CONTACT

CONTACT:

 

Drissia CHOUIT, Ph.D.

Professor of Comparative Linguistics,

Communication and Media Studies,

Faculty of Arts and Humanities,

Moulay Ismail University ,

Meknes , Morocco .

http://chouitnfissi.simplesite.com/284158239

chouitdrissia@gmail.com

nfissichouit@gmail.com

Brief Bio-data:


Drissia CHOUIT, Ph.D.,
is Professor of Comparative Linguistics, Communication and Media Studies. She obtained her Ph.D. in Linguistics and Communication from the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris III), France.  Former Consultant to UNESCO in Linguistics and Communication, she has ten years experience in Diplomacy, and over fifteen years experience in teaching Comparative Linguistics and Media Studies. She has also  been teaching Communication and Leadership, Communication and Translation, and Study Skills and Research Methods. She has a number of publications and papers presented at national and international conferences on Comparative Linguistics, Communication Strategies, Translation, Media and Information Literacy. 


She is a member of the following Networks/ Associations: UNESCO-UNAOC-UNITWIN Global Chair on Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue, representing Moulay Ismail University; UNESCO CHAIR Forum University and Heritage (FUUH); Association of Linguists "Les Amis du CRELINGUA (Centre de Recherche de Linguistique Anglaise ) University of Paris III; International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR); National Association for Safeguarding Arabic Language, and Moroccan Inter-University Network of English (MINE). 



 

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Commentaires

31.12 | 15:40

This refers to Alternative Media that critique not only powerful forces, but also mainstream media; they are called the watchdogs of the watchdogs.

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29.12 | 15:03

Hello Madame , Could you please explain what do we mean by the watchdog of the watchdog ? Thanks in advance

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27.12 | 18:59

The media are successful in telling us what to think about refers to the Agenda-Setting Theory of the Press and to News Values. You should also address the implications of News Agenda Settings.

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27.12 | 18:52

1. You should explain the second element of the statement "what to think about": News Agenda Setting based on News Values.
2. You should explain the first element of the statement: The media are not successful in telling us "what to think."

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