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Berry, Barnett; Daughtrey, Alesha; Wieder, Alan – Center for Teaching Quality, 2009
Over the last decade, policy and business leaders have come to know what parents have always known: teachers make the greatest difference to student achievement. With new statistical and analytical methods used by a wide range of researchers, evidence has been mounting that teacher quality can account for a large share of variance in student test…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Teacher Effectiveness, Achievement Gains, Academic Achievement
Jaehnig, Walter B. – 1978
Because modern terrorism threatens democratic values such as personal liberty, free expression, and the limitation of institutional authority, it raises ethical problems for journalists who are drawn into a symbiotic relationship with those who threaten or use violence against a community. Recent terrorist incidents in the United States involving…
Descriptors: Civil Liberties, Democracy, Democratic Values, Ethics
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Caudill, Susan; And Others – Journalism Quarterly, 1987
Analyzes help-wanted advertisements for editorial personnel in "Editor & Publisher" from 1920 to 1980. Indicates that the content of job ads has not changed significantly over the 60-year period and that employers are more concerned with journalism skills than with professional values. (MM)
Descriptors: Content Analysis, Employer Attitudes, Employment Qualifications, Ethics
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Subotnik, Rena F. – Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 1994
This interview with Philip Scheffler, a broadcast journalist and producer at the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), touches on his current job, his entry into television journalism, his high school experience, his family's values, his early educational experiences as a gifted student, the role of mentors, and his advice to aspiring young…
Descriptors: Biographies, Broadcast Journalism, Gifted, Interviews
Kirkhorn, Michael J. – 1981
Virtue in journalism implies a clearsighted expansion of outlook and requires determined attempts to cross boundaries separating the journalist from society, journalist from subject, journalist from journalist, journalist from ideas, journalist from sentiments and feelings, and journalist from "inner abundance." Some of the requirements for the…
Descriptors: Credibility, Integrity, Journalism, News Media
Lichter, S. Robert; Rothman, Stanley – 1982
In this information-saturated society, only a tiny part of the daily barrage of facts and opinions that pour forth from a 100 sources can be received and absorbed. Consequently, individuals must depend on the major media of communication to sift the information and decide what is worthy of being called news. Two hundred-forty journalists and…
Descriptors: Attitude Measures, Beliefs, Demography, Higher Education
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Alysen, Barbara – AsiaPacific MediaEducator, 2001
Notes tertiary study in journalism has been a feature of the education of Australian journalists for decades, yet many industry representatives remain skeptical of its value. Finds applicants for entry-level jobs with a tertiary journalism qualification can expect to secure, on average, at least half the available positions in any cadet or trainee…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Journalism, Journalism Education
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Dennis, Everette E.; McCartney, James – Journal of Environmental Education, 1979
A survey questionnaire was distributed to science writers at metropolitan newspapers in the U.S. Conclusions show science writing at the metropolitan newspaper is a vigorous specialty distinctly different from general reporting. Science writers see science reporting improving both in quality and quantity, with an evaluative, critical approach now…
Descriptors: Communications, Environment, Journalism, Language Skills
Gaudino, James L. – 1988
To determine how to articulate a concrete definition of the substance of the journalist's occupation, this paper offers a propositional framework of news value based on Kurt Lewin's gatekeeper model. First, the paper follows the established suggestion that news decisions are best studied from a gatekeeping perspective or that "news is…
Descriptors: Current Events, Journalism, Mass Media Role, Models
Eveslage, Thomas – Quill and Scroll, 2003
Proposes that student journalists should clarify in writing journalism standards that characterize their publication and the moral reasoning guiding the staff. Contends that responsible journalism also requires a statement of personal values that helps define ethical behavior even when a staff member is not in journalism class or working on the…
Descriptors: Ethics, Guidelines, Scholastic Journalism, Secondary Education
Hixson, Richard F. – Labour Education, 1974
The author outlines his course contents for labour journalists--writing, reporting, editing, photography, and printing--and he stresses the value of distributing labor news to the public at large. (Author)
Descriptors: Communication (Thought Transfer), Journalism, Labor, News Reporting
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Glasser, Theodore L.; Ettema, James S. – Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 1989
Examines how investigative journalists work within the unresolved tension between detached observation and active moral agency. Concludes that investigative journalism may oversee the reinforcement of dominant moral values, but may also preside over the definition and development, as well as the debasement and dissolution, of those values. (MS)
Descriptors: Journalism, Mass Media Effects, Mass Media Role, Media Research
Peerless, Melissa – 1998
A group of senior-level communications professionals who were brought together to discuss strategies for working successfully with student newspapers developed the following recommendations: (1) Some basics: appreciate the educational value of the student newspaper; read the student paper. (2) Establishing a relationship: when editors and…
Descriptors: College Students, Communications, Higher Education, Journalism
Peterson, Jane W. – 1988
A study investigated the extent to which high school journalism teachers, principals, and local newspaper editors in selected Iowa communities have a common understanding of each other and the issues of high school journalism. A questionnaire sent to 187 newspaper editors, high school principals, and journalism teachers was returned by 118…
Descriptors: Editors, High School Students, High Schools, Journalism Education
Izard, Ralph S.; Hesterman, Vicki – 1985
In a study to examine journalistic integrity, two recent surveys answered by a combined total of 1,936 American journalists requested responses to questions as well as to specific hypothetical ethical dilemmas. In Survey A (conducted in 1983), questions were structured to provide information on beliefs and/or news media policy in four categories…
Descriptors: Ethics, Journalism, Moral Values, News Media
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