By Jorian Lewke
Description: Theories about the future of the newspaper and magazine industry
Chapter 3: Newspapers Chapter 4: Magazines
Quiz Question: If journalism itself isn’t broken, what is?
Answer: The business model
About JRLewkeTo me, photographer is a strong word. I guess you could call me a picture taker, moment capturer or whatever else, but not photographer. I'm a high school student that has a passion for helping others and my community. I'm on a search for self preservation in this messed up amazing world, a search for everything that is to be found. I'm a writer, a pseudo therapist, advocate, volunteer, activist, student, daughter, and friend. This started out as a 365 day project, and that lasted throughout summer. When I started school again, it became much more difficult to get one everyday. I post when I can and will probably begin doing one everyday again in summer. Peace!
Hi, I'm Farideh Dada, a journalism instructor at De Anza College in Cupertino, Calif., and at San Jose City College. This site is designed to showcase the work of my students. A little about me: I have been teaching journalism since 2007. I also have taught nearby at Menlo College in Atherton. My education began in my native Iran, in the capital city of Tehran. An alum of the Chips Quinn Scholars program, I graduated from San Jose State and a few other places. I am a former newspaper reporter and editor. I'm a peace-loving Iranian-American-World Citizen with much love for the profession of journalism and for the students who represent its future.