'minding the gap': reflections on media practice and theory
- Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford
- 12 May 2007 09:30-18:00
Keynote speaker is Professor Brian Winston, University of Lincoln.
There is an unmistakable gap between intellectual models of mass media institutions and practices, and the ways that practitioners experience the media. All too often, media theorists lack personal experiences of their topics of study, and university departments separate theory and practice in their internal organisation. This training day – for postgraduate research students and researchers in the first five years of an academic career – will explore the relationship between media theories and mass media practices across three thematic workshops.
Workshop 1: Media Practice as Methods of Research and Presentation
Workshop 2: Theoretical Models in Mass Media Practice
Workshop 3: Double vocations: Mass Media Practice and Theory
The cost of the event is £15.00 'waived fee', returnable on registration at the event on the day. Delegates need to return a cheque payable to: 'ADM-HEA' and a booking form obtainable by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Places will be offered on a first come, first served basis on receipt of the cheque / form. The fee includes two tea breaks, a buffet lunch and an early evening wine reception after the event. Information on accommodation in Oxford can be obtained from Cathy Baldwin, email as above.
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