Journalism education and research

IAMCR 2021 Online Conference is now over. The full papers presented in this online conference paper panel are no longer accessible. You can see the original abstracts of the papers submitted for presentation in the abstract books.

Journalism education and research
Chair:
Clau
296
COVID-19 and learner-centred teaching: How the adoption of emergency blended learning pedagogies accelerated a change in teaching practice in journalism education
Sisanda
Nkoala
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Trust
Matsilele
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
387
The Good, the Bad and the Balanced: A critical analysis of the representation of black African migrants in South African Daily News and Daily Sun, 2016-2017
Clifford
Jani
University of KwaZulu Natal
Lauren
Dyll
University of KwaZulu Natal
450
Assessing journalism education in Nepal through global standards
Bhanu
Acharya
University of Ottawa, Department of Communication
547
Contextualising trauma literacy: A study to create a charter for journalism education and practice in India
Sneha
Mehendale
Symbiosis International university
Neha
Jindal
Symbiosis International university
1394
How Could Professionalism Be Taught Beyond the Global/local Dichotomy? A Course Design and Practice for Data Journalism among COVID-19 Pandemic
Liao
Weimin
School of Humanities and Communication, Dongbei University of Finance and Economics
1441
MARKERS OF EXCELLENCE OR MAKERS OF PAN-AFRICAN JOURNALISM? Revisiting ‘CNN African Journalist of the Year’ Awards (1995-2016)
Benjamin
Muindi
Daystar University
Joy
Kibarabara
Stockholm University
David
Cheruiyot
Centre for Media and Journalism Studies, University of Groningen
1467
The irrelevance of Journalism’s occupational ideology as a boundary discourse? A lesson from Journalism students’ experiences of everyday professional ethics.
Maria
Guglietti
University of Calgary
Amanda
Williams
Mount Royal University