1923-1993. 1995. Harrison
102.
Prichard, Peter. The Making of McPaper, The Inside Story of USA Today. 1987.
103.
Read, Donald. Power of News, The History of Reuters, 1849-1989. 1992.
104.
Riverson, L. Kwanbena. Telecommunications Development, The Case of Africa. 1993.
105.
Schlesinger, Arthur. Prelude to Independence.
106.
Skidmore, Thomas E. Ed. Television, Politics and the Transition to Democracy in
Latin America. 1993. Aguilar
107.
Sloan, William David. Perspectives on Mass Communication History.
108.
Sloan, William David & Julie H. Williams. The Early American Press 1690-1783.
1994. Harrison
109.
Smith, Perry M. How CNN fought the War, A View from the Inside. 1991. Sadler
110.
Startt, James D. & William David Sloan. The Significance of the Media in American
History. 1994. Cohick
BIOGRAPHIES/AUTOBIOGRAPHIES
**note: supplement your report with another source—a reference will do—that gives a summary
of your subject’s achievements from another perspective.
111.
Barrett, James. Joseph Pulitzer. Sadler
112.
Brown, Ernest F. Raymond of the Times.
113.
Carlson, Oliver. The Man Who Made News, James Gordon Bennett. 1942. (if not
available, you may substitute either Isaac Pray, Memoirs of James Gordon Bennett and
His Times, or Richard O’Conner, The Scandalous Mr. Bennett, 1962.)
114.
Childs and Reston. Walter Lippmann and His times.
115.
Fine, Barnet. A Giant of the Press; Carr Van Anda.
116.
Frankel, Max. The Times of My Life and My Life with the Times.
117.
Gilson, Gardner. Lusty Scripps.
118.
Greeley, Horace. Recollections of a Busy Life.
119.
Hearst, William Randolph Jr. with Jack Casserly. The Hearsts, Father and Son.
120.
James, Doug. Walter Cronkite, His Life and Times. 1991.
121.
Johnson, Curtriss. Politics and a Bellyful; The Journalistic Career of William Cullen
Bryant.
122.
Johnson, Walter. Selected Letters of William Allen White.
123.
Juergens, George. Joseph Pulitzer and The New York World.
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146.
Kaplan, Justin. Lincoln Steffens. Aguilar
Kiernan, Thomas. Citizen Murdoch. 1986.
Lyons, Eugene. David Sarnoff.
Lubow, Arthur. Reporter Who Would Be King, A Biography of Richard Harding
Davis. 1992.
Lundbert, Ferdinand. Imperial Hearst.
McCabe, Charles, Ed. Damned Old Crank, A Self-Portrait of E.W. Scripps.
Pate, Russ. Adman. 1988. Cohick
Rehm, Diane. Finding My Voice. Hernandez
Reston, James. Deadline: A Memoir. 1991.
Sattler, John E. Fifty Years Ahead of the News: A Lifetime of Practical Public
Relations Experience. 1993.
Seitz, Don. The James Gordon Bennetts, Father and Son.
Stahl, Lesley. Reporting Live. 1999.
Steele, Janet. The Sun Shines for All: Journalism and Ideology in the Life of Charles
A. Dana. 1993. (if not available, you may substitute Charles J. Rosebault, When Dana
Was the Sun)
Stone, Candace. Dana and the Sun.
Swanberg, W.A. Citizen Hurst.
Swanberg, W.A. Pulitzer.
Thomas, Helen. Front Row at the White House.
Trible, Vance H. The Astonishing Mr. Scripps, The Turbulent Life of America’s
Penny Press Lords. 1992.
Tye, Larry. The Father of Spin: A Biography of Eddie Bernays. Sartor
Van Deusen, G. Horace Greeley.
Vinson, Chal. Thomas Nast, Political Cartoonist. (or Morton Keller, The Art and
Politics of Thomas Nast) Harrison
Wilson, James Harrison. Life of Charles A. Dana.
Winkler, John K. William Randolph Hearst, A New Appraisal.
Other Noteworthy Subjects for Biographical Study:
William Allen White
Doris Fleischmann
Ida B. Wells
Nelly Bly
Ivy Lee
Sequoia
Dan Rather
Katherine Graham
Robert Abbott
Peter Jennings
Henry Luce
Clare Boothe Luce
Daniel Schorr
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