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This list relates to the semester Autumn 2016 which ended on 31/07/2017
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  2. Week 1 0 items
    No readings this week.
  3. Week 2 - Lecture - Induction to the Journalism Studies Degree/Module introduction 7 items
    1. What is news? 7 items
      1. Required reading 4 items
        1. Interpreting news - Graham Meikle 2008

          Book Essential Chapter 1, Introduction

        2. Defining news, IN: Interpreting news - G. Meikle

          Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module JOUU9X1

      2. Recommended reading 3 items
        1. Print journalism: a critical introduction - Richard Keeble 2005 (electronic resource)

          Book  What is news? p163-170. Print book also available, see below

        2. Print journalism: a critical introduction - Richard Keeble 2005

          Book Recommended What is news? p163-170. Electronic book available, see above

        3. What's news? IN: Essential reporting: the NCTJ guide for trainee journalists - J. Smith

          Chapter Recommended Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module JOUU9X1

  4. Week 3 3 items
    1. News and objectivity 3 items
      1. Required readings: 2 items
        1. News Culture - Allan, Stuart 2010 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential Chapter 1 ‘The rise of “objective” newspaper reporting’, pp. 7-24.

        2. A question of balance: reality and representation, IN: Balance and bias in journalism: representation, regulation, and democracy - G. Starkey

          Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence theerfore only available to students on module JOUU9X1

      2. Recommended reading: 1 item
  5. Week 4 4 items
    1. The Fourth Estate? 4 items
      1. Required readings: 3 items
        1. Media and power - Curran, James 2002 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential Chapter 8 ‘Media and democracy: the third way’, pp. 217-247.

      2. Recommended reading: 1 item
  6. Week 5 3 items
    1. News values 3 items
      1. Required reading 2 items
        1. The Structure of Foreign News - Johan Galtung and Mari Holmboe Ruge 1965

          Article Essential

        2. What Is News? Galtung and Ruge revisited - Tony Harcup, Deirdre O'Neill

          Article Recommended

      2. Recommended reading 1 item
        1. What is news? IN: Journalism: principles and practice - T. Harcup

          Chapter Recommended Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module JOUU9X1

  7. Week 6 7 items
    1. The news industry in Scotland 7 items
      1. Required readings: 2 items
        1. Where is the British national press? - John MacInnes ...[and four others] 2007

          Article Essential

      2. Recommended readings: 5 items
        1. Reflecting the four nations? - Stephen Cushion, Justin Lewis, Chris Groves 2009

          Article Recommended

        2. Scottish Devolution and the Media - Philip Schlesinger

          Chapter Recommended

        3. Media power, professionals, and policies - Howard Tumber 2000 (electronic resource)

          Chapter Recommended Read : P Schlesinger, 2000 'The nation and Communicative Space'

        4. Open Scotland?: journalists, spin doctors and lobbyists - Schlesinger, Philip, Dinan, William, Miller, David c2001

          Book Recommended

  8. Week 7: Mid-semester break 1 item
    1. There is no lecture or workshop this week.

  9. Week 8 4 items
    1. News sources 4 items
      1. Required readings: 3 items
        1. The social production of news, IN: Policing the crisis: mugging, the state, and law and order - S. Hall

          Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module JOUU9X1

        2. Rethinking the socoiology of journalism: source strategies and the limits of media-centrism - Philip Schlesinger

          Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module JOUU9X1

        3. Citizens or consumers: what the media tell us about political participation - Justin Lewis, Sanna Inthorn, Karin Wahl-Jorgensen 2007 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential Chapter 8 ‘Getting engaged?’, pp. 131-144.

      2. Recommended readings: 1 item
        1. The crisis of public communication - Jay G. Blumler, Michael Gurevitch, ebrary, Inc 1995 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended Chapter 7 ‘The formation of campaign agendas in the United States and Britain’.

  10. Week 9 4 items
    1. News audiences 4 items
      1. Required readings: 3 items
        1. Personal filters (excerpt from chapter 12), IN: Being digital - R. Negroponte

          Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module JOUU9X1

        2. Share, like, recommend - Alfred Hermida...[and three others] 2012

          Article Essential

      2. Recommended reading 1 item
        1. Understanding media theory - Williams, Kevin 2003

          Book Recommended Section 4: Theories of Media Effects and Audiences, pp. 168-209

  11. Week 10 4 items
    1. Citizen journalism 4 items
      1. Required readings: 2 items
        1. News produsage in a pro-am mediasphere: Why citizen journalism matters, IN: News online: transformations and continuities - A Bruns 2011

          Chapter Essential Digitised under the CLA Digitisation Licence therefore only available to students on module JOUU9X1

        2. Have they got news for us? Audience revolution or business as usual at the BBC? - Andy Williams, Claire Wardle, Karin Wahl-Jorgensen 2011

          Article Essential

      2. Recommended readings: 2 items
  12. Week 11 7 items
    1. News and the future 4 items
      1. Required readings: 1 item
      2. Recommended readings: 3 items
        1. The Evolution of News and the Internet - OECD (2010, 10-11 March)

          Webpage Recommended

    2. Journalism and Creativity 3 items
      1. The Yale review

        Journal  Read "The legend and the license" by Hersey (1980)

  13. BEYOND the READING LIST 1 item
    You are expected to read widely beyond this resource list. Make a start with your subject research guide
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