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Teaching Millennials to Engage THE Environment instead of THEIR Environment: A Pedagogical Analysis
Unformatted Document Text:  Journalism Quarterly, 47 (winter 1970): 673-683. 16 Sharon Dunwoody and Byron T. Scott, “Scientists as Mass Media Sources,” Journalism Quarterly 59 (spring 1982): 52-59. 17 Pew Research Center for the People and the Press, 2009. 18 John A. Palen, “A Map for Science Reporters: Science, Technology and Society Studies Concepts in Basic Reporting and Newswriting Textbooks,” The Michigan Academician 26 (summer 1994): 507-519. 19 David Weaver and G. Cleveland Wilhoit, The American Journalist in the 1990s, (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1996). 20 Neil Howe and William Strauss, Millennials Rising: The Next Great Generation (New York: Vintage Books, 2000). 21 Angela Provitera McGlynn, “Teaching Millenials, Our Newest Cultural Cohort,” The Education Digest 71 (December 2005): 12-16. 22 Howe and Strauss, Millennials Rising; Diana Oblinger, “Boomers & Gen-Xers, Millennials: Understanding the ‘New Students,’” EDUCAUSE Review 38 (July/August 2003): 36-47; Sandra Poindexter, “The Case for Holistic Learning,” Change 35 (January/February 2003): 24-31; Claire Raines, “Managing Millennials,” Connecting Generations: The Sourcebook for a New Workplace. (Rochester, NY: Axzo Press, 2002): 171-185. 23 Raines, “Managing Millennials.” 24 Neil Howe, “2003 Presidents Institute: Understanding the Millennial Generation,” The Council of Independent Colleges (winter/spring 2003), http://www.cic.org/publications/independent/online/archive/winterspring2003/PI2003_millennial.ht ml 25 Wes R. Habley, “First-year students: The year 2000,” in Upcraft, M. L., and G. L. Kramer, eds., First-Year Academic Advising: Patterns in the present, pathways to the future (Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for the Freshman Year Experience & Students in Transition, 1995): 3-25; Jane L. Levere, “A Generation Shaped By Digital Media Presents Fresh Marketing Challenges, A Study Finds,” New York Times (January 29, 1999): C3; Ron Zemke, Claire Raines, and Bob Filipczak, Generations at Work: Managing the Clash of Veterans, Boomers, Xers, and Nexters in Your Workplace, (New York: Amacon, AMA Publications, 2000). 26 Scott Carlson, “The Net Generation in the Classroom,” The Chronicle of Higher Education 52:7 (October 7, 2006): A34. 27 Oblinger, “Boomers & Gen-Xers, Millennials: Understanding the ‘New Students;’” John Seely Brown, “Growing Up Digital: How the Web Changes Work, Education, and the Ways People Learn,” CHANGE 32 (March/April 2000): 1-11; Michael J. Weiss, “To Be About To Be,” American Demographics, 25 (September 2003): 28-36; Ron Zemke, “Here Comes the Millennials,” Training, 38 (July 2001): 44-49.

Authors: Stevens, Rick. and Crow, Deserai.
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Journalism Quarterly, 47 (winter 1970): 673-683.
16
 Sharon Dunwoody and Byron T. Scott, “Scientists as Mass Media Sources,” Journalism 
Quarterly 
59 (spring 1982): 52-59.
17
 Pew Research Center for the People and the Press, 2009.
18
 John A. Palen, “A Map for Science Reporters: Science, Technology and Society Studies 
Concepts in Basic Reporting and Newswriting Textbooks,” The Michigan Academician 26 
(summer 1994): 507-519.
19
 David Weaver and G. Cleveland Wilhoit, The American Journalist in the 1990s, (Mahwah, 
NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1996).
20
 Neil Howe and William Strauss, Millennials Rising:  The Next Great Generation (New 
York: Vintage Books, 2000).
21
 Angela Provitera McGlynn, “Teaching Millenials, Our Newest Cultural Cohort,” The 
Education Digest
 71 (December 2005): 12-16.
22
 Howe and Strauss, Millennials Rising; Diana Oblinger, “Boomers & Gen-Xers, Millennials: 
Understanding the ‘New Students,’” EDUCAUSE Review 38 (July/August 2003): 36-47; 
Sandra Poindexter, “The Case for Holistic Learning,” Change 35 (January/February 2003): 
24-31; Claire Raines, “Managing Millennials,” Connecting Generations: The Sourcebook 
for a New Workplace
. (Rochester, NY: Axzo Press, 2002): 171-185.
23
 Raines, “Managing Millennials.”
24
 Neil Howe, “2003 Presidents Institute: Understanding the Millennial Generation,” The 
Council of Independent Colleges
 (winter/spring 2003), 
http://www.cic.org/publications/independent/online/archive/winterspring2003/PI2003_millennial.ht
ml 
25
 Wes R. Habley, “First-year students: The year 2000,” in Upcraft, M. L., and G. L. Kramer, 
eds., First-Year Academic Advising: Patterns in the present, pathways to the future 
(Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for the Freshman 
Year Experience & Students in Transition, 1995): 3-25; Jane L. Levere, “A Generation 
Shaped By Digital Media Presents Fresh Marketing Challenges, A Study Finds,” New York 
Times
 (January 29, 1999): C3; Ron Zemke, Claire Raines, and Bob Filipczak, Generations 
at Work: Managing the Clash of Veterans, Boomers, Xers, and Nexters in Your Workplace

(New York: Amacon, AMA Publications, 2000).
26
 Scott Carlson, “The Net Generation in the Classroom,” The Chronicle of Higher Education 
52:7 (October 7, 2006): A34.
27
 Oblinger, “Boomers & Gen-Xers, Millennials:  Understanding the ‘New Students;’” John 
Seely Brown, “Growing Up Digital: How the Web Changes Work, Education, and the Ways 
People Learn,” CHANGE 32 (March/April 2000): 1-11; Michael J. Weiss, “To Be About To 
Be,” American Demographics, 25 (September 2003): 28-36; Ron Zemke, “Here Comes the 
Millennials,” Training, 38 (July 2001): 44-49.


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