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Arielle Emmett, an educator and veteran journalist, has joined the JMSC as a visiting professor this semester, teaching a course in online journalism to Master of Journalism students. She will also be conducting research on global media literacy.
Social media allows censors in China to extend their reach farther than ever before, according to JMSC associate professor and media researcher Miklos Sukosd. “On the one hand, Chinese social…
The Journalism and Media Studies Centre has launched a pioneering project, "The Hong Kong Transparency Report," to track the Hong Kong Government’s requests for Internet user data and content removal. The website, which was launched in September with support from Google Inc., will also track how many such requests are acceded to by the Internet companies, and will examine the implications for government accountability and personal privacy that these requests might have.
Understanding China Through Media: From 1949 onwards 18大後的中國，已進入「習李時代」。新領導層就任後的頭一年，中國社會現狀如何？中國將向何處去？知往方可鑒來。
Beijing: The City of Changes (Swedish title: Peking- Förändringarnas stad), a book by JMSC alumnus Jojje Olsson (MJ, 2010), was released on September 3 by the Stockholm-based publishing house Laurella & Wallin förlag. The…
The Journalism and Media Studies Centre’s global reach has now extended into the remote Himalayas, with six students from Nepal and one from Bhutan included in this year’s dazzlingly diverse…
JMSC professor Kevin Sites spent his summer the way he has spent much of his professional life – swimming with warlords, having his life threatened, nearly getting hit in a mortar attack,…
Incoming students of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre got their journalism training off to an early start in mid-August, covering the IB World Student Conference in real time. The…