İlker ERDOĞAN
(İzmir Kâtip Çelebi Üniversitesi, Sosyal ve Beşeri Bilimler Fakültesi, Medya ve İletişim Bölümü, İzmir, Türkiye)
Yıl: 2018Cilt: 29Sayı: 29ISSN: 1305-2411 / 2548-124XSayfa Aralığı: 31 - 56Türkçe

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Türkiye’de Freelance Gazetecilerin Perspektifinden Freelance Gazetecilik: Profesyonel Kimlik, (Dez)avantajlar ve Sorunlar
Yarı yapılandırılmış görüşmelere dayanan bu çalışma, gazetecilik araştır-malarında sıklıkla ihmal edilen ya da marjinalleştirilen freelance gazetecilerle il-gilidir. Bu çalışma, Türkiye’de, kendi hesabına çalışmak için geleneksel işveren odaklı gazetecilik mesleğinden ayrılan freelance gazeteciler hakkında araştırma alanındaki boşluğun doldurulmasına yönelik bir adımdır. Çalışmada, görüşmelere katılacak gazetecilere ulaşmak için araştırmacı hem Türkiye Gazeteciler Sendikası (TGS) veri tabanından faydalanmış hem de arkadaş çevresi ile kişisel bağlantılar kurmuştur. Üç ana araştırma teması dikkate alınarak on yedi freelance gazeteci ile görüşmeler gerçekleştirilmiştir: (1) Türkiye’de freelance gazetecilerin profesyonel kimliği, (2) Türkiye’de freelance gazeteci olarak çalışmanın avantajları ve dezavan-tajları, (3) Türkiye’de freelance gazetecilik alanındaki temel sorunlar. Freelance gazetecilerin mesleki haklarının korunması, iş ve gelir güvencesinden yoksun kal-ma riskinin ortadan kaldırılması ve çalışma koşullarının iyileştirilmesi için öncelikle devletin girişimde bulunması ve freelance gazetecilik yapan gazetecilere yardımcı olması gerektiği sonucuna varılmıştır.
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