By George Tzogopoulos
By George Tzogopoulos
By Campbell B. Titchener
By Glenn Hooper,Tim Youngs
By Bryan A. Garner
By Samuel Johnson
By Hal Elrod,Steve Scott,Honoree Corder,S.J. Scott,James Altucher
The option to those questions is to alter what you do very first thing within the morning. and that is why you have to learn The Miracle Morning for Writers: the best way to construct a Writing Ritual That raises Your effect and source of revenue (Before 8AM).
The Miracle Morning for Writers combines Hal Elrod's worldwide phenomenon with Steve Scott's proven writing behavior thoughts (which helped him get at the Wall road Journal bestsellers list). You take cost of your morning and maximize "the remainder of the day" to your writing efforts.
The Miracle Morning for Writers is your key to construction a writing behavior that may bring up either your source of revenue and the price you offer to the area.
By Franziska Drews
Vor dem Hintergrund des großen Einflusses von Medien auf Anschauungen von Menschen und des gegenwärtigen Wandels der medialen Welt soll im Rahmen dieser Hausarbeit der Unterschied zwischen analoger und digitaler Fotografie im Hinblick auf die Manipulierbarkeit untersucht werden.
Es folgt das konkrete Beispiel eines manipulierten Pressefotos von 1997 während des Anschlages im ägyptischen Luxor, bei dem lediglich eine Farbveränderung zu einem kompletten Deutungswandel des Bildes führte.
Anschließend wird auf den Prozess eingegangen, in dem das Foto durch die Manipulation seine Bedeutung verändert und welche politischen Botschaften es dadurch vermittelt. Der Zusammenhang zwischen der Manipulation von Medien und ihren politischen und wirtschaftlichen Motiven wird deutlich.
Zum Ende der Hausarbeit soll folgende Frage beantwortet werden: Inwieweit hat sich die Signifikanz des Pressefotos verändert und welche Auswirkungen hat dies auf die Politik und die Öffentlichkeit?
By William G. Christ
By William Least Heat-Moon
Winner, exotic Literary fulfillment, Missouri Humanities Council, 2015
The tale at the back of the writing of the best-selling Blue Highways is as interesting because the epic journey itself. greater than thirty years after his 14,000-mile, 38-state trip, William Least Heat-Moon displays at the 4 years he spent taking pictures the teachings of the line journey on paper—the stops and starts off in his composition technique, the various drafts and painstaking revisions, the miserable string of rejections via publishers, the traces on his own relationships, and plenty of different features of the toil that went into writing his first booklet. alongside the best way, he strains the demanding classes realized and provides suggestions to aspiring and skilled writers alike. faraway from being a technical guide, Writing Blue Highways: the tale of ways a publication Happenedis an event tale of its personal, a trip of “exploration into the myriad routes of middle and brain that resulted in the making of a booklet from the 1st sorry and now vanished paragraph to the final phrases that got here no longer from a graphite pencil yet from a letterpress in Tennessee.”
Readers won't discover a selection of summary formulations and principles for writing; relatively, this e-book gracefully contains examples from Heat-Moon’s personal adventure. As he explains, “This tale could be termed an inadvertent autobiography written now not by means of the traveller who took Ghost Dancing in 1978 over the byroads of the US yet via a guy in basic terms hearing him. That blue-roadman hasn’t been visible in additional than a 3rd of a century, and during the last many weeks as I sketched in those pages, I’ve regretted his inevitable departure.” Filtered because the struggles of the “blue-roadman” are in the course of the wisdom of somebody greater than thirty years older with a part dozen next books to his credits, the tale of ways his first publication “happened” is all of the extra resonant for readers who won't themselves be writers yet who're attracted to the tough stability of intuitive production and strength of will required for any inventive endeavor.
By Scott Reinardy
Journalism’s misplaced Generation discusses how the adjustments within the not just point out a newspaper difficulty, but additionally a problem of neighborhood groups, a lack of specialist talents, and a void in institutional and neighborhood wisdom emanating from newsrooms. Reinardy’s thorough and opinionated tackle the transition visible in newspaper newsrooms is coupled with an exam of the journalism this day. this article additionally presents a wide view of the newspaper journalism being produced this day, and people who try to provide it.