4 edition of Pluralizing journalism education found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Carolyn Martindale.|
|Contributions||Martindale, Carolyn, 1938-|
|LC Classifications||PN4785 .P58 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 247 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||92035923|
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This handbook for teachers and practitioners shows how to pluralize the curriculum to encourage diversity, how to recruit and retain journalism students and faculty of color, and how to make college newsrooms and classrooms more multicultural, both in attitude and by: 8.
Pluralizing Journalism Education A Multicultural Handbook. by Carolyn Martindale will help every adviser to achieve his or her goal of promoting multicultural diversity--on the school newspaper staff, in the coverage of school events and issues, and in the pages of the newspaper.
Pluralizing Journalism Education by Carolyn Martindale,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Carolyn Martindale. This book presents the following 24 essays and articles on pluralizing journalism education, with a focus on recruitment, curriculum, and student media: (1) "A Rationale for Pluralizing Journalism Education" (John F.
Greenman); (2) "Philosophical and Economic Arguments for Media Diversity" (Ted Pease); (3) "History of Standard Establishing Requirements for Pluralizing Education" (Robert Cited by: 8. This handbook for teachers and practitioners in communications and multicultural studies shows how to pluralise the curriculum to encourage diversity; how to recruit and retain journalism.
A former newspaper reporter, she is the author of The White Press and Black America (Greenwood, ) and the editor of Pluralizing Journalism Education: A Multicultural Handbook (Greenwood, ). MARY ANN WESTON is Associate Professor at the Medill School of Cited by: A former newspaper reporter, she is the author of The White Press and Black America (Greenwood, ) and the editor of Pluralizing Journalism Education: A Multicultural Handbook (Greenwood, ).
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It is an important component of the checks and balances. The annual analysis of trends in journalism education by the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication reported in that enrollments were down 9 percent between and at the University of Missouri School of Journalism (established in ) until the university boosted financial aid to attract more.
The Philosophical and Economic Arguments forMedia Diversity Pluralizing Journalism Education: AMulticultural Handbook Edward C. Pease, Utah State University. Integrating key ethnic media studies with original research, this book makes a unique contribution to the teaching literature by covering both consumers and producers of ethnic media, as well as the history of ethnic media, its role in ethnic communities, the effect of globalization, and the professional challenges faced by ethnic media journalists.What Education Requirements Do I Need?
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English and journalism programs may teach you to how to articulate and compose Education Field of Study: Journalism, communications, English. Selecting Bias-Free Textbooks for Journalism Courses. In Pluralizing Journalism Education: A Multicultural Handbook, Martindale, C., Westport, Cited by: