”Individual paths of journalists: Qualitative longitudinal research” is a project that follows the lives and careers of about 40 young journalists for ten years. The project produces knowledge about the changing media landscape through the individual lens. It has been estimated that journalism students of today will navigate between various types of media and communication jobs in the field of communication. Does this hold true in Finland? The project is conducted in collaboration of Tampere University and Turku University of Applied Sciences.
Laura Ahva, Tampere University, COMET Research Centre, laura.ahva[at]tuni.fi
Kari Koljonen, Tampere University, COMET Research Centre, kari.koljonen[at]tuni.fi
Esa Reunanen, Tampere University, COMET Research Centre, esa.reunanen[at]tuni.fi
Milla Järvipetäjä, Turku University of Applied Sciences, milla.jarvipetaja[at]turkuamk.fi
Samuel Raunio, Turku University of Applied Sciences, samuel.raunio[at]turkuamk.fi
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