Journalism Education in Europe and North America: An International Comparison
Romy Fröhlich, Christina Holtz-Bacha
Hampton Press, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 349 pages
This work takes stock of the different ways that lead into journalism in Europe and in North America at a moment when much change is taking place in the media systems and in journalism education. This lays the ground for further analyses and comparisons of the way journalists are trained.
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