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November 07, 2005
CFP - Blogging and Online Journalism: New Media, New Challenges, New Ethics
Blogging and Online Journalism: New Media, New Challenges, New Ethics
April 7 & 8, 2006
The Institute for Applied and Professional Ethics at Ohio University and the E. W. Scripps School of Journalism announce "Blogging and Online Journalism."
BOJ will bring together a small group of successful, highly motivated students with some of the leading figures in journalism and media ethics for an intimate, in-depth two-day exploration of one of the most interesting and dynamic areas in applied ethics today. After a daily keynote address on a topic of general interest, participants will break up into workgroups. These workshops will feature presentations by invited scholars and by student participants, with discussion and critique of the presentations.
Presentations and workshop summaries will be published on the Institute website.
Participation is limited to 25. Students interested in participating should send contact information and a brief paper on one of the workshop topics to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 20, 2006. Participants will be selected on the basis of the paper they submit. Please visit the "STUDENT CONFERENCE" section of ohio.edu/ethics for submission requirements.
Travel grants (travel, room, and board) are available for a limited number of participants. Students interested in applying for travel support should indicate this in their application.
Dan Gillmore (author of "We, the Media")
Clifford Christians (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champlain)
Workshop topics and leaders:
Friday, April 7
Martin Kuhn (U North Carolina): Blogging Ethics
Fernanda Viegas (MIT MediaLab): Privacy and Accountability in Blogging
Jan Boyles (U West Virginia): Rhetoric of Political Bloggers
Sandeep Junnarker (Columbia University): Blogging investigative reporting: The Videoblog
Saturday, April 8th
Mark Deuze (Indiana University): Typology of Online Journalism
Bob Benz (Scripps Company): Reality Constraints of Online Journalism
Bernhard Debatin (Ohio University): Online Journalism Ethics
Posted by prolurkr at November 7, 2005 04:08 PM
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