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Journalism and Mass Communication (J&MC) education in India has traversed a long way and is yet to find a firm footing in the academic matrix. History apart, there are many issues that concern the educators, professionals and students. These issues range from curriculum design and development to...
In early 2010, the Edith Cowan University (ECU) journalism programme and the Western Australia Police Academy Detective Training School launched a novel collaboration that involved running joint training days, in which a ‘media pack’ of journalism students interview trainee detectives about mock...
Australian journalism schools are full of students who have never met an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island person and who do not know their history. Journalism educators are ill-equipped to redress this imbalance as a large majority are themselves non-Indigenous and many have had little or no...
The social divide in India has percolated to media and also media education. Torn between public and private sector institutions, the marginalized sections of the society have to depend upon government initiatives for access to higher education. The financial affordability is the major barrier...
A university degree was once considered to be the least requisite to become a journalist in India. A sense for news, writing skills and a burning desire for truth were all that mattered. Times changed and so did the face of journalism in India. From a mission during the freedom movement to a...
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