6 edition of Interpretative reporting found in the catalog.
|Statement||Curtis D. MacDougall, Robert D. Reid.|
|Contributions||Reid, Robert D. 1940-|
|LC Classifications||PN4781 .M153 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 527 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||527|
|LC Control Number||86017984|
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Interpretative reporting means a kind of reporting in which reporter finds out the details of the event. It is done normally after the breaking news has gone on air and people are waiting for other details of the same.
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According to Curtis D. MacDongall, author of book Interpretation Reporting, the first important inputs to interpretative reporting was provided by World War-I. When the First World War broke out, most Americans were taken by surprise.
They were unable to explain its causes. This resulted in changes in the style of reporting. Interpretative(Interpretive)Reporting 2. What is interpretative reporting?•. It is reporting news depth and with care, news refreshed with background materials to make it comprehensive and meaningful.
- Lester Markel, editor, The Sunday New York Times• It is objective judgment based on background knowledge of a situation or appraisal of an. Interpretative reporting by Curtis Daniel MacDougall; 9 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Newspapers, Journalism, Reporters and reporting.
Submit your book and we will publish it for free. Financial Accounting, Reporting, and Analysis Pdf willpower-usefulness technique to financial reporting that encourages school college students to develop their interpretative experience. On this mannequin new intermediate diploma financial accounting and reporting textbook, a how, why, what.
His book on hoaxes has been described as a classic on the subject. MacDougall defined a hoax as "a deliberately concocted untruth made to masquerade as truth." Publications. Interpretative Reporting () Newsroom Problems and Policies () Covering the Courts () Hoaxes () Greater Dead Than Alive () The Press and Its Problems ()Occupation: Journalist, writer.
INTERPRETATIVE REPORTING I:Growth of Interpretative Reporting INTERPRETATIVE REPORTING III:FIRES & ACCIDENTS, CRIME STORIES >> Radio News, Reporting and Production MCM The conduct of this project was based on the lesson on Interpretative Reporting.
Interpretative Reporting is a special kind of writing in the sense that it tries to give meaning to bear facts. Unlike objective reporting which merely recounts events or occurrences, interpretative journalism attempts to explain them and relate events to each other.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Interpretative reporting by Curtis Daniel MacDougall,Macmillan edition, in English - 4th : Interpretative reporting develops as the result of careful thought and analysis of an idea as well as dogged pursuit of facts to bring together information in a new, more complete context which provides deeper public understanding.
It usually involves more complex issues or sets of facts than a classic expose. It reveals a new way of looking at. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
Interpretative (Interpretive) Reporting Before the war, the reader was satisfied with the presentation of bare facts of what transpired. The present day reader demands some more. Interpretative reporting by MacDougall, Curtis Daniel, Publication date Topics Reporters and reporting Publisher New York: Macmillan Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books Pages:. INVESTIGATIVE AND INTERPRETATIVE JOURNALISM: AN INSIGHT INTO CRITICAL AND REVIEW WRITING vi ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The task of putting this book together did not come by chance; it is a product of learning on the job and interaction with senior colleagues, friends and students.Are you looking for an engaging, decision-focussed approach to financial reporting that encourages students to develop their interpretative skills?
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