This book maps recent developments in journalism education in
Europe by providing an extensive review of the national education
landscapes of 33 European counties. No less than 60 authors delve
into the organizations that have provided journalism education in
Europe over the years, including state and private universities,
national unions of journalists, employers associations, private
media companies and the church. They examine the content of this
education from different parameters such as theory vs. practice,
communication or journalism studies as opposed to a mixed system,
and the impact of new media in the content of the curriculum.
Terzis analyzes the way in which European journalism education
describes media governance patterns (the interrelationships between
the market, the state and the civil society which affect the media)
in every country, as well as at the regional and European levels.
It uses a two-dimensional approach in order to show how the
commercialization, concentration, convergence and globalization of
the media have affected the journalism education landscapes in
Europe both at an institutional as well as at an individual level.
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