Journals are regular periodic publications, usually dedicated to a specific profession or discipline. They usually are published monthly or quarterly, and they are usually in …the form of a magazine, although the obvious exception is the Wall Street Journal, which is in the form of a newspaper. Some journals are "peer review" kinds of journals, which means that when articles are submitted for publication, groups of professionals in the field will do their best to make sure that the articles are legitimate, and if ithey involve research, that appropriate methods and controls have been used..
Journals are very useful in academic and academic research circles, and they are also important to professionals (physicians and scientists) who need to keep up on the latest developments in their fields. (MORE)
The journal is a kind of newspaper or magazine that is aprofessional activity or intellectual magazine and published on aregular schedule. It can also be a record of the daily… happeningsin the life of a certain person. (MORE)
Journalism is about reporting on the biggest news stories, but it is also about covering life in your city or town. Journalists, sometimes also called "reporters," provide inf…ormation about politics, sports, entertainment, and current events. Some journalists write for a newspaper or magazine, others report via radio or television, but their job is to keep the public informed. Some journalists prefer to remain neutral and objective and just report the facts of a story, while others become advocates for certain issues or causes they believe in. (MORE)
AN online journal is like a journal except its on the computer or online, which means you have to type instead of getting out a pencil or something. If you want to create an… online journal just look it up on google and click the link which you think is best. (Notice I said AN online jounal because online begins with a vowel.) (MORE)
Connecting rod journals are the part of the crankshaft where the connecting rods attach to. There is one rod journal for each piston/connecting rod in the engine. These journa…ls have a machined surface so the connecting rod bearings can move smoothly as the crankshaft rotates. (MORE)
The concept of "citizen journalism" has been done to death already, of course, but two interesting pieces from E-Media Tidbits today shows exactly how the concept really is ch…anging and impacting the media business. The first discusses the stories saying that FEMA is now trying to ban photojournalists from photographing certain images. In an age when so many people have digital cameras and cameraphones, the whole idea that you even could ban such picture taking is ridiculous. At best, all they're doing is encouraging more "amateur" photographers to start taking pictures on their own and spreading them online as quickly as possible. Given typical government (at all levels) blindness to realities on the ground, it really shouldn't be any surprise at all that they would think a simple ban on taking photographs would work. Even more interesting, however, is the concept of victim journalism as opposed to straight citizen journalism. One of the "problems" people have had with citizen journalism all along is the idea that those reporting on events aren't trained journalists, and therefore unable to have the correct objective perspective (which, of course, falsely assumes that professional journalists are able to really be objective in their own right). However, the concept being described as "victim journalism" takes away the idea of objectivity entirely -- and notes that the people actually involved in the event are writing up their own accounts of the event and posting it online. Readers certainly know their bias, but getting the views of participants in an event can make it seem that much more real . The point here isn't that citizen journalism is, in any way, "replacing" traditional journalism, but that it's adding another layer that simply didn't exist on a widescale basis before. (MORE)