Curricular Change and Citizen-Centered Journalism

Becker, Lee B. (2016). Curricular Change and Citizen-Centered Journalism: An Examination of Eight University Initiatives. Kettering Foundation Working Paper [2016:4] September 15, 2016.

Abstract: This report examines eight journalism programs at universities in the United States that have made efforts to change their curricula to embrace citizens in a new way. As such, they are at least to some extent critical of what has been done in the past. And they are suggestive of what might be done in the future. The report ends with 10 observations and conclusions about the findings from the programs studied.

Lee B. Becker 

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