Čedomir Markov

Čedomir Markov
University of Belgrade · Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory

PhD in Journalism & Mass Communication

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U ovom radu se razmatra kako aktivisti u Srbiji koriste dostupne digitalne alate da bi obezbedili pažnju javnosti i ostvarili ciljeve za koje se zalažu. Na osnovu pregleda interdisciplinarne literature o aktivizmu u digitalnom okruženju, u prvom delu rada ponuđen je osvrt na ključne mogućnosti i izazove koje su digitalne tehnologije donele aktivist...
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Cilj ove studije bio je da ponudi dubinski uvid u kontekst koji okružuje upotrebu pojma lažna vest u medijskom izveštavanju u Srbiji. Na osnovu kvalitativne analize sadržaja (N = 300) identifikovane su tri teme koje opisuju karakteristike medijskog diskursa o lažnim vestima. Prva je problematizacija fenomena lažnih vesti kroz definisanje problema,...
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This study proposes that media distrust and cynicism are two related but distinct perceptions that indicate qualitatively different ways in which audiences relate to news media. To substantiate this, we developed a new instrument to measure media cynicism. Factor analyses showed that the indicators of media distrust and cynicism are not influenced...
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Scholars and pundits frequently argue that contemporary professional journalism is experiencing an unprecedented legitimacy crisis. Although the public’s dissatisfaction with news media is not a new phenomenon, its extent, manifestations, and potential democratic implications are becoming increasingly worrisome. Extant communication scholarship typ...
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Declining trust in news media has often been recognized as one of the major challenges facing modern journalism with potentially detrimental consequences for democratic processes. In this article, we examine the predictive potential of cultural-political and performance factors on public trust in news media in the context of a young democracy. Spec...
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To examine the prevalence and diversity of older adults on primetime television, and age stereotyping in these portrayals, we analysed the contents of 112 episodes of popular American television series aired between 2004 and 2018. We identified 6.6 per cent of characters as aged 65 and older – a slight improvement to the values reported in previous...

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