Makers of the Media Mind: Journalism Educators and their Ideas

Makers of the Media Mind: Journalism Educators and their Ideas

by Wm. David Sloan

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ISBN-13: 9781136691539
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 07/10/2014
Series: Routledge Communication Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 376
File size: 639 KB

Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction: In Search of Itself: A History of Journalism Education. Part I: The Practitioners. J.G. Stovall, Curtis D. MacDougall, Reactionary Liberal. Chilton Bush, the Journalism Professional as Scholar. Hillier Krieghbaum, Combination Journalist/Educator. Roland Wolseley, Educator on General Assignment. Edmund C. Arnold, Guru of Modern Newspaper Design. Part II: The Historians. Wm. D. Sloan, James Melvin Lee and Professional Progress. Willard Bleyer and Propriety. Alfred McClung Lee and Institutional Evolution. Frank Luther Mott and Devotion to the Press. Sidney Kobre and Sociological History. Edwin Emery and Ideological History. Part III: The Philosophers. G. Whitby, L.G. Whitby, Lawrence W. Murphy: Journalism as a Liberal Art. Ralph Casey and Propaganda Analysis. John Drewry and Social Progress. Jay Jensen and Neo-Liberal Thought. John Merrill and Existential Journalism. James Carey and the Cultural Approach. Part IV: The Legists. C. Marler, Fredrick Siebert and the Legal Method. Harold L. Cross and the Right to Know. Frank B. Thayer and Economic Influences. William F. Swindler and the Constitution. J. Edward Gerald and the Political Method. Harold L. Nelson and Historical Continuity. Part V: The Theorists. J.W. Tankard, Wilbur Schramm, Definer of a Field. Malcolm MacLean and "the Iowa Experiment." Donohue, Olien, and Tichenor and the Structural Approach. Steven Chaffee and Jack McLeod: The Wisconsin Collaborators. Maxwell McCombs, Donald Shaw, and Agenda-Setting. Part VI: The Methodologists. D. Avery, Ralph Nafziger and the Methods Schism. William Stephenson and Q-Methodology. Bruce Westley, Eclectic Scholar. Guido Stempel and Newspaper Readership. Percy Tannenbaum and the Social Psychology of Communication. Wayne Danielson and Computer-Assisted Research.

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