Media Research Projects

Research - Politicians Visit talk Shows (2020)

 

Research paper of III year undergraduate students in Journalism and Mass Communication:

 

Authors: Nino Gogishvili, Mariam Davitadze
Mentor: George Jologua

 

Topic - Politicians visiting talk shows

 

Student Scientific Conference (2020)

 

On June 24, the Caucasus Media School Student Scientific Conference was held. By the decision of the jury, the three best research papers were selected:

 

I place - Temur Melikishvili

Topic: "Separation of Advertising Materials in Georgian Online Media"

 

II place - Sophio Sharadze

Topic: "Media as a Strong Weapon for Establishing Stereotypes"

 

III place - Nino Gabisonia

Topic: "Coverage of Homeless Problems in Georgian Online Media"

 

 

Research in the Subject of Conflict and Crisis (2020)

 

 

Mariam Shalamberidze's research - how ethically are the events related to Russia covered in the main news programs of Georgian TV channels?

 

Mikheil Goguadze's research - The coverage of the alleged infection of a patient with psychosocial needs and his doctor in the national media

 

 

Students’ Science Conference (2016)

 

Students’ Science Conference held on May 30 revealed two best works.  The first place was taken by the work of senior year students Giorgi Diasamidze and Giorgi Kikabidze: Karabagh Conflict – Trends in TV Programs and Internet Publications. The second place was taken by a senior year student Magda Sarsevanidze and her work: Voice of Abkhazia in Georgian Media.


 

Students’ Science Conference (2015)

 

On May 29, 13 students participated in Students’ Science Conference – Media and Conflicts - held at Caucasus School of Media. The participants were judged by the jury and the following winners were revealed:

 

 

The participants were awarded certificates and presents.


 

Media Research Class (2010-2011)

 

On April 19, 2012 Science Conference was held at CSM. Students of Journalism and Mass Communication presented their works to a commission of CU staff and faculty. The commission awarded the participants with books and certificates. The places were taken by:

 


 

Media Research Class (2010-2011)

 

Senior Year Research Projects

 

The final project in a course of Mass Communication/Journalism Program – Media Research Methods is designed to allow students to create a research project. The course was led by instructor Ekaterine Basilaya:

 

Works by: