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用现代新闻与传媒展现中国

课题背景

新闻价值构成要素之一,指新闻内容的重要程度。内容越重要,新闻价值越大。一般新闻学认为,判定内容重要与否的标准主要看其政治意义的大小及其对社会产生影响的程度。作为一个全新的科学门类,新闻传播学的研究能够帮助我们更好地通过现代媒体来对社会大众产生积极的影响,特别是在全球化紧密合作的今天,中国的新闻内容是世界各国了解中国的第一步,负责任,高质量的新闻内容将会为世界展现全新的中国。


课题内容

本课程将会带领学生阅读研究大量一手新闻学资料,特别是世界权威报刊之一的纽约时报,以及其他新闻原创。在课程结束时,学生应该对新闻业的起源和发展有深刻透彻的了解; 学生将知道衡量世界顶尖新闻报道的质量指标。 学生也会学习如何使用引述,事实和统计数据来为高质量的新闻内容辅助论证。在课程完成时,学生还将收获教授精心指导修改的新闻文章,优秀的文章甚至有机会在Medium网站上发布。


授课配比

教授课程:

共计16小时。教授讲授学科理论知识,讲解科研论文阅读材料, 探索研究方向,指导项目设置操作。 

TA助教课程:

共计16小时。指导项目操作以及学术论文写作,解答日常学业疑难,升学选课建议。

写作课程:

共计8小时。藤校资深写作导师进行写作辅导。


项目收获

网申推荐说明:

学生在顺利通过课程要求后,根据学生表现和特点,100%收获个性化网申推荐信。

教授评估报告:

根据学生课堂表现、学术能力评估、团队协作等综合考量出具评估报告。

项目结业证书:

由教授签字,证明学生参与的科研项目真实有效性。

外媒发布媒体报告:

新闻作品知名海外媒体平台发布。


导师信息


用现代新闻与传媒展现中国(图1)

Ari Goldman

哥伦比亚大学

新闻学院终身教授


  • 主要覆盖国际事务以及宗教的新闻学写作研究

  • 哥伦比亚大学新闻学院斯克里普斯·霍华德项目的负责人,该项目旨在为世界各地提供新闻学跨领域的学术研讨会

  • 兼任耶路撒冷希伯来大学的富布赖特访问教授、英国牛津大学犹太人研究中心的斯基洛研究员

  • 《纽约时报》任职超过20年,更是《华盛顿邮报》,《纽约犹太周刊》和《前进杂志》的专栏作家和时事评论员

  • 协助创办《纽约时报》学院,他所教授的课程“写大城市:覆盖纽约”是该学院最受欢迎的课程之一

  • 出版多本新闻相关书籍


任职大学

哥伦比亚大学(Columbia University),正式名称为纽约市哥伦比亚大学(Columbia University in the City of New York),简称为哥大,是一所位于美国纽约曼哈顿的世界顶级私立研究型大学,为美国大学协会的十四所创始院校之一,常春藤盟校之一。哥大名列2019 US News美国大学排名第3,2018年《华尔街日报》/《泰晤士高等教育》美国大学排名第2,2019福布斯美国大学排行榜第14名;2019年软科世界大学学术排名第8名,2020年USNews世界大学排名第7名。哥伦比亚大学新闻学院创办于1912年,是全美乃至全世界最优秀的新闻学院。美国新闻业的骨干大都是该校新闻学院的毕业生。


学习计划

Lecture 1 – Journalism Basics

Word of the Day: “Verisimilitude”

Daily Journalism Movie Clip: “Hans Christian Andersen”

Song: “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll”

Skill of the week: Crafting the lede – drawing your reader into the story

Topics covered: What is news? How do you know if it’s true? What are the three functions of a journalist? How do we carry them out? How do we tell the stories of others? How do we tell our own stories?

Lecture 2 – Talking to strangers

Word of the Day: “courage”

Journalism Movie Clip: “Ace in the Hole”

Song: “Deportee”

Skill of the week: getting beyond the lede

Topics covered: Organizing your story. What comes after the WWWWHW? The secret of the LIRQS. How do we talk to strangers? How do we bring others to life through words and video?

Lecture 3 – Observation

Word of the Day: “Perspicacity”

Journalism Movie Clip: “His Girl Friday”

Skill of the week: Finding the best place to tell a story

Topics covered: This week our job is to find the best block in China to profile. There are so many. How do we choose? Proximity? Historical significance? Representative of other blocks? Newsworthy? How do we use our journalistic skills to bring the block to life?

Lecture 4 – Research

Word of the Day: “Archives”

Journalism Movie Clip: “All the President’s Men”

Skills of the week: Using the library and the internet

Topics covered: Context is essential for telling any story. How do you give your story the necessary context so that the reader understands not only what is happening but the bigger picture?

Lecture 5 – Interview

Word of the Day: “Question”

Journalism Movie Clip: “Frost/Nixon”

Skill of the week: Getting people talking

Topics covered: The Art of the Interview. Talk to people on the block. We call them stakeholders. They are the people who live and work on the block. Talk to young people and talk to the elderly. Does anyone have memories of what it was like to grow up here many years ago? What is it like to grow up here now? Ask same questions of those who work here.

Lecture 6 – The News

Word of the Day: “breaking”

Journalism Movie Clip: “The Paper”

Skill of the week: Developing a nose for news

Topics covered: What is happening on my block that might constitute a news story? Is there any breaking news such as a murder, an accident, a robbery, a storm? Is there a trend story that I might turn into news? Is there a follow up story on a recent news event?

Lecture 7 – Feature

Word of the Day: “anecdote”

Journalism Movie Clip: “Almost Famous”

Skill of the week: Finding the right anecdote

Topics covered: How do we know if we have a news story or a feature story? What are the elements we need to build either type of story? What is the difference between feature writing and narrative writing?

Lecture 8 – Writing and Rewriting

Word of the Day: “Rewrite!”

Journalism Movie Clip: “The Post”

Skill of the week: Editing

Topics covered: How to edit yourself and others. You will get feedback from your professors and from each other.

Lecture 9 – The Showcase

Word of the Day: “Bravo”

Journalism Movie Clip: “Good Night and Good Luck”

Skill of the week: positive criticism

Topics covered: How do you know when a story is finished? What do you do with it once it is finished? Self-publishing v. publishing with a news organization.


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