Auksė Balčytienė, Epp Lauk & Michał Głowacki: Roller coasters of social change, democracy and journalism in Central and Eastern Europe
Miklós Sükösd: ‘East’ of ‘West’ – Media in Central and Eastern Europe, Eurasia and China: multiple post-communisms and shifting geopolitical realities
Václav Štětka: The watchdogs that only bark? Media and political accountability in Central and Eastern Europe
Péter Bajomi-Lázár: How the internet changes journalism: some trends in the ‘West’ and ‘East’
Agnieszka Stępińska & Michał Głowacki: Professional roles, context factors and responsibility across generations of Polish journalists
Natalia Milewski, Paulina Barczyszyn & Epp Lauk: Three countries, one profession: the journalism cultures in Poland, Romania and Moldova
Bissera Zankova & Svetlozar Kirilov: Watchdog or underdog: how ethical is the Bulgarian media?
Miroljub Radojković, Ana Milojević & Aleksandra Ugrinić: Journalism in crisis: the case of Serbia
Svetlana Pasti: Russian journalism as a social lift: comparing journalistic attitudes in the period 1992-2008
Epp Lauk: Similar, but so different: the practices of press councils in Estonia and Finland.