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[ecrea] New book: News in Europe, Europe on News

Sun Apr 17 08:08:07 GMT 2011

News in Europe, Europe on News

Agnieszka Stepinska [Ed.]
ISBN 978-3-8325-2703-7
238 Seiten, Erscheinungsjahr: 2011
Preis: 39.00 Eur

Keywords: news media, foreign news, international audience, journalism,
comparative study

News in Europe, Europe in News is a multifaceted look at contemporary studies
in news media in Europe and/or reporting about the European issues. Europe as
a key element of the title may be considered as a symbol of integration and a
diversity at the same time. The book brings together a range of international
scholars, drawn from representative disciplines in the media studies and
journalism. While some of the authors follow the emerging patterns in the
foreign news coverage, identifying shared by the contemporary news media, the
other explore a unique cultural character of the journalism in particular
countries. Finally, questions about the audience's reception of the news and
the perceptions of the world covered by the news media are raised here. The
book also offers an incisive analysis of the major theoretical and conceptual
challenges to the studies on the foreign news reporting.

Jürgen Wilke, Comparing News Flow Studies: What Do We Learn From Earlier Research.
Paolo Mancini, Comparative Research in Media Studies and Political Sciences.
Delays and Explanations.
Ruud Wouters, The Nature of Foreign News. Conceptual Considerations About
Analysing Foreign News Over Time.
Tomasz R. Szymczyński, The Challenge of the Conceptualizations in Journalism.
On Myths and Facts Regarding the Media Coverage of the Europeanization and
Globalization Processes.
Jürgen Wilke, Christine Heimprecht, Europe in Europe and Europe in the World.
A Study in News Geography, News Content and News Presentation.
Beata Ociepka, Foreign News in the Press. Summary of Research on the Coverage
of European Events in Poland and Germany.
Elizabeth Godo, Abby Goodrum, European Authority in Canadian News.
Suzanne Franks, What is‘Foreign Reporting’? At Home and Abroad - No longer
‘Here and Not There’ But Everywhere.
Agnieszka Stępińska, The‘Feedback’ of Euronews: A Study on An Active
International Audience.
Kevin Rafter,‘Get There and Stay for Two or Three Weeks, or Until the Money
Runs Out’: the Irish Media’s Engagement with Foreign News Reporting.
Dorota Piontek, Pack Journalism as an Element of the Framing Process.
Michael Nitz, Alicia Coggins, Like Always, Like Never Before: Norwegian
Newspaper Coverage of the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election.
Gabriele M. Murry, Comparative Views of Mass Opinion and Armed Military
Conflict: War on Terror, the US and Germany.
Krystyna Doktorowicz, Public Service Broadcasting - an European Idea, a Polish
Jędrzej Skrzypczak, The European Audiovisual Media Services Directive: A New
Framework for Broadcasting.
Magdalena Melnyk-Niewiadomska, Media in Contemporary Spain: Consequences of

Dr Agnieszka Stępińska
Wydział Nauk Politycznych i Dziennikarstwa
Uniwersytet im. A. Mickiewicza w Poznaniu
ul. Umultowska 89a, 61 - 614 Poznań

Agnieszka Stepinska, PhD
Faculty of Political Science and Journalism
Adam Mickiewicz University
ul. Umultowska 89a, 61 - 614 Poznań, POLAND

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