Definition and Classification of the System of Professional Competence of a Journalist

Rayimjanov R.


In the context of globalization and media convergence, new requirements are imposed on journalists to ensure their professional activities in the information space. This article analyzes the essence and theoretical views on the concept of professional competence and the general requirements imposed by society on the professional competence of a journalist.


Professional Journalist; Competence; Professional Competence; Professional Qualification Requirements

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