Understanding the backgrounds to find the form of expression: the relationship between education and history with regard to the teaching of journalism in the great lakes of Africa
If they want to create a real sense of development, the decision-makers, the initiators, must be able to communicate effectively. And people are sensitive to their history, near or far. It is therefore necessary that communicators can draw on works of critical history so that people feel concerned, so that they commit themselves to their much-needed progress.
The teaching of African history is therefore the stumbling block for the teaching of journalists. It is only in this way that one can understand and explain often very complex political and economic situations, and know how to communicate them to the general public; because that is ultimately the mission of the journalist.
The chapter of this study bases its thought by the explanation of the failures of the preceding methods.