Collaborative writing strategies in journalistics: A literature review


  • Yunita Susi Andriani Sekolah Tinggi Multi Media Yogyakarta



collaborative writing, journalism, collaboration,, learning strategy


This article is a literature review that explains the benefits and ways of implementing collaborative writing strategies in the field of journalism. This study was carried out by collecting data from various journals and research related to Collaborative Writing Strategies in Journalism. Collaborative Writing is useful for improving writing skills, providing an opportunity to collect ideas and providing a positive emotional and social impact. Collaborative writing in journalism involves individuals and organizations working together to create, publish, and disseminate information. This is applied well between the same media organization, between different organizations, in journalism schools, non-profit organizations, and independent journalists. In the world of work, this skill is also very valuable, because almost all journalism activities involve teamwork. Existing studies show that the collaborative writing learning strategy applied by teachers shows a good response from students, most students like and can show their creativity in collaborative writing assignments. Collaborative Writing is useful for improving writing skills, providing an opportunity to collect ideas and providing a positive emotional and social impact.

Author Biography

Yunita Susi Andriani, Sekolah Tinggi Multi Media Yogyakarta

Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, Direktorat Pascasarjana Pendidikan, Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa


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How to Cite

Andriani, Y. S. (2024). Collaborative writing strategies in journalistics: A literature review. Humanities, Education, Applied Linguistics, and Language Teaching: Conference Series, 1(1), 55–60.