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Die junge Journalisten-Generation beim NWDR

Die junge Journalisten-Generation beim NWDR

In the Wörterbuch der Journalistik [Dictionary of Journalism] Dr. Hans-Ulrich Wagner describes the situation of young journalists after the end of the war.

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Many then 'young' journalists repeatedly emphasised the aspect of guidance and assistance from the British control officers. The word 'censorship' was not used, although the manuscripts were checked. All British controllers and especially the German 'returnees in uniform' among them were certified as teachers and partners. They showed the young people, who had only gone through the National Socialist educational regime and had been drilled militarily in the Hitler Youth and the Wehrmacht, what discursive forms are, what the rules of the game are in a discussion and how to exchange different opinions.

Wagner, H.-U. (2020): Die junge Journalisten-Generation beim NWDR [The Young Generation of Journalists at NWDR]. In: Journalistikon. Das Wörterbuch der Journalistik [Journalistikon. The Dictionary of Journalism], 10.9.2020. Online: http://journalistikon.de/die-junge-journalisten-generation-beim-nwdr/.

Die junge Journalisten-Generation beim NWDR

In the Wörterbuch der Journalistik [Dictionary of Journalism] Dr. Hans-Ulrich Wagner describes the situation of young journalists after the end of the war.

To the article

Abstract
Many then 'young' journalists repeatedly emphasised the aspect of guidance and assistance from the British control officers. The word 'censorship' was not used, although the manuscripts were checked. All British controllers and especially the German 'returnees in uniform' among them were certified as teachers and partners. They showed the young people, who had only gone through the National Socialist educational regime and had been drilled militarily in the Hitler Youth and the Wehrmacht, what discursive forms are, what the rules of the game are in a discussion and how to exchange different opinions.

Wagner, H.-U. (2020): Die junge Journalisten-Generation beim NWDR [The Young Generation of Journalists at NWDR]. In: Journalistikon. Das Wörterbuch der Journalistik [Journalistikon. The Dictionary of Journalism], 10.9.2020. Online: http://journalistikon.de/die-junge-journalisten-generation-beim-nwdr/.

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