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Título Writing as craft and magic / Carl Sessions Stepp. - Second editionLibros / Impreso - Libros
Autor(es) Stepp, Carl Sessions (Autor)
Publicación New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2007
Descripción Física xiii, 258 páginas ; 24 cm
Idioma Inglés;
ISBN 9780195305777
Clasificación(es) 808.06607
Departamento de Artes y Humanidades
Materia(s) Comunicación; Periodismo - Arte de escribir;
Nota(s) Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice.
CONTENIDO: Journalism in a time of change -- Writing as craft -- Writing as magic -- The three qualities of great journalism -- The very beginning : ideas and reporting -- Beginning to write : focus and leads -- Managing the murky middle -- Models and common story types -- Mastering the feature -- Writing for clarity -- Writing for drama -- Polishing your work -- Multimedia packaging and presentation -- Reaching higher levels -- Learning with others.
Resumen Writing as Craft and Magic, Second Edition, outlines a compelling approach to conceiving, reporting, organizing, and writing articles for today's media. The book revolves around the central idea that writers improve most quickly by combining the powers of technique ("craft") with creativity ("magic"). Applying this method to news and feature writing--both print and online--it focuses on leads, organization, transition, clarity, drama, and other elements that drive good writing toward excellence.
Aimed at students in upper-level undergraduate writing and reporting courses, Writing as Craft and Magic provides a clear and succinct instructional system--with practical models, a wealth of examples, and step-by-step guides--to help students understand and apply craft and magic to daily assignments. Author Carl Sessions Stepp, a seasoned journalist at the national level, structures his system in three parts. He first evokes the art of writing, then applies that art to standard journalistic writing, and concludes with a strong section on advanced writing techniques for features. He also offers advice and tips on how newsrooms currently operate in the age of multimedia journalism. This revised edition includes an expanded exercise section at the end of each chapter, more coverage of the demands of multimedia journalism (convergence), and updated chapters on incorporating the Internet into research and writing for the daily news cycle.
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139427Biblioteca Universidad Icesi2808.06607/S837wEn Préstamo (24-Jun-2022)ColLiteratura