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How j-schools miss the mark. You have to tell your students the truth about the truth of journalism.

A couple of university-based student newspaper article show that j-school students are not being prepared for the reality of the present situation of a dead profession, let alone the future. 1,503 more words

Alleged Journalism

On breaking the journalism monopoly: Confronting rot from root to leaf.

When I was teaching Write to Publish at Sheridan College circa 2004, I was still actively working as a journalist, and was now writing Don’t Believe It! 1,018 more words

Alleged Journalism

Student guest post: How to navigate the crucial writer-editor relationship

Students in MEJO 557, Advanced Editing, are writing guest posts for this site this semester. This is the seventh of those posts. Adam Phan is a UNC-Chapel Hill student studying journalism with a minor in art history. 833 more words

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Learning from the Durham VOICE

For nearly 10 years, the Durham VOICE has covered the northeast-central area of Durham, North Carolina.

The VOICE is a student-produced publication and a collaboration between UNC-Chapel Hill and N.C. 130 more words

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Making the case for a discipline [Book Review from Australian Journalism Review]

By MARK PEARSON Follow @Journlaw

There has been much debate over many years about the place of journalism education in the academy,  whether journalism is even a ‘discipline’ on a par with others, and whether a journalism methodology should be considered ‘academic’ research. 1,572 more words

Student guest post: The Daily Tar Heel celebrates 125 years, but it needs your help for 125 more

Students in MEJO 557, Advanced Editing, are writing guest posts for this site this semester. This is the sixth of those posts. Ana Irizarry is a senior studying journalism and political science. 704 more words

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Q&A with Liz Bell, reporter at EdNC

Liz Bell is a reporter at EdNC, covering K-12 education and policy across North Carolina. In this interview, conducted by email, Bell discusses her work, her beat and her experience at the journalism school at UNC-Chapel Hill. 822 more words

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