Use the MU Libraries Online Catalog to find books by subject headings or keywords at all locations of the Marshall University Libraries. The following Library of Congress Subject Headings can be used with the Basic Search by Subject Heading to locate books:
For additional, useful subject headings for your topic, consult the following listings, available in the Reference Collection or online:
You may also want to browse the collection in the following call number areas:
The Library of Congress has develpoed systems of classification for almost every subject know to man. These "classes" or "subject headings" are you roadmap for finding items in the Marshall University Drinko Library.
The subject of journalism is a "sub-class" of a larger class. In this case Class P Language and Literature is the main class with most of the Jouranlism items loacted in subclass PN.
|Journalism. The periodical press, etc.
|Relation to the state. Government and the press. Liberty of the press.
|Technique. Practical journalism
|Magazines and other periodicals
|By region or country
Other subjects such as Broadcasting, Radio, Mass Media may also be beneficial.
|Nonbroadcast video recordings
When researching media and journalism there will be beneficial information in many other areas such as Philogy, Linguistics, Sociology, Technology, or Ethics.
Ex. A keyword search using Ethics and Journalism (will lead you to subjects such as "journalistic ethics")