This course offers advanced study in journalism through explorations of the nexus between theory and practice. Through a variety of assigned and self-directed learning tasks, students will develop and use advanced research, interviewing and writing skills to prepare work targeted at specific audiences. Students will develop advanced problem-solving skills and a solid understanding of ethical issues pertinent to journalism.
- Trimester 2 - 2016 (Singapore)
- Semester 2 - 2016
1. Develop knowledge and understanding of the role of journalism in society.
2. Develop writing, communication and research skills appropriate to journalism.
3. Develop skills in critical reflection on professional practice.
4. Develop an understanding of the nexus between theoretical perspectives surrounding journalism and the daily practice of journalism.
5. Develop an understanding of ethical issues associated with issues pertaining to representation
The course will examine:
- Professional writing and research skills appropriate to journalism targeted at a specific audience.
- Skills on critical reflection on professional practice
- Communication skills
- Knowledge and understanding of the role of journalism in society
60 units at 2000 level including CMNS2280.
Presentation: Assessment 1 - Parts 1 and 2 Presentation Seminar/Reporting
Journal: Assessment 2 - Electronic Journal (Blog form)
Project: Major Assessment: Work of Journalism
Face to Face On Campus 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term