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This guide is designed to assist students locate resources in order to conduct research for journalistic articles

Journalism is......

"At its most basic, journalism consists in finding things out then telling people about them via newspapers, radiotelevision or theInternet. It's not a product, but a process, one that used to be seen as a one-way street but more recently has been conceived as involving an audience which will filter messages through its own experiences and understanding (Harcup, 2004) and arrive at its own reading" (Kinsey).

Kinsey, Marie. "Journalism." Key Concepts in Journalism Studies. London: Sage UK, 2005. Credo Reference. Web. 23 Mar 2015

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