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  • Objectives
    This course examines the role of journalism in the contemporary world and focuses primarily on print publications. It is designed to develop writing skills and a nose for news, and to provide a forum for analysis and debate. The course will enable you to become an effective journalist across a broad range of media. You can also choose to study journalism as a joint honours degree alongside another subject. See the 'course combinations' section for more information.
  • Academic Title
    BA Journalism
  • Course description
    BA Journalism

    Programme

    Year 1

    -Approaches to Journalism1
    -Kingston Language Scheme Level 1 Period 1
    -Print Journalism2
    -Research Skills for Journalists3
    -UK Government and Politics4
    -Writing The News 15

    Year 2

    -Diverse Britain: Media, Culture and Ethnicity6
    -Fiction & Social Change in the Mid-20th Century7
    -History of British Journalism8
    -Journalism Research Project9
    -Law for Journalists10
    -Magazine Journalism11
    -Online Journalism12
    -Photo Journalism13
    -Shorthand14
    -The Newspaper Sector Today15
    -Writing the News 216

    Year 3

    -Britain's Role in the World since 190017
    -Business Journalism18
    -International Journalism19
    -Journalism and Diversity20
    -Journalism Dissertation21
    -Journalism Ethics
    -Media Audiences22
    -Politics and Media Management23
    -Practical Journalism 124
    -Practical Journalism 225
    -Special Study: 'New' Journalism and the 'New New' Journalism26
    -Special Study: Journalism and Censorship27
    -Special Study: The Truth-Seekers: Investigative Journalism from Pulitzer to Palast28
    -Sports Journalism29
    -The Political Economy of European Media and Communication

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