As we enter an era driven by technology and "new media," we are all searching for the journalism of the next millennium. Part of this emerging "new journalism" must have a strong intercultural dimension suited to the global forces shaping a world moving toward increased interdependence and interconnectedness. Yet intercultural journalism has barely appeared on the journalism education scene. This article describes the author's experience with the cultural dynamics of teaching journalism in China, Romania and Finland and efforts to incorporate the experience into the American journalism classroom.
Recommended CitationStarck, K., Influences of a 'Third culture' of journalism education, Asia Pacific Media Educator, 4, 1998, 50-59.