Natalia Vasilendiuc

Natalia Vasilendiuc
University of Bucharest | Unibuc · Department of Journalism

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"The Sociology of Journalists" is a book about the past of a profession and the future of a profession. It is built on an interdisciplinary approach, subsumable to both sociology and communication sciences. The paper is distinguished by an impressive amount of interdisciplinary bibliography, which contributes to the understanding of the thematic an...
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This chapter explores the configuration of communist-era food brands into the broader context of the local market. The analysis is guided mainly by the success stories of transitioning brands and by the unexpected presence of preserved food dating from more than 30 years ago. The introduction reviews the links between memory and material culture an...
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Our paper presents the contradictory views journalism graduates from the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Sciences, University of Bucharest and their future employers from local and national Romanian media organizations have on profession, knowledge and skills. The study shows that at the end of their three-year formal training the students...
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Le volume présente des approches multidisciplinaires de la nutrition, de la communication et de la société. Les études nous invitent de penser la nutrition comme ordre social et culturel de la vie et non pas seulement comme pain quotidien. A l'ère de la médiatisation et de la médicalisation il devient extrêmement important de comprendre les connexi...
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The focus of this chapter was to examine specific representations of the communist past among Romanian generations born before and after 1989, members of digital communities of remembrance sampled from Facebook pages and groups.
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This chapter systematizes the most effective interlinked communication strategies used by two Romanian activist Facebook pages (Corupția Ucide and #Rezistența) during the January 20, 2018 protest. Our quantitative research provides an overview of the ways in which seven social media communication strategies and practices (organize internally, recru...
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This article analyzes the journalistic profession in eight Central and Eastern European countries: Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Moldova, Romania, and Russia, using the quantitative findings of the Worlds of Journalism Study. The comparison refers to age, gender, education, positions, work experience, religion, and politic...
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The following chapter compares journalism cultures in three Central and Eastern European countries – Poland, Romania and Moldova – in five aspects: professional education, gender, income, organizational affiliation and professional role-perceptions. The study is based on the results of six quantitative and qualitative research projects completed in...
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This paper examines the way in which Spanish, Polish and Romanian prime time TV news programs construct the social representation about the European Union. The data used in this article are part of the international project “Media about the European Union” that aimed to map the EU representations currently in circulation within the European countri...
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This article aims to present an overview of the Moldovan media system, beginning from the 1990s. The paper maps the country’s media market and ownership structure, print press, broadcasting media, and journalistic culture. The "findings are based primarily on 52 semi-structured interviews conducted in Moldova in 2006 and 2011 with journalists, medi...
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This paper presents an overview on the religious representations of journalists from eighteen countries using the findings of survey-study “Worlds of Journalism”. The research was carried out between October 2007 and January 2010 on a sample of 1,800 journalists from 360 national, regional, and local media outlets. The outcomes have established a q...
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The article attempts to determine how the Internet has influenced the work practices of journalists in Romania, using data from a qualitative research, “The professional practices and constraints of the Romanian gatekeepers,” conducted between December 2010 and January 2011, involving a sample of 73 journalists from 67 local and national media outl...
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Lucrarea reprezintă o introducere în cultura profesională a jurnaliştilor, încercând să răspundă la mai multe întrebări: Ce este jurnalismul – meserie sau profesie? Cum se formează cultura profesională a jurnaliştilor? Ce reprezintă valorile şi rolurile profesionale ale jurnaliştilor? Cum se construiesc reprezentările profesionale ale jurnaliştilor...
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This article represents one of the chapters of the qualitative study “The Professional Culture of the Romanian Journalists”. It was implemented in a sample of fifty one Romanian practitioners from forty mass media institutions, from February until April 2009. The research conclusions consist in the fact that journalists from Romania are still in a...
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This article presents the quantitative analysis of the research Mass Media Consumption in the Rural Area of Romania: Traditional Identities, European Identities. The sample of the research is constituted by a number of one hundred and eleven interviewees from five distinct areas of Romania: Drãguþeºti commune (Gorj county), Însurãþei commune (Brãil...
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The study presented within this article analyzes the attitudes of the Romanian journalists on their professional culture (roles, values, standards). It was implemented on a sample of one hundred and fifteen practitioners from twenty three mass media institutions, from September 2007 till January 2008. The research consists in the fact that practiti...
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This study analyses the social-professional characteristics, such as incomes, gender factor, professional motivations, affiliations to political parties and professional organizations, of the Moldovan journalists from the perspective of thirty-seven practitioners working in twenty-six media from Republic of Moldova. The results of the research show...

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