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Dr. Matt J. Duffy serves as an assistant professor in the School of Communication and Media at Kennesaw State University in Georgia, USA. He enjoys teaching the art of good journalism, a noble profession and powerful tool for social change. Duffy worked as a journalist for several news outlets including the Boston Herald and the Marietta Daily Journal. He now teaches journalism and media law.
Duffy's research focuses on international approaches to media law. Wolters Kluwer will publish the second edition of his"Media Laws in the United Arab Emirates" in 2016. He has published more than a dozen academic articles and writes occasionally for niche publications. Duffy enjoyed a visit to Pakistan in May 2016 as part of the Fulbright Scholar program from the US State Department. Since 2012, Duffy has served on the board of the Arab-United States Association for Communication Educators, an organization that aims to improve journalism in the Middle East. He also owns Oxford Editing that he started in 2007.

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The best used bookstore in Maine

posted on July 22, 2009 at 12:03 pm

Here’s the best used bookstore in Maine, and believe me there are quite a few. I’ve been to the ones in Bath, Boothbay, and Rockland — and they’re all pretty good — but this one in Damariscotta tops them all. It’s called SKIDOMPHA Second Hand Bookshop. The odd name comes from an acronym of the founding members of the library to which its attached, according to the Web site.

The bookstore features a wide assortment of quality books, including many older out-of-print works. SKIDOMPHA is the kind of place where you just want to hang out all day and read the book jackets and first few pages. Best of all, the prices aren’t outrageous because it’s run as a charity for the library — all the books are donated. I walked out with a book on Confucius, Herman Hesse’s “Journey to the East,” a Hegel reader, and “The Transcendent Unity of World Religions” by Frithjof Schuon. I’d never heard of the latter but had to buy it because of the laudatory introduction. I nearly purchased a 10-volume set of Emerson’s complete works (for $20!), but reason returned to me at the last minute. I finally just walked out, worried that I’d never stop finding interesting titles.

Check out SKIDOMPHA Second Hand Books if you’re in the area. You won’t be disappointed.

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  • buy cheap books online on 30 July 2012

    Now so many online websites are also available to purchase book on reasonable rates. Even you would also always find some wonderful discount on the books..

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