What Is Happening To News

Published: 26 March 2013
Author: Fuller, Jack
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Drawing on the discoveries of neuroscience, this book explains why the information overload of contemporary life makes us dramatically more receptive to sensational news, while rendering the staid, objective voice of standard journalism ineffective, and the result is a toxic mix that threatens to prove fatal to journalism as we know it.
Published: 26 March 2013
Author: Fuller, Jack

Country of Origin : United States
Number Of Pages : 224
Year of Publication : 2012

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Catalogue No: 022600502X