컴북스플랫폼 시즌원. 아티클 서비스
Understanding Journalism in Korea
ISBN : 9791130435190
지은이 : 강형철ㆍ채영길 외 13명
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쪽수 : 452 Pages
판형 : 152*223mm
발행일 : 2015년 7월 27일


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책 소개
Not only journalism but also all other academic fields will be able to enhance their value when they are able to embrace more of the world and a full range of generations. Most scholars agree that we need to get rid of the strong tendency in academia for analytical research to be concentrated in America or Western Europe. However, realistically, the theoretical prospect of covering a variety of cases from different regions is not easy, because of language barriers. This book attempts to make a tiny contribution in building general theories in the field of journalism by introducing the phenomena of one region, Korea. We hope this book will act as a starting point for enabling other social scholars to get to know about Korean cases and to expand academic exchange through their research results.
The contributors are members of the Broadcast Journalism Research Unit of KABS (Korean Association for Broadcasting and Telecommunication Studies).

지은이 소개
Hyung-Cheol Kang
Professor, School of Communication & Media, Sookmyung University

Pil-Mo Jung
Senior Journalist, KBS

Seung-Sun Lee
Professor, Chungnam National University

Jung-Kun Pae
Professor, School of Communication & Media, Sookmyung University

Seog-Tae Shim
Adjunct Professor, Sogang Law School

June Woong Rhee
Professor, Dept. of Communication, Seoul National University

Myung-Koo Kang
Professor and Director, Asia Center and Department of Communication, Seoul National University

Hoon Shim
Professor, School of Communications, Hallym University

Youngchul Yoon
Professor, Dept. of Communication, Yonsei University

Yung-Ho Im
Professor, Dept. of Communication, Pusan National University

Sae-Eun Kim
Professor, Dept. of Journalism & Mass Communication, Kangwon National University

Yisook Choi
Professor, Dept. of Sociology, Dong-A University

Young-Jae Choi
Professor, School of Communications, Hallym University

Young-Gil Chae
Professor, Media & Communication Dvision, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
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Hyung-Cheol Kang
Professor, School of Communication & Media, Sookmyung University

차례
Part I Interventions and Press Freedom
01 The Essential Problems of Korean Broadcast Journalism as Seen through the Perspective of Restriction on Media
02 Media Law and Regulations: Legal Issues of Freedom of Expression
03 Creation and Changes of Dependency Between Daily Newspapers and Conglomerate Advertisers: From the Perspective of Resource Dependency Theory
04 Alternative Media in Korea: From OhmyNews to Newstapa

Part II Values and Ethics of Journalism
05 Tendentiousness of Korean Journalism and the Problem of “the Distinction between Facts and Opinions”
06 Does Patriotism in Journalism Matter?: The Korean Hunmin Public Sphere
07 Understanding of Confucianism Behavior Ethics from the Viewpoint of Journalism Philosophy with Emphasis on Text from the Analects
08 Democracy and the Politics of Media Reform

Part III News and News People
09 Towards a New Professional Journalism in Korea: Issues in the Career Models and Structures
10 Life History of Dismissed Journalists: With a Focus on the Dong-A Committee for Free Press
11 Gendered News Production and Women Journalists in Korea: A Historical Approach
12 Routinization and Transformations in Television News Formats in Korea: A Comparative Study of Four Nations’ TV News
13 Rethinking Multicultural Social Change: Immigrant Media and the Diasporic Public Sphere in Korea

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