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  • 1. Tradition and alimitation in German literary journalism Contemporary opinions and perspectives Dipl.-Journ. Tobias Eberwein | Brussels, 12th May 2011
  • 2.
    • Method:
    • 30 problem-centered interviews with practitioners of literary journalism
    • Computer-assisted qualitative content analysis of the transcriptions
    • Aim:
    • Identification of the structures of literary journalism in Germany
  • 3. Literary journalism as a subsystem of the journalism system
    • Function
    • Selection and dissemination of information for public communication
    • Code
    • Topical/non-topical
    • Medium
    • Topicality
    • Programs
    • Professional journalistic techniques for selecting, structuring and presenting information intermingle with literary stylistics!
    • Organisations
    • Mass media, newsrooms
  • 4. Definitions: different literary journalisms? Literary Journalism Investigative Journalism ??? Journalism Helge Timmerberg Günter Wallraff Wolf Lotter
  • 5. Traditions of literary journalism Hunter S. Thompson Egon Erwin Kisch
  • 6. Structures of literary journalism Tempo 2/1986 Tempo 4/1996 Spiegel 19/2011 FAS 18/2011
  • 7. Literary journalism: from irritation to „alimitation“ Journalism Journalism Literary Journalism Literary Journalism?
  • 8.
    • Contact:
    • Dipl.-Journ. Tobias Eberwein
    • Institut für Journalistik
    • Technische Universität Dortmund
    • Emil-Figge-Str. 50
    • D-44227 Dortmund
    • Tel.: +49 (0)231 755-4195
    • Fax: +49 (0)231 755-5583
    • E-Mail: [email_address]
    • http:// www.journalistik-dortmund.de
    • http:// www.coolepark.de
    • Photos : misterQM/photocase.com, Ali Ghandtschi, Karl Anton Koenigs, Shouan Shawn, Frank Zauritz, Andreas Mühe, Ali Kepenek, Urban Zintel, D. Biskup, Wolfgang Schmidt, DHM, AP, Mygeo.info, Jahreszeiten Verlag, Spiegel Verlag, FAZ
    Tradition and alimitation in German literary journalism Contemporary opinions and perspectives Dipl.-Journ. Tobias Eberwein | Brussels, 12th May 2011 technische universität dortmund

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