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Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
The Journalism Educator
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Shelves: PN 4788 .J63 Memorial Periodicals
The article focuses on the impact of ecology and the environment on journalism education. Environmental concerns have measurably affected curricula, internships, public service programs and professional liaisons in journalism education. Environmentally-related breadth courses are required or primarily, optional in 28 percent of the programs, with about 68 percent of those programs requiring or recommending traditional, natural science-oriented environmental courses, and 45 percent including those with social science orientation, perhaps reflecting the social overtones of environmental problems made salient by the environmental era.
Schoenfeld, Clay and Griffin, Robert J., "Ecology and Environment: They've Been Integrated into J-Education Thinking" (1982). College of Communication Faculty Research and Publications. 214.