Issue 3.2 Index

Journalism Education issue 3-2 the fifth issue of Journalism Education, the journal of the Association for Journalism Education, a body representing educators in HE in the UK and Ireland. The aim of the journal is to promote and develop analysis and under- standing of journalism education and of journalism, particularly when that is related to journalism education.

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The intolerant other: representations of the racist in The Sun Newspaper by
Alec Charles, University of Chester

The Coding Challenge: An Exploration of the Increasing Role of Computing
Skills in Journalism Education by Angela Long, Dublin Institute of Technology

Journalism Skills and Work-Based Learning Claire Wolfe, University of Worcester

Work Placement Learning by Hazel Barrett, Liverpool John Moores University

Professional Perspectives: Placing Lived Experience at the Heart of Journalism Education by Karen Fowler-Watt, Bournemouth University

Exploring Experiential Learning Through Blogging by Mercy Ette and Ruth Stoker, Huddersfield University

Creating Specialist Careers Advice for Journalism Students: Tailoring the Message to Suit the Media by Liz Miller University, St Mark and St John Plymouth

Comment and criticism
The night Big Tom died: teaching students to use personal experiences by Ken Pratt, University of West of Scotland

Hack Attack: How the Truth caught up with Rupert Murdoch by Nick Davies, Reviewed by David Baines of Newcastle University;

When Google Met Wikileaks by Julian Assange, review by Michael Foley of Dublin Institute of Technology;

The Oxford Dictionary of Journalism by Tony Harcup, reveiw by Tor Clark of De Montfort University;

News Writing by Anna McKane review by Gary Hudson of Staffordshire University;

The Tiger That Isn’t – Seeing Through a World of Numbers by Michael Blastland and Andrew Dilnot, review by David Haywood, Coventry University