The Training and Hiring of Journalists

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The book examines the system used to produce professional communicators in the United States, compares the system to that of other countries, and examines the impact of the system on the field of mass communications. In addition, it explores the personnel practices of media organizations and shows the interface between those practices and the educational programs that produce the journalism and mass communication students.

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