virtuelles Bücherregal Sportwissenschaft
Tom Bradshaw / Daragh Minogue : Sports journalism
the state of play / Tom Bradshaw and Daragh Minogue. (Media skills) 2020. x, 190 Seiten. ISBN 978-1-138-58351-1, ISBN 978-1-138-58352-8
- Ein Buch
- Freihand: 2 Pub 200
- 2 Pub 200 Sportjournalistik
LC (Library of Congress Classification):
- Druckschrift / Papierzustand nicht spezifiziert
- Erscheint auch als: Online-Ausgabe: 978-0-429-50540-9
- (permanenter Link) ID: HT020254266
- Status: KP001|F|2019/2693|ausleihbar/F,
The changing role of the sports journalist -- The history of sports journalism: continuity and discontinuity -- Sports journalism, nationalism and politics -- Defining sports news -- Ethics, regulation and law for the sports journalist -- Sports media relations and complicit sports journalism -- Racism, representation and the sports media -- Female sports journalists and coverage of women's sport -- LGBT, disability sport and inclusive sports journalism -- Extra time: a tentative look into the future of sports journalism..
Zweite inhaltliche Zusammenfassung:
"Based on interviews with leading sports journalists and grounded in the authors' experience and expertise in the sports journalism industry and sports media research, Sports Journalism gives in-depth insight into the editorial and ethical challenges facing sports journalists in a fast-changing media environment. The book considers how sport journalism's past has shaped its present and explores the future trends and trajectories that the industry could take. The far-reaching consequences of the digital revolution and social media on sports journalists' work are analysed, with prominent sports writers, broadcasters and academics giving their insights. While predominantly focused on the UK sports media industry, the book also provides a global perspective, and includes case studies, research and interviews from around the world. Issues of diversity - or a lack of it - in the industry are put into sharp focus. Sports Journalism gives both practising sports journalists and aspiring sports journalists vital contextualising information to make them more thoughtful and reflective practitioners"--.