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Journalism as a viable career choice: What guidance counselors are telling students
Unformatted Document Text:  22 References Brown, N. A. (2010). Myth: Newspapers are no longer relevant. American Society of News Editors. Retrieved from elevant.aspx Bureau of Labor Statistics. (2010). Occupation outlook handbook, 2010-2011 edition. Retrieved from: Chen, G. (2010, March 9). Advice from high school counselors: Invaluable or worthless? Public School Review. Retrieved from Dodson, T. (2009). Advocacy and impact: A comparison of administrators' perceptions of the high school counselor role. Professional School Counseling, 12(6), 480-487. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database. Dupagne, M., & Garrison, B. (2006). The meaning and influence of convergence: A qualitative case study of newsroom work at the Tampa News Center. Journalism Studies, 7(2), 237-255. Goldberg, K. (2010). Myth: The Web and digital technologies are killing newspapers. American Society of News Editors. Retrieved from digital_technology_are_killing_newspaper.aspx Gysbers, N. (2004). Comprehensive guidance and counseling programs: The evolution of accountability. Professional School Counseling, 8(1), 1-14. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.

Authors: Rentner, Terry., Oyer, Seth. and Flynn, Mark.
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Brown, N. A. (2010). Myth: Newspapers are no longer relevant. American Society of 
News Editors. Retrieved from
Bureau of Labor Statistics. (2010). Occupation outlook handbook, 2010-2011 edition.  
Retrieved from:
Chen, G. (2010, March 9).  Advice from high school counselors: Invaluable or 
worthless? Public School Review. Retrieved from
Dodson, T. (2009). Advocacy and impact: A comparison of administrators' 
perceptions of the high school counselor role. Professional School Counseling, 
12(6), 480-487. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.
Dupagne, M., & Garrison, B. (2006). The meaning and influence of convergence: A 
qualitative case study of newsroom work at the Tampa News Center. Journalism 
Studies, 7(2), 237-255.
Goldberg, K. (2010).  Myth: The Web and digital technologies are killing newspapers. 
American Society of News Editors. Retrieved from
Gysbers, N. (2004). Comprehensive guidance and counseling programs: The 
evolution of accountability. Professional School Counseling, 8(1), 1-14. Retrieved 
from Academic Search Complete database.

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