THE 2014 JERAA CONFERENCE

24 NOVEMBER 2014: JERAA pre-conference workshops, UTS, Sydney: This day will feature workshops on coding, basic data visualisation and social media for both academic and journalistic research.

25-27 NOVEMBER 2014: JERAA Conference, UTS, Sydney: Tuesday to Thursday will be the conference proper. Speakers will include Andy Carvin, Mark Deuze, Mia Garlick, Libby Lester, Kate McClymont, Denis Muller, Cindy Royal and Barbie Zelizer. For further information, contact Jenna Price at UTS.

27-29 NOVEMBER 2014: AUT, Auckland: Pacific Journalism Review's 20th anniversary conference. Draft program.

4-5 DECEMBER 2014: JEANZ Conference, Canterbury University, Christchurch.

8-10 JULY 2015: ANZCA Conference, Queenstown. The 2015 ANZCA Conference theme will be 'Rethinking Communication Space and Identity'. See http://anzca2015.wordpress.com

 

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JERAA condemns jailing of Al -Jazeera jouralists

STATEMENT IN SUPPORT OF JOURNALISM EDUCATORS

 

JERAA strongly supports the rights of journalism educators to academic independence when they engage in teaching, research and community service. JERAA trusts in the professionalism of journalism academics in educating students and society about journalism.

Journalism education prepares people to work in the news media and related industries, including mainstream, alternative and emerging media. Another core role is to prepare people to think critically about society in general, which includes media industries.

The principles of both higher education and journalism involve questioning, scrutinising and criticising the activities of major social institutions, which again include media industries. 

 

 

Link: The Australian Uni Degrees in Indoctrination

Link: Honi Soit Bit Rich for the Oz to Cry Indoctrination

Link: Students Aren't Passive Sponges

Link: Student indoctrination claim 'unethical and untrue', say media lecturers

Link: The Oz needn't beat up media lecturers - but thanks anyway

 

 

Why join the JERAA?

Members of the JERAA work to:

  • Raise the standard of teaching in journalism.
  • Collect and disseminate information about journalism education.
  • Develop closer relations with the mass media and professional associations.
  • Promote the views of the association.
  • Foster research.
  • Promote freedom of expression and communication.


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