Media for Diversity and Migrant Integration

Short introduction to the MEDIVA bibliographic database

The MEDIVA bibliographic database presents more than 250 most recent studies (from 2000 onwards) and documents published in eight EU languages (Bulgarian, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Polish) which assess the capacity of the European media (including, press, TV, radio, internet) to reflect diversity and promote migrant integration.

The database is organized into five thematic areas: contents of migrant-related news, news making and programme production practices, recruitment, employment and training procedures.

About MEDIVA Project

The MEDIVA project seeks to strengthen the capacity of the media to reflect the increasing diversity of European societies and thus foster a better understanding of immigrant integration processes at a time when social cohesion and integration policies are put to the test by an acute economic crisis.

MEDIVA Project Bibliography online database goes public

As you may have noticed, there is a new Navigation Panel added on the left.
Those pages are open to the general public without User Log In
although the official "opening" will be set in October 2011.

Any comments to the usual email address please, or Log in and Add Comment !

All the best ~ ~ MEDIVA Project Biblio admin team

Notice to MEDIVA Project Researchers - 5 July 2011

Please note that the following modifications on Biblio entry form are made on 5 July 2011 -

* Tags field is added directly beneath Keywords field.

* Former field 4.2 is now hidden.

That's it for the time being . . . MEDIVA Project Biblio admin team

Notes for MEDIVA Project Researchers - 24 May 2011

MEDIVA Project Bibliography - Entry Form/format changes

Please note that following the discussions at MEDIVA First Meeting and Workshop,
number of changes are being made to the Bibliography Entry Form/format.

Primary "Title" field should be now the English title of the publication.
Former "English Title" field is now renamed as "Original Title".
Affected Researchers are notified and requested to amend the entries.
This change will make the database more user-friendly.

Also a new field "Country" is added below the renamed "Original Title".

MEDIVA Project Bibliography online database

MEDIVA Project Researchers are invited to fill in the Bibliography database.
Log in and you will find the Userguide on the left column. (Userguide updated on 31 March 2011)

Please note Bibliography contents are not available to the public yet.

MEDIVA Bibliography admin team wish this website will be useful to you all.

All the best, Admin

(note: tested and works on Mozilla Firefox 3.6, Safari 3.0 & Internet Explorer 8. IE6 does not display layout correctly)