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Essential Articles

The Journalism File. Resource File for Issues No. 5

Format: Hardback
Publisher: Carel Press Ltd, Carlisle, United Kingdom
Published: 31st Jul 1996
Dimensions: h 320mm
ISBN-10: 1872365507
ISBN-13: 9781872365503
Barcode No: 9781872365503
Synopsis
Opposing viewpoints are given on controversies. Only the most compelling articles are chosen. You'll find the very best writers in the series from J K Rowling to Bill Bryson, Douglas Adams to John Simpson. This work includes dramatic and inspiring personal accounts. The series has unparalleled breadth and diversity with articles selected from hundreds of both mainstream and hard-to-find sources. Sample pages from the series are on the Carel Press website. It is intended for students 14-18. It is useful for libraries, English, PHSE, Sixth Form and across the curriculum. There is a free digital guide to the whole series on the web.

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'If there is anyone out there who hasn't yet found the Essential Articles series, then I suggest you order your approval copy now. All school library personnel should be aware of this publication. There are almost as many uses for Essential Articles as there are articles in it. Make sure that all the staff know about it. Teachers frequently return after library INSET asking 'where was that file of ...?' It has a similar effect on pupils; once they have used it, they remember it exists and come back to it, of their own accord, time and time again. Despite all the information innovations occurring in the library, I believe that this series will be greatly valued for many years yet.' The School Librarian 'Essential reading...serious writing is balanced by a rich variety of cartoons. To ensure diversity, articles are taken from both broadsheets and tabloids as well as many magazines. The format of the publication allows the user to easily locate materials on a particular issue.' Young People Now