Journalism Education issue 4-1 the seventh issue of Journalism Education, the journal of the Association for Journalism Education, a body representing educators in HE in the UK and Ireland. The aim of the journal is to promote and develop analysis and understanding of journalism education and of journalism, particularly when that is related to journalism education.
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Computational Journalism by Liz Hannaford, Manchester Metropolitan University
Reporting US2012: Using Facebook to Communicate by Ann Luce and Matthew Charles, Bournemouth University
Chasing the Accreditation Dream by Lily Canter, Sheffield Hallam University
Learning the Lessons of Leveson by Chris Frost, Liverpool John Moores University
The Death of the Local Press by Mick Temple, Staffordshire University
“Too Ghastly to Believe?” Liverpool, the Press and the May Blitz by Guy Hodgson, Liverpool John Moores University
Comment and criticism
Genesis and dissemination:Some thoughts concerning Journalism as Knowledge
By Pradeep Nair, Harikrishnan Bhaskaran and Navneet Sharma, all of Central University of Himachel Pradesh, Dharamshala, India,
Pinkoes and Traitors by Jean Seaton, reviewed by John Mair;
Freedom of Information Act Ten Years On co-edited by Tom Felle and John Mair reviewed by Sarah Chapman;
Media Imperialism, by Oliver Boyd-Barrett and Global Communications by Cees J Hamelink, both reviewed by Alan Geere;
Key Readings in Journalism by Elliot King and Jane L Chapman is reviewed by Emma Hemmingway;
Periodicals and Journalism in Twentieth Century Ireland by Mark O’Brien and Felix M Larkin (ed) and Newspapers and Newsmakers: The Dublin Nationalist Press in the Mid-Nineteenth Century are reviewed by Michael Foley;
Journalism: Principles and Practice 3rd edtn by Tony Harcup reviewed by Gary Hudson.
Classics from the Journalism Bookshelf:
British News Media and the Spanish Civil War by David Deacon reviewed by Richard Keeble