These are unpublished reflective papers written by educators in the School of Journalism and Media Studies.
Journalism ethics scholarship in recent years has been marked by various attempts to bridge the gaps between journalists and their audiences, between media institutions and citizens, and between journalists across different cultural settings.
The impact of alternative approaches to journalistic production on students’ notions of ‘professionalism’ and other aspects of journalistic identity in a praxis-based service learning course.
A group of teenagers crowd together in a hall in Fingo Village, Grahamstown. They listen with rapt attention as one of them shares his anger at being short-changed in terms of his own future – teachers are absent for two out of every six school periods, compromising his chances of education.
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