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Calidad Revistas Científicas Españolas
VOL.
15(1)/
2002
Author / Carlos BARRERA Universidad de Navarra
Article /

Abstract /

The Institute of Journalism was created in 1958 thanks to the initiative of Blessed Josemaría Escrivá, Founder and Great Chancellor of the University of Navarra. It was the first Spanish university to offer journalism courses to its students. Thirteen years later, the Government officially recognized communication studies within Spanish universities. This article discusses the origins of the Institute, the milestones in its short history and some of the difficulties encountered. Since its inception, the Institute contributed to an overall improvement in journalistic training and, therefore, to an increase in public respect for jounalism as a profession.

Keywords /

History, journalism education, Spain, University of Navarra.

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