REVIEW: Valuable overview of global journalism
Global Journalism Education In the 21st Century: Challenges and Innovations, edited by Robyn S. Goodman and Elanie Steyn. Austin, TX: Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, University of Texas. 2017. 468 pages. ISBN 978-1-58790-388-5
IN THE post-truth, fake news world, journalism education has never been more necessary; not only educators, but journalists and journalism academics are grappling with what to teach, how to teach it, when and where.
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