Journalism Education Issue 5.1 out now

Journalism Education Issue 5.1 out now

Paul Mihailidis of Emerson College, Boston and Stephanie Craft of University of Illinois in the USA edited this special issue of the AJE journal, Journalism Education. The theme is exploring news literacy & preparing future journalists. You can find details about how to contribute to the next issue of the journal here. Invited Essays The very old and very new challenge of news literacy - Stephanie Craft,University of Illinois Why - and how - news publishers worldwide help with news literacy - Aralynn McMane, World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers Ever had someone say, ‘I’ll know it when I see it’? - Wendy Wallace, Poynter Institute How do they keep all this stuff straight? Mark Baldwin, Executive Editor, Rockford Register Star and the Journal Standard Articles I. Critical Perspectives The struggle over news literacy: can we include political economic contexts in the emerging field of news literacy? - Seth Ashley, Boise State University Re-thinking news, re-thinking news literacy: a user-centred perspective on information - Katherine G. Fry, Brooklyn...
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