A pilot study of postgraduate journalism students in Dublin and Amman compared professional outlooks and social characteristics of students in both contexts and examined institutional settings.
The study finds that journalism students in both cities have very similar views on the profession, although the responses of the students from Amman indicated they are somewhat more activist in their outlook than their Irish counterparts and a bit less interested in being “neutral” or “objective.” The findings suggest several correspondences with prior research.
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