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COMM2410 Reading List

Journalism Practice, 2021/22, Semester 1
Ian Bucknell
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Bloom, Cleary and North (2016) Traversing the “Twittersphere”, Journalism practice ISSN: 1751-2786, 10(3), pp343-357.

Briggs, M (2016) Journalism next : a practical guide to digital reporting and publishing ISBN: 9781483356853 (pbk. : alk. paper), London: Sage.  

Bucknell, I (2020) Going digital, not dying out: how universities are uniquely placed to teach digital journalism survival skills. [Online]. Association for Journalism Education, 9 (1), pp6-17. Available from:

Canella, G (2017) Video Goes Vertical: Local News Videographers Discuss the Problems and Potential of Vertical Video, Electronic News, 12(2), pp75-93.

Cushion, S (2011) Television Journalism, London: Sage.

Deuze, M (2017). Considering a possible future for Digital Journalism, Mediterranean Journal of Communication. [Online]. Available from:

Finberg and Klinger (2014) Core Skills for the Future of Journalism. [Online]. The Poynter Institute for Media Studies. Available from:

Hanna and Dodd (2016) McNae’s Essential Law for Journalists (23rd edition), Oxford University Press.  

Harcup, T (2015) Journalism: principles and practice (3rd edition), London: Sage.  

Hill and Lashmar (2014) Online journalism : the essential guide ISBN: 9781446207345 (hbk.); 144620734X (hbk.); 9781446207352 (pbk.); 1446207358 (pbk.), London: Sage.  

McIntyre, C (2018) Mind your language! : writing with impact for broadcast news, ISBN: 9781977072955Amazon (self-published)  

Rottwilm, P (2014) The Future of Journalistic Work: Its Changing Nature and Implications, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Available from:

Thorsen and Jackson (2018) Seven Characteristics Defining Online News Formats, Digital Journalism, Available from:

Whittell, R (2014) Investigating companies : a do-it-yourself handbook ISBN: 9781907738159 (paperback) : No price, London: Corporate Watch.  

Witschge and Anderson (2016) The Sage handbook of digital journalism ISBN: 9781473955073 (ebk.), London: Sage

This list was last updated on 24/08/2020