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Jeff Alan; with James M. Lane. Anchoring America: The Changing Face of Network News. Bonus Books. 2003. 426pp.

James Aucoin. The Evolution of American Investigative Journalism. University of Missouri Press. 2005. 242pp.

Ken Auletta. Backstory: Inside the Business of News. Penguin. 2003. 296pp.

Adrian Bingham. Gender, Modernity, and the Popular Press in Inter-War Britain. Oxford University Press. 2004. 271pp.

David Broder. Behind the Front Page: A Candid Look at How the News is Made. Simon and Schuster. 2000. 400pp.

Jo A. Cates. Journalism: A Guide to the Reference Literature. Libraries Unlimited. 1997. 317pp.

Steve Chibnall. Law and Order News: An Analysis of Crime Reporting in the British Press. Routledge. 2003. 304pp.

Alexander Cockburn; Jeffrey St. Clair. End Times: The Death of the Fourth Estate. AK Press. 2007. 380pp.

Edwin Emery. The Press and America: An Interpretative History of Journalism. Prentice-Hall. 1962. 801pp.

Stanley E. Flink. Sentinel Under Siege: The Triumphs and Troubles of America's Free Press. Westview Press. 1997. 325pp.

Bob Franklin; David Murphy (editor). Making the Local News: Local Journalism in Context. Routledge. 1998. 288pp.

Chris Frost. Journalism Ethics and Regulation. Longman. 2007. 352pp.

Hazel Dicken Garcia. Journalistic Standards in Nineteenth-Century America. University of Wisconsin Press. 1989. 342pp.

J. Edward Gerald. News of Crime: Courts and Press in Conflict. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1983. 227pp.

Neil Henry. American Carnival: Journalism Under Siege in an Age of New Media. University of California Press. 2007. 326pp.

Dennis F. Herrick. Media Management in the Age of Giants: Business Dynamics of Journalism. Blackwell Publishing. 2003. 397pp.

John L. Hulteng. Messenger's Motives: Ethical Problems of the News Media. Prentice-Hall. 1975. 262pp.

Norman E. Isaacs. The Untended Gates: The Mismanaged Press. Columbia University Press. 1988. 258pp.

Aled Gruffydd Jones. Press, Politics and Society: A History of Journalism in Wales. University of Wales Press. 1993. 317pp.

Paul Manning. News and News Sources: A Critical Introduction. Sage Publications. 2001. 264pp.

David Randall. The Great Reporters. Pluto Press. 2005. 280pp. Biographies of 13 journalists.

William J. Small. To Kill a Messenger: Television News and the Real World. Hastings House. 1970. 302pp.

John D. Stevens. Sensationalism and the New York Press. Columbia University Press. 1991. 210pp.

Rodger Streitmatter. Mightier Than the Sword: How the News Media Have Shaped American History. Westview Press. 2007. 336pp.

Leonard Ray Teel. The Public Press, 1900-1945: The History of American Journalism. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1994. 276pp.

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