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ERIC Number: ED133024
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977
Reference Count: 0
The Role and Function of the California Journalism Articulation Committee; Summary Report of Research Findings.
A study was conducted to identify problem areas in journalism curriculum and programming which had been considered in previous years by the California Journalism Articulation Committee, a body composed of journalism faculty from two- and four-year colleges, and to identify current problem areas, both nationally and in California, for future consideration and action. Four areas of concern were identified as a result of a literature review, a study of the Articulation Conference of California, and a three-round Delphi study completed by 20 participants. These were: (1) curriculum coordination and change; (2) credit-unit transfer problems; (3) communication between institutions; and (4) acceptance of the certification process, and adaptation of the California Journalism Articulation Committee certification plan to both two- and four-year colleges. Problem areas identified through the various sources are presented in checklist style. Appended are data and comments resulting from the Delphi portion of the study. (JDS)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Journalism Association of Community Colleges, CA.
Note: Summary of Ed.D. Dissertation, Nova University