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The student journalist: Roles of the scholastic press in the 21st Century
Unformatted Document Text:  Scholastic press roles 24 References Adams, J., & Stratton, K. (1963). Press time: High school journalism. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc. Ashby, N. M. (1927). The status and purpose of representative high school journalism courses. M.A. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Campbell, L. R. (1942, October). Early student publications. School Activities, 52. Campbell, L. R. (1944). A principal's guide to high school journalism: Quill & Scroll Foundation. Christians, C. G., Glasser, T. L., McQuail, D., Nordenstreng, K., & White, R. A. (2009). Normative theories of the media: Journalism in democratic societies. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press. Dillon, C. (1918). Journalism for high schools: A guide-book for students in conducting the school paper, and in preparing themselves for newspaper work as a profession. New York: Lloyd Adams Noble. Dvorak, J., Lain, L. B., & Dickson, T. V. (1994). Journalism kids do better: What research tells us about high school journalism. Bloomington, IN: ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading, English, and Communication. English, E. (1939). Exercises in journalism. Ames, IA: Collegiate Press. English, E., & Hach, C. (1950). Scholastic journalism (1 ed.). Ames, IA: Iowa State College Press. English, E., & Hach, C. (1957). Scholastic journalism (2 ed.). Ames, IA: Iowa State College Press. English, E., & Hach, C. (1962). Scholastic journalism (3 ed.). Ames, IA: Iowa State

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Scholastic press roles 
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References
Adams, J., & Stratton, K. (1963). Press time: High school journalism. Englewood Cliffs, 
NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc.
Ashby, N. M. (1927). The status and purpose of representative high school journalism 
courses. M.A. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.   
Campbell, L. R. (1942, October). Early student publications. School Activities, 52.
Campbell, L. R. (1944). A principal's guide to high school journalism: Quill & Scroll 
Foundation.
Christians, C. G., Glasser, T. L., McQuail, D., Nordenstreng, K., & White, R. A. (2009). 
Normative theories of the media: Journalism in democratic societies. Urbana, IL: 
University of Illinois Press.
Dillon, C. (1918). Journalism for high schools: A guide-book for students in conducting 
the school paper, and in preparing themselves for newspaper work as a 
profession. New York: Lloyd Adams Noble.
Dvorak, J., Lain, L. B., & Dickson, T. V. (1994). Journalism kids do better: What 
research tells us about high school journalism. Bloomington, IN: ERIC 
Clearinghouse on Reading, English, and Communication.
English, E. (1939). Exercises in journalism. Ames, IA: Collegiate Press.
English, E., & Hach, C. (1950). Scholastic journalism (1 ed.). Ames, IA: Iowa State 
College Press.
English, E., & Hach, C. (1957). Scholastic journalism (2 ed.). Ames, IA: Iowa State 
College Press.
English, E., & Hach, C. (1962). Scholastic journalism (3 ed.). Ames, IA: Iowa State 


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