sábado, febrero 20, 2010

El futuro del periodismo: Visiones académicas

Los números más recientes de las revistas Journalism Studies (Vol. 11, No. 4) y Journalism Practice (Vol. 4, No. 3) recogen los mejores papers presentados durante la conferencia sobre el futuro del periodismo que se celebró en la Universidad de Cardiff en septiembre de 2009. Los respectivos índices de contenidos se refieren a continuación. Viene a cuento citar aquí un reciente artículo de la Chronicle of Higher Education americana (‘Academe and the decline of news media’, 15 de noviembre de 2009) en el que se recopilan las opiniones de destacados académicos sobre el ‘declive’ del periodismo.

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Journalism Studies (Vol. 11 - No. 4)
The Future of Journalism Special issue

FOREWORD, by Jay G. Blumler

INTRODUCTION, by Bob Franklin

PLENARY PAPER: The Future of Journalism, by James Curran

ARTICLES

  • The Past is Prologue: How 19th Century journalism might just save 21st Century newspapers, by Debra Reddin van Tuyll
  • Labour, New Media and the Institutional Restructuring of Journalism, by James R Compton and Paul Benedetti
  • From ‘Me’ to ‘We’: The changing construction of popular tabloid journalism, by Martin Conboy and John Steel
  • Rethinking (Again) The Future of Journalism Education, by Donica Mensing
  • The Shifting Cross Media News Landscape, by Kim Schroder and Bent Steeg Larsen
  • Rituals Of Transparency: Evaluating Online news outlets’ use of transparency rituals in the US, UK and Sweden, by Michael Karlsson
  • Journalism in Second Life, by Bonnie Brennen and Erika dela Cerna
  • The Form of Reports on US Newspaper Internet Sites, An update, by Kevin G. Barnhurst
  • The Gradual Disappearance of Foreign News on German Television: Is there a future for global, international, world or foreign news?, by Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen
  • The Future of Newsmagazines, by Carla Rodrigues Cardoso
  • Journalistic Elites in Post Communist Romania: From the heroes of the revolution to media moguls, by Mihai Coman
  • News From and In the ‘Dark Continent’: Afro-pessimism, news flows, global journalism and media regimes, by Arnold de Beer
  • The ‘Crisis’ in Journalism: Is Australia immune?, by Sally Young


Journalism Practice (Vol. 4 - No. 3)
The Future of Journalism Special issue

FOREWORD, by Jay G. Blumler

INTRODUCTION, by Bob Franklin

PLENARY PAPER: The Future of Journalism, by Bettina Peters

ARTICLES

  • From Credibility to Relevance: Towards a sociology of journalism’s “added value”, by Heikki Heikkila, Risto Kunelius and Laura Ruusunoksa
  • Exploring the Political-Economic Factors of Participatory Journalism: Self reports by online journalists in ten countries, by Marina Vujnovic, Jane B. Singer, Steve Paulussen, Ari Heinonen, Zvi Reich, Thorsten Quandt, Alfred Hermida and David Domingo
  • Twittering the News: The emergence of Ambient journalism, by Alfred Hermida
  • Competition, Complimentarity or Integration? The relationship between professional and participatory media, by Christoph Neuberger and Christian Nuernbergk
  • “We’re Going to Crack the World Open”: Wikileaks and the future of investigative reporting, by Lisa Lynch
  • Transparency and the New Ethics of Journalism, by Angela Phillips
  • The Development of Privacy Adjudications by the UK Press Complaints Commission and Their effects on the Future of Journalism, by Chris Frost
  • Letters From The Editor: American Journalists, the Internet and the future of Journalism, by Wendy Weinhold
  • Changes in Australian Newspapers 1959-2006 and Beyond, by Rodney Tiffen
  • The Impact of ‘Citizen Journalism’ on Chinese Media and Society, by Xin Xin
  • Not Really Enough: Foreign donors and journalism training in Ghana, Nigeria and Uganda, by Anya Schiffrin
  • Where Else is the Money? A study of innovation in online business models at Newspapers in Britain’s 66 Cities, by Francois Nel

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