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Lecture Notes on Editorial Writing

Lecture Notes 2016 38 Pages

Communications - Journalism, Journalism Professions

Summary

It is quite acceptable that journalists and mass communicators primarily have the responsibility of informing, educating and entertaining members of the society. As an institution, the mass media could set agenda, preserve cultural heritage, as well as confer status on individuals or institutions in the society. To achieve these, however, different approaches, such as news reporting, features writing, news analysis, editorial writing and news commentaries, could be employed by journalists. This lecture explores editorial writing with particular emphasis on its meaning, history, characteristics and nature.

At the end of this unit, you should be able to:
- Define what an Editorial is;
- Know the history of Editorials;
- Explain the characteristics of Editorials;
- Describe the nature of Editorials

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Pages
38
Year
2016
ISBN (Book)
9783668283718
File size
587 KB
Language
English
Catalog Number
v338528
Grade
Tags
Editorial Writing journalism journalist editorial

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