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Fordham Conversations: Training New World Journalists in a...

Fordham Conversations: Training New World Journalists in a Conventional Society
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What its like to teach journalism in one of the wealthiest yet conservative countries

Qatar is considered one of the wealthiest countries in the world and traditionally one of the most conservative. Yet western culture is beginning to influence younger generations, especially when it comes to news.  

Dr. Everette Dennis is helping train the next generation of journalist in the rapidly changing field of cross-platform media.

He is Dean and CEO of Northwestern University in Qatar. Dr. Dennis is also former chair of the Communication and Media Management Department at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Business.

On this week’s Fordham Conversations we discuss teaching journalism in a conservative country.  We also discuss an NU-Q study on entertainment consumption habits in the Middle East, including the popularity of Hollywood content and its perceived morality – or lack thereof.