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News Talk
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9780521819619 - News Talk - Investigating the Language of Journalism - By Colleen Cotter
Index

Index

accuracy 41, 42, 51, 195, 197

See also reporting

Adams, Charles C. 225

addressee-oriented practice goals 118,

See also news-community relationship

ads as separate from news content 60

Agar, Michael 19, 86,

agenda-setting 83, 93

Aitchison, Jean 21, 36, 190, 194

Alameda Newspaper Group 90

Alderman, Jesse Harlan 156

All Things Considered 202

Allday, Erin 160

American Journalism Review 62

Androutsopolous, Jannis 233

AP.

See Associated Press, The

AP style 27, 166, 167

AP Stylebook 192, 196

apprentice model 50, 63, , 230,

See also socialization

arrangement of news 218

ASNE (American Society of Newspaper Editors) 18, 46, 78

Aspel, Michael 204

Associated Press, The 6, 7, 98, 120, 141, 142, 150, 153, 156, , 157, , 159, 160, , 163, 241

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (AEJMC) 62

attribution 26, 145–151

conventions 146

neutrality and voice 146

rationales behind 146

reported speech and 146

well-formed news discourse and 146

audience 28, 47

audience design framework (Bell) 47

community of coverage framework (Cotter) 47

co-participation of 47

orientation to 28

responsiveness to 110

See also news-community relationship

authorship.

See story design

background and context 140–142

Bakhtin, Mikhail 21, 33

balance 26, 29, 32, 36, 50, 51, 137, , 172, 222

Barnhurst, Kevin and John Nerone 9

Bauman, Richard 33, 101, 111

BBC 7, 113, 119, , 126, 127, 201, 204, , 207

BBC Pronunciation Unit 192

Beeman, William O. 34, 84, 138

Bell, Allan 4, , 21, 22, , , , 23, 28, 47, 87, 130, 169, 190, 192, 219, 248

Bernstein, Carl 128

Besnier, Niko 101

bias 16, 22, 85, 105, 108, 194

Bird, Elizabeth 33

Bleyer, Willard Grosvenor 118

Blommaert, Jan and Jef Verschueren 22

boilerplate 9, 179, 252

linguistics of 172

neutrality and 184–186

See undernews discourse (given and new information)

Bolinger, Dwight 18, 28, 140, 152, 167, 189

Boontling (lingo) 225

Boorstin, Daniel.

See “pseudo-event (Boorstin)”

Bourdieu 16, 34, 111

Bourdieu, Pierre 33

Bradlee, Ben 83, 169

breaking news 71, 144, 157, 158, , , , , 175, 202, 252

second-day leads 157

Briggs, Charles 86

Broder, David S. 71

Brooks, Brian et al. 70, 75, 139, 192

Bucholtz, Mary 150

and Kira Hall 52

budget meeting.

See story meetings

Caldas-Coulthard, Carmen 21

California Civil Rights Initiative 173

Cameron, Deborah 36, 190, 203, 212, 229

Cappella, Joseph N. and Kathleen Hall Jamieson 47

Chafe, Wallace 189

channel of transmission 28, 219,


Christian Science Monitor 226

“citizen journalism” 46

“civic journalism” 45

clarity 165, 195, 196

See also newswriting

Clark, Roy Harris 42

Clayman, Steven 47

and John Heritage 22

CNN 4, 5, 7, 202

influence on radio delivery style 202

Cohen, Richard 127

coherence.

See story coherence, news discourse

College Media Advisers 62

Columbia Journalism Review 62, 101

communication, ethnography of 2, , 5, 19, 33, 47, 231, 255,

communicative competence 16, 36, , 63, , 193, , 230, 232, 233, 247

craft and 32

Hymes 19, 32

understanding news values 72

writing and 31–32

communicative practice 23

communicative repertoire 19

community (as concept)

competing values with 117

craft and 34

relationship with 30, 51, 116

responsibility to 117

theoretical bases of 34–36

community factor (as primary value) 31, 47, ,

See also local values in US journalism

community of coverage 25, 26, 29, 43, 47, , 89, 90, 230, 254

See also professional priorities

community of practice 24, 255

complaint tradition 26

Complaint Tradition 195,

Conboy, Martin 46

conceptualization of news 217

conflict of interest 58

conjunctions.

See connectives

connectives 208, 212

pragmatic dimension of 209–211

pragmatic role in news stories 211

constraints on practice 24, 26

construction of the news story 217,

See also story design

conventions of practice 26

conventions of production 28

conversational maxims (Grice) 137, 138, 159, 165, 169, 231, 255

copy editors 27, 56, 192, , 194, 252

sub-editor (UK) 252

See also news language, editing

Cotter, Colleen 4, , 18, 22, , 23, 25, 45, 46, 68, 79, 87, 101, 111, , 112, 129, 131, 136, 140, 152, 166, 167, 169, 184, 190, 205, 208, 209, , , 222, , 244

coverage calculations and reader interest 72

Coy, Michael 52

craft 31–34, 36, , 38, 40

communicative competence and 32, 40

community and 34

ethics and 36

ethos behind 36–38

ideologies of 38, 195

importance of 30

journalistic identity and 48

newswriting and 31–32, 42

reporting and 38–40

theoretical concepts behind 31–34

See also Craft Principle, The

craft ethos, as primary value 30, 31

Craft Principle, The 32

practice ethos and 32

theoretical basis of 34

credibility 36, 42, , 43, , , 51, 195

See also reporting

critical discourse analysis 21

Crystal, David 224

Cupaiuolo, Christine 44

Cúrsa Gaeilge 206

Cutbirth, Joe 229, 233

datelines 193, 196

Davies, Bronwyn and Rom Harré 47

Davis, Howard and Paul Walton 20

deadline 27, 39, 74, 75, 80, 86, 89, 93, 97

Dégh, Linda 4, 54

deixis 24, 70, 193, 218, 231, 243, 255

delivery style (broadcast)

BBC 204

commercial radio 204

NPR 203

target models 207

Diaz, John 60, 69, 71, , 74, 77, 83, 169, 233

discourse analysis 2,

See also news discourse, interactional sociolinguistics, ethnography of communication

discourse parameters

news language and 136

discourse rules 175

Dorgan, Howard 46

Downie, Leonard Jr. and Robert G. Kaiser 46

Drew, Paul and John Heritage 62

Drummond, William 86, 204

DuBois, John W. 101

Duranti, Alessandro 2, 23, 32, 34, 52

and Charles Goodwin 2

Dvorkin, Jeffrey 139, 199, , 200, , 202, , 203,


East Valley Tribune (Scottsdale, Ariz.) 81, 82

eclipsis 255

editing 23, 27, , 54, 56, 59, 194

attention to audience and 132

dimension of news process 23, 56, 209

journalistic distinctions 49

monitoring usage 191

rules of practice 26, 50, , 169

See also copy editors

Editor & Publisher 62

El Nuevo Herald 92

emic coordination (news values) 85–87

ethics 36, 44

education and 62

emphasis on 51

practice and 44

SPJ ethics code 51, 251

ethnographic approach

advantage of 16, 22, 47, 231

relation to journalistic practice 19, 29

ethnography of communication 2, 5, 19, 33, 47, 231, 255,

Evening Standard (London) 72, 81

evidentiality 174, 193, 256

expert status 229

Fairclough, Norman 21, ,

fairness 32, , 36

See also balance

Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) 101

Fasold, Ralph et al. 192, 248

feature stories 41, 145, , , 244

See also story genres

Fimrite, Peter 142

firewalls

avoiding conflict of interest 58, 59

professional boundaries 60–61

First Amendment 24, 44, 51, 130

freedom of speech 24

freedom of the press 44

“Five W’s” 124, , 161, 165, 253

Flaccus, Gillian 142, 157

Fletcher, Kim 196

focus (prominence) 28, 140, 211

Fowler, Roger 21, 22

framing 85, 152

framing (Goffman) 21

Freedom of Information Act 51, 62

Fresno (Calif.) Bee, The 163

Friedersdorf, Colin 4

Gans, Herbert 4, 19, 33

Garfinkel, Harold 193

Geertz, Clifford 229

Geisler, Jill 191

Geller, Adam 153

“gentle reader” 113, 117

Goffman, Erving 18, 33, 47, 55, , 146, 167, 193

Gonzalez, Andrew B. 28, 130

Goodwin, Charles 2

Goodwin, Marjorie Harness 111

Greatbatch, David 22

Greenslade, Roy 81

Grice, H. Paul 18, 130, 137, 169, 231, 255

See underconversational maxims

Gumperz, John 2, 18, 35

Hymes and 2, 19

habitus (Bourdieu) 16, , 30

Hall, Stuart 15

Hanks, William 101

headlines 26

Hegeman, Roxana 156

Hill, Jane H. 5

and Judith T. Irvine 101

Hoffman, Allison 157

Holley, Joe 154

Holmes, Jennifer and Meredith Marra 62

Horner, Kristine 22

Hough, George A. 68

Howell, Deborah 117

Howley, Kevin 46

Hymes, Dell 2, 6, 19, 32, 35, 86, , 92, 193, 257

Gumperz and 2, 19

indexicality 16, 34, 86, 193, 256

influences on news language 24–26

information hierarchy 56, 165

initial consonant mutation 206

interaction 111,

“interactivity” vs. 126

audience and 113–117

audience responsiveness 110

community of coverage and 110

journalism contexts and 131–132

journalistic practice and 111–113

local priorities 119–122

loci of 125–126

news-community relationship 111

pseudo-dyad 113, 130

pseudo-relationship and 111

reciprocal transmission 112

interactional skills 51

on the job 52

relation to newswriting process 135

interactional sociolinguistics 2, 3, 23, 29, 231, 255, 256

interactivity 126–128, 130

interlocutor 130, , 152, 256


Internet

influences of 28, 39, 45, 60, 62, 202

interactivity and 131

interpretive stability 70

intertextuality 101

interviewing 39, 54, 149

interviewing skills 50, 51, 62

intonation contours (radio) 28, 140, 152

inverted pyramid 26, 27, 28, 140, ,

See also story design

Irish Emigrant Newsletter 71

iterativity 158, 185

news genres and 218

Itule, Bruce D. and Douglas A. Anderson 77, , , 120, 123

Jacobs, Geert et al. 4

Jaffe, Alexandra 4, 22, 53

Jaworski, Adam 21, 233

Johnson, Sally and Astrid Ensslin 22

Journal Sentinel (Milwaukee, Wis.) 162

“journalism of conscience” 70

journalism school 7, 61, 136

journalistic skills and relation to ethnography 29

journalistic standardization

BBC 204

commercial radio 204, , 208

language ideology behind 212

NPR 203

Raidió na Life 205–206, , 208

journalists and linguists 10, 23, 220–221, , , 235

linguists as sources 217

See also linguistics and journalism

J-School.

See journalism school

Kaniss, Phyllis 46

Karush, Sarah 160

Kelly-Holmes, Helen 22

and David Atkinson 54

Kermode, David 127,

King, Colbert I. 77, 78, , 80, 243

Knight, Alan and Yoshiko Nakano 22, , 101

Knight-Ridder Washington Bureau 70

Knudson, Jerry 31

Kulick, Don and Bambi B. Schieffelin 16, 33, 52

Labov, William 86, 111, 163, 176

Lakoff, George 47

Lakoff, Robin 5, 21, 47, 63, 109, 130, 189

language.

attitudes about 10, , 26, 211

See also complaint tradition

communicative function and 16

credibility and 42–43

discourse and 16

news practice and 24

prescription.

See prescriptive imperative

prescription and pragmatics 209

standardization in media contexts 208, 212

style and variation 22

See also news language, standard language ideology

Lanson, Gerald and Mitchell Stephens 73, 76, 84, 141, 153, 155

LaRocque, Paula 42

Lave, Jean and Etienne Wenger 19, 23, 25, 35, 111, 255

leads 9

“bad ledes” 167

cliché leads 167

label leads 168

question leads 168

feature leads 153–155

good leads 163

importance of 170

second-day leads 157

traditional leads 153

types of 152–153, 155–157

anecdote 155

brite 155

narrative 155

zinger 155, 156

Leitner, Gerhard 53, 86, 190

lenition 257

LeVine, Philip and Ron Scollon 3

linguistic anthropology 2, 3, 19, 33, 47, 233

linguistics and journalism 2, , 16

See also journalists and linguists

local priority emphasis 90, 98–100

importance of 119–122

local values in US journalism 45–47,

See undercommunity factor

See also local priority emphasis, community of coverage

Lohn, Martiga 157

Lorenz, Alfred Lawrence and John Vivian 68

Los Angeles Times 6, 81, 83, 98, 173, 225

Love, Alison and Andrew Morrison 101

Mahoney, Mark 46

managing editor 91, 253

Marra, Meredith 62

Marschall, Daniel 35, 62

Martin, Judith 60

Mason Valley News 59

Maximal Relevance 161, 162, , , 169, 231

Maynard, Bob 90

McCullagh, Declan 36, 40, 44, 115

McElhinny, Bonnie 62

McLuhan, Marshall 15,


media technologies

“modality bleeds” 61

discourse innovations and 201

Mencher, Melvin 69, 70, 74, 86, 118, 138

Miami Herald 6, 92

Milroy, James and Lesley Milroy 26, 36, 52, 190, , 194

Miss Manners 60

Mock, William 116

Modan, Gabriella 3

Modern Irish language on-air.

See underRadió na Life

Morgan, Marcyliena 19, 35, 111

Munro, Pamela 227

Murray, Phil 149

Naro, Anthony J. and Maria Marta Pereira Scherre 22

narrative 16, 54, 56, 120, 130, 131, 146, 163, 169, 179, 184, 193, 202, 210, 212, 220, , 229, 247

National Public Radio 198, 200–201, 202

innovations in genre form 202

“neutral authority principle” 174, , 176, 181, , 231

neutrality 26, 149, 151, 171, , 222

distance and 180

evaluation and 184

ideology of 211

responsibility and 184–186

simplification and 171

New York Times 4, 5, 6, 81, 83, , 98, 148, 224

New Yorker, The 163

news “instinct”

professional value of 116

relevance and 116

news angle 70, 76, 147, , 158, 168, 253,

maximal relevance and 161

See also leads

news culture

differences across 22, 54, 145

socialization into 52–53

variation in 107

news discourse 16

boilerplate and 172–173

coherence issues (length) 219–220

given and new information 175, , 176, 180, ,

See also boilerplate

interaction and 131

interpretive dynamic 231

rules of practice 191–192

simplification 232

news hole 75, 86, 177, 193, 203

news hook.

See news angle

news judgment 72

news “instinct” and 116

scope of coverage and 80

news language.

AP style 164

brevity 136, 219

characteristics of 27

clarity 165, 195

complaints about 194

language ideology behind 194, 195

linguistics of 232, ,

local style 192

orientation to 16

precision 196, 198

prescriptive imperative 231

pseudo-dyad 131

reader trust and 43

See also copy editors, leads, newswriting, standard language ideology

news priorities 107–109,

practice and 106–107

See also news values

news process 53–55, 56–57

discourse-level features 53, 54

news values and 75–77

story components and 53

news style.

correlation with genre type 28

innovation and stability in 201

See also story design

news value universals and variation 82–84

news values 1, 54, 56, 59, 87, 90

decision-making 8, 18, 20

heuristic role 72–75

defined 67, , 68

conflict 69

impact (importance) 69

prominence 69, 80, 87

proximity 69, 76, 87

the unusual 70

timeliness (recency) 69

emic and etic distinctions 85–87

examples of

impact (importance) 103

prominence 71

proximity 71, 103

timeliness (recency) 103

importance of 64, 67

in-group taxonomy 94

journo-linguistic taxonomy 94

news process and 75–77

newsworthiness 67, 71, 72

professional socialization 53

role in story meeting negotiations 94–97

role of conflict 69

story components and 54

textbook lists of 68–71

news values as heuristic 74

“news you can use” 45, 145


news-community relationship 36, 43, 58, 111, 113, 114, 129, 131

addressee-oriented goals 118–119

authority-accessibility tension 58

power asymmetries 130, 132

news-community values 36,

See also news-community relationship

Newseum 7

Newsom, Doug and James A. Wollert 72, 118, 198

newspaper of record 201, 253

newspaper style guides 196

newsroom hierarchy 75, 92–93

newsworthiness 28, 140

determinations of 68–69, 71–72, 72–75

news instinct and 77

See also news values

newsworthiness, conveying 28

newswriting 26, 165, 166

“institutional rules of usage” 32

clarity 165

craft and 31–32, 41

credibility objectives and 43

Grice 169

interaction-based goals 118–119

length 166

performance factors 138–139

principles of 135, 136–138

reporting and writing distinctions 32

rules and practice ideology 26

newswriting goals

accuracy 136, 137

balance 136, 137

brevity 136, 137, 219

precision 136, 137

text and content goals 136

newswriting principles 27, 136–138

newswriting rules

“Gricean connection” 137

multi-context applications of 27

Newton, Eric 91

NPR.

See National Public Radio

Nunberg, Geoffrey 3, 193

nut graf 160, 254

Oakland Tribune, The 58, 90–91, 109

fieldwork context 91

story meeting negotiations 95–108

objectivity 21, 44, 105

myth of 21

See also balance, fairness

Ochs, Elinor 33, 52, 53

and Bambi B. Schieffelin 111

ombudsman 71, 117, 188, 199, ,

role of 85, 200

online journalism 7

Orion, The (CSU-Chico) 192

Page One 4, 93

participant framework 9, 257

participant roles 57–58, 75, , 89

in newsroom and community 58

newsroom hierarchy and 92–93

within the news community 52

participant structure 16, 47

Patriot Ledger, The (Quincy, Mass.) 81

Pearl, Daniel 38, 39, , 41, 44

Perrin, Daniel 4, 21

personal opinion 100–104

popular culture and 104–106

Peterson, Mark A. 4, , 5, 33, 87

phases of newsgathering 7

Philips, Susan 3, 52

Pinker, Stephen 189

Post-Crescent, The (Appleton, Wis.) 82, 244

power asymmetries 130

practice 16

elements of 231

metatextual issues and 234

news judgments and 116

news priorities and 106–107

practice ethos

craft and 32

primary values 31, 48

practitioner perspective 16, 24

pragmatics 16, 159, 257

See underconversational maxims

praxis 43, 94, 188

prescriptive imperative 41, 212, 231

communication override 208

pragmatic alternatives 211, 213

processes of newsgathering 8

professional guidelines 51

professional identity 233

professional ideologies 45

constraints of 107

professional priorities 218

attribution of sources 145

professional standards

craft and 36, 37

journalistic self-reflexivity and 37

reader trust and language skill 42

Proposition 187 173

prosodic conventions 193

pseudo-dyad 47, 111, 112, 231

news language relevance of 130

pseudo-relationship and 128

pseudo-event (Boorstin) 9, 110, 111, 128, 129, 132

pseudo-relationship and 129–130

pseudo-relationship 9, 110, 111, 231

public assessments of news practice 85,

See also ombudsman

public perceptions 17–18, 78


Quill 62

Quirk, Randolph 113, 211

quotes 148–151

“good quote” 149

quoting verb 26, 149

radio 7, , 53, 61, 62, 75, 135, 139, 140, 152, 167, 202, , 203, 212

See also journalistic standardization, National Public Radio

See underdelivery style

radio and minority-language revitalization 205

Radio-Television News Directors Association (RTNDA) 62

Raidió na Life 203, 205–207, 208

Rampton, Ben 3, 111

Randall, David 68

real-world constraints 25, 86, , 218

channel of transmission 219

deadline 219

space 219

See also media technologies

reciprocal transmission 111, 112, 131, 231

Record Searchlight 6, 81, 192

Redeker, Gisela 209

relevance 93, , 94, 132

See also Maximal Relevance

relevance to reader 168

reporters

as writers 41, 42, 98, 231, 232

“reporter’s reporter” 39

reporting 38–39, , 165

craft and 38–40

writing and 31–32

reporting and writing distinctions 32

reporting skills

accuracy 42

balance 222

credibility 42

neutrality 222

reporting verb 26, 149

Reuters 98, 153, 156, 239

Richardson, John E. 21

Robinson, Eugene 38

Rosenberg, Scott 38

Sacramento Bee, The 6, 98, 173

Safire, William 190

said 26, 149

San Francisco Chronicle 6, 77, 83, 90, 92, 98, 142, 160, 173, 176, 179

San Jose Mercury News 90, 98

Sanders, Garth 164, , 169

Sangster, Catherine 192

Santa Ana, Otto 21, 109, 185

Santa Barbara Independent 81

Satoh, Akira 22, 53, 86, 145

Saville-Troike, Muriel 52

Schieffelin, Bambi B.

and Elinor Ochs 52

Schieffelin, Bambi et al. 52

Schiffrin, Deborah 2, 23, 95, 209, 255

Schudson, Michael 9, 38, 63, 130, 169, 211

and Haas 47

Schwartz, Noaki 160

Scollon, Ron 22, 53, 101

and Suzie Scollon 3

Scollon, Ron and Suzie Scollon 101

scoop 59, 84

scope factors 80, , , 121

examples

East Valley Tribune (Scottsdale, Ariz.) 81

Los Angeles Times 124

New York Times 121, 123

Post-Crescent (Appleton, Wis.) 81

Santa Barbara (Calif.) Independent 81

The Baltimore Sun 121

USA Today 121, 123

Wall Street Journal 123,

Washington Post 121, 123

Washington Times 121

international news and 122

local news and 121

national news and 122

variation and 122–125

See also local values in US journalism

Sherzer, Joel and Regna Darnell 19, 247

sidebar 254

Simmons, Leslie 156

skepticism, journalistic 222, 223, 229

Smith, Vicki 141

Snow, Jon 115,

socialization 8, 63–64

apprentice model 63

journalism school 8

loci of learning 63

newsroom 8

performance factors 138–139

primary skills 50

process 52–53

socialization matrix 30, 230

Society of Professional Journalists 44, 62

ethics code 251

sociolinguistics 2, 16

sources 26, , 222

checking 39

See also story design

SPEAKING grid (Hymes) 257

speech community 34, 257


speech event 92

defined 257

news contexts for 109

story meeting as 88

Sperber, Dan and Deirdre Wilson 94, 130

Spitulnik, Debra 4, 53

SPJ.

See Society of Professional Journalists

Squires, Sally 149

Stamberg, Susan 202

standard language ideology 36, 190, 194–196, 234, 247, 248, 249

defined 257

standard variety privilege 201

standardization 192, , 193

See also journalistic standardization

standardization and structure of news 193

Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) 201

Steenhuysen, Julie 153, 239

story coherence 217

length constraints 219–220

rhetorical devices 219

connectives 211

elliptical strategy 220

transition words 220

story components 53

story design 9, , 136, 139–140

attribution 145–151

background and context 140–142

hierarchy of importance 140

inverted pyramid 140

multiple authors 55, 56

nut graf 160, 254

organization 26

performance factors 138–139

quotes 148–151

story components 54

See also leads, news values, newswriting, sources

story genres 143–145

“A-heads” 41

“brite” 144

advance 144

breaking news 144

brief 144,

enterprise reporting 144

features 41, 145

folo 144

investigative reporting 144

iterativity 218

news 145

news-features 145

sidebar 144

story hierarchy 93, ,

story meetings 88–89, , 91, 254

news values 94–95,

newsworthiness negotiations 93

Oakland Tribune (case study) 90

Page One 93

participant roles 92–93

personal opinion sanctions 100–104

speech event 88, 89,

style 118, 166, 193, 211, 213

style guides 192

stylistic variation

story genre and 193

Suleiman, Camelia 47

Sunshine Act 62

Swales, John M. 19

talk in news community contexts 23, , 51, 130

See underethnographic advantage

See also socialization, story meetings

Tannen, Deborah 2, 21, 62, 130, 146, 227

television 7, 28, 53, 62, 75, 100, 135, 166

Tenore, Mallary Jean 233

Terrio, Susan 63

text and talk (sociolinguistic) 4, 16, 173, 258

well-formedness of 206

Thomson, Gordon 114

Thurlow, Crispin and Adam Jaworski 21

Time Out 114, 116

Toye, Margaret 21

Traugott, Elizabeth 209

Tuchman, Gaye 19, 33

Tyler, Alina 45

Ungerer, Friedrich 22

USA Today 7, 92, 148

usage 28, , 194

conventions of 26

editing and 27, 194

monitoring of 191

See also news language

Van de Velde, Hans 140

van Dijk, Teun 21, 22, 209

Van Hout, Tom 86, 233

and Felicitas MacGilchrist 87

and Geert Jacobs 4

Van Maanen, John and Stephen R. Barley 19, 35

Vandenbussche, Wim 22, 248

variation in news language 27, 28

channel of transmission 28

Verschueren, Jef 22, , 87

visual display 24

voicing (Bakhtin) 21, 212

Warner, Janine 92

Washington Post 5, 6, 46, 71, 72, 78, 80, 83, 92, 117, 127, 148, , 149, 154, 192, 220, 243


Waugh, Linda 4, 101

Weizman, Elda 22

Wenger, Etienne 35, 111

Wenner, Kathryn S. 203, 204

wire editor 98, 254

Woo, William 32, 42

writing.

See newswriting

writing and reporting distinctions 194

writing style, simplicity in 118

Yee, Daniel 120

Yiddish Radio Project 202, 212

zinger 155, 156, 254




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