Tensions of communication education are inherent in its pedagogical goals, professional objectives, contexts of operation and availability of resources. The tensions are exacerbated by the advent of new media, globalisation and imperatives of organisational integration. How will communication education in Asia continue to develop amid these tensions? This article examines several critical approaches to "reinvent" communication education to better fit the changing needs of rapidly developing Asian communities.
Recommended CitationChan, J. M., Whither mass communication education in Asia?, Asia Pacific Media Educator, 1, 1996, 16-27.