Journalism Studies

Journalism Studies: Representative

The Journalism section representative's aim is fourfold. Firstly, to generate an overview of, and a communication platform for, young scholars examining journalism media. So please, do get in touch in you have relevant info on upcoming conferences, thematic books, useful websites etc. 'Journalism media' are approached in the broadest sense (print, tv/radio broadcasting, online) and from a variety of angles (production, content, reception) and perspectices (regulatory/ethical, professional/technological, political/cultural, economic/commercial, cultural/educational).

Journalism Studies: Useful Links

Social Network site on JOURNALISM RESEARCH

http://onlinejournalismresearch.ning.com/

Short Film Experience – ECREA PhilCom Conference

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May 2nd 2014, Leiden NL. Affiliated to the section Philosophy of Communication and the Young Scholars Network of ECREA.  Hosted by LISFE (Leiden International Short Film Experience). Organized in collaboration with LUCAS (Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society, Leiden University). Participating papers will be eligible for publication in ‘Empedocles: Journal for the Philosophy of Communication’.
 

Job Vacancy: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Research Officer

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Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Research Officer
Grade 7: £29,541-£36,298 per annum pro rata. 

International PhD Master class ‘Engaging journalism’s future’ with Prof. Barbie ZELIZER

 
International PhD Master class ‘Engaging journalism’s future’ with Prof. Barbie ZELIZER 
Wednesday 8 May 2013 
Free University Brussels (VUB) 
Submission deadline: 4 March 2013 
 
On Wednesday 8 May 2013 Prof. Barbie Zelizer will give a master class at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. The master class consists of a short lecture by Prof. Zelizer and a workshop where Prof. Zelizer and a second respondent will give feedback on and discuss PhD students’ research. 

Journalism Studies: Representative

Hi everyone,
My name is Juliette De Maeyer and I'm the new representative for the Journalism Studies section.
I’m currently finishing my PhD in Brussels (ULB, Dep. of Information and Communication) and my research interests revolve around —from very broad to slightly specific— online journalism, the materiality of newsmaking and the role of hyperlinks in online news production.
I’m glad to be part of YECREA and I’m looking forward to working with you all.

PhD scholarships at Brunel, UK, for film, tv, digital studies etc

Five fee-waiver bursaries are being offered for PhD applicants in the School of Arts at Brunel University, London. They are available on a competitive basis to anyone with a successful proposal for study in any of the subjects covered by the school, which includes film and TV studies, digital games and journalism (as well other subjects such as English, drama and music). The waivers will cover fees for three years, reviewed annually.

CFP conference: The European Public Sphere: from critical thinking to responsible action

The Conference is organized by the International and Intercultural Communication Section of ECREA (IIC), supported by ECREA (European Communication Research and Education Association), by ECREA Sections on Journalism Studies and Communication Law & Policy and by the Committee of the Regions.

Survey on journalists as gatekeepers and what makes a good debate

Please distribute and participate in this survey for an LSE postgrad project.

This is a short survey that aims to understand what people consider important in good public debates as they are conducted through the media, but also face-to-face. It is interested in the kind of qualities a public debate should have in a democracy: https://www.survey.bris.ac.uk/lsewebsite/debate

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