Issue 10 (2001)
The relationship between tertiary-level journalism courses and media employers is lively but not always cordial. Questions are regularly raised by both sides about whether journalism courses are relevant to the media industry and what employment outcomes students can expect from enrolling in journalism programs. Industry and educational figures frequently engage in debates about the appropriate balance between theoretical and vocational content in journalism courses, whether the graduates should aim to be generalists or specialists, and the degree and range of competence that students should have achieved at graduation.
-Angela Romano & Eric Loo
Sustainable news: A profile of journalists who tell the story of Asia's environment
B. Massey and S. Ramanathan
Book review: The Research Student’s Guide to Success