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Publications

The publishing of the Novi Sad School of Journalism consists of three editions:

– “Media References”
– “Media Sphere”
– “Entelechy”

As part of the “Media Reference” edition, textbooks, guides and practicums are published for journalists, journalism students, educators and educators.

The “Media Sphere” edition publishes the results of media research and media monitoring, as well as guidelines for better practice.

The “Entelechy” edition was founded to support young researchers to publish their graduate, master’s and doctoral theses.

All NSSJ publications issued within all three editions can be read and downloaded below.

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Mobilization for Protecting the Public Interest in the Media: Mapping Good Practices of Media Activism

The report “Mobilization for Protecting the Public Interest in the Media” starts from the notion that media performance and media reforms will be determining the course of history, and that mapping good practices will help us envisage media activism that can enable the prevalence of…

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High professionalism with limited reach: Media self-regulation in Serbia

The critical assessment of ethical codes and the self-regulatory media framework in Serbia which forms the basis of this research report has been conducted in parallel with the adoption of new media laws (the Law on Public Information and Media and the Law on Electronic…

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National regulatory and self-regulatory framework against hate speech and disinformation

In the process of accession to the European Union, Serbia is harmonizing laws with the EU legislation. In this process, the majority of regulations related to the prevention of hate speech and the spread of disinformation generally meet standards or are in the process of…

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Regional Review of Media Trust in the Western Balkans

SEENPM presents a regional overview of studies on public trust in media in the Western Balkans “Media Trust in the Western Balkans: Together Apart” authored by Sandra B. Hrvatin, Brankica Petković and Sanela Hodžić. The publication is the result of research conducted in 2021 in Albania, Bosnia and…

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Polarized Media – Polarized Audiences in Serbia

Complementing research on hate and propaganda models of media and communication and hate narratives conducted earlier as part of SEENPM’s Resilience project, this report analyses media trust and media gender issues in Serbia and offers a set of policy recommendations. The study makes the following conclusions: The media system of the Serbian…

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