Free eBook A Heretic in American Journalism Education and Research: Malcolm S. Maclean, Jr., Revisited download
by Luigi Manca,Gail W. Pieper
Author: Luigi Manca,Gail W. Pieper
Publisher: Univ of Missouri Stephenson (January 15, 2001)
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Journalism educations historical origins, intellectual tradition and media constituency have directed the field away from what could be a more lively engagement with the liberal arts, which are accepted in principle at least b. .
Journalism educations historical origins, intellectual tradition and media constituency have directed the field away from what could be a more lively engagement with the liberal arts, which are accepted in principle at least by academy and industry as a valuable foundation for professional journalism education.
A Heretic in American. In the past quarter of a century, journalism education, communication theory, and "newswork" have all changed markedly. This book reexamines MacLean's ideas in light of these changes.
Luigi D. Manca, Gail W. Pieper This book reexamines MacLean's ideas in light of these changes. Pieper. Student and teacher, administrator and newsman - all will find a treasure of information for discussion.
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Malcolm S. MacLean, J. Revisited. There's no description for this book yet. Published January 15, 2001 by Ave Maria Press.
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Hanno Hardt is John F. Murray Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication and professor of communication studies at the University of Iowa and professor of communication at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Библиографические данные.