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Recognition of the importance of early childhood education is increasing. Many reports published in Israel and around the world deal with the powerful and critical impact of this era on individuals and society. In contrast, the professional image of the kindergarten teacher in Israel is seen as being as low-status as in many countries. This professional image influences the choice of teaching profession and the conditions of admission in teacher training colleges. The low-status image is influenced by many publications in the Israeli media. To say these publications are unflattering to the profession and to kindergarten teachers would be an understatement. In this article, I will try to answer the question: How is the kindergarten teacher’s image expressed in publications about kindergarten and kindergarten teachers in the media in Israel? The research tools are ten articles with the kindergarten tag on the news content sites Walla and Mako as of June 2019. The method chosen is content analysis, a research technique for objectively describing media content through which messages can be identified. In so doing, I will draw conclusions about what can be done to improve publications about the profession and at the same time to improve the image of the kindergarten teacher in society.

popular news providers on Twitter, Potthast and colleagues (2016) discovered that they all used clickbait regularly. Similarly, Rony and colleagues (2017) found in their analysis that over 30 per cent of Facebook updates from 153 mainstream media organizations qualified as clickbait; these also received more attention in the form of likes, comments and shares. Arguably, some headlines are simply too alluring to stop us from clicking and sharing. On a larger scale, personalized and targeted news may actually take part in shaping someone’s view of the world. The

1 Introduction Whether the Turkish financial market is efficient, and major news such as the political news headlines of credible newspapers can affect to market prices are attractive questions for both researchers and investors, especially in the era of the new information revolution, the revolution that has triggered a serious boom in formulating events and news, presenting them and tailoring their consumption patterns. When talking about the factors affecting stock prices, a substantial number of researchers and economic specialists agree that economic and

) the headline of the article (the usage of the word ‘suicide’), (ii) an inappropriate photographic material, (iii) detailed descriptions of a suicide method, (iv) detailed descriptions of a suicide location, (v) informing the public about the reasons for suicide, (vi) a non-sensationalistic writing style, (vii) careful reporting about VIP suicides (celebrities), (viii) displays of empathy towards the grieving/bereaved, (ix) stating suicide-prevention resources (e. g., emergency line phone numbers), (x) general information about suicide-prevention resources and where

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Recent developments in Hungarian constitutional and judicial politics have given impetus to question not only the outcomes of democratisation and Europeanisation, but also the efficacy of the European Union’s compliance mechanisms. In 2010, Hungary, one of the forerunners in building democracy made the headlines with Fidesz’s attempts at adopting a new Constitution and implementing cardinal laws along with controversial institutional, cultural, religious, moral and socio-economic policies. This article attempts to depict the transformative power of the European Union within a sensitive policy area which touches upon States’ pouvoris régaliens: the independence of the judiciary.