The socialization of journalism students into the profession
Hanusch, F., Hovden, J. F., …. Pjesivac, Ivanka. (May, 2017). The socialization of journalism students into the profession: Results from a global survey of journalism students. Panel to be presented at the Annual Conference of International Communication Association (ICA). San Diego, CA.
Abstract: This panel will provide a global and comparative analysis of the ways in which journalism students’ conceptions of their roles, job expectations, motivation for studying journalism, among others, are shaped during the course of their studies. Based on surveys with representative samples of students in 30 different countries, the panel participants map how journalism students’ views of the profession and their future role in it develop over the course of their studies. Specifically, the four key areas that our presenters will compare across countries are related to global patterns in background and recruitment, perceptions on journalistic roles, motivations for studying journalism, and job expectations.
“A Qualitative Look at Journalism Programs in Flux: The Role of Faculty in the Movement Toward a Digital Curriculum.”
Abstract: As journalism continues to grapple with the transition to digital media, journalism educators are constantly considering how to better equip students for this changing field. Particularly in smaller programs […]
Perceptions of media roles in Serbia and Croatia: Does news orientation have an impact?
Abstract: This study examined the perceptions of media roles among journalism students in Serbia and Croatia (N=401). The results showed that the most important were citizen-oriented and watchdog roles and […]