Appendix D: References - High School Broadcast Journalism

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Appendix D: References - High School Broadcast Journalism

APPENDIX D:REFERENCES1Source: Jupiter Research. “Consumer Survey Report about Online Teen Media Behavior.”March 7, 2004. www.jupiterresearch.com/bin/item.pl/research:vision/63/id=95051,keywords1=teenagers,+use+of+internet.2Kovach, Bill and Tom Rosenstiel. “The Elements of Journalism: What Newspeople ShouldKnow and the Public Should Expect.” New York: Random House, 2001, p. 192.3Kovach and Rosenstiel, 12-13.4Kovach and Rosenstiel, 71.5Kovach and Rosenstiel, 24.6Kovach and Rosenstiel, 24.7Fuller, Jack. “News Values. Ideas for An Information Age.” Chicago: The University ofChicago Press, 1996.8Found at www.georgetown.edu/faculty/bassr/511/projects/letham/final/values.htm].9Mintz, Anne. “Web of Deception: Misinformation on the Internet.” Cyberage Books,2002, p. xviii.10Source: www.factcheck.com/factcheck.html.11Source: www.splc.org/legalreserarch.asp?id=29.90 USING THE INTERNET FOR HIGH SCHOOL (AND PROFESSIONAL) JOURNALISM


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