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JOUR458G - Special Topics in Journalism: How Sports Journalism Constructs Our World  

Guide to selected resources for students preparing the annotated bibliography required in Prof. Kevin Blackistone's JOUR458G class (Fall 2014).
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Introduction

This is a guide to support students taking Journalism 458G.

Contact the subject specialist for more information on the resources suggested within this Guide, or for other sources to support research on Journalism topics.

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Journalism History Materials in Special Collections

Additional Special Collections

In addition to the materials housed at Hornbake related to journalism and journalism history, the Libraries have many other Special Collections to support your research:

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