Bad News

Roman
Author: Bruno Ziauddin
Publisher: Nagel & Kimche
ISBN: 3312006988
Category: Fiction
Page: 208
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Ein junger Journalist macht Karriere bei einer Wochenzeitung und gerät in den Sog des schillernden, diabolischen Chefredakteurs – mit lebensbedrohlichen Folgen. Anfangs versucht M. den nationalkonservativen Furor seines Chefs mit Humor zu nehmen, zumal der smarte Blattmacher dabei brillant und originell vorgeht. Zunehmend irritiert stellt M. fest, dass er in seiner neuen Position kaum etwas entscheiden darf und auch noch den Sündenbock für seinen Chef und dessen Umstrukturierungspläne spielen soll. Irritiert ist allerdings nicht nur M., sondern auch eine Gruppe radikaler Muslime, die die Hetze gegen Ausländer satt hat. Jemand soll dafür bezahlen. Ein temporeicher und scharfsinniger Thriller über die Manipulation und Stimmungsmache in Medien und Gesellschaft.

How to Break Bad News

A Guide for Health Care Professionals
Author: Rob Buckman
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801844904
Category: Bad news
Page: 223
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"This short, easy-to-read book... has a great potential to improve the way clinicians understand the process of breaking bad news." -- Annals of Internal Medicine "At last, we have a wise, useful, readable textbook on the communication of unpleasant information." -- New England Journal of Medicine

The Good News about the Bad News

Herpes, Everything You Need to Know
Author: Terri Warren
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
ISBN: 1572246189
Category: Health & Fitness
Page: 211
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If you have genital herpes, you're not alone. Millions of people lead healthy, sexually active lives with herpes. Although herpes symptoms can be managed with medication and treatment, the stigma associated with the infection can negatively impact self-esteem and become a problem in itself. This complete guide to living with genital herpes, written by internationally recognized herpes expert Terri Warren, addresses every practical issue people with herpes face.The author offers information on: * Understanding herpes symptoms and triggers * Knowing your treatment options * Reducing the risk of transmission to future sex partners * Breaking the news to potential partnersIncluded in ' The Good News About the Bad News: Herpes ' are responses to common questions and concerns based on the author's experiences counseling thousands of people with genital herpes in her sexual health clinic.

Bad News

The Wapping Dispute
Author: John Lang,Graham Dodkins
Publisher: Spokesman Books
ISBN: 0851247962
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 191
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The Good News is the Bad News is Wrong


Author: Ben J. Wattenberg
Publisher: American Enterprise Institute
ISBN: 9780671606411
Category: Social Science
Page: 431
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Argues that the media have emphasized the negative side of life in America and shows that the nation is stronger, more prosperous, and healthier than ever

Bad News

Last Journalists in a Dictatorship
Author: Anjan Sundaram
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0385539576
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 208
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The author of the acclaimed Stringer: A Reporter’s Journey in the Congo now moves on to Rwanda for a gripping look at a country caught still in political and social unrest, years after the genocide that shocked the world. Bad News is the story of Anjan Sundaram's time running a journalist's training program out of Kigali, the capital city of one of Africa's most densely populated countries, Rwanda. President Kagame’s regime, which seized power after the genocide that ravaged its population in 1994, is often held up as a beacon for progress and modernity in Central Africa and is the recipient of billions of dollars each year in aid from Western governments and international organizations. Lurking underneath this shining vision of a modern, orderly state, however, is the powerful climate of fear springing from the government's brutal treatment of any voice of dissent. "You can't look and write," a policeman ominously tells Sundaram, as he takes notes at a political rally. In Rwanda, the testimony of the individual—the evidence of one's own experience—is crushed by the pensée unique: the single way of thinking and speaking, proscribed by those in power. A vivid portrait of a country at an extraordinary and dangerous place in its history, Bad News is a brilliant and urgent parable on freedom of expression, and what happens when that power is seized.

Breaking bad news

das Überbringen schlechter Nachrichten in der Medizin
Author: Peter Langkafel,Christian Lüdke
Publisher: medhochzwei Verlag
ISBN: 9783870816360
Category: Counseling
Page: 108
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Writing and Speaking in the Technology Professions

A Practical Guide
Author: David F. Beer
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471444732
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 536
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An updated edition of the classic guide to technical communication Consider that 20 to 50 percent of a technology professional's time is spent communicating with others. Whether writing a memo, preparing a set of procedures, or making an oral presentation, effective communication is vital to your professional success. This anthology delivers concrete advice from the foremost experts on how to communicate more effectively in the workplace. The revised and expanded second edition of this popular book completely updates the original, providing authoritative guidance on communicating via modern technology in the contemporary work environment. Two new sections on global communication and the Internet address communicating effectively in the context of increased e-mail and web usage. As in the original, David Beer's Second Edition discusses a variety of approaches, such as: * Writing technical documents that are clear and effective * Giving oral presentations more confidently * Using graphics and other visual aids judiciously * Holding productive meetings * Becoming an effective listener The new edition also includes updated articles on working with others to get results and on giving directions that work. Each article is aimed specifically at the needs of engineers and others in the technology professions, and is written by a practicing engineer or a technical communicator. Technical engineers, IEEE society members, and technical writing teachers will find this updated edition of David Beer's classic Writing and Speaking in the Technology Professions an invaluable guide to successful communication.

Bearing the Bad News

Contemporary American Literature and Culture
Author: Sanford Pinsker
Publisher: University of Iowa Press
ISBN: 9781587291906
Category: Literary Criticism
Page: 181
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Critic and poet Pinsker offers 11 essays exploring such topics as the decline of formative reading, unifying themes in American literature, the cultural value of humor (but not vice versa), and the place of the college novel. No bibliography or index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Bad News

A Zack Walker Mystery #4
Author: Linwood Barclay
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1409174034
Category: Fiction
Page: 416
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*THIS BOOK WAS PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED IN THE USA UNDER THE TITLE STONE RAIN* Zack Walker Mystery #4 Journalist Zack Walker has a dangerous habit of finding deadly stories. But this is one his good friend Trixie Snelling doesn't want told. It turns out Trixie has her fair share of skeletons in her closet and, as Zack discovers, a dead body in her basement. With other journalists circling the story - and no sign of Trixie, who has gone missing - Zack could find himself implicated in a murder, unless he finds out the truth fast. The bad news is: it will cost him his job, and teach him that everything he knows about his friend, his town, and even his marriage, is a lie. The good news? It hasn't cost him his life . . . yet.

Bad News, Good News

Conversational Order in Everyday Talk and Clinical Settings
Author: Douglas W. Maynard
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226511955
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 327
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When we share or receive good or bad news, from ordinary events such as the birth of a child to public catastrophes such as 9/11, our "old" lives come to an end, and suddenly we enter a new world. In Bad News, Good News, Douglas W. Maynard explores how we tell and hear such news, and what's similar and different about our social experiences when the tidings are bad rather than good or vice versa. Uncovering vocal and nonvocal patterns in everyday conversations, clinics, and other organizations, Maynard shows practices by which people give and receive good or bad news, how they come to realize the news and their new world, how they suppress or express their emotions, and how they construct social relationships through the sharing of news. He also reveals the implications of his study for understanding public affairs in which transmitting news may influence society at large, and he provides recommendations for professionals and others on how to deliver bad or good tidings more effectively. For anyone who wants to understand the interactional facets of news delivery and receipt and their social implications, Bad News, Good News offers a wealth of scholarly insights and practical advice.

No News is Bad News

Radio, Television and the Public
Author: Michael Bromley
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317876113
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 280
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This volume of collected essays provides a wide-ranging survey of the state of radio and television, especially the idea of public service broadcasting, and of news, current affairs and documentary programming in America, Australia, the UK and the rest of western Europe. Among the key issues it addresses are the 'dumbing down' of TV news, the infotainment factor in current affairs shows and the disappearance of the documentary. Using contemporary cases and examples - from the row over the scheduling of News at Ten in the UK to the creation of ABC News Online in Australia -- the essays link the performance of radio and television at the turn of the millennium with the processes of deregulation, liberalisation and digitalisation which have been evident since the 1980s. Working from a much needed and original comparative approach which encompasses complex and well-established public broadcasting in the USA as well as emerging and vulnerable participatory radio stations in El Salvador, the book sets a variety of experiences of factual radio and television programming within wider political and cultural contexts. It offers analyses of not only the 'problems' associated with news, current affairs and documentary broadcasting in an era of a declining public service ethos and the apparent triumph of the market, however. The essays also explore the potential of alternative radio and television, new forms of communication, such as the internet, and changing practices among journalists and programme makers, as well as the resilience of public broadcasting and the powers of the public to ensure that the media remain relevant and accountable. A companion text to the bestselling Sex, Lies and Democracy: The Press and the Public, this volume presents a multi-faceted approach to the tumultuous present and the uncertain future of news, current affairs and documentary in radio and television.

Bad News (Routledge Revivals)


Author: Peter Beharrell,Howard Davis,John Eldridge,John Hewitt,Jean Hart,Gregg Philo,Paul Walton,Brian Winston
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135229767
Category: Performing Arts
Page: 310
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It is a commonly held belief that television news in Britain, on whatever channel, is more objective, more trustworthy, more neutral than press reporting. The illusion is exploded in this controversial study by the Glasgow University Media Group, originally published in 1976. The authors undertook an exhaustive monitoring of all television broadcasts over 6 months, from January to June 1975, with particular focus upon industrial news broadcasts, the TUC, strikes and industrial action, business and economic affairs. Their analysis showed how television news favours certain individuals by giving them more time and status. But their findings did not merely deny the neutrality of the news, they gave a new insight into the picture of industrial society that TV news constructs.

Bad News and Good Judgment

A Guide to Reporting on Sensitive Issues in a Small-Town Newspaper
Author: Jim Pumarlo
Publisher: Marion Street Press
ISBN: 1936863030
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 120
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Helps editors of small-town newspapers decide how to report on sensitive issues such as suicides, sexual abuse, and accidents.

Really bad news


Author: Greg Philo,Glasgow University Media Group
Publisher: Writers & Readers Publishing
ISBN: N.A
Category: Performing Arts
Page: 170
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Bad News


Author: Pseudonymous Bosch
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0316320498
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Page: 352
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The can't-miss final installment of beloved author Pseudonymous Bosch's bestselling Bad Books trilogy! At Earth Ranch, Clay encountered a haunted library, a castaway boy, and a fire-breathing dragon--not to mention incredible magic. Now he faces his most dangerous foes yet: the mysterious white-gloved members of the Midnight Sun, whose scheming leads Clay to a dragon reserve. Up against impossible odds, will Clay and his Secret Series Allies be able to triumph over these villains once and for all? Packed with action, humor, magic, mystery, and dragons, Pseudonymous Bosch answers long-simmering questions as he delivers his most exciting adventure yet.

The Bad News

From Moral Disorder
Author: Margaret Atwood
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0525566406
Category: Fiction
Page: 10
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“We don’t like bad news, but we need it. We need to know about it in case it’s coming our way.” This delicious, contemptuous and poignant micro-story is the first in the acclaimed collection, Moral Disorder, from towering author and #1 New York Times Bestseller, Margaret Atwood. The bad news arrives in the form of a paper, which Tig carries up the stairs to Nell who is wallowing in bed. A year from now, they won’t remember the details, but for now, the bad news sits between the aging couple as they prepare their breakfast together and Nell imagines them in Southern France as the barbarians invade Rome on what is beautiful day, safe and quiet, for now, from the bad news coming their way. A Vintage Shorts Selection. An ebook short.

Good News, Bad News

Journalism Ethics And The Public Interest
Author: Jeremy Iggers
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0429979770
Category: Social Science
Page: 192
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In Good News, Bad News , Jeremy Iggers argues that journalism's institutionalized conversation about ethics largely evades the most important issues regarding the public interest and the civic responsibilities of the press. Changes in the ownership and organization of the news media make these issues especially timely; although journalism's ethics rest on the idea of journalism as a profession, the rise of market-driven journalism has undermined journalists' professional status. Ultimately, argues Iggers, journalism is impossible without a public that cares about the common life. Written in an accessible style, Good News, Bad News is important reading for journalists, communication scholars, and students. }Public dissatisfaction with the news media frequently gives rise to calls for journalists to live up to the ethical standards of their profession. But what if the fault lies in part with the standards themselves?Jeremy Iggers argues that journalisms institutionalized conversation about ethics largely evades the most important issues regarding the public interest and the civic responsibilities of the press. Changes in the ownership and organization of the news media make these issues especially timely; although journalisms ethics rest on the idea of journalism as a profession, the rise of market-driven journalism has undermined journalists professional status.Ultimately, argues Iggers, journalism is impossible without a public that cares about the common life. A more meaningful approach to journalism ethics must begin with a consideration of the role of the news media in a democratic society and proceed to look for practical ways in which journalism can contribute to the vitality of public life.Written in an accessible style, Good News, Bad News is important reading for journalists, communication scholars, and students. }