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Specialist Journalism

Edited by Barry Turner and Richard Orange

Combining practical 'how to' skills with reflection on the place of each specialism in the industry, this guide features the skills needed to cover specialist areas, including writing match reports for sport, reviewing the arts, and dealing with complex information for science.

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The book discusses how specialist journalists have contributed to the mainstream news agenda, as well as analyzing how different issues have been covered in each specialism, such as the credit crunch, global warming, national crime statistics and the celebrity culture in sport. Areas covered include:

• Sport
• Business
• Politics
• Crime
• Environment
• Fashion
• Food
• Music
• Media
• Science
• Health
• Law
• Travel
• War
• Wine
 
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