Translation in Journalism

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Translation in Journalism
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This guide provides a list of key learning resources of the course, curated by IU Library over time. The list is for reference only, students please consult your course instructors for confirmation.

Faculty's Resources Guide

Key Resources (available in the library - accumulated)
Broadcast news : writing, reporting, and producing, 7th ed. Frank Barnas 2018New York :Taylor &​ Francis Group
Broadcast news handbook : writing, reporting &​ producing in the age of social media, 5th ed.C. A. Tuggle, Forrest Carr, Suzanne Huffman2011New York :McGraw-Hill
Writing for journalists, 3rd ed.Wynford Hicks, Sally Adams, Harriett Gilbert, Tim Holmes, Jane Bentley2016London :Routledge

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