Feature Writing: Pearson New International Edition

The Pursuit of Excellence
7e édition

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Éditeur
Pearson Education
Édition
7
Auteur
Edward Jay Friedlander, John Lee,
Langue
français
BISAC Subject Heading
LAN004000 LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Communication Studies > LAN008000 LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Journalism > LAN020000 LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Study & Teaching > REF026000 REFERENCE / Writing Skills > BUS070060 BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Industries / Media & Communications Industries
BIC subject category (UK)
GTC Communication studies > KNTJ Press & journalism > CJCW Writing skills
Code publique Onix
05 Enseignement supérieur
Description public visé
• Cours : finance de marché, actifs dérivés, futures, options • Établissements : universités et écoles de commerce • Niveaux : M, D • Professionnels de la finance de marché
Date de première publication du titre
08 décembre 2017
Subject Scheme Identifier Code
Classification thématique Thema: Industries des médias, du divertissement, de l’information et de la communication
Classification thématique Thema: Etudes des moyens de communication
Classification thématique Thema: Industrie de l’édition et de la presse
Classification thématique Thema: Apprentissage et enseignement des langues
Classification thématique Thema: Arts de l’écriture et techniques de rédaction

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28 octobre 2013
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9781292053035
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CHAPTER one

The Newspaper Feature Story 

The Feature: Helen’s Story  

An Overview  

Newspaper Feature Story Types: News and Timeless Features  

Categories and Appeals  

Newspaper Feature Writers: The Right Stuff  

A Profile of the Pulitzer Winners  

The Anatomy of a Newspaper Feature Story  

“Mrs. Kelly’s Monster”  

by Jon Franklin of the Baltimore Evening Sun

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

The Future: Trends in Newspaper Feature Writing  

CHAPTER TWO

The Newspaper Feature Story Idea  

What Newspaper Readers Want to Read  

How to Get Ideas  

Focusing Ideas  

Ideas That Didn’t Work  

Ideas That Worked  

“Life on the Land: An American Farm Family”  

“Life on the Land: An American Farm Family”  

by John Camp of the St. Paul Pioneer Press

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

“Pearls Before Breakfast”  

“PEARLS BEFORE BREAKFAST”  

by Gene Weingarten of The Washington Post Magazine

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

CHAPTER Three

The Magazine Article and Article Idea  

How a Magazine Article Differs from a Newspaper Feature  

Staff Writer Versus Freelancer  

Three Necessary Skills for the Freelance Writer  

Stalking the Elusive Article Idea  

Matching Ideas to Markets  

“Like Something the Lord Made”  

by Katie McCabe for The Washingtonian

A National Magazine Award Winner

“Death of a Playmate”  

by Teresa Carpenter for The Village Voice

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Taking the Next Step  

CHAPTER four

Researching for Newspaper Feature Stories and Magazine Articles  

Newspaper Reference Rooms AND COMPUTER FILES  

Magazine Reference Resources  

Computerized Research  

Using Search Engines and Directories  

WRITING FOR THE INTERNET  

  On the Decline of Print Journalism

  Freelancing for the Internet

Turning Research into the Finished Article  

“WHERE BUSINESS TRAVELERS LIVE”  

by Joe Brancatelli

“WHy we hate the airlines and lobve diet coke”  

by Joe Brancatelli

 

CHAPTER five

Interviewing for Newspaper Feature Stories and Magazine Articles  

Kinds of Interviews  

Getting Ready to Interview  

Who to Interview  

Asking for the Interview  

Persuading People Who Don’t Want to Talk  

When and Where to Interview  

Researching the Interviewee  

Conducting the Personal Interview  

Making Friends  

Asking Questions  

Attribution Guidelines  

Gathering Material  

Fixing Quotes  

Description  

Excerpt from “The Boy Behind the Mask”  

by Tom Hallman Jr. of The Oregonian

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from “Crossing Over”  

by J. R. Moehringer of The Los Angeles Times

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Closing the Session  

The Interview Story  

 “Zepp’s Last Stand”  

by Madeleine Blais of The Miami Herald

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

CHAPTER six

Writing the Newspaper Feature Story  

Beginning the Process  

Story Structure  

Writing the Lead  

A Dozen Lead Categories  

Excerpt from “Angels and Demons”  

by Tom French of the St. Petersburg Times

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from “How Super Are Our Supercarriers?”  

by Steve Twomey of The Philadelphia Inquirer

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from “A Gift Abandoned: Day One–Jack-in-the-box”  

by Sheryl James of the St. Petersburg Times

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from ‘‘AIDS in the Heartland: Chapter 1’’  

by Jacqui Banaszynski of the St. Paul Pioneer Press

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from “Ashes to Dust”  

by Linda Wilson of The Daily News, Longview, Washington

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from “Being Black in South Africa: For Many, the Struggle Is Finding Work”  

by David Zucchino of The Philadelphia Inquirer

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from ‘‘Toxic Shock’’  

by Nan Robertson of The New York Times

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from ‘‘A Daughter Remembers Dad as He Lived, and Died’’  

by Tad Bartimus of the Associated Press

A Pulitzer Prize Finalist

Excerpt from “Utica, Illinois”  

by Julia Keller of the Chicago Tribune  

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from ‘‘Life on the Land: An American Farm Family’’: Part 2  

by John Camp of the St. Paul Pioneer Press

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from ‘‘Family, Town, Grieve Three Drowned Brothers’’  

by Tad Bartimus of the Associated Press

A Pulitzer Prize Finalist

Excerpt from ‘‘Making It Fly: Buying a Jetliner–An Act of Faith’’  

by Peter Rinearson of The Seattle Times

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from “Mrs. Kelly’s Monster”  

by Jon Franklin of the Baltimore Evening Sun

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from “THE BUREAUCRACY: HOW DID IT GET SO BIG?” 

  By Saul Pett of The Associated Press

  A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from ‘‘Making It Fly: The Big Gamble’’  

by Peter Rinearson of The Seattle Times

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Excerpt from “A Father’s Pain, a Judge’s Duty, and a Justice Beyond Their Reach”  

by Barry Siegel of The Los Angeles Times

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

Writing the Body of the Story  

Writing the End of the Story  

Excerpt from “Crime Scene: Beyond the Statistics, A Druggist Confronts the Reality of Robbery”  

by Angelo B. Henderson of The Wall Street Journal

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

   EXCERPT FROM “THE GIRL IN THE WINDOW”

   By Lane DeGregory of the St. Petersburg Times

   A Pulitzer Prize Winner

     WRITING A STORY FOR THE WEB

Analyzing Two Feature Stories  

“A Boy of Unusual Vision”  

by Alice Steinbach of the Baltimore Sun

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

“All She Has, $150,000, Is Going to a University”  

by Rick Bragg of the New York Times

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

CHAPTER seven

Writing the Specialized Feature Story  

The Deadline Feature Sidebar  

“Ashes to Dust”

by Linda Wilson of The Daily News, Longview, Washington

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

The Profile  

“Adam & Megan: A Story of One Family’s Courage”  

by Dave Curtin of the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

The Feature Series  

“First Born, Fast Grown: The Manful Life of Nicholas, 10”  

by Isabel Wilkerson of The New York Times

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

The Specialized Feature Story and Multimedia Journalism

Excerpt from “Final Salute”  

by Jim Sheeler of the Rocky Mountain News  

A Pulitzer Prize Winner

CHAPTER eight

Marketing and Writing the Magazine Article  

Case History  

The Idea  

The Market  

The Query Letter  

The Waiting Game  

Gathering the Information  

Organizing the Story  

Sitting Down to Write

The Aftermath  

Send in the Clones  

“Genome Tome”  

by Priscilla Long for The American Scholar

A National Magazine Award Winner

CHAPTER nine

Writing and Rewriting Like a Pro  

Writers Must be Versatile  

Revising Your Copy  

Useful Writing Devices  

Avoiding Common Mistakes  

Common Writing Problems  

Writing Subjectively  

Putting It All Together  

“Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D”  

Game Review for PC Accelerator

“Medal of Honor: Allied Assault”  

Game Review for MacAddict

CHAPTER ten

Legal and Ethical Considerations for Writers  

Libel  

Invasion of Privacy  

Copyright Law  

Copyright Protection  

Copyright Infringement  

Ethical Guidelines  

Credits  

Index  


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