Mit genauer Beschreibung aller Ausbildungswege Deutschland · Österreich · Schweiz
Author: Gabriele Hooffacker,Klaus Meier
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Wie wird man heute Journalist? Wo und in welchen Funktionen arbeiten Journalisten? Wie verändern die neuen Medien den Journalistenberuf? Wo kann man Journalismus lernen? Wie findet man Kontakt zu einer Redaktion? Wie recherchiert man eine Story? Kann der Journalist objektiv informieren? Wie schreibt man eine Nachricht? Was sind die Besonderheiten von Bericht, Reportage, Interview, analysierendem Beitrag und Feature sowie von Kommentar, Glosse und Rezension? Auf diese Fragen gibt die neu bearbeitete 20. Auflage erprobte und bewährte Antworten, aber auch Auskünfte über den neuesten Stand journalistischer Arbeitstechniken und Ausbildungsmöglichkeiten. Vor dem Hintergrund des digitalen Journalismus wurde das Kapitel zum Thema Recht völlig neu gefasst. Aufwändig recherchiert und überarbeitet wurden die Wege in den Journalismus, insbesondere die immer wichtiger werdenden Studiengänge an Hochschulen.
Das "Handbuch für Freie Journalisten" ist Einführung und Überblick: Es analysiert die Medien mit Blick auf den Einsatz freier Mitarbeiter, es zeigt Mechanismen und Risiken, es präsentiert Anforderungen und Strategien für ein journalistisches (Über-)Leben in Selbständigkeit. Es eignet sich sowohl für Einsteiger, die wissen wollen, wo es lang geht in die Selbständigkeit, als auch für Profis, die ihre Berufskenntnisse aktualisieren und verbessern wollen.
Eine qualitative Befragung von Mitgliedern des Journalistennetzwerks Weltreporter
Author: Tim Kukral
Publisher: Herbert von Halem Verlag
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Auf eigene Faust in der Ferne: Freie Auslandskorrespondenten berichten aus Bagdad oder Brüssel für deutsche Medien. Im Vergleich zu ihren festangestellten Kollegen haben die „Freien“ eher den Blick und die Zeit für Geschichten, die abseits liegen von den starren Themenplänen der Redaktionen in der Heimat. Aber (wie) kann man davon leben? Wie sieht der Alltag der freien Korrespondenten aus? Und wie sind sie überhaupt zu diesem Beruf gekommen? Durch eine qualitative Befragung von Mitgliedern des renommierten Journalistennetzwerks Weltreporter liefert dieser Band erstmals umfangreiche Erkenntnisse über die Arbeit der freien Auslandskorrespondenten. Auch die Zustände in den unterschiedlichen Berichtsgebieten werden behandelt. Motivation und Selbstverständnis, die Haltung zu PR und nicht zuletzt die Auswirkungen des Berufs auf das Privatleben der Befragten - die Veröffentlichung behandelt alle Fragen, die für freie Auslandskorrespondenten von Bedeutung sind. Die Befunde stehen nicht isoliert. Durch eine Einbettung in den aktuellen Forschungsstand und vor dem Hintergrund der Medienkrise wird deutlich, was eine weitere Prekarisierung der freien Korrespondenten für die Qualität der Auslandsberichterstattung bedeuten würde: einen globalen Informationsfluss, in dem Einordnung und Hintergrund eine immer kleinere Rolle spielen.
Wie kommen Sie zum Radio? Was müssen Sie lernen und können um beim modernen Radio Erfolg zu haben? "Radio-Journalismus" sagt Ihnen, was Sie brauchen und zeigt Ihnen, wie es geht. Das Standard Lehrbuch für die Radio-Ausbildung führt mit handfesten Anleitungen in die gesamte Radio-Praxis ein. Es beschreibt alle Ausbildungsmöglichkeiten und bringt praktische Tipps für Hospitanz, Praktikum und Volontariat beim Radio. Die Autoren sind selbst erfolgreche Radio-Macher. Viele unterrichten außerdem an Journalistenschulen, Universitäten und sonstigen Ausbildungseinrichtungen.
Author: Peter Lee-Wright,Angela Phillips,Tamara Witschge
Category: Performing Arts
Journalism is in transition. Irrevocable decisions are being made, often based on flimsy evidence, which could change not only the future of journalism, but also the future of democracy. This book, based on extensive research, provides the opportunity to reflect upon these decisions and considers how journalism could change for the better and for the good of democracy. It covers: the business landscape work and employment the regulatory framework audiences and interaction the impact of technology on practices and content ethics in a converged world The book analyses research in both national and local journalism, broadcast, newspaper and online journalism, broadsheet and tabloid, drawing comparisons between the different outlets in the field of news journalism, making this essential reading for scholars and students of journalism and media studies.
In many U.S. news organizations, international coverage is accorded minimal importance. The conventional wisdom seems to be that international reporting costs too much and does too little to win and keep an audience, and thus only sensational or government-highlighted incidents are reported. But does this meet standards of professional responsibility? Philip Seib says no. This provocative book argues that not only do U.S. news media have the duty to cover international events that affect the interests of the public and the government, but they also should 'shake awake the world's conscience' by bringing more attention to international conflict and suffering in hopes of spurring humanitarian action or intervention to help those in need."
How Sharing in the Digital Age Improves the Way We Work and Live
Author: Jeff Jarvis
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Technology & Engineering
A visionary and optimistic thinker examines the tension between privacy and publicness that is transforming how we form communities, create identities, do business, and live our lives. Thanks to the internet, we now live—more and more—in public. More than 750 million people (and half of all Americans) use Facebook, where we share a billion times a day. The collective voice of Twitter echoes instantly 100 million times daily, from Tahrir Square to the Mall of America, on subjects that range from democratic reform to unfolding natural disasters to celebrity gossip. New tools let us share our photos, videos, purchases, knowledge, friendships, locations, and lives. Yet change brings fear, and many people—nostalgic for a more homogeneous mass culture and provoked by well-meaning advocates for privacy—despair that the internet and how we share there is making us dumber, crasser, distracted, and vulnerable to threats of all kinds. But not Jeff Jarvis. In this shibboleth-destroying book, Public Parts argues persuasively and personally that the internet and our new sense of publicness are, in fact, doing the opposite. Jarvis travels back in time to show the amazing parallels of fear and resistance that met the advent of other innovations such as the camera and the printing press. The internet, he argues, will change business, society, and life as profoundly as Gutenberg’s invention, shifting power from old institutions to us all. Based on extensive interviews, Public Parts introduces us to the men and women building a new industry based on sharing. Some of them have become household names—Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Google’s Eric Schmidt, and Twitter’s Evan Williams. Others may soon be recognized as the industrialists, philosophers, and designers of our future. Jarvis explores the promising ways in which the internet and publicness allow us to collaborate, think, ways—how we manufacture and market, buy and sell, organize and govern, teach and learn. He also examines the necessity as well as the limits of privacy in an effort to understand and thus protect it. This new and open era has already profoundly disrupted economies, industries, laws, ethics, childhood, and many other facets of our daily lives. But the change has just begun. The shape of the future is not assured. The amazing new tools of publicness can be used to good ends and bad. The choices—and the responsibilities—lie with us. Jarvis makes an urgent case that the future of the internet—what one technologist calls “the eighth continent”—requires as much protection as the physical space we share, the air we breathe, and the rights we afford one another. It is a space of the public, for the public, and by the public. It needs protection and respect from all of us. As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in the wake of the uprisings in the Middle East, “If people around the world are going to come together every day online and have a safe and productive experience, we need a shared vision to guide us.” Jeff Jarvis has that vision and will be that guide.
This volume offers a critical and constructive examination of the claims of public journalism, the controversial movement aimed at getting the press to promote and indeed improve (not merely report on) the quality of public life. From leading contributors, original essays refine the terms of the debate by situating it within a broad cultural, historical and philosophical framework. Exploring the movement's promise as well as its problems, The Idea of Public Journalism sheds lights on issues of political power, freedom of expression, democratic participation and press responsibility.
Dispatches from the Underground World of Nuclear Trafficking
Author: William Langewiesche
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Category: Political Science
In his shocking and revelatory new work, the celebrated journalist William Langewiesche investigates the burgeoning global threat of nuclear weapons production. The Atomic Bazaar is the story of the inexorable drift of nuclear weapons technology from the hands of the rich into the hands of the poor. As more unstable and undeveloped nations find ways of acquiring the ultimate arms, the stakes of state-sponsored nuclear activity have soared to frightening heights. Even more disturbing is the likelihood of such weapons being manufactured and deployed by guerrilla non-state terrorists. Langewiesche also recounts the recent history of Abdul Qadeer Khan, the scientist at the forefront of nuclear development and trade in the Middle East who masterminded the theft and sale of centrifuge designs that helped to build Pakistan's nuclear arsenal, and who single-handedly peddled nuclear plans to North Korea, Iran, and other potentially hostile countries. He then examines in dramatic and tangible detail the chances for nuclear terrorism. From Hiroshima to the present day, Langewiesche describes a reality of urgent consequence to us all. This searing, provocative, and timely report is a triumph of investigative journalism, and a masterful laying out of the most critical political problem the world now faces.
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Why do some TV genres have the label feminine or masculine? Why do we worry about boys playing video games too much while girls play just as often? Is the TV show Sex and the City empowering or not? Why are recent television shows like Desperate Housewives post-feminist television? Gender and Media explores these and other complex questions by offering a critical overview of the contemporary debates and discussions surrounding gender and mediated communication, and by providing student’s with an overview of the current academic research on these topics. The book is divided into three parts: representing, producing, and consuming with each section made up of three chapters. The first chapter of each section attempts to answer the most basic questions: ‘Who is represented?’, ‘Who produces what?’ and ‘Who consumes what?’. The second chapter of each section draws attention to the complexity of the relationship between gender and media, concentrating on the "why." The third and final chapter of each section addresses the latest debates in the fields of media and gender, adding a vital layer of understanding of the topic at hand. This process is aided by text boxes, which provide some additional information on the most important concepts and topics and exercises, which help bridge the gap between theory and everyday life media practices. This will be an ideal textbook for students studying gender and media, and for general courses on gender studies, sociology, cultural studies and women’s studies.
This publication draws on the documents compiled by the photographer and political activist Miklos Klaus Rozsa from 1971 to 1989, consisting of his photographs and state security police files on Rozsa reporting on the same events but in different ways. Through this montage the authors create a new and distinct reading of the original source materials and the youth movement events and police responses in Zurich, Switzerland for this period
The New York Times calls Turkish writer Asli Erdogan one of the "11 Powerful Women We Met Around the World in 2017" "Aslı Erdoğan is an exceptionally perceptive and sensitive writer who always produces perfect literary texts."—Orhan Pamuk "One volume of short stories, The Stone Building and Other Places has become a bestseller in Turkey."—The New York Times "Beautifully written and honestly told, as tender as the tulip gardens of Istanbul and as brave as the human heart."--Elif Safak, author of The Forty Rules of Love Three interconnected stories feature women whose lives have been interrupted by forces beyond their control. Exile, serious illness, or the imprisonment of one's beloved are each met with versions of strength and daring, while there is no undoing what fate has wrought. These atmospheric, introspective tales culminate in an experimental, multi-voiced novella, whose "stone building" is a metaphor for the various oppressive institutions—prisons, police headquarters, hospitals, and psychiatric asylums—that dominate the lives of all of these characters. Here is a literary distillation of the alienation, helplessness, and controlled fury of exile and incarceration—both physical and mental—presented in a series of moving, allegorical portraits of lives ensnared by the structures of power. Aslı Erdoğan (Istanbul, 1967) was arrested and imprisoned by the Turkish government in a sweeping roundup of dissident voices after the failed coup attempt of July 2016. The subject of both PEN International and PEN America advocacy campaigns, she has published novels, collections of short stories and poetic prose, and selections from her political essays. As a journalist, she has covered controversial topics such as state violence, discrimination, and human rights, for which she has been persecuted in a variety of ways. More praise for The Stone Building and Other Places: "The Stone Building by Asli Erdogan appears at first glance to be a collection of three short stories and a novella. In fact it is a literary text with a single unifying and sad theme: confinement. Erdogan is a most original and courageous literary voice, and The Stone Building bears on what is going on in present day Turkey."--Daniel Beaumont, author of Preachin' the Blues: The Life and Music of Son House "It is very difficult, and often impossible, to bring the music of Turkish into English. It is all the more difficult when the author-under-translation writes subtle and sinuous prose that stretches the conventions of literary Turkish to its limits. So, what a pleasure it is to see Sevinc Turkkan achieving the almost impossible. Not only does she do justice to Asli Erdogan's prose. She makes it sing."--Maureen Freely, translator