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Principles of Journalism
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Instructors Sandra Fish – lectures Recitations: Morgan Heim Alex Ingersoll Yu Miao Valerie Gleaton Heather Mierzejewski
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Goals of the class The role of journalism in a democracy How news is defined, and how journalists cover the news in print, broadcast and electronic media Best journalistic practices Truth telling
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Journalistic ethics Trends in print, broadcast and electronic journalism, including media convergence How business concerns impact the practice of journalism Emerging new sources of news, such as blogs, cellular phones, etc.
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Class format Two lectures and a recitation each week Readings in textbooks and on CULearn Check CU e-mail, announcements made to that list
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Learning is up to you We are merely guides, not reciters of facts to be regurgitated Many questions will be raised, we’ll all work together to come up with answers This course is aimed at preparing you for an SJMC major, as well as to be a responsible producer/consumer of news
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  • Fall '07
  • FISH,SANDR
  • journalism, Best journalistic practices, Media studies News, Check CU e-mail, ethics group study/presentation

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