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Christians within Journalism: Applications for People of Faith Entering the Field

@inproceedings{Slothower2008ChristiansWJ,
  title={Christians within Journalism: Applications for People of Faith Entering the Field},
  author={Jen Slothower},
  year={2008}
}
This thesis seeks to provide practical advice for an evangelical Christian entering the field of journalism. Two ways for Christians to work within journalism were examined throughout the research process: one, Christian publications and two, Christian people working at secular publications, which is given the bulk of the attention. Research included various books and articles on journalism, journalism history, and people of faith in various occupations. Marvin Olasky, a leader in Christian… Expand

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