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Guo, Lei; Volz, Yong – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2021
Journalistic competency is a constitutive element of professional values and practices in journalism. But what constitutes journalistic competency in today's ever-changing media landscape? Existing literature lacks theoretical and empirical understandings of journalistic competency, especially in broadcasting. Drawing on Cheetham and Chivers's…
Descriptors: Competence, Occupational Information, Definitions, Journalism
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Mohammadi, Samira; Ramezankhani, Ali; Montazeri, Ali; Nasrollahi, Akbar; Keshavarz Mohammadi, Nastaran – Health Education, 2021
Purpose: Health-related issues are widely covered in news agencies by medical and health journalists. The quantity, format and quality of their coverage influence the general public as well as policymakers and professions. Current studies and observations suggest that news agencies are more dominated by medical topics (disease, symptoms,…
Descriptors: Journalism, Health Promotion, Public Health, Diseases
Bennett, Rosemary – Higher Education Policy Institute, 2021
In this HEPI debate paper on the media and higher education, Rosemary Bennett provides a commentary on the interaction of the two sectors and proposes ideas on how universities might best engage with journalists to promote themselves and their research. [Foreword by Adam Tickell.]
Descriptors: Journalism, News Media, Universities, Public Relations
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Garrett, H. James; Schmeichel, Mardi; McAnulty, Joseph; Janis, Sonia – Pedagogies: An International Journal, 2021
Our research explores and elaborates the ways pre-service teachers come to know and begin conceptualizing ways of teaching about news media. We report on what we interpret as their understandings and, perhaps more importantly, their misunderstandings of media literacy as they relate to their emerging ideas about what it means to teach others about…
Descriptors: News Media, Journalism, Political Issues, Social Problems
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Castillo, Elise; La Londe, Priya Goel; Owens, Stephen; Scott, Janelle; DeBray, Elizabeth; Lubienski, Christopher – Urban Education, 2021
A growing body of research investigates how intermediary organizations (IOs) and their networks navigate, promote, and produce evidence on social media. To date, scholars have underexplored blogs, an important milieu in which IOs produce and disseminate information. In this analysis, we broaden the emerging scholarship on evidence brokering by…
Descriptors: Social Media, Evidence, Charter Schools, Electronic Publishing
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Cancino, Marco; Silva, Javier; Gatica, Francisca – MEXTESOL Journal, 2021
It is well documented in the cognitive literature that visual stimuli create strong memory connections (Shapiro & Waters, 2005). In L2 research, mnemonic devices have been found to be a relevant factor in the development of vocabulary learning (Sagarra & Alba, 2006). However, the extent to which visual cues are needed in the association of…
Descriptors: Mnemonics, Cues, Rote Learning, Vocabulary Development
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Öztunc, Mustafa; Pierre, Marc-Henry – Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology - TOJET, 2021
Media freedom and independence are the pillars of a given democratic society. Since the media makes up the bridge between the political authority and the public opinion, its independence is crucial for the survival of democracy. However, the history of the media has always been paved with obstacles of different kinds. This paper examines the…
Descriptors: Mass Media, Freedom, Barriers, Democracy
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Gómez-García, Salvador; Paz-Rebollo, María-Antonia; Cabeza-San-Deogracias, José – Comunicar: Media Education Research Journal, 2021
The refugee crisis has been a fertile ground for hate speech that has portrayed migrants as a dangerous threat and has been spread through social networks. While the media have unconsciously contributed to the proliferation of these racist messages, some have reacted by extending their traditional journalistic activity to the creation of newsgames…
Descriptors: Refugees, Immigrants, Antisocial Behavior, Social Networks
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Choi, Heekyung – Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies, 2021
This study examines how English has penetrated the Korean language by analyzing Anglicisms in weekly news magazine articles, with special reference to translation as a mode of language contact. For this purpose, it conducts a diachronic quantitative analysis of the occurrence of Anglicisms by compiling and utilizing corpora consisting of…
Descriptors: Diachronic Linguistics, Computational Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Korean
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Afzal, Naeem; Jabeen, Ismat; Hameed, Ansa; Sheikh, Adnan Rashid – Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies, 2021
Persuasion in media discourses produces certain meanings and mobilizes public attitudes in a set direction. Logical appeals, for instance, are created to gather public support for a particular viewpoint, which propagates a specific cause. This paper critically investigates the newspaper's use of persuasion strategies employed by editorial writers…
Descriptors: Persuasive Discourse, Arabs, Social Change, Conflict
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Freedman, Eric – Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 2021
Despite major ecological challenges and a pluralistic, partly free press system, news organizations in the Republic of Georgia generally provide little environmental coverage to their audiences. Interviews with journalists, media experts, and eco-NGO leaders identified four major reasons for the sparsity of coverage: shortcomings of journalists…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, News Reporting, Environment, Barriers
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Somani, Indira S.; Tyree, Tia C. M. – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2021
In this study, 23 African American broadcast journalists, who graduated from college between 1994 and 2014, were interviewed about their experiences working in network television news, specifically the role their mentor played to help their professional success. Mentors largely provided both vocational and psychosocial support, but were…
Descriptors: African Americans, Journalism, Television, News Reporting
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Kabir, Ariful Haq – Journal of Education Policy, 2021
The concept 'network governance' has become widespread and is often believed to occur in a Western environment. Is network governance applicable to other contexts and what can we learn from it in Bangladeshi context? This paper outlines how the idea of 'network governance' emerged and how it operates in a neoliberal higher education…
Descriptors: Governance, Strategic Planning, Higher Education, Content Analysis
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Jarvis, Jason; Pixley, Tara – Communication Teacher, 2021
Courses: Digital Storytelling, Community Journalism. Objectives: This course is designed to introduce students to basic concepts in digital storytelling and community journalism. "Immersed in urban oil" is an interdisciplinary project-based, community-engaged course focused on documenting the historical and contemporary oil…
Descriptors: Fuels, Story Telling, Information Technology, Teaching Methods
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Oechler, Christopher C. – Hispania, 2021
On the eighth of October, 1622, Lope de Vega finished "La nueva victoria de don Gonzalo de Córdoba." This "comedia" recounts a Spanish victory in the Battle of Fleurus, one of several military triumphs that encouraged hope and excitement during the early years of Philip IV's reign. The battle had occurred in late August of…
Descriptors: History, Spanish Literature, War, Drama
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