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Data Journalism: Past, Present and Future <back  
John Mair, Richard Lance Keeble, Megan Lucero, Martin Moore
ISBN: 9781845497149
Format: softback
156 x 234 mm
(6.14 x 9.21 inches)
Pages: 264
Imprint: abramis
Cover Price: £19.95
Data Journalism: Past, Present and Future
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Data journalism: Past, present and future

Foreword by Simon Rogers, Head of Google Data Lab8



This is the third in the Abramis Data Journalism series and twenty first in the acclaimed 'hackademic' series. As ever with a new collection, there are new authors and fresh perspectives. A vast range of topics is covered - including the Panama Papers exposé, the role of data journalism in the recent UK general elections and referenda, the challenges facing DJ in China and Russia, and an overview of the history of DJ in the US and UK – while experts provide tips on improving DJ skills.



The authors include some of the world's leading data journalists – and top academics, trainers and activists in the field: Mar Cabra, Lucas Batt, Paul Bradshaw, Adam Cantwell-Corn, Harry Carr, Erin Coates, Aasma Day, Shiting Ding, Peter Geoghegan, Leila Haddou, Kathryn Hayes, Bahareh Heravi, Jonathan Hewett, Eliot Higgins, Bella Hurrell, Teresa Jolley, Marie Kinsey, Sixian Li, Joseph O'Leary, Isabelle Marchand, Claire Miller, Petar Milin, Rob Minto, Martin Moore, William Perrin, Damian Radcliffe, Gordon M. Ramsay, Simon Rogers, Sarah Rose, Jonathan Spencer, Anastasia Veleeva, John Walton and Hugh Westbrook.



Editors

John Mair is the series editor of the Abramis 'hackademic' books. Professor Richard Lance Keeble has co-edited many of them with him and is the author or editor of 36 books. Megan Lucero is the Director of the new data journalism hub at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and Martin Moore is the Director of the Centre for the Study of Media, Communication and Power at King's College London.

 
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