Worlds of Journalism Study
Titre du projet
Worlds of Journalism Study
The Worlds of Journalism Study (WJS) is an academically driven project that was founded to regularly assess the state of journalism throughout the world. The Study’s primary objective is to help journalism researchers, practitioners, media managers and policy makers better understand worldviews and changes that are taking place in the professional orientations of journalists, the conditions and limitations under which they operate, as well as the social functions of journalism in a changing world.
Date de début
1 Janvier 2011
Date de fin
31 Décembre 2015
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- PublicationMétadonnées seulementTransformation of Journalism and Global Context(2016-6-12)
;Hanusch, Folker ;Tandoc, Edison C. ;Dimitrakopoulou, Dimitra ;Muchtar, Nurhaya
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementJournalists in Switzerland: Structures and Attidues(2018)
;Dingerkus, Filip ; ;Keel, Guido ;Wyss, Vinzenz
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementJournalists in Switzerland: Structures and attitudes revisited(2018-11-14)
;Dingerkus, Filip ; ;Keel, Guido ;Wyss, VinzenzIt is often stated that journalism and the media are going through some fundamental changes. In this article, we present a description of the journalists in Switzerland, based on a nation-wide survey conducted in 2015. This data gives a quantitative description of journalists in Switzerland. Furthermore, this article makes comparison between various groups of journalists, for example between the different language regions in Switzerland, in order to give a differentiated picture of who the journalists are, what their working situation looks like and how they perceive their own professional role in society.
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- PublicationMétadonnées seulementQuelle différence? Language, Culture and Nationality as Influences on Francophone Journalists’ Identity(2017-1-31)
;Bonin, Geneviève ;Dingerkus, Filip ; ;Mertens, Stefan ;Rollwagen, Heather ; ;Shapiro, Ivor ;Standaert, OlivierWyss, VinzenzCanada, Belgium and Switzerland are multicultural countries with several similarities including having French as a minority language. The trio also shares similar media landscapes, systems and approaches to journalism to those of other Western European and Northern American countries. These commonalities offer an opportunity to probe for the possibility of a language-based differentiation in journalists’ professional identities. Our comparative analysis of Worlds of Journalism Study data suggests that francophone journalists in our three countries have much more in common than not with their other-language peers. However, the francophone journalists seem more likely to identify with a politicized role that includes agenda-setting, citizen-motivation and scrutinizing power, and less likely to be driven by attracting and satisfying audiences. A différence francophone exists, but it is modest.