The view on note taking in journalism textbooks

The study ““Disastrous to Take a Single Note”: Memory and Materiality in a Century of U.S. Journalism Textbooks” by Perry Parks from Michigan State University investigated how journalism textbooks discuss an emblematic practice in journalism: taking notes (during interviews). Taking notes is often romanticized in popular presentations of journalism, and the reporter’s notebook has become … Continued

A review of studies on peace journalism

The article “Mapping Peace Journalism: Toward a Shared Understanding of Success” by Meagan E. Doll and Patricia Moy from University of Washington was a review article of 106 studies looking at a fairly new form of journalism and studies around it: peace journalism. The normative assumption of peace journalism is that its existence should correspond … Continued