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MPJO-704 Journalism of Conscience
Spring for 2010-2011
Faculty:
  • Jenning, Linda
  • This course focuses on journalism that can make a difference. As a journalist, you have the power to shine a light on people and issues too often lost in the shadows. You will use that power to report and write a substantive article. You will receive intensive feedback through the workshop format. We also will explore how your project could work in a multimedia platform. Assigned reading focuses on the work of writers who give “voice to the voiceless.”
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: MPJO 501 Fundamentals of Reporting & News Writing or equivalent

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    Spring '11: Kramer Jenning, L (file download)
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