Oxford Dictionary of Journalism, authored by Tony Harcup, covers over 1400 entries of terms that are likely to be encountered by students of the subject. It offers a broad and accessible point of reference on the constantly changing field of journalism. It is essential for students of Communication Studies, Media Studies, and Television and Radio Production.
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Oxford University Press is a renowned publishing house that develops and publishes high quality textbooks, scholarly works, and academic books for school courses, bilingual dictionaries and also digital materials for both learning and teaching. It is a division of the University of Oxford. The first book was locally published in the year 1912. Some of the books published under their banner are India’s Ancient Past, Atkins’ Physical Chemistry, Companion to Politics in India, Sociology: Themes and Perspectives and Common Mistakes at IELTS Advanced…and How to Avoid Them.