media by involving industry professionals in the accreditation process. In Canada, the industry has few formal channels through which to express
its needs and priorities, and has to rely on open criticism, a situation that
obviously leaves a great deal to be desired. Meanwhile, the system remains
uncomfortably poised between the traditions of the Ivy League and the
school of hard knocks.
Frank Luther Mott, American Journalism, A History: 1690-1960, 3d ed.
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Edwin Emery and
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Philip Gaunt, Choosing the News: The Profit Factor in News Selection
( Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1990). See chap. 7.
Ron Thornburg, "The Liberal Arts and Sciences," in
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Lee B. Becker, "Enrollments Increase in 1989, but Graduation Rates
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Marvin, "United States," pp. 111-112.
David H. Weaver and
G. Cleveland Wilhoit, "A Profile of JMC Educators: Traits, Attitudes and Values," Journalism Educator 43, no. 2 (Summer 1988), pp. 15-41.
Jerry Ceppos, "Media Professionals as Teachers," in
Education, p. 17.
Maxwell McCombs, "Testing the Myths: A Statistical Review 1967-
1986," Gannett Center Journal 2, no. 2 (Spring 1988), pp. 101-108.
Jeffrey Fruit and
Susan Caudill, with
Sharon Dunwoody and Leonard Tipton, The Training and Hiring of Journalists ( Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1987), p. 12.
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Future Committee ( Columbia: School of Journalism, University of Columbia, MO, 1980).
Warren K. Agee,
Phillip H. Ault and
Edwin Emery, Introduction to Mass
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1991 Journalism Career and Scholarship Guide ( Princeton, NJ: The
Dow Jones Newspaper Fund, Inc., 1990), p. 18.