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A Study on the Influences of Participation Government's Press Policy on Practices in Beats (참여정부의 출입처 제도의 변화가 취재 관행에 미친 영향에 관한 연구)

  • Song, Yee-Ho;Lee, Sahang-Shik
    • Korean journal of communication and information
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    • v.40
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    • pp.114-149
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    • 2007
  • This study aims to examine how practices in beats have changed before and after the opening of press rooms and the operation of the briefing system. This research conducted in-depth interviews with 19 beat reporters and government officials. In conclusion, results showed that the Participation Government's press policy had a significant influence on practices in the press room. The opening of the press room and the operation of the briefing system contributed to the improvement of several bad practices in beats. However, some negative aspects of the briefing system were found in the research. Beat reporters' interviews were limited, thus threatening citizens' rights to know.

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A Study on the Specialism and Professionalism of Journalists: A MERS-CoV Case (기자 경력 및 기자 전문성에 따른 취재활동 분석 - 메르스 취재를 중심으로 -)

  • Jeon, Hyoungjoon
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.14 no.10
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    • pp.381-391
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    • 2016
  • This study analyzed the reporting activities of journalists who covered MERS-CoV in 2015. Twenty-one reporters were interviewed to investigate their differences in reporting. They were categorized into four small groups based on their specialism and professionalism. Some specialist reporters answered that they acknowledged the first MERS patient through an external source. A few special reporters contacted foreign experts for further information and one of them answered that she read academic articles on MERS to verify governmental announcements. Specialist reporter groups and the other groups showed difference when they were asked the situation they felt something was going wrong in governmental communication: Many specialist reporters pointed out the outbreak of a patient from out of the monitoring people, but many general reporters emphasized the policy of the government not to reveal the name of hospitals that the outbreaks happened.

How "Covid-19" Affected Reporters' News Coverage?: Focusing on Reporters' Perception of Changes in Work Environment Before and After the Pandemic (코로나 19는 기자들의 취재관행에 어떤 영향을 주었나?: 팬데믹 전후의 근무형태 변화에 대한 기자 인식을 중심으로)

  • Yang, Young-Yu
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.21 no.5
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    • pp.11-21
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    • 2021
  • The purpose of this study is to explore and analyze how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the reporting practices and news production of the reporters working with Korean media over the past one year. To this end, this study has conducted in-depth interviews with reporters working with daily newspapers, news agencies, and broadcasting companies. The analysis of the interviews resulted in the following generalizations. The reporters are working at home, which was never experienced before the Covid-19 pandemic, and they have difficulties in covering their reporting beats because they have little or no access to contact points. The reporters rely heavily on indirect coverage and online briefings via phones or SNS because they have difficulties in meeting news sources in person. As a result, the diversity of news contents and the media's on-site monitoring functions has been severely weakened. In addition, the reporters have no chances to both exchange ideas with fellow reporters and to transfer the know-how of collecting news items to their juniors. This paper has also discussed the disruption of practices that the ongoing Covid-19 has brought to the media ecosystem from a variety of perspectives.

A Study on the Environment, Problems, and Improvement Measures of War Reporting by Korean Press (한국 언론의 전쟁취재 여건과 문제점 및 개선방안 연구)

  • Lee, Chang-Ho;Lee, Young-Mi;Jung, Jong-Suk;Kim, Yong-Kil
    • Korean journal of communication and information
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    • v.40
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    • pp.80-113
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    • 2007
  • This study aims to describe the brief history of war reporting by Korea press and investigate the problems and reform measures of war coverage suggested by journalists who have experienced and covered the war. Although Korea press had 50 year war reporting history, it lacks knowhow about war reporting and systematic support for war coverage. Its main reason is that Korea press tend to dispatch war correspondents habitually without training them sufficiently. In addition, war journalists cover the war based on their environment and personal experiences. Dispatching journalists who have few experiences in war reporting to conflict region is another problem of war reporting by Korean press. To overcome these problems, Korea press need to manage journalists' pool who are well informed of or accustomed to Islam culture and region. Cultivating experts who are familiar with international issues or troubles are also necessary for vivid war reporting.

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The Effects of Differences in Perceptions Regarding Principles of Journalism and Political Identity on Journalists' Psychological Burnout (취재보도 원칙과 정치성향에 대한 인식 차이가 기자의 심리적 탈진에 미치는 영향)

  • Baek, Kanghui
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.19 no.6
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    • pp.24-32
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    • 2019
  • This study examines the extent to which the differences in perceptions regarding principles of journalism and political identity between journalists and their news organizations are related to journalists' psychological burnout. To understand this, this study analyzes the secondary data of the 2017 South Korean journalists' consciousness conducted by the Korean Press Foundation. Psychological burnout consists of three subdimensions of MBI-GS: cynicism, lack of professional efficacy, and exhaustion. The differences in perceptions regarding the principles of journalism between journalists and their affiliated news organizations is measured by the differences in each of the seven reporting principles. This study found that the larger the difference in the perception of objectivity between journalists and their affiliated news organizations, the more likely they were to experience cynicism, lack of professional efficacy, and exhaustion. The greater the difference in political identity between journalists and their own organization, the more likely they were to have greater cynicism and exhaustion.

A Study on Newspaper Reporter's Information-Seeking Patterns (취재환경 변화에 따른 기자의 정보추구행태 연구)

  • Jang Seon-Hwa
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.39 no.3
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    • pp.165-182
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    • 2005
  • This study examines the changed information-gathering environment of these days has indeed changed the patterns of reporters in their information seeking efforts. For the study, two groups of reporters were surveyed. The first group consists of 9 senior-level reporters working for daily papers with 15 years or more of journalism career, the second group 11 junior reporters who have been in the industry for less than 10 years. The surveying of these reporters has indicated significant change in their patterns of information-seeking endeavor, the dominant trend changing from reporters' putting an emphasis on off-the record types of information through person-to-person contacts to their new focus on made-public information. The senior-level reporters, identify person-to-person contacts as most valuable sources for information and take meetings with their contacts as providing critical opportunities for information-gathering. On the other hand, this examination has found junior reporters to be spending more time in collecting made-public information and paying more attention to acquiring a higher level of professionalism and greater analytical abilities. In short, this study confirms the ever-rising importance of making available a wider range of information for reporters.

에너지 기행 - 기자의 눈으로 바라본 유럽의 인공태양 'JET'

  • Im, Eun-Hui
    • 핵융합뉴스레터
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    • pp.22-23
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    • 2010
  • 대덕연구개발특구의 대표적인 언론사인 <대덕넷>의 임은희 기자. 그녀가 작년 8월경에 유럽이 자랑하는 인공태양 'JET'를 보유한 영구의 컬햄연구소를 방문했다. 평소 KSTAR를 취재했던 과학전문기자의 한 사람으로서 그녀가 느꼈던 컬햄연구소의 모습은 어떠했을까.

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제2기 대학생 명예기자 선발-생생한 캠퍼스 현장 알림꾼

  • Park, So-Hui
    • 베이커리
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    • no.6
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    • pp.166-167
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    • 2006
  • 월간 <베이커리>제2기 대학생 명예기자가 전국의 12개 대학의 제과제빵 관련학과 추천으로 선발됐다 지난 5월 4일 (사)대한제과협회 중앙회 사무실에서 제 2기 대학생 명예기자 오리엔테이션이 열렸다. 명예기자들은 앞으로 1년동안 캠퍼스 현장의 소식과 지역마다 열리는 제과제빵 관련 행사 등을 취재해 월간 <베이커리>에 기사를 게재하게 된다.

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소개합니다 - 오리데이(52 Day) 특집 2010년 오리마을 회원사 취재 리뷰!

  • 한국오리협회
    • Monthly Duck's Village
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    • pp.99-107
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    • 2011
  • 5월 2일, 오리데이가 돌아왔다! 오리데이를 기념하여 협회에서는 2010년 한 해 동안 오리마을에 소개된 우리 회원사들의 소식을 간략하게 편집하여 재구성하였다. 월간 오리마을 "소개합니다"는 축산신문 이희영기자가 직접 회원사들을 취재하여 작성한 글을 바탕으로 게재되고 있다. 이번 달 '소개합니다'에서는 월별로 총 지면 4page에 소개됐던 회원사들의 이모저모를 알짜배기 핵심만 엮었다. 지난 2010년 13곳의 회원사들의 행적과 이희영기자의 발걸음을 리뷰 해본다.

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