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Czech Media System in European Comparison - JJM007
Anglický název: Czech Media System in European Comparison
Český název: Český mediální systém v komparativní perspektivě
Zajišťuje: Katedra mediálních studií (23-KMS)
Fakulta: Fakulta sociálních věd
Platnost: od 2019 do 2019
Semestr: zimní
E-Kredity: 6
Způsob provedení zkoušky: zimní s.:
Rozsah, examinace: zimní s.:2/0 Zk [hodiny/týden]
Počet míst: 10 / neurčen (10)
Minimální obsazenost: neomezen
Virtuální mobilita / počet míst: ne
Stav předmětu: vyučován
Jazyk výuky: angličtina
Způsob výuky: prezenční
Poznámka: předmět je možno zapsat mimo plán
povolen pro zápis po webu
Garant: Mgr. Jan Miessler
prof. MgA. Martin Štoll, Ph.D.
Vyučující: Mgr. Jan Miessler
prof. MgA. Martin Štoll, Ph.D.
Třída: Courses for incoming students
Anotace - angličtina
Poslední úprava: Mgr. Jan Miessler (13.09.2021)
The course provides general overview of the Czech media landscape and its developments after the regime change in 1989. It situates these developments within context of other Central European countries. It introduces students to key works that analyze various aspects of post-1989 Czech media. The classes focus on political, economic, cultural and technological factors that shaped the Czech media system and reflects on these developments and on the current state of the system from a comparative perspective.
Cíl předmětu - angličtina
Poslední úprava: Mgr. Jan Miessler (13.09.2021)

The course should provide studetns with a basic overview of the Czech media system in the Central European context. Students should get familiar with operation of key media institutions in the Czech Republic, with key figures in the field, with the overal logic of the Czech media system's recent developments and with academic and journalistic reflections on these developments.

Podmínky zakončení předmětu - angličtina
Poslední úprava: Mgr. Jan Miessler (13.09.2021)
Requirements:
100 % Academic paper (8+ pages) on topic covered in lectures

Final grade spectrum:
A: 91-100 B: 81-90 C: 71-80 D: 61-70 E: 51-60 Fail: <51
Literatura - angličtina
Poslední úprava: Mgr. Jan Miessler (26.01.2022)

Course literature:

BREN, P. (2010) The greengrocer and his TV: The culture of Communism after the 1968 Prague Spring. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

CELOVSKY, B. (2002) Konec ceskeho tisku. [The end of the Czech press] Senov: Tilia.

CURRAN, J. & PARK, M. J. eds. (2000) De-westernizing media studies. London: Routledge.

DESAI, M. A., & MOEL, A. (2008) "Czech mate: expropriation and investor protection in a converging world" Review of Finance, 12(1), 221-251.

DOORENSPLEET, R. (2005) Democratic transitions: Exploring the structural sources of the Fourth Wave. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

DOBEK-OSTROWSKA, B., GLOWACKI, M., JAKUBOWICZ, K. & SUKOSD, M. eds. (2010) Comparative media systems. European and global perspective. Budapest: CEU Press.

DOWNING, J. (1996) Internationalizing media theory: Transition, power, culture. Thousand Oaks: Sage.

DOWNEY, J. & MIHEJL, S. (2012). Central and Eastern European media in comparative perspective. Farnham: Ashgate.

EKIERT, G. (1996) The state against society: Political crises and their aftermath in East Central Europe. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

FRIEDMAN, M. (1962) Capitalism and freedom. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

GROSS, P. (2002) Entangled evolutions: Media and democratization in Eastern Europe. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.

GULYAS, A. (1999) "Structural changes and organisations in the print media markets of post-communist East Central Europe" Javnost/The Public, 6(2), 61-74.

GUNTHER, R. & MUGHAN, A. (2000) Democracy and the market: A comparative perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

HABERMAS, J. (1989) The structural transformation of the public sphere. Cambridge: MIT Press.

HALLIN, D. C., MANCINI, P. (2004) Comparing media systems: Three models of media and politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

HALLIN, D. C., MANCINI, P. eds. (2012) Comparing media systems beyond the Western world. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

HARDY, J. (2008) Western media systems. New York: Routledge.

HOLY, L. (1996) The little Czech and the great Czech nation: National identity and the post-communist social transformation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

HUME, E. (2011). "Caught in the middle: Central and Eastern European journalism at a crossroads. A report to the Center for International Media Assistance" http://www.cima.ned.org/resource/caught-in-the-middle-central-and-eastern-european-journalism-at-a-crossroads

JAKUBOWICZ, K. (1995) "Media as agents of change" in Paletz, D., Jakubovicz, K., & Novosel, P. eds. Glasnost and after. Media and change in Central and Eastern Europe. Creskill: Hampton Press, 19-48.

JAKUBOWICZ, K. (2007) Rude awakening: Social and media change in Central and Eastern Europe. Cresskill: Hampton Press

JAKUBOWICZ, K. & SUKOSD, M. eds. (2008) Finding the right place on the map: Central and Eastern European media change in a global perspective. Bristol: Intellect Books.

JIRAK, J. & KOPPLOVA, B. (2008) "The reality show called democratization: Transformation of the Czech media after 1989" Global Media Journal, 4(1), 7-23.

JIRAK, J. & KOPPLOVA, B. (2013) "Two decades of free media in the Czech Republic: So what? Remarks on the discourse of post-1989 media transformation" in: Gross, P. & Jakubowicz, K. eds. Media transformations in the post-communist world: East Europe's tortured path to change. Plymouth: Lexington Books, 183-194.

KAPLAN, F. & SMID, M. (1995) "Czech Republic: Broadcasting after 1989: Overhauling the system and its structures" Javnost/The Public, 2(3), 33-45.

KETTLE, S. (1996). The development of the Czech media since the fall of communism. The Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, 12(4), 42-60.

KOPPLOVA, B. & JIRAK, J. (2001) "Der Prager TV-Streik und die Auseinandersetzung um das öffentlich-rechtliche Fernsehen in der Tschechischen Republik" [The Prague TV strike and the debate about public service TV broadcasting in the Czech Republic] In: Bernold, M., Szely, S. (Eds.) Televisionen. Historiografie des Fernsehens. Osterreichische Zeitschrift fur Geschichtswissenschafte, 12 (4), Vienna: Turia + Kant, 136-143.

KOPPLOVA, B. & JIRAK, J. (2008) "Brave new journalism: The attitudes of Czech journalists towards their own profession" in: Dobek-Ostrowska, B. and Glowacki, M. eds. Comparing media systems in Central Europe: Between commercialization and politicization, 197-208.

KUNCZIK, M. (1984). Communication and social change. Bonn: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.

LINZ, J. & STEPAN, A. (1996) Problems of democratic transition and consolidation: Southern Europe, South America and post-communist Europe. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.

LIVINGSTONE, S. (2003) "On the challenges of Cross-National Comparative Media Research" European Journal of Communication, 18(4), 477–500.

METYKOVA, M., & WASCHKOVA CISAROVA, L. (2009) "Changing journalistic practices in Eastern Europe The cases of the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia" Journalism, 10(5), 719-736.

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O’NEIL, P. ed. (1998). Communicating democracy: The media and political transitions. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

PALETZ, D., JAKUBOWITZ, K. & NOVOSEL, P. eds. (1995) Glasnost and after. Media and change in Central and Eastern Europe. Cresskill: Hampton Press.

PAVLIK, P., & SHIELDS, P. (1999) "Toward an explanation of television broadcast restructuring in the Czech Republic" European Journal of Communication, 14(4), 487-524.

PRICE, M. E., ROZUMILOWICZ, B. & VERHULST, S. G. eds. (2002) Media reform: Democratizing media, democratizing the state. New York: Routledge.

PRZEWORSKI, A. (1991) Democracy and the market: Political and economic reforms in Eastern Europe and Latin America. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

PRZEWORSKI, A. (2000) Democracy and development: Political institutions and well-being in the world, 1950-1990. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

SAXONBERG, S. (2001) The fall: A comparative study of the end of communism in Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary and Poland. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers.

SIEBERT, F.S., PETERSON, T. & SCHRAMM, W. (1956) Four theories of the press. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

SMID, M. (1996) "TV Nova a CME v kontextu stredni Evropy" [TV NOVA and CME in the Central European context]. Hospodarske noviny, January 26, 10.

SMID, M. (2013) "Ceska media a jejich role v procesu politicke zmeny roku 1989." [Czech media and their role in the process of political change in 1989."] Louc.cz http://www.louc.cz/pril01/listopad.pdf

de SOLA POOL, I. (1983). Technologies of freedom. Cambridge: Belknap Press.

SPARKS, C. (1995) "The media as a power for democracy" Javnost/The Public, 2(1), pp. 45-61.

SPARKS, C. (2008) "Media systems in transition: Poland, Russia, China" Chinese Journal of Communication, 1(1), 7-24.

SPARKS, C. & READING, A. (1998) Communism, capitalism, and the mass media. London: Sage.

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STETKA, V. & KOURIL, V. (2005) "Vlastnicka struktura ceského mediálního trhu s ohledem na globalizacni procesy" [Ownership structure of the Czech media market in the view of globalization] Brno: Institut demokracie pro vsechny.

STETKA, V. (2008) "Promoting diversity or protecting national culture? Television without frontiers directive in the context of the Czech television landscape" in: Dobek-Ostrowska, B. & Glowacki., M. eds. Comparing media systems in Central Europe: Between commercialization and politicization, 165-84.

STETKA, V. (2010) "Between a rock and a hard place? Market concentration, local ownership and media autonomy in the Czech Republic" International Journal of Communication, 4, 865–885.

STETKA, V. (2012) "From multinationals to business tycoons media ownership and journalistic autonomy in Central and Eastern Europe" The International Journal of Press/Politics, 17(4), 433-456.

STETKA, V. & ORNEBRING, H. (2013) "Investigative journalism in Central and Eastern Europe. Autonomy, business models, and democratic roles" The International Journal of Press/Politics, 18(4), 413-435.

STETKA, V. (2014) "The watchdogs that only bark? Media and political accountability in Central and Eastern Europe" in: Glowacki, M., Lauk, E., Balcitiene, A. eds. Journalism that matters: Views from Central and Eastern Europe. New York: Peter Lang.

STOLL, M. (2018) Television and totalitarianism in Czechoslovakia from the first democratic republic to the fall of Communism. London: Bloomsbury.

SUROWIEC, P., STETKA. V. (2019) Social Media and Politics in Central and Eastern Europe. London: Routledge.

SZPUNAR, P. (2011) "Western journalism's 'Other': The legacy of Cold War in the comparative study of journalism" Journalism 13(1), 3-20.

TOEPFL, F. (2013) "Why do pluralistic media systems emerge? Comparing media change in the Czech Republic and in Russia after the collapse of Communism" Global Media and Communication, 9(3), 239-256.

TRAMPOTA, T. & KONCELIK, J. (2011) "The tabloidisation of the Czech daily press" in: Dobek-Ostrowska, B. and Glowacki, M. eds. Making democracy in 20 years: Media and politics in Central and Eastern Europe. Wroclaw: Wydawnictvo Uniwersytetu Wroclawskiego, 287-298.

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VOLEK, J. & JIRAK, J. (2007) "Professional self-image of the Czech journalists: Selected attributes" Medialni Studia, 4, 358-375.

VOLEK, J. (2010) Czech journalists after the collapse of the old media system: looking for new professional self-image" in: Dobek-Ostrowska, B., Glowacki, M., Jakubowicz, K. & Sukosd, M. eds. Comparative media systems. European and global perspectives. Budapest: Central European University Press, 171-194.

VOLEK, J. (2012) "Between quality/tabloid press strategies: Czech journalism twenty years after the collapse of the centralized non-market media system" in: Dobek-Ostrowska, B. & Glowacki M. eds. (2012). Making democracy in 20 years: Media and politics in Central Europe. Wroclaw: University of Wroclaw Press, 249-273.

VOLTMER, K. ed. (2006) Mass media and political communication in new democracies. London: Routledge.

VOLTMER, K. (2012) "How far can media systems travel? Applying Hallin and Mancini’s comparative framework outside the Western world" in: Hallin, D.C. & Mancini, P. eds. Comparing media systems beyond the Western world. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 224-245.

WASCHKOVA CISAROVA, L. (2008) "The development of the Czech local and regional press: Impact of foreign owners on the local and regional press markets in the Czech Republic" in: Dobek-Ostrowska, B. & Glowacki, M. eds. Comparing media systems in Central Europe: between commercialization and politicization. Wroclaw: University of Wroclaw Press, 185-96

WASCHKOVA CISAROVA, L. & METYKOVA, M. (2015) "Better the devil you don't know: Post-revolutionary journalism and media ownership in the Czech Republic" Media Studies, 6(18), 8-18.

WYKA, A. W. (2008) "In search of the East Central European media model – the italianization mode? A comparative perspective on the East Central European and South European media system" in: Dobek-Ostrowska, B. & Glowacki, M. eds. Comparing media systems in Central Europe: Between commercialization and politicization, Wroclaw: University of Wroclaw Press, 55-69.

WYKA, A. W. (2009) "On the way to dumbing down… The case of Central Europe" Central European Journal of Communication, 2, 133-147.

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Sylabus - angličtina
Poslední úprava: Mgr. Jan Miessler (26.01.2022)


1 Introduction
2 East vs. West and legacy of Communism in the CE Europe
3 Czechoslovak Television and Totalitarianism
3 Velvet Revolution and the collapse of the Communist media system
4 Media ownership after 1989
5 Struggle over public service broadcasting
6 New media and their influence on the Czech journalism
7 Tabloidization, alternative media and fake news
8 Czech journalists
9 Czech audiences
10 Czech media landscape developments in comparative perspective
11 Guest lecture
12 Final class
 
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