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MMC 2100: Writing for Converged Communications: Getting Started
This guide is designed to provide library research support for MMC2100.
Mango: Library Catalog(FLVC) - Mango is a "discovery tool" that performs a "Google-like" search of the College's library catalog and full text databases. Use Mango to save research time by searching all of the library's holdings at one time and then limiting your search results to exactly the type of item you need.
Mass Media /Political Marketing & Campaigns; Electioneering.
Mass Media (Televised Debates) & politics.
Mass Media & Politics. Public Opinion
Mass Media & International Relations
Political Communication of the US Government
Mass Media & the Law--Press
Mass Media & the Law--Telecommunications
Mass Media & the Arts
Communication. Mass Media.
Style. Composition. Rhetoric.
Broadcasting (Radio, TV).
Oratory. Elocution, etc.
Journalism. The Periodical Press. Copy editing.
Comic books, strips, etc.
Cinematography. Motion pictures
Copyright, Intellectual Property
Communication Arts is one of the most interdisciplinary degrees offered at FSCJ embracing speech, journalism, film, radio, TV, entertainment industry, news reporting, video production, social media, advertising, multimedia and law. Because it does embrace so many disciplines, there is no single spot in the library to find all books on Communications, as you can see from the Library of Congress Classification. This guide is designed to help you get started on your research.
Objectives of this Guide
This guide contains links to information resources related to your course, including indexes and databases that can be used to find publications, reference works, data resources, style guides, and pages linking to resources on specific topics.
We hope you find it helpful for all your research needs in this class.
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(Gale) - Academic OneFile provides peer-reviewed, full-text articles from leading journals and reference sources. Includes coverage of the physical sciences, technology, medicine, social sciences, the arts, theology, literature and, other subjects.