PECULIARITIES OF APPLYING VARIOUS APPROACHES TO THE PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS’ TRAINING AT THE US UNIVERSITIES

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Khrystyna MARTSIKHIV
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-4637-6604

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Introduction. It is necessary to note that integration and globalization processes have considerably affected the training of future journalists, making new demands on the society. Due to these advances different approaches to the journalist’s educational process started to be used by lecturers. The purpose of the article is to analyze approaches introduced in the educational process of professional journalists’ training. The methods. To achieve a certain purpose, a set of research methods have been used: general scientific including analysis and synthesis have been applied for the investigation of legal documentation, instructional programs; induction and deduction have been used to highlight the features of professional journalists’ training in US universities; due to methods of system-structural and systemfunctional analysis the main components of journalism education in the USA have been singled out. Results. In the course of the research various approaches applied during the professional training of journalists in the USA have been characterized. Main peculiarities of axiological, acmeological, synergetic, hermeneutic, diagnostic, competencybased, andragogic, organizational, functionalsystematic, student-oriented, culturological and interdisciplinary approaches have been identified. Due to the freedom of the development of the society it has been investigated that these approaches have such similarities: integrated use of learning tools, methods and technologies; reasonable focus on forming professional qualities of future journalists. The scientific originality of the results obtained is determined by the fact that for the first time thorough analysis of approaches used in the US educational system for the professional journalists’ training has been conducted. Conclusion. On the basis of the conducted research it is outlined that the professional journalists’ training at the US universities is grounded on theoretical likewise practical approaches. Taking into consideration developed provisions, the organization of professional journalists’ training, will contribute to the formation of highly qualified media specialists abled to compete in the labor market.

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MARTSIKHIV, K. (2021). PECULIARITIES OF APPLYING VARIOUS APPROACHES TO THE PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS’ TRAINING AT THE US UNIVERSITIES. Вісник Черкаського національного університету імені Богдана Хмельницького. Серія: "Педагогічні науки", (4). вилучено із https://ped-ejournal.cdu.edu.ua/article/view/4026
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Khrystyna MARTSIKHIV, Lviv Polytechnic National University

Ph.D in Pedagogy, Associate Professor, Foreign Languages Department,

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