Results of searching entries for keyword: Central and Eastern Europe
The interview with Prof. Daniel C. Hallin and Prof. Paolo Mancini was conducted by Adam Szynol and Michał Głowacki during the international conference Journalistic Culture in Different Media Systems in the Theoretical Perspective and Practice on 23rd February 2011, in Wrocław.
Urszula Doliwa (University of Warmia and Mazury, Poland),
Larisa Rankovic (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Interview with Professor Andrei Richter — Director of the OSCE Office of the Representative on Freedom of the Media on the state of media freedom in Central and Eastern Europe
BOOK REVIEW: Péter Bajomi-Lázár (ed.) (2017). Media in Theird-Wave Democracies. Southern and Central-Eastern Europe in a Comparative Perspective. Paris Budapest: L’Harmattan Publishing House pp. 238 ISBN: 978-2-343-13011-8.
Budapest Business School, Hungary
Variations in media freedom: Why do some governments in Central and Eastern Europe respect media freedom more than other ones?
(Budapest Business School, Hungary)
Journalists PR professionals and the practice of paid news in Central and Eastern Europe: An overview
(Karlstad University, Sweden)
INTERVIEW: Profession in transition: Journalistic professionalism and its changes in Central and Eastern Europe
Prof. Dr. Jane Leftwitch Curry was interviewed by Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska in November 2012
Dr. Karol Jakubowicz was interviewed by Michał Głowacki in November 2011
BOOK REVIEW: Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska & Michał Głowacki (eds.) (2011). Making Democracy in 20 Years. Media and Politics in Central and Eastern Europe...
(Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Cracow University College, Poland)
BOOK REVIEW: Marta Dyczok and Oxana Golutvina (eds.) (2009). Media Democracy and Reform: The Post-Communism Experience: (Interdisciplinary Studies on Central and Eastern Europe 6)...
(The National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy" in Kyiv, Ukraine)
BOOK REVIEWS: Michał Głowacki Epp Lauk Auksė Balčytienė (eds.) (2014) Journalism that Matters: Views from Central and Eastern Europe...
(Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania)
A socio-demographic portrait of Central and Eastern European (CEE) journalists: A comparative analysis of the journalistic profession in eight CEE countries using the Worlds of Journalism Study
(University of Buckarest, Romania)
Angelika W. Wyka
(Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Germany)
Editors’ introduction: Public Service Media in Central and Northern Europe. Does the State still matter?
Lars Nord (Mid Sweden University, Sweden),
Michał Głowacki (University of Wrocław, Poland)
The country of origin principle and competition among national regulatory régimes in East Central Europe
Gábor Polyák and Gergely László Szőke
(University of Pécs, Hungary)
Jaromir Hanzal (Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic),
Ákos Balogh (Hungary),
Michalina Guzikowska (University of Warsaw, Poland),
Gabriela Mezeiova (Media Academy, Slovakia)
Great expectations: On experiences with media reform in post-socialist Europe (and some unexpected outcomes)
(University of Zagreb)
(Council of Europe)
University of Wrocław
University of Warsaw
Editors of the Central European Jurnal of Communication
(Southern Illinois University, USA)
(Jagiellonian University, Poland)
Wayne Wanta (Oklahoma State University, USA),
Bartłomiej Łódzki (University of Lower Silesia, Poland)
Campaigning on Facebook: Posts and online social networking as campaign tools in the 2017 general elections in the Republic of Kosovo
UNIVERSITY OF PRISHTINA ‘’HASAN PRISHTINA”, KOSOVO
UNIVERSITY OF WROCLAW Paulina Barczyszyn-Madziarz
UNIVERSITY OF WROCLAW
The purposes of interpersonal communication: A survey to fi nd the most likely general reasons why people engage in communication
University of Gothenburg, Sweden
CORVINUS UNIVERISYT OF BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
UMEÅ UNIVERSITY, SWEDENJacek Nożewski
UNIVERSITY OF WROCŁ AW, POLAND
BOOK REVIEW: Miklós Sükösd and Karol Jakubowicz (eds.) (2011). Media Nationalism and European Identities...
(University of Bucharest, Romania)
(University of Warsaw, Poland)
Dilek Özhan Koçak
(Giresum University, Turkey)
What does the murder of a journalist and follow-up events tell us about freedom of the press and politics in a European country?
SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA , SLOVAKIA
(Sofia University St. Kliment Okhridski, Bulgaria)
(University of Economics in Katowice, Poland)
Value orientation and national identity in Russia: A media effect study on the Holocaust documentary “Night and Fog”
(University of Vienna, Austria)
Learning PR. Methodological and legitimation-based learning in PR — A theoretical approach and empirical findings
Olaf Hofjann and Michael Lohse
(Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
BOOK REVIEW: Øyvind Ihlen & Magnus Fredriksson (eds.) (2018). Public Relations and Social Theory: Key Figures Concepts and Developments 2nd edition. London: Routledge pp. 454 ISBN: 9-781-13828-1-301 9-781-13828-1-295 9-781-31527-1-231.
The role of European political parties in closing the communication gap within the European Union. A critical view
(University of Wrocław, Poland)
MASARYK UNIVERSITY, CZECH REPUBLIC Petr Ocelík
MASARYK UNIVERSITY, CZECH REPUBLIC
KARLSRUHE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, GERMANY, Jürgen Maier
UNIVERSITY OF KOBLENZ-LANDAU, GERMANY, Michaela Maier
UNIVERSITY OF KOBLENZ-LANDAU, GERMANY
Corporate social responsibility developments in post-communist countries: Towards organisations’ social legitimacy
TALLINN UNIVERSITY, ESTONIA
Interview with Prof. Epp Lauk from University of Jyväskylä , Finland ORCID: 0000-0002-9697-2538 DOI: 10.19195/1899-5101.12.1 (22).7 Full text: CEE media and communication research on the global map (PDF / 125.16 kb)
BOOK REVIEW: David Buckingham (2019). The Media Education Manifesto. Cambridge UK: Polity Press 128 pp. ISBN: 978-1-509-53587-3.
TALLINN UNIVERSITY, ESTONIA
Empirical research on the functions of audiovisual advertising from the perspective of recipients - students of the Journalism and Social Communication Faculty at the University of Łódź
UNIVERSITY OF ŁÓDŹ , POLAND, Mateusz Krzekotowski
UNIVERSITY OF ŁÓDŹ , POLAND
MINISTRY OF SOCIAL AFFAIRS, ESTONIA Krista Lepik
UNIVERSITY OF TARTU
METHODS & CONCEPTS: Agglomerations relationality and in-betweenness: Re-learning to research agency in digital communication
VYTAUTAS MAGNUS UNIVERSITY, KAUNAS, LITHUANIA
& LCC INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, KLAIPEDA, LITHUANIA