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2011, br. 132, str. 11-23
Niske plate i visoka tehnologija - novinari i novinarstvo u Srbiji
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet političkih nauka
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U ovom tekstu se razmatraju osnovni nalazi istraživanja 'Profesija na raskršću - novinarstvo na pragu informacionog društva', koje je realizovao Centar za medije i medijska istraživanja Fakultet političkih nauka u Beogradu u periodu od jula 2010. do juna 2011. godine. Cilj projekta je bio da istraži društvene, ekonomske i tehnološke odlike novinarske zajednice u Srbiji, kao i njene kapacitete da odgovori na izazove sa kojima se profesija suočava u uslovima globalnih medijskih promena i domaćih tranzicionih procesa. Rezultati istraživanja upućuju na zaključak da je novinarstvo u Srbiji u svojevrsnom vakuumu i da, zaglavljeno između odložene tranzicije i informacionog društva, veoma sporo mobiliše svoje resurse kao odgovor na dolazeće profesionalne izazove.
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jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
DOI: 10.5937/kultura1132011M
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 29.11.2011.

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