As our technology has changed, people's habits in the way we communicate have changed too. It's no longer enough to know how to write for a newspaper or magazine. You need to learn how the communication process works, not just which buttons to push. That's the advantage of a communication studies/journalism degree. You not only get the "how to," you explore communication theory. You gain an understanding of persuasion and why the media works the way it does. That knowledge is transferable no matter where technology takes us.
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