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English for International Journalists
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1. Introduction 2. Making Contact 3. Interviewing 4. Some Tricky Grammar 5. Prepositions 6. Phrasal Verbs 7. The Language of Journalism 8. Broadcast Language 9. Comment, Opinion and Blogs 10. The Language of Sustained Argument 11. The Language of Impartial Reporting 12. Sensitive Language 13. Specialist Reporting 14. The Language of the Newsroom 15. Fun Phrases 16. Common Mistakes 17. Answers to Exercises 18. Self Diagnostic Test 19. Self Diagnostic Test - Answer Key 20.Self Diagnostic Test - Score Indicator

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Mike Gandon is a module leader on the postgraduate Masters in International Journalism at City University. He has 15 years' experience of teaching journalism to students who do not have English as a first language. He has also taught overseas. He is a former programme editor with the BBC. Heather Purdey was Director of the MA International Journalism programme and a Senior Lecturer in the Graduate School of Journalism at City University, London. She is now a Visiting Fellow. She has 15 years' experience of teaching journalism to students who do not have English as a first language and has worked in print and radio journalism and, briefly in television. She is the co-editor of International News Reporting: Frontlines and Deadlines (2009).

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'English is such an irregular language. Its arcane rules about articles, for example, are difficult for even native English speakers - and I, for one, have a tough time explaining those rules to students...Mike Gandon takes on these challenges in a readable, accessible manner. For my money, the section on articles (Chap. 4, pp. 30-34) is worth the price of the book. Gandon uses examples, canvassing possible erroneous usages and explaining clearly why they're incorrect before offering his "Rewrite" - the correct answer. He does this patiently, with repeated line-by-line analyses of real news stories. An English-as-a-second-language writer can refer back to them time and time again until correct idiomatic usage becomes second nature...All in all, English for International Journalists is a commendable package.' Peter H. Martyn, Canadian Journal for Media Studies

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