AGCJ

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AGCJAgricultural Communications and Journalism (Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University)
AGCJAssociation for the Geological Collaboration in Japan
AGCJArizona Grand Canyon Juniors (Volleyball)
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Billy McKim is an assistant professor of Agricultural Communications and Journalism in Texas A&M University's Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications.
However, many agricultural communications and journalism students know little about AAEA.
RQ1: How do minority students within the predominantly White agricultural communications and journalism program at a southern, PWI, land grant describe themselves?
RQ2: What are the experiences of minority students within the predominantly White agricultural communications and journalism program at a southern, PWI, land grant?
RQ3: What are the perceptions of minority students of the predominantly White agricultural communications and journalism program at a southern, PWI, land grant?
A list of the minority students enrolled in the agricultural communications and journalism program at this southern, PWI, land grant was obtained from one of the agricultural communications and journalism advisers.
Two of the researchers, one white female and one black male, are professors within the department, one of whom teaches within the agricultural communications and journalism program.
Choosing Agricultural Communications and Journalism
The students' reasons for choosing agricultural communications and journalism as a major fell into two categories.
The students were asked to imagine themselves sitting at a desk in one of their typical agricultural communications and journalism classrooms.
The second research question guiding this study was, "What are the experiences of minority students within the predominantly White agricultural communications and journalism program at a southern, PWI, land grant?" Many of the students interviewed simply do not see race, in themselves, in the classroom setting, or in the program.
When asked about two different organizations, ACT and MANRRS, only one of the students (an active member) had ever heard of the minority organization and this organization had taken out a full-page advertisement on the back cover of the magazine produced by students in the agricultural communications and journalism program.
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