European Journalism Education

Edited by Georgios Terzis

Edited by Georgios Terzis

Distributed for Intellect Ltd

539 pages | 7 x 9 | © 2009
Cloth $78.50 ISBN: 9781841502359 Published February 2010

This book is the first comprehensive directory of the journalism education and training offered in thirty-three European countries. The volume, organized by country, discusses the history of journalism education and includes an analysis of all the current university programs and training provided by private media and professional organizations in each location. In addition, each section includes a thorough examination of the historical, political, economic and social framework of journalism in each country that looks towards the future of journalism education and media in Europe. European Journalism Education will be an asset to scholars of international communication studies and to media policy makers around the world.

Contents

Foreword

Hugh Stephenson

 

Introduction

European Journalism Education in a Mess Media World

Georgios Terzis

 

Part I: The North Atlantic/Liberal Media Model Countries

 

Introduction

Michael Bromley

 

The Republic of Ireland Journalism Education Landscape

Colum Kenny

 

The United Kingdom Journalism Education Landscape

Michael Bromely

 

Part II: The Northern European/Democratic Corporatist Media Model Countries

 

Introduction

Lennart Weibull

 

The Austrian Journalism Education Landscape

Johanna Dorer, Gerit Götzenbrucker and Roman Hummel

 

The Belgian Journalism Education Landscape

Nico Carpentier and François Heinderyckx

 

The Danish Journalism Education Landscape

Kim Minke

 

The Finnish Journalism Education Landscape

Raimo Salokangas

 

The German Journalism Education Landscape

Romy Fröhlich and Christina Holtz-Bacha

 

The Icelandic Journalism Education Landscape

Birgir Guðmundsson

 

The Luxembourgian Journalism Education Landscape

Mario Hirsch

 

The Netherlands Journalism Education Landscape

Gabriëlla Meerbach

 

The Norwegian Journalism Education Landscape

Gunn Bjørnsen, Jan Fredrik Hovden and Rune Ottosen

 

The Swedish Journalism Education Landscape

Marina Ghersetti and Lennart Weibull

 

The Swiss Journalism Education Landscape

Thomas Hanitzsch and Annette Müller

 

Part III: The Mediterranean/Polarized Pluralist Media Model Countries

Introduction

Stylianos Papathanossopoulos

 

The Cypriot Journalism Education Landscape

Greek Cypriot: Nayia Roussou

Turkish Cypriot: Bekir Azgir and Mashoed Bailie

 

The French Journalism Education Landscape

Jacques Le Bohec

 

The Greek Journalism Education Landscape

Thomas Siomos

 

The Italian Journalism Education Landscape

Angelo Agostini

 

The Maltese Journalism Education Landscape

Joseph Borg

 

The Portuguese Journalism Education Landscape

Manuel Pinto and Sandra Marinho

 

The Spanish Journalism Education Landscape

Ramón Salaverría and Carlos Barrera

 

The Turkish Journalism Education Landscape

L. Doğan Tiliç

 

Part IV: The Eastern European/Post-Communist Media Model Countries

 

Introduction

Karol Jakubowicz

 

The Bulgarian Journalism Education Landscape

Manuela Manliherova, Minka Zlateva and Theodora Petrova

 

The Croatian Journalism Education Landscape

Nada Zgrabljić Rotar and Djurdja Vrljević Šarić      

 

The Czech Journalism Education Landscape

Jan Jirák and Barbara Köpplová

 

The Estonian Journalism Education Landscape

Epp Lauk

 

The F.Y.R.O. Macedonia Journalism Education Landscape

Dona Kolar-Panov and Jana Ivanovska

 

The Hungarian Journalism Education Landscape

Péter Bajomi-Lázár

 

The Latvian Journalism Education Landscape

Elita Plokste

 

The Lithuanian Journalism Education Landscape

Auksė Balčytiene, Audronė Nugaraitė and Kristina Juraitė

 

The Polish Journalism Education Landscape

Lucyna Szot

 

The Romanian Journalism Education Landscape

Alexandru-Brandut Ulmanu

 

The Slovakian Journalism Education Landscape

Jozef Vatrál

 

The Slovenian Journalism Education Landscape

Marko Milosavljevic

 

Conclusion

Soul-searching at the Crossroads of European Journalism Education

Kaarle Nordenstreng

 

Epilogue

Back into the Future? Re-inventing Journalism Education in the Age of Globalization

Jan Servaes

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