Publikationer

Här kan du köpa böcker eller ladda ner rapporter som Medieinstitutet Fojo publicerat i arbetet med att stödja fri, oberoende och professionell journalistik. Fojo publicerar böcker, rapporter och skrifter på flera språk. En del är gratis och kan laddas ner, annat kan du beställa genom att mejla den eller de titlar du vill ha till fojoinfo@lnu.se. Ange namn/företag, adress samt personnummer/organisationsnummer.

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English

  • A Changing Asian Media

    A Changing Asian Media

    PDF (2.3 MB)

    This report presents the findings of an assessment of the current media environment in South and Southeast Asia with the ambition of identifying key needs and challenges in the region.

  • Gender in Myanmar News (2017)

    PDF (5 MB)

    The results of the Gender in Myanmar News study aim to fill a gap in the media development process in Myanmar. This report has been carried out by MWJS, IMS and Fojo.

  • Gender in the Belarusian Media Landscape

    Gender in the Belarusian Media Landscape

    PDF (5.1 MB)

    Unique research conducted by Fojo and its partners in Belarus show how gender bias is built into the power structures of media organisations and how women are the ones losing out.

  • Gender in the Myanmar Media Landscape april 2015

    Gender in the Myanmar Media Landscape (2015)

    In the first study of its kind conducted in Myanmar, the report conducted by Fojo Media Institute and IMS, looks to assess the current status of gender equity in the country's media sector. April 2015...

  • Gender in the Myanmar Media Landscape November 2016

    Gender in the Myanmar Media Landscape (2016)

    PDF (1.9 MB)

    The research from November 2016 is focused not only on Yangon but represents what is happening in the states and divisions, an almost unexplored area when it comes to gender equality in the media.

  • SJC Rwanda - Baseline Study

    SJC Rwanda - Baseline Study And 8 Analysis

    ZIP (7.2 MB)

    Fojo Media Institute is partnering with the School Journalism and Communication at University of Rwanda for a four-year Capacity Building Program to educate Rwanda´s journalists of tomorrow.

Svenska

  • Hundra huskurer mot skrivkramp

    Hundra huskurer mot skrivkramp

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    En propplösare för vardagsjobbet av Rosemarie Holmström.

  • Sanningens många nyanser

    Sanningens många nyanser

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    En handbok i mångfaldsjournalistik av Behrang Kianzad och Lasse Sandström.

  • Statistiken i nyheterna

    Statistiken i nyheterna

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    Av Peter Håkansson och Lotta Sima. För dig som vill förstå siffror och statistik!

русский

  • Ideas to Journalist Teachers

    PDF (6.1 MB)

    A book written by Clas Thor, 2006.

  • Information about Press Council and Code of ethics for press, radio and television in Sweden

    Information about Press Council and Code of ethics for press, radio and television in Sweden

    PDF (234 KB)

    Here you can find information in Russian language about Press Council and Code of ethics for press, radio and television in Sweden.

  • Quo vadis?

    PDF (6.2 MB)

    Quo vadis? Articles by Russian media experts on trends and business models in media.  

  • Strategy of the Inevitable Transfer (extract)

    PDF (284 KB)

    Russian publisher Yuri Purgin has written a book where he reflects upon how smaller media houses should think when they face the challenges that arises in the transition from a single-medium to multi-...

  • Медиаменеджмент Пособие для руководителей СМИ

    PDF (6.7 MB)

    Media management, an e-book for editors and managers written by Irina Halling.  

  • НОВОСТИ Сложное искусство работы с информацией

    PDF (2.5 MB)

    Written by Erik Fichtelius, 2008.