Emergent Journalism

Reports from the front line of journalism instruction

3 thoughts on “Journalism education and democratic practice (redux)

  1. Thanks for expressing this so well, Jack. I’m glad to have discovered your blog!

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  2. Reblogged this on Is Journalism Over? and commented:
    I was at a wonderful, free-ranging discussion last week at the Kettering Foundation in Dayton, Ohio, of the role of journalism and journalists in fostering democracy. This blog entry by another participant (and they were all terrific – I felt honored to be there) sums it up really well. We’re not talking about reforming Congress or any of the other institutions of democracy. We’re talking about encouraging people working together to solve community problems. That’s a whole different thing, and much more achievable. Read on to learn more:

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  3. Thanks, Carrie. Enjoyed seeing you again as well, and looking forward to the online work and the next discussion round.

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