JRN 457

Politics, Causes, and Culture in a Changing Media Landscape

Beena Sarwar

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You have strong beliefs — and you want to be a journalist. Is there a conflict between advocacy and good journalism? How do these issues play out in today’s changing media landscape? Seminar participants will work out ethical issues, their own responsibility as journalists, individuals, and members of a global community, while working rigorously on their own reporting, self-editing, and non-fiction writing abilities. Students will also explore multi-media and digital options as outlets for their work.

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