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  • Coda: key skills for media work

    Doug Specht

    Chapter from the book: Specht, D. 2019. The Media and Communications Study Skills Student Guide.

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    A last short reflection on the nature of skills acquired students’ studies. The author reiterates that key skills acquired in a Masters degree in media and communications are being able to write and being able to handle huge workloads within tight schedules. These will help students in combining with other creative activities undertaken in the degree or outside. Altogether these abilities will enable students to excel as media and communications practitioners and critical thinkers with much to contribute in the world of work

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    Specht, D. 2019. Coda: key skills for media work. In: Specht, D, The Media and Communications Study Skills Student Guide. London: University of Westminster Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.16997/book42.n
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    Published on Nov. 25, 2019

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