A Heretic in American Journalism Education and Research: Malcolm S. MacLean, Jr., Revisited

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Luigi D. Manca, Gail W. Pieper
Stephenson Research Center, University of Missouri-Columbia, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 425 pages
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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. Student and teacher, administrator and newsman -- all will find a treasure of information for discussion. As the editors Luigi Manca and Gail W. Pieper comment in their introductory chapter: "[MacLean] envisioned a new kind of journalist, a heretic, who would facilitate the communication process within society by helping all citizens to be part of public discourse. . . . And we hope a reexamination of MacLean's vision of journalism, his "heresy, " will help initiate long-needed changes in the way teach -- and in the way we do -- journalism.

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Contents

Reminiscences of Malcolm MacLean
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Ralph Beliveau 2000
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Developing Ways of Learning
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Copyright

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