Cross-media journalism

Дяченко, Марина Василівнва (2019) Cross-media journalism [Teaching Resource]

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Abstract

The purpose of the course: to motivate and update the new approach to training future journalists based on the formation of cross-media competence in them. In contemporary processes of interaction, media unification opens new opportunities for information dissemination, and journalism in these processes plays one of the leading roles, it defines the content and technological components of the professional activity of the modern journalist. The main tasks of studying the discipline "Cross-media journalism" are: - to provide an understanding of the dynamism of journalistic creativity related to the individual and mental qualities of the individual: literary ability, perfect language skills, intelligence, social responsibility, memory, thinking, search for ideas, emotional stability, self-control, etc .; - develop a deep understanding of the relationship between the journalist's profession and the model of the modern world, the sphere of global information flows; - to promote understanding of the relations that exist between the phenomena, to determine their causes, to evaluate their significance, to predict their development; - to acquaint with the basic genre-forming factors; - to study the modern genre palette, "modified" and new sustainable types of publications; - create a multimedia story based on the principle of converting it into different formats of information platforms.

Item Type: Teaching Resource
Uncontrolled Keywords: types of publications; forecasting development; formats of information platforms; modern genre palette;
Subjects: Нормативні документи > Робочі програми навчальних дисциплін
Divisions: Institutes > Інститут журналістики > Кафедра журналістики та нових медіа
Depositing User: Лаборант Вікторія Євгенівна Фещенко
Date Deposited: 14 Nov 2019 11:27
Last Modified: 14 Nov 2019 11:27
URI: http://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/28698

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