Journalistic Cultures, Moscow


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Tomorrow, I'll be heading to Russia to speak at Moscow State University for a Journalism conference. Here's the programme.

The 3rd International Media Readings in Moscow
Mass Media and Communications – 2011

JOURNALISTIC CULTURES:
FACING SOCIAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES

CONFERENCE PROGRAM 

November 10, 2011 (Thursday)

Registration / Coffee
14.00

Round Table
(Russian Language)
16.00-18.00
Room 103
Moderators Dr. Olga Minaeva / Dr. Irina Prokhorova

To the 300th Anniversary of Mikhailo Lomonosov, the Founder of MSU

Session 1-1
16.00-18.00
Room Newsroom
Moderator Dr. Józef Kloch

Religious Impact on Journalism Cultures

A SPOKESMAN OF A CHURCH INSTITUTION AS A COMMUNICATOR, INTERPRETER AND NEGOTIATOR OF CHURCH’S REALITY IN THE ERA OF SOCIAL MEDIA
Monika Przybysz, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Poland

RELIGION IN PUBLIC LIFE OF RUSSIA TODAY
Roman Lunkin, Woodrow Wilson International Center, Washington, D.C., USA
Institute of Europe, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

THE JOURNALIST ETHOS AND BIBLE PROFANATION
Józef Kloch, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, Poland

RELIGIOUS ETHOS AND JOURNALISM ETHICS: RUSSIAN CONTEXT
Victor Khroul, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

COMMEMORATIONS: THE BATTLE OVER MEMORY
Mihai Coman, Universite Stendhal, Grenoble3, France
College of Journalism and Mass Communication, Bucarest University, Romania

FAIRNESS AND ACCURACY IN WRITING ABOUT RELIGION - TOO HARD A TASK?
Anna Danilova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

MEDIA EVANGELISATION AS A TECHNICAL MEDIATISATION OF RELIGION
Daria Klimenko, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

Session 1-2 (Russian Language)
16.00-18.00
Room 333
Moderator Prof. Svetlana Balmaeva 

ЖУРНАЛИСТ, СМИ И ДОВЕРИЕ ОБЩЕСТВА
JOURNALIST, MEDIA AND THE SOCIETY’S TRUST
Алла Александровна Ширяева, МГУ имени М. В. Ломоносова (Alla Shiryaeva, Lomonosov Moscow State University)

СОВРЕМЕННАЯ ЖУРНАЛИСТИКА: РЕВОЛЮЦИЯ ЦЕННОСТЕЙ?
MODERN JOURNALISM: REVOLUTION OF VALUES?
Татьяна Ивановна Фролова, МГУ им. М. В. Ломоносова (Tatiana Frolova, Lomonosov Moscow State University)

ЦЕНТР И РЕГИОНЫ РОССИИ В МОДЕЛИРОВАНИИ МЕДИАСИСТЕМЫ
RUSSIAN FEDERAL CENTER AND REGIONS IN MEDIA SYSTEM MODELLING
Юрий Михайлович Ершов, Томский государственный университет (Yury Ershov, Tomsk State University)

ФОРМИРОВАНИЕ НОВЫХ СТАНДАРТОВ ПРОФЕССИОНАЛЬНОЙ КУЛЬТУРЫ ЖУРНАЛИСТОВ В ТРАНСФОРМИРУЮЩИХСЯ ПРАВОВОМ ПОЛЕ И КОРПОРАТИВНОЙ СРЕДЕ
FORMING NEW STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONAL CULTURE FOR JOURNALISTS IN TRANSFORMING LAW AND CORPORATE ENVIRONMENT
Сергей Павлович Булах, Дальневосточный федеральный университет (Sergey Bulakh, Dalnevostochny Federal University) 

ЭТИКА ФОТОЖУРНАЛИСТИКИ: ОБЛАСТЬ МОРАЛЬНОГО И ПРАВОВОГО РЕГУЛИРОВАНИЯ
ETHICS OF PHOTO JOURNALISM: FIELDS OF MORAL AND LAW REGULATION
Алексей Маслов, Воронежский государственный университет (Alexey Maslov, Voronezh State University)

INSTANT PUBLISHING: РАСШИРЕНИЕ ПРОСТРАНСТВА МЕДИА
INSTANT PUBLISHING: EXPANDING MEDIA SPACE
Владимир Владимирович Харитонов, Гуманитарный университет Екатеринбурга (Vladimir Kharitonov, Humanitarian University in Ekaterinburg) 

Session 1-3 (Poster Session)
14.00-18.00
By the Registration Desk

Excursions
18.30

November 11, 2011 (Friday)

Opening Ceremony and Welcome Addresses to the Conference Participants
9.30-9.40
Room 232

Session 2
(Plenary – English Language / Synch. Translation)
9.40-11.30
Room 232
Moderator Prof. Elena Vartanova

Yassen N. Zassoursky, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

GLOBAL JOURNALISTS: WHAT DO WE KNOW AND WHAT SHOULD WE KNOW?
David H. Weaver, Indiana University, U.S.A.

ACCOUNTING FOR DIVERSITY IN JOURNALISM CULTURES
Thomas Hanitzsch, University of Munich, Germany

POLISH JOURNALISTS TWO DECADES AFTER THE COMMUNISM
Prof. Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska, University of Wrocław, Poland

REINVENTING COMMUNICATION: FROM SAGAS TO TWITTS
Andrey Korotkov, State Institute of International Affairs (University), Russia

Coffee Break
11.30-12.00

Session 3
(Plenary – Russian Language / Synch. Translation)
12.00-13.30
Room 232
Moderator Prof. Boris Lozovsky 

ЖУРНАЛИСТИКА В УСЛОВИЯХ ИНСТИТУЦИОНАЛЬНОГО КРИЗИСА
JOURNALISM UNDER INSTITUTIONAL CRISIS
Светлана Дашиевна Балмаева, Гуманитарный университет Екатеринбурга (Svetlana Balmaeva, Humanitarian University in Ekaterinburg)

ПРОФЕССИОНАЛЬНАЯ КУЛЬТУРА И ПРОФЕССИОНАЛЬНОЕ СООБЩЕСТВО: МЕХАНИЗМЫ ВЗАИМОДЕЙСТВИЯ
(PROFESSIONAL CULTURE AND PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY: MECHANISMS OF INTERACTION)
Иосиф Михайлович Дзялошинский, Национальный исследовательский университет «Высшая школа экономики» (Josef Dzyaloshynsky, National Research University – The Higher School of Economics)

СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ТЕХНОЛОГИЧЕСКИЕ ОСОБЕННОСТИ РАБОТЫ РЕДАКЦИЙ МЕЖДУНАРОДНОЙ ГАЗЕТНОЙ ГРУППЫ METRO И ИХ ВЛИЯНИЕ НА РЕДАКЦИОННУЮ КУЛЬТУРУ
MODERN WORKING TECHNICS FOR NEWSROOMS OF METRO INTERNATIONAL AND THEIR IMPACT ON NEWSROOM CULTURE
Борис Васильевич Коношенко, Генеральный директор-шеф редактор газеты Metro Москва (Boris Konoshenko, CEO/Editor-in-Chief Metro Moscow)

РЕГИОНАЛЬНЫЕ СМИ РОССИИ: МУЛЬТИМЕДИА И ЭКОНОМИКА
REGIONAL MEDIA IN RUSSIA: MULTIMEDIA AND ECONOMICS
Валерий Викторович Бакшин, Дальневосточный федеральный университет (Valery Bakshin, Dalnevostochny Federal University)

К ПРОБЛЕМЕ ТРАНСОФРМАЦИИ РЕГИОНАЛЬНЫХ  МЕДИАКУЛЬТУР В СОВРЕМЕННОЙ РОССИИ: ЛОКАЛИЗАЦИЯ  ИЛИ ГЛОБАЛИЗАЦИЯ?
TRANSFORMATION OF REGIONAL MEDIACULTURES IN MODERN RUSSIA: LOCALIZATION OR GLOBALIZATION?
Александр Валентинович Чернов, Гуманитарный институт Череповецкого государственного университета (Alexander Chernov, Cherepovets State University)

Lunch
13.30-14.30

Session 4
Presentations of the European Journalism Research Groups
14.30-15.30
Room 232
Moderator Dr. Maria Anikina 

EUROPEAN JOURNALISM OBSERVATORY
Natasha Fioretti

THE WORLDS OF JOURNALISM STUDY
Thomas Hanitzsch 

JOURNALISM IN CHANGE - PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTIC CULTURES IN RUSSIA, POLAND AND SWEDEN
Gunnar Nygren

Session 5-1
15.40-17.10
Room 333
Moderator Dr. Anastasia Alekseeva

SOCIOLOGICAL CULTURE AS THE ESSENTIAL ELEMENT OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTIC CULTURE
Maria Anikina, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

MOTIVATION BEHIND THE USE OF SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES AMONG YOUTH IN INDIA
Khattri Neeraj, Trinity Institute of Professional Studies, India

A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF SOCIO-CULTURAL IMPACT OF NEW MEDIA ON USERS IN INDIA
Usha Rani Narayana, University of Mysore, India

JOURNALISM IN AN INNOVATION SOCIETY – A NEW ONTOLOGICAL STATUS?
Marina Shilina, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia 

ETHICS IN JOURNALISM AND SOCIAL VALUES IN A PERIOD OF SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION
Inessa Filatova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

Session 5-2
15.40-17.10
Room 103
Moderator Dr. Thomas Hanitzch

JOURNALISM IN CHANGE – PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTIC CULTURES IN RUSSIA, POLAND AND SWEDEN
Gunnar Nygren, Södertörn University, Sweden

THE IMPORTANCE OF JOURNALISTIC COMPETENCES FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES
Carmen Koch, Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), Institute of Applied Media Studies (IAM)
Vinzenz Wyss, Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), Institute of Applied Media Studies (IAM) 

MEASURING PRESS DIFFERENCES: AN UPDATE
Xu Xiaoge, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

THE INSTITUTIONAL ROLE OF JOURNALISM IN THE CONTEXT OF THE CAMPAIGN FUNDING CRISIS IN FINLAND
Sinikka Torkkola, University of Tampere, Finland
Anne Koski, University of Tampere, Finland

Session 6-1
17.20-18.50
Room 333
Moderator Annina Stoffel

FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION OF JAPANESE JOURNALISM IN THE INTERNET AGE
Watanabe Takesato, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan

JOURNALISM RELOADED – OR WHAT JOURNALISTS NEED FOR THE FUTURE
Alexandra Stark, MAZ – The Swiss School of Journalism, Switzerland

NEW GENERATION OF RUSSIAN JOURNALISTS: FROM DIGITAL ADVANCEMENT TO DIGITAL ADDICTION
Olga Smirnova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

NEW BRANDED MEDIA: THE FUTURE OF JOURNALISM
Anastasia Alekseeva, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

Session 6-2
17.20-18.50
Room 103
Moderator Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska

RUSSIAN AND SWEDISH JOURNALISTS – PROFESSIONAL ROLES, IDEALS AND DAILY REALITY
Elena Degtereva, Södertörn University, Sweden, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
Gunnar Nygren, Södertörn University, Sweden

TRANSFORMING JOURNALISTIC CULTURES IN RUSSIA: RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE
Maria Anikina, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

RUSSIAN JOURNALISM AS A SOCIAL LIFT
Svetlana Pasti, University of Tampere, Finland

DIFFERENT JOURNALISTIC CULTURES AND THE NATIONAL IDENTITY IN LATVIA
Ainars Dimants, School of Business Administration Turiba, Latvia 

Dinner
19.00
November 12, 2011 (Saturday)

Session 7
Plenary
(English Language / Synch. Translation)
9.30-11.30
Room 232
Moderator Dr. Mikhail Makeenko 

RUSSIAN JOURNALISM; THE CLASH OF PROFESIONAL CULTURES
Elena Vartanova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

THE LONG PASSAGE OF HISTORY: THE EVOLUTION OF PROFESSIONALISM AMONG JOURNALISTS AND THEIR INTERNATIONAL CONTACTS
Kaarle Nordenstreng, University of Tampere, Finland

MEDIA ETHICS IN AN AGE OF CONTROVERSY AND CONFUSION
Clifford Christians, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

CRISIS OF THE FOURTH ESTATE AND RISE OF THE FIFTH ESTATE
Gregory Simons, Uppsala University, Sweden

SOCIAL MEDIA: CITIZEN JOURNALISM AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES Andy Miah, University of the West of Scotland 

Coffee Break
11.30-12.00

Session 8-1
12.00-13.50
Room 103
Moderator Dr. Greg Simons

ARE JOURNALISTS REALLY THAT DIFFERENT? A COMPARATIVE LOOK AT THE DEMOGRAPHICS, ROLES AND VALUES OF JOURNALISTS AROUND THE WORLD
David H. Weaver, Indiana University, U.S.A.

BETWEEN NEWS DESKS, SOCIAL NETWORKS AND CLICK COUNTS – CATALYSTS OF CHANGE IN SWISS JOURNALISM
Vinzenz Wyss, Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), Institute of Applied Media Studies (IAM)
Annina Stoffel, Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), Institute of Applied Media Studies (IAM) 

AUTONOMY AND JOURNALISTIC CULTURE THREATS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Jöran Hök, Södertörn University, Sweden

NEWS CONTENT SHARING IN CONVERGENT AUSTRALIAN NEWSROOMS: THE ETHICS OF ONLINE REUSE CULTURE
Tim Dwyer, University of Sydney, Australia

POLISH JOURNALISTS AND NEW MEDIA: MAINTAINING PROFESSIONALISM OR DEPROFESSIONALIZATION?
Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska, University of Wrocław, Poland
Michał Głowacki, University of Warsaw, Poland

Session 8-2
12.00-13.50
Room 333
Moderator Dr. Galina Perypechina

PUBLIC DISCUSSION AS A HOLISTIC POLISUBJECT TEXT
Irina Fomicheva, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENT OF DOCUMENTARY CINEMA THROUGH THE MEANS OF INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM
Renate Cane, School of Business Administration Turiba, Latvia

RADIO EKHO MOSKVY AS A PHENOMENON OF CONTEMPORARY BROADCASTING JOURNALISM
Ludmila Bolotova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
EkaterinaBolotova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia 

JOURNALISTIC CULTURE OF THE RUSSIAN TV POLITICAL OBSERVERS: CONDITIONS FOR FORMATION
Yulia Dolgova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

TRAGEDY ON THE RUSSIAN TV SCREEN'11: ETHICAL AND NORMATIVE ASPECTS
Yuliya Yakusheva, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

SPECIFIC FEATURES OF MULTIMEDIA CONTENT IN JOURNALISM
Diana Kulchitskaya, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

Closing Remarks
14.00-14.20
Room 232

Lunch
14.30

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