AEJMC Resources: Reports

Report and Recommendations of the Task Force on AEJMC in the Global Century
By the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Media education is changing. New media technologies, shifting media business models and the evolution of International Information Networks are reshaping media practices worldwide. Most countries now consider media essential to society. They have expanded teaching and research about media. They have created new public and private schools of media education. They have produced growing numbers of media teachers and scholars. They are dealing with soaring growth in student enrollments. See the Report (PDF)


Report of the Task Force on the Status and Future
of Doctoral Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Seventeen scholar-teachers representing a broad cross-section of AEJMC-affiliated programs worked on this project, which resulted in two presentations at the AEJMC national convention, in 2004 and 2005, and now, this final report.  See the Report (PDF).


Diversity Report

Assessing Efforts and Policies Related to the Recruitment and Retention of Minority Faculty at Accredited and Non-Accredited Journalism and Mass Communication Programs. See the Report (PDF). See Diversity Report Appendixes (PDF).


Journalism and Mass Communication Education: 2001 and Beyond


Articles published by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in March 2001.
Copyright 2001.

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