In this episode, we recap Mediadelcom’s year 2021, providing deliberations by several consortium members regards to the project’s advancement. Halliki Harro-Loit (EST), Michal Glowacki (POL), Zrinjka Peruško (HRV), Peter Berglez (SWE), and Tobias Eberwein (AUT) share their view on the activities upon the project’s starting year. Christmas & New Year greetings follow.
This episode introduces the last but not least domain in Mediadelcom project – the domain of competencies. Those of the both: of the general audience, or media literacy, and of journalists, their professionalism. Mediadelcom project – seeking for risks and opportunities for the media – has developed the domains beyond just theoretical conceptualization. It has become apparent that media literacy is a much promoted feature that does not have enough impact on the real life. While the professionalism issue does not fully fit in only to the competencies’ domain but subsumes also the domains of journalism and ethics. The speakers are: Halliki Harro-Loit (EST), Slavomir Gálik (SVK), and Lenka Wáschková Cizařová (CZE).
This Mediadelcom podcast episode sheds light upon one of our research methods, or an approach: the fuzzy-set method/approach. It enables to compare the multiple configurations emerging in country case studies. The work upon it has started in parallel with the country case studies being compiled. Our guest Prof. Zrinjka Peruško (HRV) tells that the method is similar to some household works, even though being used with the help of a computer.
This episode provides insights into the domain of media usage patterns, which is one out of four domains researched under the Mediadelcom project. The domain development team opens up the details of the domain of media usage patterns. Ragne Kõuts-Klemm (EST), Iveta Jansová (CZE) and Halliki Harro-Loit (EST) talk.
The project meeting – in face-to-face – took place in Tallinn, Estonia on 7-11 Sep 2021. On the basis of pilot studies, the theoretical guidelines, templates and methodologies were clarified. This episode provides participants’ on-the-spot reflections upon the meeting, right at the assembly hall. Among the interviewees, there are Lilia Raycheva (BGR), Anda Rožukalne (LVA), Mari-Liisa Parder (EST), Mart Ots (SWE), Dina Vozab (HRV), Marcus Kreutler (DEU), Tobias Eberwein (AUT) and the project coordinator Halliki Harro-Loit (EST).
The episode talks about the journalism domain in the project. The domain variables have been developed by the Swedish team(s) who discuss(es) the matter around the table. Prof. Peter Berglez and Assoc. Prof. Mart Ots from Jönköping University, and Prof. Lars Nord from Mid Sweden University provide insights into the various aspects of the diversified domain; sustainability; economic aspects related to media policies; and employment conditions, which often manifest in journalists wending their way to corporate communication offices. ‘Yesterday‘ used for a couple of times by Prof. Lars Nord, refers to June 16.
On 9 June, Prof. Emer. Kaarle Nordenstreng (FIN) celebrated his 80th birthday. He is the distinguished member of the Mediadelcom’s advisory board. On the occasion of his birthday, Mediadelcom releases podcast episodes, in which two professors emeriti have a conversation on topics that portrait the jubilarian. The conversation is hosted by Epp Lauk (EST). In the current part, Kaarle Nordenstreng is speaking about 60 books he has written and those he is writing right now.
On 9 June, Prof. Emer. Kaarle Nordenstreng (FIN) celebrates his 80th birthday. He is the distinguished member of the Mediadelcom’s advisory board. On the occasion of his birthday, Mediadelcom releases podcast episodes, in which two professors emeriti have a conversation on topics that portrait the jubilarian. The conversation is hosted by Epp Lauk (EST). In the current part, Kaarle Nordenstreng will look back on his bridge building work between East and West throughout the decades and also will reflect upon the core concept of the Mediadelcom project – deliberative communication.
This MEDIADELCOM podcast episode discusses the work on theory and methodology of the project being developed under WP1. Speakers: Prof. Halliki Harro-Loit (EST), Marcus Kreutler (DEU), and Anna Kandyla (GRC).
This MEDIADELCOM podcast episode provides a brief introduction to deliberative communication, the core concept of the entire research project. Speakers: Prof. Lars Nord (Mid Sweden University) and Prof. Daniel Hallin (the member of the Advisory Board of MEDIADELCOM, from University of California).
The first MEDIADELCOM podcast episode, which introduces the project and explains the goals. Speakers: Prof. Halliki Harro-Loit (EST), Prof. Peter Berglez (SWE), and Asst. Prof. Lenka Waschková Císařová (CZE).
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