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2016-2017 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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CMJ 290 - Journalism History

Readings of and about significant journalists, from the development of the printing press to the present. Ranges from statements on freedom of opinion (Milton, Mill) to classic essayists and contemporary reporters who use a variety of styles in news reports, editorials, articles, and essays. Includes the history of the African American and Native American press, and the development of journalism in radio, television, and cable. Offered fall and winter semesters.

Credits: 3

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