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Klaus Bichler's Talk at SciBarCampVIE about science communication in the context of interviews and media.

Klaus Bichler's Talk at SciBarCampVIE about science communication in the context of interviews and media.

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    Klaus Bichler -  Science Journalism in Austria (Vienna 2011) Klaus Bichler - Science Journalism in Austria (Vienna 2011) Presentation Transcript

    • Science Journalists: Who they are, how they work and what they need. SciBarCamp Vienna 29-30.10.2011 Klaus Bichler, @K_laeuschen
    • Media Usage in Austria
    • Daily Newspapers (14+) Media Analyse: http://www.media-analyse.at/studies.do (11.10.2011)
    • Weekly Newspapers Media Analyse: http://www.media-analyse.at/studies.do (11.10.2011)
    • Monthly Magazins Media Analyse: http://www.media-analyse.at/studies.do (11.10.2011)
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    • AGTT: http://www.agtt.at/show_content.php?sid=23 (11.10.2011) TV
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    • Functions of Mass Communication Social Political Economical Socializing Social Orientation Recreation Integration Creation of publicity Articulation Pol./soc. Education Critique and control Circulation Regeneration Govern
    • The Austrian Science Journalist
    • Print Journalists Kaltenbrunner et al (2007): Der Journalisten Report
    • Radio Journalists TV Journalists Kaltenbrunner et al (2007): Der Journalisten Report
    • Special interest Kaltenbrunner et al (2007): Der Journalisten Report
    • Gender Gap Kaltenbrunner et al (2007): Der Journalisten Report
    • Kaltenbrunner et al (2007): Der Journalisten Report
    • Education Kaltenbrunner et al (2007): Der Journalisten Report
    • Kaltenbrunner et al (2007): Der Journalisten Report
    • Attitudes Kaltenbrunner et al (2008): Der Journalisten Report II
    • Kaltenbrunner et al (2008): Der Journalisten Report II
    • Science Coverage
    • Content Analysis: 1920 scientific Articles (not only science department) July 2005-September 2005 Done by Medienhaus Wien News Outlets Der Standard (Daily Newspaper) Die Presse (Daily Newspaper) Profil (Weekly Magazine) Heureka (Science Supplement of the weekly Falters ) derstandard.at/Wissenschaft (Online) ORF Science (Online)
    • Dispersion of topics (all beats) Kaltenbrunner; Kraus (2005/2006): Studie Weiterbildung für WissenschaftsjournalistInnen Medicine Natural science Technics Social sciences Economic sciences Others All 539 28.4% 484 25.5% 206 10.9% 437 23% 187 9.9% 44 2.3% 1897 100%
    • Dispersion of topics (science beat) Kaltenbrunner; Kraus (2005/2006): Studie Weiterbildung für WissenschaftsjournalistInnen Medicine Natural science Technics Social sciences Others All 484 35.5% 454 33.3% 122 8.9% 261 19.1% 44 3.2% 1365 100%
    •   Dispersion of topics (science vs others) Kaltenbrunner; Kraus (2005/2006): Studie Weiterbildung für WissenschaftsjournalistInnen Beat Medicine Natural science Technics Social sciences Science others 89 % 11 % 93 % 7 % 55 % 45 % 57.4 % 42.6 %
    • Results
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      • Journalistic criteria
      • News values: Actuality, relevance, proximity, surprise, celebrity
      • Proximity no factor
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      • Quality vs Quantity
      • Esp. In Print: Complex matters will be discussed in only one sentence. A lot of important information is missing e.g. „US-Forscher fanden heraus“
      • No own research
      • Especially at daily and online news outlets
      • Copy paste of articles of press agencies and professional journals
      • Sources
      • Only a few professional journals
      • No mentioning of sources
      • Free journals vs bigger journals
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      •   Interest
      • Less diversity of news coverage
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      • Defining the audience
      • Target group(s) not clear
    • Other Problems
      • Cooperations (co-financing)
      • Lack of money
      • Lack of time
    • Examples
    • 04.10.2011; 12.00
    • 04.10.2011; 16:30
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    • Literature Used
      • Kaltenbrunner, Andy; Kraus, Daniela (2005/2006): Studie Weiterbildung für WissenschaftsjournalistInnen. Mit Förderung des Zentrums für Innovation und Technologie, Wien.
      • Kaltenbrunner, Andy/Karmasin, Matthias/Kraus, Daniela/Zimmermann, Astrid (2008): Der Journalisten Report II. Österreichs Medienmacher und ihre Motive. Facultas. Wien.
      • Kaltenbrunner, Andy/Karmasin, Matthias/Kraus, Daniela/Zimmermann, Astrid (2007): Der Journalisten Report . Österreichs Medien und ihre Macher. Facultas. Wien.
      • Aichberger, Ingrid: Wissenschaftsjournalismus in der Wissensgesellschaft - Perspektiven österreichischer Wissenschaftsjournalisten. Eine qualitative Studie. Dipl. Arb. Uni Wien. 2010.
    • KONTAKT
      • Tel.: 01/406 32 32
      • Mail:
      • [email_address]