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The use of popular film in the secondary journalism class
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, Truman State University, United States

Truman State University . Awarded

Abstract

Extending the research into popular film use in high school classrooms, the present study investigated the possible uses of popular film in the high school journalism classroom. The study was designed to establish connections between 3 popular films and 3 goals of the Journalism Education Association. The connections demonstrated the potential for students to become more media literate through investigation and discussion of the films. Finally, the study proposes potential guidelines for popular film use in the high school journalism classroom.

Citation

Klug, J.H. The use of popular film in the secondary journalism class. Master's thesis, Truman State University. Retrieved December 17, 2018 from .

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