What Should Be Taught in Journalism Schools?

Mencher, Melvin
December 2002
Nieman Reports;Winter2002, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p102
Provides information on the changes in the teaching approach of journalism education in the U.S. Assessment of Lee Bollinger, president of the Columbia University in New York City on journalism skills training; Example of journalism programs offered in several state universities; Distinction between journalism and communication education.


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