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Spring 2022 Journalism J6016 section 008
|Day & Time
305 Journalism Building
||Cory N Schouten|
|Method of Instruction
||Journalism Essentials/Business - 1 credit |
Journalism Essentials/Ethics - 1 credit
- The Business of Journalism will help you to understand the challenges and vicissitudes of this period of historic flux in the journalism industry — not just for your own career development, but because we want you to be partners and innovators in determining new ways to secure the future of journalism.
Journalism Essentials/History - 1 credit
- Journalism Ethics explores the ethical issues that often arise in the practice of journalism, including verification of information, the relationship between personal values and journalistic decisions, issues driven by competition, and the impact of relentless deadline pressure.
Journalism Essentials/Law - 1 credit
- Journalism Essentials: This 7-week module explores the historical development of the values, practices and social roles that cluster around the institution of journalism. In this class, you'll also consider how the press has itself been a significant actor (for better or worse) in politics, war, reform, social movements and other events.
- Journalism Law is designed to acquaint you with the basic protections and restrictions of the law as they apply to the practice of journalism in this global era. You’ll also explore significant court cases and fundamental legal rules in the context of political and historical realities, and journalistic standards and practices, both in the United States and internationally.
||48 students as of 6:21PM Tuesday, June 28, 2022|
||Graduate School of Journalism|
||2nd half; pairs with Sec. 3 Hist|
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