Mechelen, Belgium
3-5 July 2013
00 days until WJEC 2013

Day 2: Paper presentations session 1

 updated List of WJEC paper presentations (23 June)

 

Title Author(s) Keywords
21BIS.BE, a multiplatform delivery learning environment Rumes Tom Multiplatform delivery, 21bis.be, technology, social media, video workflow
A comparative analys of new media skills sought by the media industry and courses offered by journalism and mass communication graduate programs in the United States Rao Sandhya, Lyons Emily Journalism skills, graduate programs, media courses, new media, media industry
An Examination of Curricula in Middle Eastern Journalism Schools In light of Suggested Model Curricula Charles Self, Kalaf Tahat Middle East, Model Curricula, UNESCO, ACEJMC, Standards
Assessment of the effectiveness of the UAE media during the economic crises: applied analytical study AlDhaheri Amina, Alkhajah Mai A. Economic, crisis, UAE, MassMedia, global
Attitudes toward journalism in Kuwait: the educational process of students in an emerging democracy Wayne Wanta, Alkazemi Mariam F., Al Nashmi Eis Kuwait journalism education, Student attitudes toward journalism, Kuwaiti journalism field
Challenges to implementing western-style journalism education in the former Soviet Union: a case study of American University of Central Asia Post-Soviet, Kyrgyzstan, journalism education, curriculum, civil society Skochilo Elena, Freedman Eric, Toralieva Gulnura, Shafer Richard
Checking the facts: the contested core of journalists’ professional ethos Burger Peter, Hamers Monique, Straathof Jos fact checking, news sources, accuracy, churnalism, rhetoric
Citizen journalism: a threat or compliment to journalism education Akinfeleye Ralph (Prof.), Amobi Ifeoma (Dr.), Oloruntoba Sunday (Dr.) Citizen Journalism, Journalism Education, New Communication Technology, Mainstream Journalism, Journalism in Nigeria
Creating culturally-adept journalists: mobility without homogenization Wenger Deb, Cokley John, Wenger Mitchell, McBride Jessica Journalism, employment, skills, mobility, education
Educating journalists as agents of social change Burkhardt Steffen Journalism Education, Agents of Social Change, advocacy, human rights, globalization
Entrepreneurial journalism Education Mensing Donica Entrepreneurial, Innovation, Civic, Change, Curriculum
Evaluating the Nero Project Simons Michel, Hille van der Kaa, Schmetz Wiel Innovation, education at the workplace, cross media
Experience of realization of the course of multimedia journalism Arbatskaya Elena reforming journalism education, universal journalist, media convergence
Freedom of expression and journalism: a case-study from the Netherlands Snel Johan Freedom of Expression, Media, Religion, Netherlands
Global village? What global village? How to engage journalism students from rural America in world news Yin Jiafei Student interest, world news, globalization
Globalization in the education of international journalists: the Russian Perspective Litvinenko Anna, Puyu Anatoly International journalism, education, Russia, foreign correspondents, globalization
Hacks ans hackers in the classroom: facilitating communication and collaborative data journalism projects between journalism and web development students Knight Megan Anne Data journalism, collaborative teaching, teaching technology, hacks and hackers
How journalists in Macedonia view journalism education in the country Spasovska Katerina Journalism, Education, Macedonia, professionalism, curriculum
Imitation or innovation A study of how journalist interns are socialised to idea presentation at morning meetings. Rimestad Lene, Gravengaard Gitte Ideation, newsroom study, interns, socialisation, conversation analysis
Implementation of the Bologna Process in the Russian journalism education: challenges and perspectives Gromova Ludmila Bologna Process, Russia, structural transformation of education, balance between practice and theory
Infusing global learning in the journalism/mass communication curriculum: a case study Patwardhan Padmini, Sarow Marilyn, Stuart Bonnye Global learning, curriculum, intercultural, cross-cultural, critical thinking
Innovations in journalism: new challenges and opportunities for journalism education Uskali Turo Innovation, journalism, innovations in journalism, journalism education, international course
Journalism and databases: current experiences that signal the future of the profession Moreira Sonia Virginia, Grandin Felipe Journalism, Journalism education, Databases, Public interest, Brazil
Journalism education and national qualifications frameworks: look into the future Rizun Volodymyr National qualifications frameworks, Ukrainian professional and qualification standards, Multimedia Journalism, a new approach to educational process, organization of competency-based education
Journalism Education: Challenges to Universities & Training Institutions-A Perspective from India Sanjay B.P. Journalism Education, India, Ethics, Professionalism, Training
Journalism ethics in pastoral communication perspective: the case of the Philippine press Esguerra Christian Philippines, Pastoral Communication, Cardinal Virtues, Media Corruption, Journalism Ethics
Journalism students profile and their perceptions of journalism education in Brazil: a comparative analysis of local and national scenarios Pereira Fábio Henrique, Moura Dione Oliveira, Pires Karoline Marques, Lima Ana Paula Souza Journalism Education, Students' profile, Socialization, Survey, Brazil
Journalism students without borders Grusha Anastasia Russia, students' mobility, international cooperation
Journalism we don’t teach at journalism school Bakker Piet journalistic roles, aggregation, moderation, community management, content management
Journalists’ intertwining relationship with their sources: a need for more negotiating skills at schools of journalism De Haan Yael, Harmen Groenhart, Ad van Liempt, Niek Hietbrink, Bert Matenboer, Anouk Kragtwijk, Erik Wolters, Freek Diephuis, Tijmen de Groen, Jimmy Leenders, Arjanne Aleman Negotiation, politics, elections, qualitative research, negotiation skills
Learning professional reflexivity through public journalism Ahva Laura civic journalism, participatory news projects, public journalism, professional roles, reflexivity
Narrative Journalism for News Media in the Developing World? A Reflection for Academia and Industry Opiniano, Asst. Prof. Jeremaiah, Beltran, Mr. Bjorn Biel Valcos, Ms. Mary Lane Mitchell Yap, Ms. Patrishia Anne University of Santo Tomas (Philippines Narrative journalism, News industry, Reporting, The Philippines, Journalism in developing countries
New Competences for the Future Journalists: Russian JE meets Industrial Demand Mensing Donica Entrepreneurial, Innovation, Civic, Change, Curriculum
No Journalism for Old Men [cancelled] Jirák Jan journalism, journalism education, transformation, post-communist countries, new media
Paradise or Poverty: Environmental Journalism in Jamaica and Nepal Goodman R. / Burch E. Environmental Journalism, Nepal, Jamaica, Framing
Political Parallelism in the journalistic representation of Islam. Development of a methodology with case-studies from Flanders. Mertens Stefan islam, content analysis, political parallelism, journalism culture, discourse analysis
Pop-Up Newsroom: How Student Journalists Responded to Reporting for a Temporary, Virtual News Outlet Wall Melissa citizen journalism, Twitter, participatory ,mobile
Post-war Economic Development and the Birth of Business Journalism in the Philippines Salvosa Felipe II economic development, business journalism, Philippines, journalism history, economic reporting
Renewal or reluctance? How journalism programs in higher education deal with a changing media market – results of a long term study Harnischmacher Michael journalism education, survey, new media
Reporting Health in Europe: situation and needs [cancelled] Veloudaki Afroditi, Zota Dina, Petralias Athanassios, Spyridis Ioannis, Linos Athena
Reporting Obesity: how ethical is news coverage of this global health problem? Using reflective practice and journalism ethics to inform new approaches to obesity news Bonfiglioli Catriona Journalism, Obesity, Ethics
Reporting refugees: a case study in interdisciplinary research-led experiential learning Posetti Julie, Powles Jonathan Reporting refugees, asylum seekers, Australia
Saving Journalism in Turkey: Reporting the Unreported Gecer Ekmel Journalism in Turkey; sociology of news; news media, news sources and news production; press freedoms
Students teaching in the community: Building employability, social sustainability and ‘journalism as process’ Baines David, Li Tingting Community journalism; social sustainability; employability
Teaching Journalism: The obstacles and plans for preparing competent human resources at universities in Bangladesh Ullah Mohammad Sahid Journalism Teaching, Journalism profession, University level education, Human resources, Bangladesh,
Teaching journalistic research skills in the digital age: between traditional routines and advanced tools. Diekerhof Els Research skills, digital skills, reliability, newsgathering, curriculum update
The need for training students of journalism in reporting research Wien Charlotte Science communication, reporting of research, cooperation with researchers
The Role of Intercultural Communication in Media Education Kolosova Alevtina, Poplavskaya Nataliya Intercultural communication, media education, cultural intelligence
The Wentegate or the rise of citizens as fifth estate and spontaneous media co-regulators Bernier Marc-François Ethics, media regulation, journalism, citizens
Transformation of journalism education and training curricula in post-1994 South Africa: the challenges Dube Bevelyn, Rabe Lizette Curricula, education and training, journalism, South Africa, Transformation
Transformation of Professional Education to Journalism Research and Education Section-From Critical Pedagogical Theory to Meaning-Based Practice Saleh Ibrahim PhD Journalism Research and Education, Professional Journalism, participatory development, critical pedagogical, Regional Inclusion
Which Education for Which Journalism under Which Circumstances? Recent empirical data and historical backgrounds from Austria Hummel Roman, Kirchhoff Susanne, Prandner Dimitri Education, Professionalization, Journalistic Field, External Regulation, Bourdieu