Asia Pacific Media Educator
Australian university journalism graduates supposedly “Can’t write, can’t spell and can’t find a story” (Buckell, 2002). And that, we are told is unacceptable to the editors who will decide their professional futures. Which, again supposedly, is why “theory is giving way to workplace readiness” (ibid) in professional media courses.
Recommended CitationMorgan, F., A never ending story: Capabilities for the media professions?, Asia Pacific Media Educator, 12, 2002, 194-202.