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Research on the job stress of journalists and indicators of countermeasures -Focusing on daily newspaper reporters and journalists in area of Seoul- (언론인의 직무 스트레스와 대처방안 척도에 관한 연구 -서울지역 일간지 취재기자를 중심으로-)

  • Park, Saeng-Kyu;Cho, Sung-Je
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.14 no.12
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    • pp.6155-6162
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    • 2013
  • This study was conducted on daily news reporters working in Seoul to determine the factors/characteristics causing job stress and potential countermeasures. The survey was conducted by interviewing 170 daily news reporters who took part in the study from March 3rd to March 7th 2013. The analysis of the information was performed by frequency analysis, T-test and One-way ANOVA, correlation analysis etc. using the SPSS Win 21.0 program and the empirical analysis was verified at the 5% level of significance. First, the following results of the analysis were meaningful because current journalists and reporters showed reduced levels of stress when their job satisfaction was high. Secondary, smoking and art activity to alleviate their job stress were found to be strong stress countermeasures. Third, there were significant differences in those who had high levels of job stress and exhibited stronger ways of coping with it. This study affirms an alternative in basic policy, which can provide a working environment that helps journalists to perform their work proficiently and steadily.

Routinization of Producing Multicultural News and Cultural Politics of Gatekeeping (다문화 뉴스 제작 관행과 게이트키핑의 문화정치학)

  • Joo, Jaewon
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.14 no.10
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    • pp.472-485
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    • 2014
  • This study focuses on the news making system of the prime time news of PSB in Korean society, where the presence of ethnic minorities is increasing rapidly. Although the World Wide Web has become one of the most attractive media over the last decade, Korean PSB, Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), still remains the most popular and influential medium. Therefore, the process of analyzing news making system of ethnic minorities in Korean society represented in Korean PSB as a social construction is meaningful in that it provides an important key to understand the cultural and political background and characteristics of society. For this purpose, the article tries to understand news making process when producing news related to ethnic minorities in the Korean society such as migrant workers, married migrant women and mixed-heritage children of multicultural families by interview with ten reporters in KBS. As a result, most KBS reporters had stereotypes towards multiculturalism and migrants and news reports relating to ethnic minorities are usually produced routinely, using a set of rules that have become part of KBS culture.

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.

An Exploratory Study on Gotcha Journalism (가차 저널리즘(gotcha journalism), 탐색적 연구: 노무현정부 출범 이후 정치보도를 중심으로)

  • Kim, Dong-Yule
    • Korean journal of communication and information
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    • v.29
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    • pp.43-71
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    • 2005
  • The study attempts to introduce 'Gotcha Journalism' to the Korea journalism, research and analyze it. Gotcha journalism is the journalistic reporting attitude that the journalists repeatedly and intensively reports public figures, especially politicians' mistakes or happening. 'Gotcha' is abbreviation of "I got you", frequently used in the English and American culture. In order to get the goal of this study, several journalists who are currently working for Chosun, Joongang, Dong-a, Hangyore, Kyunghyang and Seoul, national covering daily newspapers. In addition, the reporters who work for KBS, MBC, and SBS were Interviewed. All journalists who have been worked more than 5 years at the politic department were selected as interviewees. Thus, Intensive interviews are prime source of this study. Based the result of the research, gotcha journalism is externally derived from obsessive interest of Korean people to politics. Internally, it is easy to report happening or mistakes rather than big argument or ideological agenda of the politicians as news for journalists and to catch readers. In addition, the competition with advertising income accelerates this situation. And gotcha journalistic reporting behavior or attitude highly relates to political propensity of the newspapers or broadcastings. Especially some of the newspapers take gotcha journalism as a political struggling tool. It is appeared that another major cause for gotcha journalistic reporting behavior is customer-driven news production.

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A Study on the Conflict Between the Call for Journalists' Phone Records and the Shield Law: Focusing on the Review of Paragraph 2, Article 13 of the Act of Protection of the Secrecy of Correspondence (기자의 통화내역 조회와 취재원 보호 간의 갈등: 통신비밀보호법 제13조 제2항 논의를 중심으로)

  • Lee, Seung-Sun
    • Korean journal of communication and information
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    • v.25
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    • pp.103-133
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    • 2004
  • Korean citizens enjoy not only the freedom of communication but also the secrecy of electronic communication. Article 18 of the Constitution of the Republic of Korea prescribes that the secrecy of correspondence should not be infringed. Namely, all citizens enjoy guaranteed privacy of correspondence. But many people have been experiencing the infringement of those rights. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate whether Paragraph 2, Article 13 of the Act on Protection of the Secrecy of Correspondence infringes on the constitutional rights of privacy of electronic communication. The results of this study indicate that the law violates the Constitution. Paragraph 3, Article 12 (Personal Liberty, Personal Integrity) of the constitution stipulates that "Warrants issued by a judge through due process (upon the request of a prosecutor) have to be presented in case of arrest, detention, seizure, or search." However, prosecutors, the police, and National Intelligence Service have made numerous inquiries calling for the journalists' telephone records without warrants issued by a judge. So, this study suggests that the paragraph should be amended to be compatible with the Constitution. Meanwhile, journalists should make a more concerted effort to protect their news sources in exercising constitutionally protected freedom of the press.

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A Study on News Reporters' Information Seeking Behavior on the Web (기자직의 웹 정보탐색행위 연구)

  • Kwon, Hye-Jin;Jeong, Dong-Youl
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.45 no.2
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    • pp.325-344
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    • 2011
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the overall web information seeking behavior of news reporters and analyze its correlation with parameters that characterize information needs, preferred sources of information, information technology and internet use and satisfaction. For this purpose, a survey of205 news reporters working at domestic newspaper companies, including daily newspapers, magazines, and online newspapers was conducted. News reporters' primary purposes of seeking web information were to simply check facts and collect overall background information. Their information needs had close association with their position, media type, and familiarity with the internet, but with little association with gender, age, and reporting area.

Study of Trend of Reporting on GMO as a Convergence Technology: Focused on analyzing Articles in Major Domestic Daily Newspapers from 1994 to 2015 (융복합기술로서 GMO에 관한 보도경향연구: 1994~2015년까지 국내 주요일간지 기사분석을 중심으로)

  • Cho, Hang-Min
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.14 no.12
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    • pp.267-281
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    • 2016
  • This study analyzed the contents of articles on GMO in Chosun Ilbo and Hankyoreh from 1994 through 2015 to check the trend of reporting on GMO as a science and technology risk issue. As a result, 'risk' and 'anxiety/concern' were continuously treated as important subjects, and there was a lack of depth and journalist's professionalism in all three periods: 'Introduction of GMO technology (1994-2000)', 'Development of GMO technology (2001-2010)' and 'Social acceptance of GMO (2011-2015).' In a comparison between the media with different ideological goals, the Chosun Ilbo had a stronger new-technological inclination to GMO than the Hankyoreh in reporting topics and tones of arguments. As a result of checking the relation of the tones in reporting with the 'risk-benefit' of GMO, reports in negative tones underlined 'risk' while those in positive tones, 'benefit.' This study could suggest improvements of subject bias and unprofessionalism in the domestic science journalism, the barometer of public awareness of disputes over science and technology risk.

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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A Study on the Media Coverage of Public Issue: Focusing on Drinking-Water Issues (공적 이슈에 대한 미디어 보도 분석: 수돗물 관련 기사를 중심으로)

  • Kim, Sung-Tae;Lee, Chang-Ho
    • Korean journal of communication and information
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    • v.39
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    • pp.40-68
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    • 2007
  • Despite many efforts to improve water and publicize Arisu, ordinary citizens' distrust in water is still intense. This study aims to analyze how newspapers, television and internet media in Korea covered water-related news, focusing on the type of articles, themes, news sources, and news values. As a result, the mostly mentioned theme in the media was the discussion about suitability of water as a drinking water, followed by impurified water, governmental policy on water, coverage on the water pipe, and result of examination of water quality. Also among newspapers, broadcasting, and the internet, the internet medium showed the most negative tone in covering water. Stories written by journalists with expertise were less than 1% whereas stories by ordinary journalists were mostly found. In conclusion, to cover public issues like water desirably, it is necessary to bring up journalists with expertise in environmental issues, to diversify news sources, and to do investigative reporting rather than reporting appealing to audience's amusement.

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