As you may remember we were unable to stage our annual conference last year and so are sharing the research papers that had been accepted over a series of shorter events, the first of which was in December 2020.
The first of our AJE Seminars 2021 was a great chance to hear from some excellent papers and to catch up with each other, I hope you found it useful.
We have two more seminars coming up – we look forward to seeing you there and to hearing from more of the interesting research that is by done by AJE members.
AJE 2021 RESEARCH SEMINARS
PEDAGOGY – FEB 10, 2021
Carol Arnold, Canterbury Christchurch University
Modern biography: a methodology for journalists undertaking post-graduate research
Gurvinder Aujla-Sidhu, De Montfort University
Decolonising Journalism practice and curriculums
Tony Harcup, University of Sheffield
Making one or two more calls – teaching journalism students the value of news
Mike Baker, Plymouth Marjon
Memories from my Bedside – a collaboration between Plymouth Marjon University Journalism students and Derriford Hospital
JOURNALISM IN THE COMMUNITY – FEB 17 at 4.30pm
Agnes Gulyas, Canterbury Christchurch University and David Baines, Newcastle University
Emergent research themes in local media and journalism – and their implications for journalism education
Paul Marsden, Leeds Trinity University
Engaging with communities through analytics
Dave Harte and Jerome Turner, Birmingham City University
Local and global at the same time – pedagogy for the reflexive, community student journalist.
ISSUES IN JOURNALISM – MAR 3 at 4.30pm
Ruth Stoker, Huddersfield University
Learning how to build trust: community influences on the learning of occupational ethics in early career journalists
Ivana Ebel, Gabrielle Brittelbrun Derby University
Representing real women: counter-hegemonic and inclusive narratives in the magazine industry
John Price and Neil Macfarlane, Sunderland University
Coding, Collaboration and far too many C words: Working together to investigate social media abuse
We will share Zoom details of the second two events as we get closer to them.