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Croatia: Sensatilonalism and/or Fast Investigative Journalism - A Trend in Countries of Southeastern Europe?!


Vilović, Gordana
Croatia: Sensatilonalism and/or Fast Investigative Journalism - A Trend in Countries of Southeastern Europe?! // The Role of the Mass-Media and of the New Information and Communication Technologies in the Democratisation Process of Central and Eastern European Societies / Horga, Ioan and La Brosse, de Renaud (ur.).
Bruxelles: International Institute of Administrative Studies, 2002.


Naslov
Croatia: Sensatilonalism and/or Fast Investigative Journalism - A Trend in Countries of Southeastern Europe?!
(Investigative Journalism - A Trend in Countries of Southeastern Europe?!)

Autori
Vilović, Gordana

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, stručni

Knjiga
The Role of the Mass-Media and of the New Information and Communication Technologies in the Democratisation Process of Central and Eastern European Societies

Urednik/ci
Horga, Ioan and La Brosse, de Renaud

Izdavač
International Institute of Administrative Studies

Grad
Bruxelles

Godina
2002

Raspon stranica

ISBN
973-613-165-3

Ključne riječi
media, sensationalism, Croatia, Southeastern European countries, ethics, investigative journalism

Sažetak
The topic of the paper are some features of private, indipendent print media that were born together with democratic changes at the beginning of the nineties and have survived the last decade, regardless of wars, ethnical conflicts and clashes, cruelty of bussines practices and corruption. The use of long headlines (for example, even more than 29 words), "fast investigative journalism" with numerous unchecked facts, stories that have nothing in common with headlines, is a product of new democrasy that followed the fall of communism. The impoverished audience does not believe all stories the they find in such papers, but they are still ready to buy them each day/week. How long this tipe of journalism last? Why does it seem almost impossible to make a newsmagazine in accordance with practices of credible and professional standards of profession? Who is responsible for this negative trend? Journalists themselves or the nature of transition processes in countries with shortage of civil states functions?

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Sociologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
0015018

Ustanove
Fakultet političkih znanosti, Zagreb

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Vilović, Gordana
Croatia: Sensatilonalism and/or Fast Investigative Journalism - A Trend in Countries of Southeastern Europe?! // The Role of the Mass-Media and of the New Information and Communication Technologies in the Democratisation Process of Central and Eastern European Societies / Horga, Ioan and La Brosse, de Renaud (ur.).
Bruxelles: International Institute of Administrative Studies, 2002.
Vilović, G. (2002) Croatia: Sensatilonalism and/or Fast Investigative Journalism - A Trend in Countries of Southeastern Europe?!. U: Horga, Ioan and La Brosse, de Renaud (ur.) The Role of the Mass-Media and of the New Information and Communication Technologies in the Democratisation Process of Central and Eastern European Societies. Bruxelles, International Institute of Administrative Studies.
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