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CHILDREN’S RIGHTS ANDJOURNALISM SYLLABUS IN TURKEY              H. ESRA ARCAN PhD              ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY        ...
THANKS TO   UNICEF Geneva and Ankara Offices   DIT   Brian O’Neill   Michael Foley   Noirin Hayes
PREREQUISITIES   Education of Educators   Preparing Course Materials   Localization of the textbook   Creating and gat...
EDUCATION OF EDUCATORS:CHALLANGES   LACK of HR CULTURE/DEMOCRACY   A NEW HR APPROACH for TEACHERS and    STUDENTS   A N...
PREPARING COURSE MATERIALS:1LOCALIZATION OF THE TEXTBOOK   CRITICALLY REVIEWING   of LOCAL LAW   of PROFESSIONAL ETHICS...
ASPECT of LOCAL LAW of TEXTBOOK   Scanning national law rules   Scanning Police Application of Law   Considering UN CRC...
ASPECT OF THE LOCALPROFFESSIONAL ETHICS OF THETEXTBOOK   Journalism Association of Turkey   Guidelines for the Media to ...
ADDING LOCAL NEWS/STUDY CASES/SUBJECTS TO THE TEXTBOOK   CRITICAL READING OF NEWS RELATED TO    CHILDREN:   WRONG NEWS M...
PREPARING COURSE MATERIALS:2CREATING AND GATHERING LOCALCOURSE MATERIALS   Articles by teachers   Daily Newspapers, Maga...
APPLYING THE SYLLABUS   7 PARTICIPANTS OF THE PROJECT:   ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY   ANADOLU UNIVERSITY   GAZİ UNIVERSITY  ...
ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY CHILDREN’SRIGHTS AND JOURNALISM COURSESYLLABUS   3 CREDIT MANDATORY COURSE   5th SEMESTER   14 WEEK...
COURSE DESCRİPTİON   This course has been specifically designed    by UNICEF and an academic committee from    Turkey and...
WEEK 1   Introduction of Subject, Reading and Course    Requirements   Liberal and Social approaches to the state,    th...
WEEK 2   Conceptual and philosophical genesis of    human rights    Natural Rights (Greek and Roman Thought)    Human R...
WEEK 3   Why do children need special Right? State of children around    the world, including Turkey, with UNDP, EU stati...
WEEK 4   History of children’s rights activism; 19th Century- Britain   A factory owner: Robert Owen,   A child worker ...
WEEK 5   Children Rights and Media:   Representation in news: Constructed reality    vs. Objective reality   Relation b...
WEEK 5   Representation of Child in Media: wrong and right news examples   Children in conflict with the law: demons and...
WEEK 7   Midterm visa period
WEEK 8   Student presentation and discussion of news   CR and Journalism Practice introduction and general    principles...
WEEK 9   IFJ Guidelines for children news   TGC Media and Diversity Guidelines for Child    BBC Editorial Principles  ...
WEEK 10   Movie: Shame, Dir. Samra Makmalbah   Special Issues and Child Protection Policies   Reading: Read course book...
WEEK 11   Special Issues;   Reporting on armed/ethnic conflict-child    soldiers,   Violence, children, media   Child ...
WEEK 12   Presentation of research results and    discussion
WEEK 13   General Evaluation&Discussion on course
WEEK 14   Final Exam
OUTCOMES OF THE PROJECT   BOOKS (Handbook of Media and Children’s    rights)   CONFERENCES (I. Children’s Rights    Cong...
IMPACT OF THE PROJECT   UNMEASURED INFO:   Graduted students who took the course, as    reporters and editors are more s...
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Children’s rights and journalism syllabus in turkey

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A presentation by Dr. Ersa Arcan from the Istanbul University describing how she and her colleagues in 7 universities has adapted a syllabus to embed child rights understanding into journalism practice. Includes week-by-week description of the stand-alone course, evaluation and outputs from the course (from the students and supporting materials).

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Children’s rights and journalism syllabus in turkey

  1. 1. CHILDREN’S RIGHTS ANDJOURNALISM SYLLABUS IN TURKEY H. ESRA ARCAN PhD ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY COMMUNICATION FACULTY
  2. 2. THANKS TO UNICEF Geneva and Ankara Offices DIT Brian O’Neill Michael Foley Noirin Hayes
  3. 3. PREREQUISITIES Education of Educators Preparing Course Materials Localization of the textbook Creating and gathering local course materials Preparing Syllabus
  4. 4. EDUCATION OF EDUCATORS:CHALLANGES LACK of HR CULTURE/DEMOCRACY A NEW HR APPROACH for TEACHERS and STUDENTS A NEW METHODOLOGY for TEACHERS and STUDENTS
  5. 5. PREPARING COURSE MATERIALS:1LOCALIZATION OF THE TEXTBOOK CRITICALLY REVIEWING of LOCAL LAW of PROFESSIONAL ETHICS ADDING LOCAL NEWS/STUDY CASES/ SUBJECTS
  6. 6. ASPECT of LOCAL LAW of TEXTBOOK Scanning national law rules Scanning Police Application of Law Considering UN CRC Monitoring (Shadow) Reports
  7. 7. ASPECT OF THE LOCALPROFFESSIONAL ETHICS OF THETEXTBOOK Journalism Association of Turkey Guidelines for the Media to transform production and content development process for the benefit of children
  8. 8. ADDING LOCAL NEWS/STUDY CASES/SUBJECTS TO THE TEXTBOOK CRITICAL READING OF NEWS RELATED TO CHILDREN: WRONG NEWS MAKING EXAMPLES (Stagmatization, Demonization of Children) CHILDREN RIGHTS BASED NEWS MAKING EXAMPLES LOCAL SUBJECTS: CHILD BRIDES, STONE THROWN CHILDREN (Victims of Anti Terror Law), MINORITY CHILDREN
  9. 9. PREPARING COURSE MATERIALS:2CREATING AND GATHERING LOCALCOURSE MATERIALS Articles by teachers Daily Newspapers, Magazines, TV news sets Novels and stories Movies, documanteries, fotos, visual materials
  10. 10. APPLYING THE SYLLABUS 7 PARTICIPANTS OF THE PROJECT: ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY ANADOLU UNIVERSITY GAZİ UNIVERSITY ANKARA UNIVERSITY GALATASARAY UNIVERSITY BİLGİ UNIVERSITY ISTANBUL AYDIN UNIVERSITY
  11. 11. ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY CHILDREN’SRIGHTS AND JOURNALISM COURSESYLLABUS 3 CREDIT MANDATORY COURSE 5th SEMESTER 14 WEEKS/3 HOURS THEORETICAL/ PRACTICAL TEACHING
  12. 12. COURSE DESCRİPTİON This course has been specifically designed by UNICEF and an academic committee from Turkey and Ireland to address the needs and interests of students of journalism in order to teach children’s rights based journalism perspective.
  13. 13. WEEK 1 Introduction of Subject, Reading and Course Requirements Liberal and Social approaches to the state, the rights and the media:. News as construction vs. objectivity and fairness of news Reading TB&by Dr. Arcan
  14. 14. WEEK 2 Conceptual and philosophical genesis of human rights Natural Rights (Greek and Roman Thought) Human Rights (Enlightenment, Humanism, and Contemporary HR: after WW II Reading: TB&by Dr. Arcan
  15. 15. WEEK 3 Why do children need special Right? State of children around the world, including Turkey, with UNDP, EU statistics and cases. What are the rights of children? Convention on Children’s Rights Readings: TB&R.Oven-New Society’s related chapter Make a classifications of articles in Convention on Children’s Rights according to Survival- Protection- Development- Participation Rights Group
  16. 16. WEEK 4 History of children’s rights activism; 19th Century- Britain A factory owner: Robert Owen, A child worker and journalist: John Doherty, A women writer: Frances Trallope and her novel “Michael Armstrong: A Factory Boy” A writer from Turkey: Kemalettin Tuğcu Convention on Children’s Rights in the light of history of child labor (Survival rights, development rights, and protection rights) Reading and Assignment: Read Timur Soykan’s interview with a child worker and write a paper to compare today’s child labor state to Owen’s era.
  17. 17. WEEK 5 Children Rights and Media: Representation in news: Constructed reality vs. Objective reality Relation between representation and reality in news Stereotyping and Stigmatization&Demonization of children in news
  18. 18. WEEK 5 Representation of Child in Media: wrong and right news examples Children in conflict with the law: demons and protection rights Children who forced to work in streets; poverty and survival- development rights Children who sexually harassed or exploited; femalisation of child and protection rights Children who are a part of cultural activities; good news on participation rights Reading: Course Book Assignment: For next class bring news related to children to the class and make a brief presentation about it according what you learn in class 4-5
  19. 19. WEEK 7 Midterm visa period
  20. 20. WEEK 8 Student presentation and discussion of news CR and Journalism Practice introduction and general principles Info on news monitoring research Reading and assignment: Read Course book U2 P1 and Media and Diversity Guideline for Child of TGC. Read research handout (by E. Arcan) chose your research teammate and newspaper and inform E. Arcan.
  21. 21. WEEK 9 IFJ Guidelines for children news TGC Media and Diversity Guidelines for Child BBC Editorial Principles Interviewing with children Assignment: Apply to the Hearing and Speech Handicapped School to make an interview with a student and write news for IU News Agency. Study on research project.
  22. 22. WEEK 10 Movie: Shame, Dir. Samra Makmalbah Special Issues and Child Protection Policies Reading: Read course book U2/P2, Can Dündar: TV and Violance, study on research project
  23. 23. WEEK 11 Special Issues; Reporting on armed/ethnic conflict-child soldiers, Violence, children, media Child sex workers Assignment: Write a general evaluation for course no more than 1 page
  24. 24. WEEK 12 Presentation of research results and discussion
  25. 25. WEEK 13 General Evaluation&Discussion on course
  26. 26. WEEK 14 Final Exam
  27. 27. OUTCOMES OF THE PROJECT BOOKS (Handbook of Media and Children’s rights) CONFERENCES (I. Children’s Rights Congress of Turkey) IU UNIVERSITY for CHILDREN CHILDREN NEWSPAPER, NEWS, DOCUMANTERIES, SHORT MOVIES, as student projects.
  28. 28. IMPACT OF THE PROJECT UNMEASURED INFO: Graduted students who took the course, as reporters and editors are more sensitive and aware of making news related to children. Do&do not about news related to children are more common in media. Children’s rights and related ethical issues are more visible in media.

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