European Journalism Education by Georgios Terzis

By Georgios Terzis

This book is the 1st finished listing of the journalism schooling and coaching provided in thirty-three eu international locations. the quantity, prepared by means of kingdom, discusses the background of journalism schooling and comprises an research of the entire present college courses and coaching supplied by way of inner most media companies in every one situation. moreover, every one part incorporates a thorough exam of the old, political, fiscal and social framework of journalism in every one kingdom that appears in the direction of the way forward for journalism schooling and media in Europe. European Journalism Education should be an asset to students of overseas conversation stories and to media coverage makers round the world.

Show description

Read Online or Download European Journalism Education PDF

Similar journalism books

The Gutenberg Galaxy

The Gutenberg Galaxy catapulted Marshall McLuhan to repute as a media theorist and, in time, a new media prognosticator. Fifty years after its preliminary ebook, this landmark textual content is extra major than ever earlier than.

Readers can be surprised by way of McLuhan’s prescience, unrivaled by means of a person in view that, predicting as he did the dramatic technological ideas that experience essentially replaced how we converse. The Gutenberg Galaxy foresaw the networked, compressed ‘global village’ that may emerge within the late-twentieth and twenty-first centuries — regardless of having been written while black-and-white tv used to be ubiquitous.

This re-creation of The Gutenberg Galaxy celebrates either the centennial of McLuhan’s start and the fifty-year anniversary of the book’s ebook. a brand new inside layout updates The Gutenberg Galaxy for twenty-first-century readers, whereas honouring the leading edge, avant-garde spirit of the unique. This version additionally contains new introductory essays that light up McLuhan’s lasting impact on various scholarly fields and pop culture.

A must-read if you happen to inhabit today’s international village, The Gutenberg Galaxy is an vital highway map for our evolving verbal exchange landscape.

Journalism and Democracy: An Evaluation of the Political Public Sphere

The general public sphere is related to be in main issue. Dumbing down, tabloidisation, infotainment and spin are imagined to contaminate it, adversely affecting the standard of political journalism and of democracy itself. there's a pervasive pessimism in regards to the courting among the media and democracy, and frequent main issue for the way forward for the political strategy.

Sports Guys: Insights, Highlights and Hoo-hahs From Your Favorite Sports Authorities

It really is not going the Midwest will ever see a extra eminent band of activities men. they're invoice Grigsby, Joe McGuff, Len Dawson, Don Fortune and Harold Ensley.

Gender, Citizenship and Newspapers: Historical and Transnational Perspectives

The gendered nature of the connection among the clicking and emergence of cultural citizenship from the 1860s to the Thirties is explored via unique information and insightful comparisons among India, Britain and France during this built-in method of women's illustration in newspapers, their function as information resources and their expert task.

Extra info for European Journalism Education

Example text

34 The Republic of Ireland Journalism Education Landscape Colum Kenny Introduction D uring the last 40 years, in the Republic of Ireland, third-level education in general has developed at an unprecedented rate. Its development has included the creation of journalism courses. Previously, journalists had received their professional education almost entirely ‘on the job’, while employed as researchers or as trainee or junior journalists. If they had a degree it was likely to be in an area of the humanities such as English, history, law or economics.

Second, growing numbers of those graduates were enrolled in dedicated journalism programmes and, third, most of these courses of study were located in higher education institutions (Frith and Meech 2007: 138). In 1970, none of these factors applied (Sanders et al. 2008: 135). As recently as 1980, they were only rarely applicable. 1 This was the model established following the report of the Royal Commission on the Press (1947–49). The Commission criticized journalism as a ‘ramshackle’ occupation with few, if any, discernible and enforceable standards (Bromley 1997: 333; O’Malley 1997: 150–1).

These appeared to conform to the diffusion of the ‘news paradigm’ (based on the event, news values, the interview, the inverted pyramid narrative structure and objectivity) from the United States and, later, Britain, beginning in the nineteenth century (Høyer and Pöttker 2005: 7). 29 European Journalism Education The characteristics of the liberal model are well enough known: the Fourth Estate with its ideal of the separation of journalism from political partisanship (Høyer 2005: 75–6), the watchdog role (McNair 2005: 37), objectivity (Hanitzsch 2008: 419) and reporting (Chalaby 1996).

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.15 of 5 – based on 46 votes