Teaching Journalism by Adhering to Unchanging Standards

Day, Nancy
March 1999
Nieman Reports;Spring99, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p14
Narrates the author's experiences as a journalism teacher. Career background of the author; Qualities of young journalists as compared to veteran journalists; Memories of the author as a journalism student.


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