Marsha Barber is an Associate Professor and Director of the Broadcast Journalism program at Ryerson University. She is an award-winning documentary maker and trains journalists internationally.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Cross-Cultural Education in Cambodia: Reaching Across the Divide

This research addresses the need to understand how Western trainers are meeting the needs of the journalists they are training in Cambodia.

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The Faces Behind the Scenes: Demographics and Attitudes of News Decision-Makers in Canada

The first survey of journalistic decision-makers in Canadian broadcasting reveals that they do not reflect the demographics of the multicultural communities they serve, although they share key attitudes.

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Reassessing Pedagogy in a Fast Forward Age

The lecture continues to be the foundation of many university courses. However, research suggests that it may be ineffectual. This paper explores students' learning preferences.

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Not All Cut from the Same Cloth: Learning Styles and Curriculum Delivery in Higher Education

This study addresses university students’ learning styles, and the implications for curriculum design.

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Not Seen, Not Heard: Gender Representation on Canadian Television News during the Leadup to the 2011 Federal Election

This paper explores gender representation on the main television networks, during the crucial period leading up to the 2011 Canadian federal election.

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Balancing the Books: The Impact of University Students’ Outside Employment on Academic Performance and Emotional Well-Being

This study addresses the issue of how university students’ employment during the semester affects their lives. Students report that grades suffer and stress rises when combining academics and paid work.

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Published online: February 10, 2015

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