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Journalism Education Issue 5.2 now available: Special Edition – It’s the story that matters!

Journalism Education issue 5-2, the journal of the Association for Journalism Education, a body representing educators in HE in the UK and Ireland. The aim of the journal is to promote and develop analysis and understanding of journalism education and of journalism, particularly when that is related to journalism education. A Special Edition of Journalism […]

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Journalism Education Issue 5.1 out now

Paul Mihailidis of Emerson College, Boston and Stephanie Craft of University of Illinois in the USA edited this special issue of the AJE journal, Journalism Education. The theme is exploring news literacy & preparing future journalists. You can find details about how to contribute to the next issue of the journal here. Invited Essays The […]

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Nominations called for lifetime achievement award

The AJE executive committee is calling for nominations for the AJE Lifetime Achievement Award. Previous recipients of the Award have included Richard Keeble who is professor of journalism at University of Lincoln. The AJE may, no more than once each year, endow a single lifetime achievement award to a retired or retiring member who has […]

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News values revisited (again!)

AJE members Tony Harcup of University of Sheffield and Deirdre O’Neill of University of Huddersfield have re-examined news values in the latest issue of Journalism Studies . [Image: BBC / Wikipedia] What is News? It certainly feels like an apt time to re-examine that commonly set undergraduate essay question. Have traditional news values really gone […]

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Hackademics tell Government “#HandsOffFOI”

Tony Harcup, University of Sheffield, urges academics to tell the government #HandsOffFOI… Anyone using or teaching about the Freedom of Information Act will be alarmed that the British Government has set up a commission to look into ways of restricting access to information, including slapping a charge on every FOI request. Tony Harcup of the […]

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Deirdre O’Neill: Why are there so few female sports writers?

We all know that most sports journalists are men. However, in recent years, female sports broadcasters have increased their visibility. By comparison, while newspaper sports coverage has increased rapidly in recent years Deirdre O’Neill, University of Huddersfield, looks at the progress made by women sports writers. [Image: Jon Candy / Flickr] Sports journalism – online, […]

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