Indigenous voice: A work-integrated learning case study in journalism education

Stewart, Heather, Meadows, Michael, Bowman, Leo, van Vuuren, Kitty and Mulligan, Pauline (2010) Indigenous voice: A work-integrated learning case study in journalism education. Australian Journalism Review, 32 2: 59-72.

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Author Stewart, Heather
Meadows, Michael
Bowman, Leo
van Vuuren, Kitty
Mulligan, Pauline
Title Indigenous voice: A work-integrated learning case study in journalism education
Journal name Australian Journalism Review
ISSN 0810-2686
Publication date 2010-12-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 32
Issue 2
Start page 59
End page 72
Total pages 14
Place of publication University of South Australia, SA, Australia
Publisher Journalism Education Associacion
Collection year 2011
Language eng
Formatted abstract The continuing stereotypical coverage of Indigenous affairs in the Australian
media suggests that journalists are still fi nding it diffi cult to
come to terms with more effective ways of reporting such issues. The
many hundreds of students who graduate from journalism programs
across Australia represent an opportunity to at least challenge the predominant
methods and strategies. But how prepared are journalism
graduates for working with Indigenous issues? This paper explores the
processes involved in an intensive reporting practice course held at the
University of Queensland mid-2009. The course aimed to raise journalism
students’ awareness of some of the issues involved as well as
enabling them to interact and work with personnel from the Brisbane
Indigenous media community, 98.9 FM, the National Indigenous Radio
Service, SBS and the ABC. The fi ndings suggest that such structured
programs have a signifi cant impact on changing students’ perceptions
of, and approaches to, their role as journalists.
Keyword Indigenous peoples -- Australia
Mass media -- Australia
Journalists
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ

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