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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54464
Doc. No:TL24418
Call number:‭1451492‬
Main Entry:Shaun Schafer
Title & Author:Teaching Western business journalism in a developing nationShaun Schafer
College:Oklahoma State University
Date:2007
Degree:M.S.
student score:2007
Page No:103
Abstract:Scope and method of study. This case study, based on the experiences of teaching business reporting in Egypt, grew from the experiences of the instructor/author while teaching at Cairo University and Misr International University in Egypt. The study looks at the challenges in terms of culture, technology and language. Findings and conclusions. Teaching overseas in the Middle East/North Africa region presented an opportunity for the instructor to grow as an instructor and to share information in a new context, while being intensely exposed to a different culture. It came with challenges in local languages, customs, and expectations. Distance from home and the nature of being “foreign” added new facets to the instructor’s life and to the presentation of materials in classrooms. This case study details the challenges of teaching Western-style business journalism in the region. The experience provided a road map for instructors traveling to the region and suggestions for future studies. Ultimately, the experience suggested that instructors making repeated trips to one region would enjoy more success than multiple instructors making a single trip to a location.
Subject:Communication and the arts; Education; Bilingual education; Journalism; Curriculum development; 0391:Journalism; 0727:Curriculum development; 0282:Bilingual education
Added Entry:K. Stern
Added Entry:Oklahoma State University