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This lecture goes over the way journalists should handle numbers in news copy. Simple math is all it takes for most journalism, but journalists need to be consistent, offer context, be complete, take care that the numbers are right and estimate before converting. Numbers in the news is one area where journalists can especially offer the benefit of critical thinking. Includes lessons on calculating percentage.
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