An International Study of News People in the Digital Age
Edited By Susanne Fengler, Tobias Eberwein, Gianpietro Mazzoleni and Colin Porlezza
These questions were tackled in an international survey of 1,800 journalists in twelve European and two Arab states conducted by the EU-funded research project, «Media Accountability and Transparency in Europe» (MediaAcT). The results provide a solid empirical basis for the discussions taking place. This book advances research on media accountability and transparency, and also offers innovative perspectives for newsrooms, media policy-makers, and journalism educators. Its systematic comparative design makes it an unprecedented venture in international journalism studies.
Appendix: The Questionnaire of the MediaAcT Survey
AppendixThe Questionnaire of theMediaAcT Survey
Q1: What do you regard to be a problem about journalism in [country]?
Please rate on a scale from 1 (This is not a problem) to 5 (This is a major problem).
Q2: Please evaluate the following statements.
Please rate on a scale from 1 (I totally disagree) to 5 (I fully agree).
Q3: Please evaluate your support for the following statements.
Please rate on a scale from 1 (I don’t support) to 5 (I fully support)
News outlets should …
… publish its mission statement.
… publish a code of ethics. ← 290 | 291 →
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