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Untersuchte Arbeit:
Seite: 40, Zeilen: 7-14
Quelle: Hanitzsch 2005
Seite(n): online, Zeilen: Abstract
Indeed, based on face-to-face interviews with 385 professional journalists, Hanitzsch (2005) concluded that the “typical” Indonesian journalist is young, male, well educated, and earns an above-average salary. In terms of education and training, they are becoming increasingly professional. These journalists see themselves as neutral and objective disseminators of news, not as political actors and agents of development, and they disapprove of unscrupulous practices of reporting. Ironically, however, many of them justify the practice of corruption during their everyday work.

Hanitzsch, T. (2005). Journalists in Indonesia: Educated but timid watchdogs. Journalism Studies, 6(4), 493-508.

Abstract

In Indonesia, 385 professional journalists were surveyed, by means of face-to-face interviews, to establish their basic demographic and social characteristics as well as their views on professional values. The findings suggest that the “typical” Indonesian journalist is young, male, well educated and earns an above-average salary. In terms of education and training, journalists of the archipelago are becoming increasingly professional. They see themselves as neutral and objective disseminators of news, not as political actors and agents of development. Indonesian journalists disapprove of unscrupulous practices of reporting, yet paradoxically many of them justify and practice corruption during their everyday work. [...]

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(Klgn), WiseWoman