What did it mean in the first half of the 20th century to say "I am English"? This collection contains extracts, drawn from a wide range of sources of the time including letters, diaries, journalism, fiction, poems, parliamentary speeches and government reports, which all raise this question.
Tells you various things you need to know about writing features. This work helps you learn how to formulate and develop ideas and how to shape them to fit different markets. It takes into account the changing requirements of journalism and media courses. It also helps you discover how to exploit technology for both researching and writing online.
Thoroughly revised and updated, the fourth edition of Writing for Journalists focuses on the craft of journalistic writing, offering invaluable insight on how to hook readers and keep them to the end of your article.
The short film is a unique narrative art form that, while lending itself to experimentation, requires tremendous discipline in following traditional filmic considerations. This book takes the student and novice screenwriter through the storytelling process and teaches them how to create a dramatic narrative that is at once short and complete.
Drawing upon recent research projects undertaken by the co-authors, and other research within the wider research community, this timely book makes connections to projects and initiatives that are unfolding on the national and international scene. Highly Commended for the UKLA Academic Book Award 2013.