Davetlisiniz: Kamuoyunu Doğru Bilgilendirme Sorumluluğu

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Tarih: 4 Kasım 2016, Cuma
Saat: 9.00-12.00
Yer: santralistanbul Kampüsü, E1-301

Moderatör: Duygu Demirdağ (CNN Türk Haftasonu Ana Haber)

Panelistler:
Prof. Dr. Halil Nalçaoğlu (İstanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi İletişim Fakültesi Dekanı)
Ferhat Boratav (CNN Türk Haber Genel Yayın Yönetmeni)
Emin Çapa (CNN Türk Ekonomi Müdürü)
Bengi Ruken Cengiz (Doğruluk Payı Editörü)

Bu panel, İstanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi İletişim Fakültesi ile Ortak Gelecek için Diyalog Derneği işbirliğiyle düzenlenmiştir.

PROGRAM:

9.00-9.30 Kayıt ve ikram

9.30-9.45 Açılış Konuşması
Baybars Örsek (Ortak Gelecek için Diyalog Derneği Yönetim Kurulu Başkanı)

9.45-10.00 Doğruluk Payı Yıllık Rapor Sunumu
Batuhan Ersun (Doğruluk Payı Proje Koordinatörü)

10.00-12.00 Panel oturumu

Book by Feyda Sayan Cengiz

20160203_095338“Beyond Headscarf Culture in Turkey’s Retail Sector”, authored by Feyda Sayan Cengiz, PhD (Assistant Professor at BILGI Faculty of Communication) is published by Palgrave Macmillan:

The headscarf issue draws a great deal of public and academic attention in Turkey, yet the debate largely unfolds within the contours of the discussions over modernization, Westernization, and the Islamic / secular divide. Rarely is there a discussion about how the connotations of the headscarf shift across cleavages of class and status among women wearing it. Instead, the headscarf is typically portrayed as a symbol of Islamic identity, a ‘cover’ that brackets social inequalities other than those based on a supposed ‘clash of identities.’ This study looks beyond these contours by contextualizing the headscarf discussion in an insecure and low status private sector labor market – namely, retail sales. Based on in-depth interviews and focus groups with lower middle class saleswomen with headscarves, this book argues that the meanings of the headscarf are continuously negotiated within the quest for social and economic security.”

 

Country report by Aslı Tunç

6kjquvrpSouth East European Media Observatory Turkey Country report, titled “Media Ownership and Finances in Turkey: Increasing Concentration and Clientelism”  is authored by Aslı Tunç, Ph.D. (BİLGİ Department of Media). The report examines financial relations between the government and the media institutions in Turkey. More information on the project can be obtained here.

2. Uluslararası Medya Çalışmaları kongresine Davet

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Akdeniz Üniversitesi İletişim Fakültesi, Kocaeli Üniversitesi İletişim Fakültesi ve Berlin Beuth Üniversitesi işbirliği ile 20-23 Nisan 2016 tarihleri arasında Akdeniz Üniversitesi’nde düzenlenecek olan 2. Uluslararası Medya Çalışmaları Kongresi’nin teması “Yeni Medya ve Görsel Kültür” olarak belirlenmiştir.

Hem ulusal hem de uluslararası alanda birbirlerinden farklı deneyim ve birikimlere sahip akademisyen ve uygulamacıların katılımı ile gerçekleştirilecek olan kongrede “Yeni Medya ve Görsel Kültür” alanı farklı gelenekler ve değişik bakış açılarıyla derinlemesine ele alınıp incelenecektir. Kongreyle birlikte iletişim biliminin en güncel ve önemli konularından olan yeni medya ve görsel kültür farklı başlıklar altında tartışılacaktır. Kongrede alana dönük kuramsal birikime katkı sağlamanın yanı sıra yeni işbirliği imkânlarının geliştirilmesi hedeflenmektedir.

Kongre hakkında detaylı bilgiye http://mediastudies2016.com linkinden ulaşabilirsiniz.

Article by Nazan Haydari Pakkan

4_cover-source“Sabun Köpüğü: Popular Culture, the Everyday, and Representation of Feminist Politics through Radio in Turkey”, authored by Nazan Haydari Pakkan, Ph.D. (BİLGİ Media School) is published by the journal, Feminist Media Histories:

“This article contextualizes the significance of popular culture and the everyday in feminist communication practices through the example of Sabun Köpüğü (Soap Bubble), a feminist radio production in Turkey that ran from May 2000 to October 2001. The research draws from the author’s interviews with Müge İplikçi, the main producer of Sabun Köpüğü, and Ömer Madra, the founder of Açık Radyo, in 2004; the content of the episodes; and the author’s observations as a listener and as a guest speaker on the program. Sabun Köpüğü was not publicly announced as a feminist program; however, it implicitly aimed to genderize discourses along lines that were elsewhere excluded from public debate. The author argues that the significance of Sabun Köpüğü as discursive-level feminist radio activism was mediated by a specific set of political conditions (e.g., gender politics, censorship, broadcasting regulations, the role of the state, and media ownership); by the history of feminist and intellectual movements; and by the economic, social, and political context that framed its production. Through the incorporation of gendered knowledge into areas where gender dimensions were marginalized and excluded, and through the promotion of dialogue and a conversational style, the program contributed to the politics of feminism in the space of radio.”