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Browse Books in Journalism

Manipulating the Message

How Powerful Forces Shape the News

by (author) Cecil Rosner

Canada in Afghanistan

A story of military, diplomatic, political and media failure 2003-2023

by (author) Owen Schalk

The Postmedia Effect

How Vulture Capitalism is Wrecking Our News

by (author) Marc Edge

Big Men Fear Me

by (author) Mark Bourrie

Decolonizing Journalism

A Guide to Reporting in Indigenous Communities

by (author) Duncan McCue

La valeur des informations

Ressorts et contraintes du marché des idées

by (author) Bertrand Labasse

Professional Heckler

The Life and Art of Duncan Macpherson

by (author) Terry Mosher

Objectively Engaged Journalism

An Ethic

by (author) Stephen J.A. Ward

Inside Broadside

A Decade of Feminist Journalism

edited by Philinda Masters
with the Broadside Collective

Goldwin Smith

Victorian Liberal

by (author) Elisabeth M. Wallace

Stan Brakhage in Rolling Stock, 1980-1990

by (author) Jerry White

On Islam

Muslims and the Media

edited by Hilary E. Kahn & Rosemary Pennington
contributions by Arsalan Iftikhar, Peter Gottschalk, Zarqa Nawaz, Rafia Zakaria, Nabil Echchaibi, Elizabeth Poole, Sobia Ali-Faisal, Krista Riley, Robert King & Ammina Kothari

Lo que vio el perro: Y otras aventuras / What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures

by (author) Malcolm Gladwell

News Writing and Reporting

An Introduction to Skills and Theory

edited by Bruce Gillespie


The Life and Works of Éva Circé-Côté

by (author) Andrée Lévesque
translated by Lazer Lederhendler

Backward Glances

People and Events from Inside and Out

by (author) Conrad Black
introduction by Mark Steyn

The Data Journalist

Getting the Story

by (author) Fred Vallance-Jones & David McKie

Tell Everyone

Why We Share and Why It Matters

by (author) Alfred Hermida

Strategies for Media Reform

International Perspectives

edited by Des Freedman
by (author) Jonathan A. Obar, Cheryl Martens & Robert W. McChesney

Junk Mail

by (author) Will Self
read by John Lee

The Press and Slavery in America, 1791-1859

The Melancholy Effect of Popular Excitement

by (author) Brian Gabrial

Feature Writing for Journalism and Media Students

by (author) Dan Rowe

Mass Disruption

Thirty Years on the Front Lines of a Media Revolution

by (author) John Stackhouse

Crash to Paywall

Canadian Newspapers and the Great Disruption

by (author) Brian Gorman

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