Mapping Media and Communication Research: Australia
... conceptualisations of communication and media research vary among contexts and countries.
Therefore, meaningful comparisons of research among different countries proves to be a difficult
task. For example, the national media statistics of the countries studied are often based on data
and methods tha ...
1 VITA WILLIAM HOWARD HICKMAN Professor Department
... Hickman, W.H. (2008, September 3). “Candidates should copy British custom of ‘Shadow
Cabinet.’” The Oklahoman, p. 7-A & NewsOK.com.
Hickman, W.H. (2008, May 7). “McCain faces ‘Truman Moment’” The Oklahoman, p. 9-A
Hickman, W.H. (2008, January-August). Participant, UCO Center for Profe ...
Journalism Education in China
... radio and TV broadcasting and communication have also added greatly to the scope
and variety of journalism and communication education in China at this stage.
Ever since 1998, like its booming economy, fast development patterns of
journalism education in China continued in the 21st century. Accordin ...
Dr. Jay Black: Excellence Lecture Paper Spring 2003
... dilemmas, but frames them and challenges us to use individual
decision-making skills on the task at hand. Thus viewed, the discussions of case studies and practice of journalism become more
nuanced and morally enlightened.
Meanwhile, many of the discussions about media performance
post-9/11 , in par ...
Journalism and “The Call to Allah”: Teaching Journalism in
... use in class, and many of these works make explicit the connection between journalism and Islam. One
such book (Daulay, Rifa’I, & Musthofa, 2006), used at UIN Sunan Kalijaga in Yogyakarta and simply titled
Jurnalistik, defines the mission of Islamic journalism as news “with an important meaning” (p. ...
We Media: How audiences are shaping the future of news and
... While there are many ways that the audience
is now participating in the journalistic process,
which we will address in this report, weblogs
have received the most attention from mainstream media in the past year.
Weblogs, or blogs as they are commonly
known, are the most active and surprising form
Building Bridges between Literary Journalism and Alternative
... that provide a working definition for literary journalism, ethnography arguably meets at least half of them.7 First, like literary journalists, ethnographers
undertake immersive, long-term research of their subjects. In addition to
conducting background research and formal interviews and sometimes e ...
Journalism`s Deep Memory: Cold War
... Rewrites, revisits to old events, and commemorative or anniversary journalism all work because they
provide stability at the level of shared meanings, even if the information itself is skewed or wrong. Thus,
when journalists build analogies, comparisons, or yardsticks between seemingly dissimilar ev ...
... represent categories. They are a coding scheme and
have no numerical significance. The main purpose of
nominal data is to allow researchers to tally
respondents in order to understand population
How to Study the History of Journalism? Critical Reflection on the
... journalism studies to the methods of social science, especially behaviorist sociology. This commitment has marginalized historical inquiry because its methods
were “too soft”, “too unreliable” and “unverifiable” and isolated the historians
from the mainstream media and journalism studies. For severa ...
Sweat not melodrama
... Recognizing the difficulties inherent in naming his concept structure of
feeling, Williams searches for a term within the process of consciousness that
describes the ongoing comparison between what is articulated and what is
actually lived. Finding no superior term, Williams creates structure of fee ...
Making use of the U.S. Freedom of Information Act The Approach
... Asking for a single record
Going to a different agency
Going up a management level
Getting details on expenses
Narrowing the request
Planning for redaction
Knowing the law, planning the appeal
Get help from U.S. colleague
Court as a last resort
Online Resources for Chapter 12
... Columbia Journalism Review, Jan. 9, 2009.
Kelly McBride, “Journalists must expose, not perpetuate, bogus news,” poynteronline,
Sept, 3, 2009. In a two-week period, McBride found at least four Internet hoaxes that
could be traced to professiona ...
Information Graphics Design Challenges and Workflow
... media companies to enhance their business processes and value creation activities. This paper
describes research about the influence of infographics production and dissemination on media
companies’ workflow management. Drawing on infographics examples from New York
Times print and online version, th ...
Universal Ethical Standards?
... programs—setting aside much of the controversy involving what was
called the New World Information Order. The following discussion tries to
apply the ethical standards without emphasis on First Amendment protection, necessary if standards are to be global.
Nonetheless, the power and popularity of th ...
How Communication, Culture, and Critique Intersect in the Study of
... ethics, beliefs, and morality can come to the forefront of attention. The culture of journalism
targets how practice, routine, and convention take on meaning internally for and among
journalists and sees journalists as being ‘‘in’’ a culture, viewing them not only as conveyors of
information but al ...
Peer-reviewed Article PDF
... media has taken a new turn in this 21st century — though a large
percentage of print media ownership is still in the private hands while
government clung to monopoly of the broadcast media is gradually
giving way. Notwithstanding, concern from the scholars perspective is
more on the issue of non-pro ...
periodismouclm - Universidad de Castilla
... Correspondent dispatches, interviews, reports, feature and editorial writing, arts criticism.
16314 Broadcast News Writing
Introduction to news writing for broadcast media (radio and television). News, interviews, and
feature reports for radio and television.
16315 Current Topics in Journalism
Revisiting the Blurring Practices Between Editorials and Advertising
... undergraduate marketing students who provide a sophisticated consumer perspective over and
above that provided by the two groups in the original study (advertisers and agencies). Third, the
survey is also extended to smaller advertisers and agencies. An ancillary purpose of this
investigation is to ...
The Moral Justification for Journalism
... our personal well-being and to make sure that we can vote and
perform other "ordinary civic tasks" (Graber, 2003, p. 151). We
might conclude, as political scientist Doris Graber does, that the
news media are doing rather well on these terms, considering that
they are structured primarily around the ...
Study COMMUNICATION Abroad
... Strengthen cross-cultural skills and understand how to work with people,
companies and organizations from other countries and cultures.
- City Research Online
... especially younger ones – often insist their work was accurate. Examining mathematical accuracy in
the press, Maier (2003) found similar evidence that news sources and reporters often disagree about
what constitutes an error, in particular when there is room for interpretation. This might lead to th ...
News Literacy — Jour 110
... Describe graduate increment (Reference guidelines: http://www.umt.edu/facultysenate/Grad/UG.htm)
Fees may be requested only for courses meeting specific conditions determined by the
Board of Regents. Please indicate whether this course will be considered for a fee.
If YES, what is the proposed amou ...
Philanthrojournalism (also known as not-for-profit journalism (NPJ), non-profit journalism or think tank journalism) is the practice of journalism as a non-profit organization. Like all non-profit organizations, NPJs depend on private donations or foundation grants to pay for operational expenses. This branch of journalism is not to be confused with other types of nonprofit news media organizations in the non-investigative field. Although they have existed for decades, the proliferation of the world-wide-web and internet have helped create a booming industry of non-profit investigative centers. Their existence has sparked widespread debate over their ability to remain neutral, especially when their revenue depends on ideologically-skewed funding organizations or donors. In times of a large decline in newspaper revenue and crises in the newspaper industries, other scholars have also argued whether this is, in fact, a sustainable initiative. Still others have claimed their support for philanthrojournalism, and its ability to maintain high quality, and be less constrained by advertisers.Though there is limited research on philanthrojournalistic organizations, a few studies shed some light on their advantages and limitations. Organizations with a national-level scope are more identifiable, as they compare to mainstream commercial news organizations. According to journalism.org, these organizations fall into two main categories: group sites, part of formal families organized by a single funder and associated sites, those that share content but operate independently.