Asking questions about how the news is created
|Format:||Print Book 2016|
|Availability:||Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies|
Where does the news that students hear--on television, the radio, and online--come from? And who decides what's news? Asking Questions about How the News is Created discusses how an event becomes a story, and how the biases of the gatekeepers of the news media can alter the messages being sent. Case studies prompt inquiry, further thinking, and close examination of specific issues. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words.
Choosing the headlines
Grabbing your attention
Interpreting the message
Bias in the news
Think about it.
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|Series||21st century skills library. Asking questions about media.|
Television broadcasting of news
-- Juvenile literature.
Journalism -- Juvenile literature.
Reporters and reporting -- Juvenile literature.
Television broadcasting of news.
Reporters and reporting.
|Publisher|| Ann Arbor, Michigan :2016
32 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.