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Journalism & Mass Communications

Resources for Journalism & Mass Communications

Finding Books

Browse Books

Journalism and mass communications books may be found in Branson Library or Zuhl Library. All books in the NMSU Library are organized by Library of Congress call number. Use the call number/location chart to the left of this box if you'd like to browse books in a subject area.

Call Number


Subject Area


P 87 - 96   


Communication & Mass Media


P 93.5


Visual Communication


HF 5801 - 6182




HM 263


Public Relations


PN 4699 - 5650


Journalism and the Periodical Press


PN 1990 - 1992




TR 1 - 1050




Subject Headings 

Use the NMSU Library catalog to learn about books and other materials in a particular subject area. Listed below are sample journalism and mass communications subject headings.



Journalists Biography

American Newspapers West (U.S.) History


Journalists United States

Broadcast Journalism


Mass Media United States History

Community Newspapers


News Agencies

Copy editing


Newspaper Publishing




Ethnic Press


Online Journalism

Feature Stories



Foreign News



Freedom of the Press



Freelance Journalism


Press and Politics United States

Interviewing in Journalism


Press and Propaganda

Investigative Reporting


Public Relations



Reporters and Reporting

Journalism Editing



Journalism History


Visual Communication

Journalism New Mexico History



Journalism Objectivity



Journalism Political Aspects



Journalism Social Aspects



Journalism United States History



Journalistic Ethics




Reference Books

Reference Books - Reference books are always there for you if you need to look up something--they can't be checked out. Unless otherwise noted, these and other reference books are shelved in the Reference Collection at Zuhl Library, on the 1st floor.