Public Affairs for Journalists Paperback – 12 Feb 2009
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This is a wonderfully thorough, clear and up-to-date guide to the political mechanics of the country. James Morrison takes readers by the hand and leads them expertly through the twisty byways of British public life and its multifarious institutions. (Roger Alton, Editor, The Independent)
This book is an invaluable text for both journalism students and industry practitioners. Morrison not only explains how the political system works, he explains why it matters to both training and working reporters and the relevance of political stories to the daily lives of readers, viewers and listeners. (Amanda Ball, NCTJ Chief Examiner in Public Affairs)
About the Author
James Morrison is a freelance journalist, writer and lecturer. He was course leader of four NCTJ diplomas at City College Brighton and Hove, before moving into the Higher Education sector. He currently lectures at Kingston University and is a member of the NCTJ's Public Affairs board.
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