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journées d'études « The Journalistic Role Performance Project (JRP) – Méthodes et Terrains »
Début Jeudi 17 Juin 2021 -  09:00
Fin Vendredi 18 Juin 2021 - 12:30

Organisées par Jérôme Berthaut

The Journalistic Role Performance Project (JRP)is a cross-national, theory-driven endeavorestablished in 2013 to systematically analyze the state of journalistic cultures in the new media landscape across the world.The main goals of theProject are twofold. On the one hand, it aimsto explain how different dimensions of professional roles materialize in the news in different organizational, institutional and social settings. On the other hand, thestudy aims to deeply address the disconnection between professional and/or normative ideals and journalistic practices, explaining the gap between the importance that journalists and the media give to different professional roles, and journalistic role performance.The concept of journalistic role performance focuses attention on issues relating to structure, agency, culture, and political economy; all key issues to the understanding of journalism as a social practice.Thanks to the effort of different high-quality scholars from 19 countries, the first wave of theJRP project (2013-2018) analyzed the performance of professional roles in more than 35,000 news of print media, and more than 800 journalists were surveyed.The current secondwave of the Project (2019-2022)relies on aconsolidated networkincluding more than 45countries from America, Asia, Europe, The Middle East, Africa and Oceania. Itis comparingthe presence of different journalistic roles in the news content of television, radio, print and online media.Nine medias for each country are being sampled, taking into account their size, scope, market orientation, ownership, political leaning, and level of influence, in a way that best represented the diversity and shape of their own national media systems. A stratified-systematic sample of fourteendays from 2020was selected.In each country, independent coders were trained in the application of a common codebook containing operational definitions for each variable.To capture journalistic role conceptions, the JRP research surveysthe authors of the stories represented in the news sample (from 100 to 150 journalists per country)via aWeb-based questionnaires or face-to-face interviews. The main objectives of these International Study Days organized in Dijon on June 17 and 18, 2021, are to take stock of the methodological aspects of this researchand to draw the first results from the data from an international perspective. These workshops will be split into three phases. Thefirst session brings together each countryfor a working session behind closed doors. The second session is open to thepublic and devoted to the presentationsof the French, Italian and German teams of the JRP project, and to a first comparison of the results. Claudia Mellado(General CoordinationJRP Project) will also present the latest developments of JRP research in the world and the initial trends. A member of the Belgium team involved in the international “Worlds of Journalism”research will provide feedback and advice on the management of this large-scale research. During the third session, four PhDstudents taking part in the coding work of the JRP survey will be sharing their current thesis work and their approach to the study of journalistic standards and practices.Most participants will join these sessions by videoconference due to sanitary restrictions.For more information, please visitthe website: https://www.journalisticperformance.org/

 

programme

 

Jeudi 17 juin 2021 / Thursday, June 17, 2021

09h-12h : Workshop on data, within national teams (closed session / videoconference or Grand Amphi MSH)

 

Participants of the French team:

  • Principal investigators located at MSH Dijon : Pauline Amiel (IMSIC, university of Aix-Marseille), Nicolas Hubé (CREM, university of Lorraine), Cyriac Gousset (LaSSP, SciencesPo Toulouse), Jérôme Berthaut (CIMEOS / uB),
  • Encoders located at MSH Dijon : Alexia Cappuccio (IMSIC, Aix-Marseille), Maxime Gorczyca, (CIMEOS / ub), Tristan Lefort (CIMEOS / uB),
  • Principal investigators located at Science Po Toulouse : Olivier Baisnée & Jérémie Nollet (LaSSP, SciencesPo Toulouse)
  • Principal investigators located at University of Lorraine: Loic Ballarini (CREM / University of Lorraine)

 

14h-17h30 : Methodological issues and JRP Early results. First lines of comparison between European research field (Open session / videoconference or Grand Amphi MSH Dijon). Chairman: Jérôme Berthaut (Univ. of Burgundy)

  • 14h-14h15 – “Introductory speech” by Pauline Amiel ( Aix-Marseille) & Jérôme Berthaut (uB)
  • 14h10-14h30 – “JRP Italy: a preliminary analysis”, by Marco Mazzoni, Roberto Mincigrucci, Susanna Pagiotti, Anna Stanziano, Sofia Verza (University of Perugia, Italy).
    • 14h30-14h45: Questions and answers
  • 14h45-15h05 – “Lessons learned from surveying German journalists about their role perception”, by Peter Maurer (Trier University, Germany) & Cornelia Mothes (Macromedia University of Applied Sciences, Leipzig)
    • 15h05-15h20 – Questions and answers
  • 15h20-15h35 – COFFEE break
  • 15h35-15h55 – “JRP France : a preliminary analysis”, by Nicolas Hubé (University of Lorraine), Olivier Baisnée, Jérémie Nollet & Cyriac Gousset (SciencesPo Toulouse).
    • 15h55-16h10 – Questions and answers
  • 16h10-16h30: “The process of JRP cross-national ongoing research”, by Claudia Mellado (General Coordination JRP Project / Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile)
  • 16h30-16h50: “Comparing journalistic cultures across nations : Practical and methodological feedbacks from the Worlds of Journalism Study”, by Olivier Standaert (UC Louvain, Belgium)
    • 16h50-17h30 – Debate & discussions

Vendredi 18 juin 2021 / Friday, June 18, 2021

09h>12h30 – « Rôles », « cultures », « idéaux » et pratiques professionnels sur d’autres terrains : Session “doctorante” (« PhD students’ session » in french) dédiée aux travaux de thèses des doctorant.es impliqué.es dans JRP Project, en partenariat avec le Réseau Thématique Sociologie des Médias (RT37) de l’Association française de sociologie.

Présentation 15 min, discussions 20-25 min – Session publique (vidéoconférence / Grand Amphi MSH Dijon)

  • 09h00 - Maxime Gorczyca (CIMEOS / uB) : Les enjeux de l'intégration du numérique à France Télévisions. Étude comparée des discours de la direction de la télévision publique en 1995 et en 2021. Discussion : Olivier Baisnée (SciencesPo Toulouse)
  • 09h45 - Alexia Cappuccio (IMSIC, Aix-Marseille): Produire l’information flexible. Une analyse de l’environnement, des discours et des productions des journalistes en cours d’insertion professionnelle à Radio France. Discussion : Jérôme Berthaut (CIMEOS / uB)
  • 10h30-10h45 : pause café
  • 10h45 - Tristan Lefort (CIMEOS / uB) : "Incubateurs", "accélérateurs de startups" ...  L'intégration des dispositifs sociotechniques et des professionnels de "l’innovation" au sein des groupes de presse régionale. Discussion : Nicolas Hubé (CREM, Université de Lorraine) & Jérémie Nollet (LaSSP, SciencesPo Toulouse)
  • 11h30 - Grégoire Gilloteaux-Martin (CREM, Université de Lorraine): Stratégies de positionnement des médias indépendants en France et aux Etats-Unis, une approche comparée. Discussion : Pauline Amiel (IMSIC, Aix-Marseille).

Organization Committee of the International Study days / workshop sessions

  • Jérôme Berthaut, CIMEOS (EA 4177), University of Burgundy (uB)
  • Olivier Baisnée, LaSSP (EA 4175), SciencesPo Toulouse
  • Pauline Amiel, IMSIC (4262), University of Aix-Marseille
  • Nicolas Hubé, CREM (EA3473), University of Lorraine

Contact

  • Jérôme Berthaut – Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser. -
Lieu Maison des Sciences de l'Homme (MSH) - Dijon

journées d'études « The Journalistic Role Performance Project (JRP) – Méthodes et Terrains »

Maison des Sciences de l'Homme (MSH) - Dijon  
Début : Jeudi 17 Juin 2021 -  09:00
Fin : Vendredi 18 Juin 2021 - 12:30

Organisées par Jérôme Berthaut

The Journalistic Role Performance Project (JRP)is a cross-national, theory-driven endeavorestablished in 2013 to systematically analyze the state of journalistic cultures in the new media landscape across the world.The main goals of theProject are twofold. On the one hand, it aimsto explain how different dimensions of professional roles materialize in the news in different organizational, institutional and social settings. On the other hand, thestudy aims to deeply address the disconnection between professional and/or normative ideals and journalistic practices, explaining the gap between the importance that journalists and the media give to different professional roles, and journalistic role performance.The concept of journalistic role performance focuses attention on issues relating to structure, agency, culture, and political economy; all key issues to the understanding of journalism as a social practice.Thanks to the effort of different high-quality scholars from 19 countries, the first wave of theJRP project (2013-2018) analyzed the performance of professional roles in more than 35,000 news of print media, and more than 800 journalists were surveyed.The current secondwave of the Project (2019-2022)relies on aconsolidated networkincluding more than 45countries from America, Asia, Europe, The Middle East, Africa and Oceania. Itis comparingthe presence of different journalistic roles in the news content of television, radio, print and online media.Nine medias for each country are being sampled, taking into account their size, scope, market orientation, ownership, political leaning, and level of influence, in a way that best represented the diversity and shape of their own national media systems. A stratified-systematic sample of fourteendays from 2020was selected.In each country, independent coders were trained in the application of a common codebook containing operational definitions for each variable.To capture journalistic role conceptions, the JRP research surveysthe authors of the stories represented in the news sample (from 100 to 150 journalists per country)via aWeb-based questionnaires or face-to-face interviews. The main objectives of these International Study Days organized in Dijon on June 17 and 18, 2021, are to take stock of the methodological aspects of this researchand to draw the first results from the data from an international perspective. These workshops will be split into three phases. Thefirst session brings together each countryfor a working session behind closed doors. The second session is open to thepublic and devoted to the presentationsof the French, Italian and German teams of the JRP project, and to a first comparison of the results. Claudia Mellado(General CoordinationJRP Project) will also present the latest developments of JRP research in the world and the initial trends. A member of the Belgium team involved in the international “Worlds of Journalism”research will provide feedback and advice on the management of this large-scale research. During the third session, four PhDstudents taking part in the coding work of the JRP survey will be sharing their current thesis work and their approach to the study of journalistic standards and practices.Most participants will join these sessions by videoconference due to sanitary restrictions.For more information, please visitthe website: https://www.journalisticperformance.org/

 

programme

 

Jeudi 17 juin 2021 / Thursday, June 17, 2021

09h-12h : Workshop on data, within national teams (closed session / videoconference or Grand Amphi MSH)

 

Participants of the French team:

  • Principal investigators located at MSH Dijon : Pauline Amiel (IMSIC, university of Aix-Marseille), Nicolas Hubé (CREM, university of Lorraine), Cyriac Gousset (LaSSP, SciencesPo Toulouse), Jérôme Berthaut (CIMEOS / uB),
  • Encoders located at MSH Dijon : Alexia Cappuccio (IMSIC, Aix-Marseille), Maxime Gorczyca, (CIMEOS / ub), Tristan Lefort (CIMEOS / uB),
  • Principal investigators located at Science Po Toulouse : Olivier Baisnée & Jérémie Nollet (LaSSP, SciencesPo Toulouse)
  • Principal investigators located at University of Lorraine: Loic Ballarini (CREM / University of Lorraine)

 

14h-17h30 : Methodological issues and JRP Early results. First lines of comparison between European research field (Open session / videoconference or Grand Amphi MSH Dijon). Chairman: Jérôme Berthaut (Univ. of Burgundy)

  • 14h-14h15 – “Introductory speech” by Pauline Amiel ( Aix-Marseille) & Jérôme Berthaut (uB)
  • 14h10-14h30 – “JRP Italy: a preliminary analysis”, by Marco Mazzoni, Roberto Mincigrucci, Susanna Pagiotti, Anna Stanziano, Sofia Verza (University of Perugia, Italy).
    • 14h30-14h45: Questions and answers
  • 14h45-15h05 – “Lessons learned from surveying German journalists about their role perception”, by Peter Maurer (Trier University, Germany) & Cornelia Mothes (Macromedia University of Applied Sciences, Leipzig)
    • 15h05-15h20 – Questions and answers
  • 15h20-15h35 – COFFEE break
  • 15h35-15h55 – “JRP France : a preliminary analysis”, by Nicolas Hubé (University of Lorraine), Olivier Baisnée, Jérémie Nollet & Cyriac Gousset (SciencesPo Toulouse).
    • 15h55-16h10 – Questions and answers
  • 16h10-16h30: “The process of JRP cross-national ongoing research”, by Claudia Mellado (General Coordination JRP Project / Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile)
  • 16h30-16h50: “Comparing journalistic cultures across nations : Practical and methodological feedbacks from the Worlds of Journalism Study”, by Olivier Standaert (UC Louvain, Belgium)
    • 16h50-17h30 – Debate & discussions

Vendredi 18 juin 2021 / Friday, June 18, 2021

09h>12h30 – « Rôles », « cultures », « idéaux » et pratiques professionnels sur d’autres terrains : Session “doctorante” (« PhD students’ session » in french) dédiée aux travaux de thèses des doctorant.es impliqué.es dans JRP Project, en partenariat avec le Réseau Thématique Sociologie des Médias (RT37) de l’Association française de sociologie.

Présentation 15 min, discussions 20-25 min – Session publique (vidéoconférence / Grand Amphi MSH Dijon)

  • 09h00 - Maxime Gorczyca (CIMEOS / uB) : Les enjeux de l'intégration du numérique à France Télévisions. Étude comparée des discours de la direction de la télévision publique en 1995 et en 2021. Discussion : Olivier Baisnée (SciencesPo Toulouse)
  • 09h45 - Alexia Cappuccio (IMSIC, Aix-Marseille): Produire l’information flexible. Une analyse de l’environnement, des discours et des productions des journalistes en cours d’insertion professionnelle à Radio France. Discussion : Jérôme Berthaut (CIMEOS / uB)
  • 10h30-10h45 : pause café
  • 10h45 - Tristan Lefort (CIMEOS / uB) : "Incubateurs", "accélérateurs de startups" ...  L'intégration des dispositifs sociotechniques et des professionnels de "l’innovation" au sein des groupes de presse régionale. Discussion : Nicolas Hubé (CREM, Université de Lorraine) & Jérémie Nollet (LaSSP, SciencesPo Toulouse)
  • 11h30 - Grégoire Gilloteaux-Martin (CREM, Université de Lorraine): Stratégies de positionnement des médias indépendants en France et aux Etats-Unis, une approche comparée. Discussion : Pauline Amiel (IMSIC, Aix-Marseille).

Organization Committee of the International Study days / workshop sessions

  • Jérôme Berthaut, CIMEOS (EA 4177), University of Burgundy (uB)
  • Olivier Baisnée, LaSSP (EA 4175), SciencesPo Toulouse
  • Pauline Amiel, IMSIC (4262), University of Aix-Marseille
  • Nicolas Hubé, CREM (EA3473), University of Lorraine

Contact

  • Jérôme Berthaut – Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser. -

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