Categories
Our activities Research activities

ROPE – Changing patterns in journalistic roles and performance in V4 Countries

ROPE – Changing patterns in journalistic roles and performance in V4 Countries

Grantholder: Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Partners: Adam Mickiewicz University (Poznan, Poland), School of Communication and Media (Bratislava, Slovakia) and Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic).

The main objective of the scientific exchange project is to provide fora for academic discussion on the current trends in mass communication, journalism and politics in V4 countries. The first pillar of the project is a 2-day-long international workshop with 20 attendees, which will be held in Budapest, February 2016. Addressing the challenge of searching for paradigmatic renewal, we invite distinguished scholars from the field of media, political communication and journalism studies to reflect to the changing patterns in journalistic roles and performance 25 years after the collapse of the communist regime. To comprehend the regional specificities within European and Global contexts, links are established with the international project titled ‘Journalistic Role Performance Around the Globe’. The second pillar of the project is the publication of the outputs. Selected articles will be published in the Special Issue of the Journal of Central European Political Studies. The project will be implemented from 01/09/2015 till 31/08/2016 in cooperation with Adam Mickiewicz University (Poznan, Poland), School of Communication and Media (Bratislava, Slovakia) and Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic).

vlajky-rope

ROPE workshop programme_

Comparative promotion

Presentation Dr. Školkay

Prezentácia Ing. Filin

Categories
Our activities

Recent Publications

Collusion

Mediacoverage

A lone wolf

Categories
Our activities

Seminar on Media and Corruption

The School of Communication and Media, jointly with the Slovak Section of Association of European Journalists, is organising a seminar at which they will present results of its research activities related to media coverage of corruption and corrupt practices in the media and among journalists.
The seminar, which is funded by the EU FP7 ANTICORRP project, will take place in Bratislava, Slovakia, on Friday afternoon, May 20, 2016.
The seminar will include results of computer assisted content analysis of corruption coverage by four leading Slovak newspapers in the period 2004 to 2013, as well as a selection of in-depth case studies tackling various roles and interactions of media and journalists when dealing with and/or covering corruptionMédiá a korupcia

Categories
Our activities Research activities

Media Pluralism in Slovakia

Categories
Our activities

Invitations to two seminars

Po zaujímavom seminári v Bratislave sme podobný seminár o korupcii pri verejnom obstarávaní zorganizovali aj v Českej Republike. Konal sa 15.9.2015 v Brne

 

 

Juraj Filin, Andrej Školkay, Munir Podumljak, Martin Kameník
Juraj Filin, Andrej Školkay, Munir Podumljak, Martin Kameník

Seminar VO Brno 1

.Seminár VO Brno – Tlačové vyhlásenie

Pozvánka s programom

pp-10-odporucani-b_cz

pp-chorvatsko-b_cz

pp-madarsko-b_cz

pp-metodika-b_cz

pp-potlacanie-korupcie-b_cz

pp-svk-hu-cz-b_cz

pp-fimi-media

 

Categories
Our activities Our City

Our City

Categories
Our activities

Seminar on Corruption and Public Procurement – Final Report

Categories
Our activities

The Future of AVMS in Europe Event

Sorry, this entry is only available in Slovensky.

Categories
Our activities

Liberal Fundamentalists and Religious Cartoons

Categories
Our activities

Integrity and Trust in the EU

 We have started a new project on Integrity and Trust in the EU, for Ministry of Interior and Kingdom Relations of Netherlands (joint project), reference number 201400114.050.005, November 2014- April 2015.
Our task is to prepare an ILLUSTRATIVE COUNTRY STUDy ON HOW PERFORMANCE OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR IS AFFECTED BY INTEGRITY AND TRUST. In addition, we contribute to policy recommendation at EU level.