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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
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ENL 313 Survey of Journalistic Styles

3 Credit(s)
A survey of journalistic styles in writing, focusing on the interactions between journalism and literature, as, for example, the relationship between periodical journalism and Addison’s essays, or Boswell’s influence on the writing of popular profiles. Attention will also be paid to reading current journalistic pieces in a literary context - reviews, plus critical, social, political, ethical, and legal commentary. Writing assignments, including work for The Log and other campus publications may be both practical and analytical. Three lecture hours per week. Not open to students who have received credit for ENG 314.  Prerequisite: ENG 102, ENL 102 , ENG 102E,   ENG 103, ENL 103 , ENG 106H, or ENL 110H , and at least one English course at the 200- level or permission of the department chairperson.