Nikos Panagiotou

Nikos Panagiotou
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki | AUTH · School of Journalism and Mass Media Studies

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Introduction
I am Director of Peace Journalism Lab, and head of Digital Communication Network Global. My research interests are : News Literacy, Media Literacy, International Journalism, Education, Peace Journalism, Conflict Analysis and Resolution. You can find more at http://pjl.jour.auth.gr/, and http://dcn-see.org/

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Publications (27)
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This chapter discusses the implementation of a Greek EFL project focusing on the enhancement of digital and information literacy skills for teenagers through the Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) method in blended learning environments during the COVID-19 pandemic. The “DigiTEENS.gr” project was a result of the shift to emergency remo...
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Journalism is in a state of flux and so is journalism education. The present study engages in a comparative qualitative analysis focusing on the viewpoints of journalism students in Greece and in Cyprus regarding journalism education in the post–truth era, media literacy, and journalism quality. Drawing upon evidence from four focus groups conducte...
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Journalism is in a state of flux and so is journalism education. The present study engages in a comparative qualitative analysis focusing on the viewpoints of journalism students in Greece and in Cyprus regarding journalism education in the post-truth era, media literacy, and journalism quality. Drawing upon evidence from four focus groups conducte...
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Although the government’s anti-COVID-19 measures, all across Europe, did not always meet the fundamental criteria for necessity, proportionality, and non-discriminative character, the society at large was not alarmed by such infringements on human rights. Some quietly acquiesced, while others enthusiastically supported the limitations placed on bas...
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This publication aims to disentangle the implications that the coronavirus has had on media around the world. The overarching question is whether the pandemic presents a turning point for the media landscape, or rather, if it reinforces pre-existing trends. Recent developments are assessed along four parameters: quality of media coverage, the econo...
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Beyond Journalistic Norms contests and challenges pre-established assumptions about a dominant type of journalism prevailing in different political, economic, and geographical contexts, to posit the hybrid, fluid and dynamic nature of journalistic roles. The book brings together scholars from Western and Eastern Europe, North America, Latin Americ...
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Uncertain times require prompt reflexes to survive and this study is a collaborative reflex to better understand uncertainty and navigate through it. The Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic hit hard and interrupted many dimensions of our lives, particularly education. As a response to interruption of education due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this study i...
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Uncertain times require prompt reflexes to survive and this study is a collaborative reflex to better understand uncertainty and navigate through it. The Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic hit hard and interrupted many dimensions of our lives, particularly education. As a response to interruption of education due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this study i...
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Radicalization is not a new phenomenon in Southeast Asia. Islamic radicalization has increased and became a significant issue in Southeast Asia since 2001. Faith-based organizations have supported the radical spreading of misinformation, and therefore various measures have many casualties. the development of Islamic radicalism in Southeast Asia is...
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This study proposes the interventionist and the detached orientations to watchdog journalism through the conceptual lens of journalistic role performance. Based on a content analysis of 33,640 news stories from sixty-four media outlets in eighteen countries, we measure and compare both orientations across different countries using three performativ...
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Today's news is quite often dominated by major events in the form of crisis (earthquakes, extreme weather events, environmental disasters, financial crisis, disease outbreaks, etc.). In such situations the public usually relies on established news organization to get credible and timely information and at the same time the news organizations rely o...
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The aim of this study is to develop a typology of attitudes and behaviours of teachers on environmental issues. In particular, it intends to group primary school teachers, based on the attitudes and behaviours shaped by the influence of mass media as well as a record of their environmentallyfriendly behaviour. The survey data has been gathered by m...
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Existing research has mainly focused on the role of the media in the uprisings against the regimes of the countries that were affected by the Arab Spring. However, we do not have a lot of information about the way of coverage that was conducted by well-known media organizations, especially for the online English news of Chinese news companies, whic...
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Digital Media organizations had a crucial role on the coverage of the Egyptian 'Arab Spring', but until today the outcomes of the news gathering are debatable in the academic society. This study examines the frames of the English-language websites of Al Jazeera, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), and China Daily from 9 to 13 February 2011 beca...
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The present research aims at mapping the field of news literacy and emphasizes the need to shift focus from the digital divide to the social skills people need to become well-informed citizens in the 21 st century. The article stresses the need for news literacy education and suggests strategies for teachers and parents for applying and promoting n...
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In 2004 the Annan Plan for Cyprus settlement was presented and negotiated by the two sides. This paper attempts to understand the role of the media and more precisely the role of the press in the construction and deconstruction of a conflict, through the examination of the Greek press coverage of the Annan plan for Cyprus settlement. The aim of the...

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