The television industry's criticism of college faculty in the past has centered on the training and education of students for a career in the broadcast field (Roper, 1987). Professionals assert that more training is needed within a broadcast curriculum. Faculty maintain that the industry does not understand what a college education should accomplish . Beyond the questions concerning the skill levels of graduates, however, are issues that surface with any job in any profession. One area rarely discussed in either the classroom or the newsroom is occupational stress.
Vampola, Kathleen A. and Hilt, Michael L., "A Study of TV Personnel's Sources of Occupational Stress and Interest in Worksite Stress Management Techniques" (1996). Communication Faculty Publications. 54.
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