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Scheduled Conference Title
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship THE PURSUIT OF THE IMPOSSIBLE: DICTATORSHIP AND OPENNESS THE DAILY NEWSPAPER YA DURING THE REGIME OF FRANCO. Abstract
Mercedes Montero, Luis Alberto Andía
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The regulation of television audiovisual content and the protection of children and adolescents in Brazil Abstract
Inês Sílvia Vitorino Sampaio
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The rise and fall of newsroom councils in Portugal Abstract
Joaquim Fidalgo
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship The skills of journalism: some results from a six-nation comparative project Abstract
Henrik Ornebring
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship THE TEEN SERIES AND THE YOUNG TARGET. GENDER STEREOTYPES IN TELEVISION FICTION TARGETED TO TEENAGERS. Abstract
Maddalena Fedele, Núria García-Muñoz
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Thinking about journalists’ professional identity and changes in social worlds: a study on Brazilian “intellectual-journalists” Abstract
Fábio Henrique Pereira
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship TJUFRJ: Learning to practice and to think about journalism Abstract
Beatriz Becker, Lara Mateus
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Towards the ‘internationalising’ of digital natives studies: a Japanese perspective Abstract
Toshie Takahashi
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Triggers of journalistic coverage: How Europe gets into European newspapers Abstract
Michael Brüggemann
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship University and the media in Spain. Recruitment criteria and job opportunities in a sector in crisis Abstract
Josep Lluís Micó, Masip Pere
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship University degrees on Communication and Journalism: Convergence, specificity and scientific innovation Abstract
Anibal Augusto Alves
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Upstart and The Interview – two journalism education initiatives in Australia. Abstract
Lawrie Zion
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Use of the Internet by journalists in Brazilian newsrooms: Perceptions of “e-readiness” and its effects on journalism values Abstract
Heloiza Golbspan Herscovitz
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Uses and dominant and negotiated readings of local electoral news in Monterrey, Mexico Abstract
Jose-Carlos Lozano
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Virtual Foreign Correspondence: A Qualitative Pilot Project of Internet-Based Multiple Self-Experiments with Undergraduate Journalism Students in Germany Abstract
Oliver Hahn, Tom Steller
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship What contribution do specific child-focused media make to empower citizenship and participation among children? Abstract
Andrea Elisabeth Dürager, Mareike Düssel, Ingrid Paus-Hasebrink
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Who’s the fittest for print? A look at the representation of common people in the news before and after Web 2.0. Abstract
Jeroen De Keyser, Karin Raeymaeckers
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Why should worlds collide? The newsroom and the challenges of a new online venture (the case of the Portuguese newspaper “Jornal de Notícias”) Abstract
Luis Antonio Santos, Manuel Pinto
 
IAMCR 2010: Communication and Citizenship Working conditions and job satisfaction among Flemish professional journalists Abstract
Pieter Ugille, Annelore Deprez
 
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