Media in the 21st Century : Obstacles and opportunities for the media to reflect diversity and promote integration
Title: Media in the 21st Century : Obstacles and opportunities for the media to reflect diversity and promote integration
Editor(s): TRIANDAFYLLIDOU, Anna
Citation: Special issue of Journalism Practice, 2013, Vol. 7, No. 3
Series/Number: [Global Governance Programme]; [Cultural Pluralism]; MEDIVA
External link: https://www.eui.eu/DepartmentsAndCentres/RobertSchumanCentre/Research/InstitutionsGovernanceDemocracy/MEDIVA
This themed issue of Journalism Practice addresses the role of the media and their capacity to reflect diversity and promote migrant integration. It investigates at the European level the four main aspects that condition how the media (newspapers, TV and news web sites) represent diversity and may (or not) contribute to migrant integration. These four aspects are: the content of news; the news gathering and news making practices of the media; the recruitment and employment practices of the media; the diversity training and ethical guidelines provided by the media to journalists. The papers included here draw from the research project MEDIVA and cover six member states (Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, the UK).
Table of Contents:
-- Editorial Note, Bob Franklin, 239 -- MIGRANTS AND THE MEDIA IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY : Obstacles and opportunities for the media to reflect diversity and promote integration, Anna Triandafyllidou, 240-247 -- THE REPRESENTATION OF THIRD-COUNTRY NATIONALS IN EUROPEAN NEWS DISCOURSE : Journalistic perceptions and practices, Samuel Bennett, Jessika Ter Wal, Artur Lipinski, Malgorzata Fabiszak & Michal Krzyzanowski, 248-265 -- MIGRANTS AND MEDIA NEWSMAKING PRACTICES, Eda Gemi, Iryna Ulasiuk & Anna Triandafyllidou, 266-281 -- MIGRANT WORKERS IN EUROPE'S MEDIA : Recruitment and employment, Eugenia Markova & Sonia McKay, 282-299 -- WHO NEEDS OR DELIVERS DIVERSITY TRAINING? : The views of European journalists, Neil O'Boyle, Franziska Fehr, Paschal Preston & Jim Rogers, 300-313 -- EDITORIAL PHOTOGRAPHS AND PATTERNS OF PRACTICE, Louise Grayson, 314-328 -- A SUITABLE CASE FOR TRANSPLANT? : The BBC and public service journalism in post-communist Romania, James Stewart, 329-344 -- MAPPING EDUCATIONAL ROLE DIMENSIONS AMONG CHILEAN JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION EDUCATORS, Claudia Mellado & Federico Subervi, 345-361 -- BREAKING NEWS OR BROKEN NEWS? : Reporters and news directors clash on “black hole” live shots, Peter A. Casella, 362-376
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