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The aim of the course is provides a basic introduction to journalism and media studies and to demonstrate: (1) The importance of role of public service broadcasting, (2) How to verify information from different types of media, (3) How to deal with fake news and alternative facts in the era of social media in the post-truth society.
Mainstream media, public and commercial media as well as smart environments and digital applications are surrounding us. More than ever is discuss the importance of relevance information. This course is an essential practical and theoretical guide to the necessary practical knowledge and critical thinking skills for our digital world. Teachers and experts from the field of public media service will show students how they can search for verified information and describe why is necessary to have a public media broadcasting. Crucial questions are: Is it possible to recognize trustworthy and serious from untrustworthy and unreliable sources/types of media? What media literacy strategies can be used in the information jungle? Do facts matter anymore? Are tweets more influential than public service broadcasting? Are we living in a bubble of propaganda and misinformation? Why is public broadcasting so important in present society and media market? To what extent do leaks have a negative impact on the media and society? The class summarizes the current media situation in general and the ways they work with information in particular. Keywords:
Alternative facts, fact checking, fake news, mainstream media, public media service, public media broadcasting, media literacy, post-truth politics, social media, society.
Journalism: theory, practice, and criticism (recommended journal)
GRAY, Jonathan; BOUNEGRU, Liliana; CHAMBERS, Lucy. 2012. The data journalism hanbook. Sebastopol: O’Reilly Media.
Digital Journalism (recommended journal)
SILVERMAN, Craig. 2014. Verification Handbook: A definite guide to verifying digital content for emergency coverage. European Journalism Centre.
ATTKISSON, Sharyl. The smear : how shady political operatives and fake news control what you see, what you think, and how you vote. First edition. New York: Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins publishers, 2017. 294 stran. ISBN 9780062468161. info
LEVITIN, Daniel J. Weaponized lies : how to thingk critically in the post-truth era. First edition. Dutton: Penguin Books, 2017. xviii, 294. ISBN 9780241312421. info
FOREMAN, Gene. The ethical journalist : making responsible decisions in the digital age. Second edition. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell, 2016. xx, 396. ISBN 9781119031734. info
GUTSCHE, Robert E. Media control : news as an institution of power and social control. First published. New York: Bloomsbury, 2015. x, 383. ISBN 9781501320132. info
PERNISCO, Nick. Practical media literacy : an essential guide to the critical thinking skills for our digital world. 2nd edition, revised, update. Los Angeles: Understand media, 2015. 250 stran. ISBN 9781511891363. info
Finding the right place on the map : Central and Eastern European media change in a global perspective. Edited by Karol Jakubowicz - Miklós Sükösd. Chicago: Intellect Books, 2008. 301 s. ISBN 9781841501932. info
CHOMSKY, Noam. Media control : the spectacular achievements of propaganda. 2nd ed. New York: Seven Stories Press, 2002. 103 p. ISBN 1583225366. info