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Journalism education that helps students develop a much deeper understanding of the communities that flourish all around them, from local to global, from place based to interest based, would strengthen the role of journalism as a civic and democratic art more aligned with the genuine needs of today’s diverse publics. While journalism has long recognized a duty to community, this obligation has been complicated by the assumption that journalistic independence requires some separation from the people, institutions, or communities covered by a journalist (Fallows, 1997; Kovach and Rosenstiel, 2001).
This response also contributed to UNESCO agreeing that despite the terms of reference, it would be too reductionist to rank institutions within the list of those ultimately chosen as the potential centers. Second, it seemed taken for granted that excellence in journalism education entailed imparting both knowledge and skill components. How these were integrated, bridged, or aligned was not raised as significant to being a potential center of excellence. The absence of research as part of the criteria mix was not interrogated by the discussants.
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