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Academics present research on female politicians in the press to MPs at Parliament

July 16, 2014 3:59 pm : AJE Updates, Featured
Female Conservative and Labour politicians receive more negative media coverage than their male counterparts, while female Liberal Democrats were generally ignored, new research has found. Research by Leeds Trinity journalism academic Deirdre O’Neill and partly funded by a grant from the AJE,  was hailed as an ‘important’ work by Mary Mcleod MP in her opening more »

Will Geeks Inherit the Newsroom?

June 16, 2014 11:10 pm : AJE Updates
Graduate employability was the main theme of the AJE Annual Conference, 2014 hosted by Liverpool John Moores University. Speakers included Angela Long, Dublin Institute of Technology, who examined  ‘Educating for a lifetime in journalism?’. The panel on internships and placements heard from NUJ vice president, Tim Dawson who said it was crucial to balance the more »

Prof Keeble Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

June 16, 2014 9:57 pm : AJE Updates
The AJE has awarded Prof. Richard Keeble its lifetime achievement award at its June conference. Keeble, who is professor of journalism at University of Lincoln, received the award from AJE Chair Prof Chris Frost. The award was set up to recognise ‘an outstanding and distinguished record in journalism education either through teaching, research, authorship or more »

Annual Conference Plug From Greenslade

June 5, 2014 4:43 pm : AJE Updates
The Guardian’s Roy Greenslade has give our Conference a mention in his Blog “The keynote speaker will be Stephen Shaw, the founder of Blippar, which calls itself “the image-recognition and augmented reality platform.” He will talk about what dynamic content can do for the future of journalism. Among the other speakers will be Ruth Stoker more »

Female Politicians paper hits the headlines

May 22, 2014 9:42 am : AJE Updates, Journalism-Education
An article in Journalism Education, Female politicians in the British press: The exception to the ‘masculine’ norm? by Deirdre O’Neil of Leeds Trinity University and Heather Savigney of Bournemouth University has been hitting the headlines recently. Picked up by both the Financial Times and the New Statesman the paper spells out the approach to female more »

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External Examiner, MA Magazine Journalism, University of Central Lancashire

Closing date: February 2014 School: Journalism and Digital Communication An external examiner is required for the award-winning MA Magazine Journalism course at the University of Central Lancashire. The candidate should have at least an MA themselves. Contact Journalism division leader Julie Freer on jefreer@uclan.ac.uk Please visit the UCLAN MA Magazine website for more details.

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External Examiner Journalism: Southampton Solent University

Closing date: Friday 8th December Rate: Details on application Job Ref:  PAB external Southampton Solent University is seeking a Progression and Award External Examiner (AEE) for the School of Communications and Writing, Faculty of the Creative Industries and Society.The AEE is not expected to have subject-specific experience and knowledge but Award external examiners must have academic more »

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0.5 Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Print and Online Journalism – University of Derby

Closing date: 18 August 2013 Faculty of Arts, Design and Technology 0.5 Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Print and Online Journalism Pro rata £29,541 – £44,607 per annum Ref: BA00105  Great people, original thinking, inspiring individuals – changing lives. Here at the University of Derby we are in the business of creating opportunities to transform more »

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0.5 Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Convergence Journalism – University of Derby

Closing date: 18 August 2013 Faculty of Arts, Design and Technology 0.5 Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Convergence Journalism Pro rata £29,541 – £44,607 per annum Ref: BA00104 Great people, original thinking, inspiring individuals – changing lives. Here at the University of Derby we are in the business of creating opportunities to transform lives – more »

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