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Epp Lauk, PhD, professor of journalism at the Department of Communication, University of Jyväskylä, Visiting Bonnier Professor at the Department of Journalism, Media and Communication, University of Stockholm, part-time Senior Researcher at the Institute of Journalism and Communication, University of Tartu, Chairperson of the Estonian Press Council (EPC). Research interests: professionalization of journalism and journalism cultures in comparative perspective; journalism history and biographical-historical journalism research; media development in Eastern and Central Europe. Publications: The Burden of Remembering: Recollections and Representations of the Twentieth Century. Helsinki 2009 (ed. with E. Kõresaar & K. Kuutma); Reflections on Changing Patterns of Journalism in the New EU Countries. In: Journalism Studies 10, 1/2009, pp. 69 – 84; How will it all unfold? Media systems and journalism cultures in post-Communist countries. In: K. Jakubowicz/M. Sükösd (ed.): Finding the Right Place on the Map. Bristol 2008, pp. 193 – 212.
PUBLIKATIONEN IM HERBERT VON HALEM VERLAG
Tobias Eberwein / Susanne Fengler / Epp Lauk / Tanja Leppik-Bork (Hrsg.)Mapping Media Accountability – in Europe and Beyond
While press councils face tough challenges across Europe, and media reporting has almost vanished from the mass media in many countries in a time of media crisis, new forms of media accountability have emerged in the Internet: readers and viewers twitter about the media’s mistakes, online ombudsmen follow up on ...