In this course, you will :
- Explore key forms of journalism as well as the history of journalism.
- Describe the pillars of good journalism.
- Examine the headlines and introductions.
- Determine the legal and ethical frameworks that apply to journalists.
- Discuss the concept of 'public interest journalism.'
- Explain the fundamentals of news writing, interviewing, and selecting good quotes.
- You'll go behind the scenes to see how news content is created, learning from experts at the University of Kent.
- Learn best practises from industry experts to help you hone your skills as a budding journalist.
- learn how to find reliable and relevant sources, as well as techniques to improve your communication and interviewing skills, as you examine the key pillars of good journalism.
- Before learning about the ethical and legal frameworks for journalists, consider your perceptions of news and the behaviour of some publications.
- assist you in exploring ethical quandaries that journalists may face as you consider what you would do in specific situations
- Exploring journalism and reporting
- Vital ingredients of good journalism
- How free are journalists and what controls are there on them?
- What makes a good interview or quote?