Introduction to Journalism

Leland K. Wood, Introduction To Journalism, Spring 2018

Course Description:

This course is intended to provide a basic survey of American journalism. It is designed to provide the beginnings of an historical, theoretical and ethical framework for those who wish to pursue a journalism career and for those whose role will be limited to consuming news. It is intended to provide an understanding of American journalism to develop a critical eye. A significant portion of the course will be taught in a history context outside readings.

Required Texts:

Four Theories of the Press by Fred S. Seibert et al

Syllabus: 

Leland K. Wood, Introduction To Journalism, Spring 2017

Course Description:

A course designed to provide both philosophical and historical foundations for consumers of mass media and those wishing to practice journalism. Provides an overview of American journalism—its underlying philosophies, history, theories, functions, and ethics.

Required Texts:

Four Theories of the Press by Fred S. Seibert et al

Syllabus: 

Leland K. Wood, Introduction To Journalism, Fall 2016

Course Description:

A course designed to provide both philosophical and historical foundations for consumers of mass media and those wishing to practice journalism. Provides an overview of American journalism—its underlying philosophies, history, theories, functions, and ethics.

Required Texts:

Four Theories of the Press by Fred S. Seibert et al

Syllabus: 

Leland K. Wood, Introduction To Journalism, Fall 2015

Course Description:

A course designed to provide both philosophical and historical foundations for consumers of mass media and those wishing to practice journalism. Provides an overview of American journalism—its underlying philosophies, history, theories, functions, and ethics.

Required Texts:

Four Theories of the Press by Seibert et al.

Syllabus: 

Leland K. Wood, Introduction To Journalism, Spring 2015

Course Description:

A course designed to provide both philosophical and historical foundations for consumers of mass media and those wishing to practice journalism. Provides an overview of American journalism—its underlying philosophies, history, theories, functions, and ethics.

Required Texts:

Syllabus: 

Leland K. Wood, Introduction To Journalism, Spring 2011

Course Description:

A course designed to provide both philosophical and historical foundations for consumers of mass media and those wishing to practice journalism. Provides an overview of American journalism—its underlying philosophies, history, theories, functions, and ethics.

Required Texts:

-Four Theories of the Press by Seibert et al

Syllabus: 

Leland K. Wood, Introduction To Journalism, Spring 2013

Course Description:

A course designed to provide both philosophical and historical foundations for consumers of mass media and those wishing to practice journalism. Provides an overview of American journalism—its underlying philosophies, history, theories, functions, and ethics.

Required Texts:

-Four Theories of the Press by Seibert et al

Syllabus: 

Leland K. Wood, Introduction To Journalism, Spring 2014

Course Description:

A course designed to provide both philosophical and historical foundations for consumers of mass media and those wishing to practice journalism. Provides an overview of American journalism—its underlying philosophies, history, theories, functions, and ethics.

Required Texts:

Four Theories of the Press by Seibert et al.

Syllabus: 

Leland K. Wood, Introduction to Journalism, Fall 2013

Course Description:

A course designed to provide both philosophical and historical foundations for consumers of mass media and those wishing to practice journalism. Provides an overview of American journalism—its underlying philosophies, history, theories, functions, and ethics.

Required Texts:

Four Theories of the Press by Seibert et al.

Syllabus: 
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