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The Resource Global journalism research : theories, methods, findings, future, edited by Martin Löffelholz and David Weaver ; with the assistance of Andreas Schwarz

Global journalism research : theories, methods, findings, future, edited by Martin Löffelholz and David Weaver ; with the assistance of Andreas Schwarz

Label
Global journalism research : theories, methods, findings, future
Title
Global journalism research
Title remainder
theories, methods, findings, future
Statement of responsibility
edited by Martin Löffelholz and David Weaver ; with the assistance of Andreas Schwarz
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PN4784.R38
LC item number
G56 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1959-
  • 1946-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Löffelholz, Martin
  • Weaver, David H.
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  • Journalism
  • Journalistiek
  • Onderzoeksmethoden
Label
Global journalism research : theories, methods, findings, future, edited by Martin Löffelholz and David Weaver ; with the assistance of Andreas Schwarz
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
PART I: INTRODUCTION TO JOURNALISM RESEARCH: Questioning national, cultural, and disciplinary boundaries: a call for global journalism research / David Weaver and Martin Loffelholz -- PART II: THEORIES OF JOURNALISM RESEARCH: Heterogeneous; multidimensional; competing: theoretical approaches to journalism: an overview / Martin Loffenholz -- Journalism in a globalizing world society: a societal approach to journalism research / Manfred Ruhl -- Journalism as a human right: the cultural approach to journalism / John Hartley -- The structure of news production: the organizational approach to journalism research / Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen -- Factors behind journalists' professional behavior: a psychological approach to journalism research / Wolfgang Donsbach -- Journalism as a symbolic practice: the gender approach in journalism research / Gertrude J. Robinson -- PART III: METHODOLOGY AND METHODS OF JOURNALISM RESEARCH: Comparing journalism across cultural boundaries: state of the art, strategies, problems, and solutions / Thomas Hanitzsch -- Methods of journalism research: survey / David Weaver -- Methods of journalism research: content analysis / Christian Kolmer -- Methods of Journalism research: observation / Thorsten Quandt -- PART IV: SELECTED PARADIGMS AND FINDINGS OF JOURNALISM RESEARCH: Journalism research in the United States: paradigm shift in a networked world / Jane B. Singer -- Journalism research in Germany: evolution and central research interests / Siegfried Weischenberg and Maja Malik -- Journalism research in the UK: from isolated efforts to an established discipline / Karin Wahl-Jorgensen and Bob Franklin -- South African journalism research: challenging paradigmatic schisms and finding a foothold in an era of globalization / Arnold S. de Beer -- Journalism research in greater China: its communities, approaches, and themes / Zhongdang Pan, Joseph M. Chan, and Ven-bwei Lo -- Journalism research in Mexico: historical development and research interests in the Latin American context / Maria Elena Hernandez Ramirez and Andreas Schwarz -- PART V: THE FUTURE OF JOURNALISM RESEARCH: Reconsidering "journalism" for journalism research / Ari Heinonen and Heikki Loustarinen -- Theories in globalized journalism / Stephen D. Reese -- Going beyond disciplinary boundaries in the future of journalism research / Barbie Zelizer -- Journalism education in an era of globalization / Mark Deuze -- PART VI: CONCLUSION: Global journalism research: summing up and looking ahead / David Weaver and Martin Loffelholz
Control code
155126261
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xiv, 304 p.
Isbn
9781405153317
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007028075
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)155126261
Label
Global journalism research : theories, methods, findings, future, edited by Martin Löffelholz and David Weaver ; with the assistance of Andreas Schwarz
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
PART I: INTRODUCTION TO JOURNALISM RESEARCH: Questioning national, cultural, and disciplinary boundaries: a call for global journalism research / David Weaver and Martin Loffelholz -- PART II: THEORIES OF JOURNALISM RESEARCH: Heterogeneous; multidimensional; competing: theoretical approaches to journalism: an overview / Martin Loffenholz -- Journalism in a globalizing world society: a societal approach to journalism research / Manfred Ruhl -- Journalism as a human right: the cultural approach to journalism / John Hartley -- The structure of news production: the organizational approach to journalism research / Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen -- Factors behind journalists' professional behavior: a psychological approach to journalism research / Wolfgang Donsbach -- Journalism as a symbolic practice: the gender approach in journalism research / Gertrude J. Robinson -- PART III: METHODOLOGY AND METHODS OF JOURNALISM RESEARCH: Comparing journalism across cultural boundaries: state of the art, strategies, problems, and solutions / Thomas Hanitzsch -- Methods of journalism research: survey / David Weaver -- Methods of journalism research: content analysis / Christian Kolmer -- Methods of Journalism research: observation / Thorsten Quandt -- PART IV: SELECTED PARADIGMS AND FINDINGS OF JOURNALISM RESEARCH: Journalism research in the United States: paradigm shift in a networked world / Jane B. Singer -- Journalism research in Germany: evolution and central research interests / Siegfried Weischenberg and Maja Malik -- Journalism research in the UK: from isolated efforts to an established discipline / Karin Wahl-Jorgensen and Bob Franklin -- South African journalism research: challenging paradigmatic schisms and finding a foothold in an era of globalization / Arnold S. de Beer -- Journalism research in greater China: its communities, approaches, and themes / Zhongdang Pan, Joseph M. Chan, and Ven-bwei Lo -- Journalism research in Mexico: historical development and research interests in the Latin American context / Maria Elena Hernandez Ramirez and Andreas Schwarz -- PART V: THE FUTURE OF JOURNALISM RESEARCH: Reconsidering "journalism" for journalism research / Ari Heinonen and Heikki Loustarinen -- Theories in globalized journalism / Stephen D. Reese -- Going beyond disciplinary boundaries in the future of journalism research / Barbie Zelizer -- Journalism education in an era of globalization / Mark Deuze -- PART VI: CONCLUSION: Global journalism research: summing up and looking ahead / David Weaver and Martin Loffelholz
Control code
155126261
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xiv, 304 p.
Isbn
9781405153317
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007028075
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)155126261

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