The Department of Journalism and Media Studies offers a course at MA level on Science and the Media: Challenges for Journalism. In a democratic society, science and scientific communities should be subject to a rigorous process of dialogue and critique. However, many journalists covering science have tended to regard themselves solely as a translators and disseminators of scientific knowledge. Scientific institutions have, for their part, become increasingly skillful in shaping the image of science in the public. This course draws upon studies of how the media represent science, scientific uncertainty and risk. The students will be encouraged to explore other ways of representing science and science related issues in journalistic work. Read more.
- Collaborative journalism
- Conference: Safety of journalists covering conflict and sensitive issues
- Courses in English offered for advanced BA students
- Creative writing, storytelling
- Examples of co-operation
- Gender, media and journalism
- Journalism, democracy and press freedom
- Journalism, media and climate change
- Media and marginalization
- Media and war/conflict, journalist security
- Science journalism
- Traditional and social media: free expression and hate speech
- Norwegian resources
- Who are we?