JRN 335 Week 2 Does Service Journalism Serve the Reader Recent
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JRN 335 Week 2 Does Service Journalism Serve the Reader NEW
Does Service Journalism Serve the Reader?. Service journalism involves using sidebars, lists, or boxed materials to highlight information, helping readers easily find and act on it. Other techniques include using blurbs, subheads, a question-and-answer column, or even to repeat things in different ways for different people. Service journalists also help their audiences think more visually, using pictures and graphics to enhance the message. This can include anything from providing an address to a phone number to instructions on how to fix a lawnmower or make a loaf of bread. It might include directions on how to travel to a festival or where and when to buy tickets.
For this assignment, find an example of a story in a newspaper or magazine or on a Web site that would have benefitted from service journalism techniques. Then, tell what you would have done to make the information more usable. Describe the techniques you would use as well as their benefits to readers.
If you like to present the information in a service journalism format, you may do so.
The paper must be two to three pages in length and formatted according to APA style. Cite your resources in text and on the reference page. For information regarding APA samples and tutorials, visit the Ashford Writing Center, within the Learning Resources tab on the left navigation toolbar, in your online course.
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