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Journalists and media accountability : an international study of news peole in the digital age

This book advances research on media accountability and transparency, and also offers innovative perspectives for newsrooms, media policy-makers, and journalism educators. Its systematic comparative design makes it an unprecedented venture in international journalism studies.
Print Book, English, cop. 2014
Peter Lang, New York, cop. 2014
vii, : il., gràf. ; 23 cm
9781433122811, 1433122812
Contents: Susanne Fengler/Tobias Eberwein/Tanja Leppik-Bork/Julia Lönnendonker/Judith Pies: Media Accountability - Basic Concepts and Theoretical Foundations – Susanne Fengler/Tobias Eberwein: Mapping Media Accountability - in Europe and Beyond – Heikki Heikkilä/Michał Głowacki/Michał Kuś/Judith Pies: Innovations in Media Accountability and Transparency – Tobias Eberwein/Susanne Fengler/Susan Philipp/Maryam Ille: Counting Media Accountability - the Concept and Methodology of the MediaAcT Survey – Epp Lauk/Halliki Harro-Loit/Jari Väliverronen: Media Accountability through the Eyes of Journalists: Feedback, Responsiveness, Interaction – Salvador Alsius/Ruth Rodríguez-Martínez/Marcel Mauri de los Rios: Little Impact? Journalists’ Perceptions of Traditional Instruments of Media Self-Regulation – Wayne Powell/Mike Jempson: More Accountability in the Digital Age? The Influence of New Technologies – Harmen Groenhart/Huub Evers: Media Accountability and Transparency - What Newsrooms (Could) Do – Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska/Michał Głowacki/Michał Kuś: Context Factors for Media Self-Regulation and Accountability – Gianpietro Mazzoleni/Sergio Splendore: ‘Cultures of Accountability’ - or Global Trends in Media Accountability? The Hallin and Mancini Model Revisited – Olivier Baisnée/Sandra Vera Zambrano: Realms of Influence on Media Accountability – Judith Pies: Media Accountability in Transition: Survey Results from Jordan and Tunisia – Susanne Fengler/Stephan Russ-Mohl: The (Behavioral) Economics of Media Accountability – Matthias Karmasin/Daniela Kraus/Andy Kaltenbrunner/Klaus Bichler: Media Ethics as Institutional Ethics - the Potential of Corporate Social Responsibility – Raluca-Nicoleta Radu/Daniela-Aurelia Popa: Media Accountability and Journalism Education – Susanne Fengler/Tobias Eberwein/Gianpietro Mazzoleni/Colin Porlezza/Stephan Russ-Mohl: Summary: Perspectives for Newsrooms, Policy-Makers and Journalism Educators.
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