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The student journalist: Roles of the scholastic press in the 21st Century
Unformatted Document Text:  Scholastic press roles 25 University Press. English, E., & Hach, C. (1972). Scholastic journalism (5 ed.). Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press. English, E., & Hach, C. (1978). Scholastic journalism (6 ed.). Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press. English, E., Hach, C., & Rolnicki, T. E. (1990). Scholastic journalism (8 ed.). Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press. Freedom Forum. (1994). Death by cheeseburger: high school journalism in the 1990s and beyond. Arlington, VA: Freedom Forum. Gilbert, M. (1932). A standard course of study in high school journalism for the state of Iowa. In F. L. Mott (Ed.), University of Iowa Extension Bulletin: School of Journalism Series No. 3. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa. Harvey, P. C. (1914). Outline of high school journalism: n.p. Holder, W. G. (1935). A survey of high school newspapers, high school journalism courses, and high school journalism teachers. M.A. Thesis, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. Hollis, A. P. (1901). The high-school paper: Its status and its possibilities. The School Review, 9(3), 174-182. Johnsone, J. W. C., Slawski, E. J., & Bowman, W. W. (1972). The professional values of American newsmen. Public Opinion Quarterly, 36(4), 522-540. Lynch, L. (2009). Exploring journalism and the media. Mason, OH: South-Western Cengage Learning. Nelson, J. (1974). Captive Voices: The report of the Commission of Inquiry into High

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Scholastic press roles 
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University Press.
English, E., & Hach, C. (1972). Scholastic journalism (5 ed.). Ames, IA: Iowa State 
University Press.
English, E., & Hach, C. (1978). Scholastic journalism (6 ed.). Ames, IA: Iowa State 
University Press.
English, E., Hach, C., & Rolnicki, T. E. (1990). Scholastic journalism (8 ed.). Ames, IA: 
Iowa State University Press.
Freedom Forum. (1994). Death by cheeseburger: high school journalism in the 1990s 
and beyond. Arlington, VA: Freedom Forum.
Gilbert, M. (1932). A standard course of study in high school journalism for the state of 
Iowa. In F. L. Mott (Ed.), University of Iowa Extension Bulletin: School of 
Journalism Series No. 3. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa.
Harvey, P. C. (1914). Outline of high school journalism: n.p.
Holder, W. G. (1935). A survey of high school newspapers, high school journalism 
courses, and high school journalism teachers. M.A. Thesis, Indiana University, 
Bloomington, IN.   
Hollis, A. P. (1901). The high-school paper: Its status and its possibilities. The School 
Review, 9(3), 174-182. 
Johnsone, J. W. C., Slawski, E. J., & Bowman, W. W. (1972). The professional values of 
American newsmen. Public Opinion Quarterly, 36(4), 522-540. 
Lynch, L. (2009). Exploring journalism and the media. Mason, OH: South-Western 
Cengage Learning.
Nelson, J. (1974). Captive Voices: The report of the Commission of Inquiry into High  


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