Newsworkers A Comparative European Perspective (Comparative Media, Communication and Culture) by Henrik Örnebring [Ebook]

Newsworkers A Comparative European Perspective (Comparative Media, Communication and Culture)Author: Henrik Örnebring
Title: Newsworkers A Comparative European Perspective (Comparative Media, Communication and Culture)
Print Length: 272
Language: English, Francais, Italiano, Espanol, Deutsch
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The last decade has seen a transformation of journalism industries and the working lives of our journalists. Do the changes have the same impact everywhere? Do journalists today experience these changes as a pressure or as a possibility? Is something irrevocably lost from journalism with these changes? Newsworkers takes a broad range of European countries – North and South, East and West, big and small – comparing in each how journalism as work has been affected by the changes in journalism institutions. The book looks at three pertinent and topical questions: the role of technology in changing journalism work practice, the decline or not of professional values, and whether journalism is becoming more homogenous across national borders. Drawing on extensive and original research, the book provides a comprehensive picture of contemporary European journalism.

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