ti li sa a se yon sous enspirasyon pou enstwi, fasil pou li, fasil pou konprann, sou kesyon Bib la, Krisyanis, legliz, e yon vi rich Pou moun ki pa abitye ak bagay sa yo, liv sa dekri tout sa yon moun bezwen pou kapab rekonsilye ak Bondye pou kapab gen bon ke kontan an. Pou si la yo ki abitye ak bagay sa yo, li pote yon rafrechisman an plis, epi ba yo kek fason ki pi efikas pou pataje pawol la ak moun ke yo renmen yo. Pa rate mayifik, inspire e pyisan souf de vi sa, li l' pou kow, epi pase l' bay vwazenw.
Race and News: Critical Perspectives offers essays and case studies that examine how issues related to race and racism are represented in contemporary news coverage in the United States. The first section of this text examines the journalistic routine a " how news organizations from newspapers to network news to new media make decisions about what, how, and why stories related are covered with (or without) relation to race. The second section is comprised of case studies exploring how coverage of national stories such as the election of Barack Obama, Hurricane Katrina, and immigrants rights has affected the national dialogue on race and racism.
This book will be ideal for courses on race and news media, and it will also be valuable to professional journalists and journalism students who seek to improve the diversity and sensitivity of their journalistic practice.
George Orwell coined the term 'Newspeak' for his novel 1984, the purpose of which was designed to shrink vocabularies and eliminate subtlety and nuance. For this dictionary, first published to herald the year 1984, Jonathon Green compiled nearly 8, 000 entries - selected from the slangs and specific vocabularies of trades, professions and interests - covering such areas as the world of entertainment, the media, the military economics, and finance. This dictionary provides an accurate and useful linguistic guide for students of lexicography and an interesting compendium for the general inquisitive reader.