“What is press freedom? A study on journalism students’ perception of press freedom” has been published in Journalism Education, Vol. 10, issue no.1.
Authors of the research article are Elsebeth Frey, Farid Abdel-Fattah Abdel-Latif Abudheir, Charlotte Ntulume and Jacques Araszkiewiez.
The starting point of the study is the Rig on press freedom in Norway, Palestine, Uganda and France.
This has been followed up by investigating what the journalism students’ perception of press freedom is after the Rig.
More about the Rig: https://uni.oslomet.no/jmic/rig-on-press-freedom/
More about the authors:
Elsebeth Frey, Professor at the Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, OsloMet,https://www.oslomet.no/en/about/employee/elsefrey/
Farid A. F. Abudheir, Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication & Digital Media at An-Najah National University, Nablus, Palestine https://uni.oslomet.no/jmic/testside-2/
Charlotte Ntulume from Uganda har previously published her Phd thesis: Framing an African Conflict: Perspectives from the Local Press.
Jacques Araszkiewiez, Directeur de l’Ecole de Journalisme de Cannes, France, https://fr.linkedin.com/in/jacques-araszkiewiez-61727a14