Research of April 2018

Research of April 2018

Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in April 2018 about journalism research. The list is updated a couple of times per week. The bolded titles link to JRN articles written about the studies.

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2018-04-25The Digital Transition of Local NewsJoy Jenkins, Rasmus Kleis NielsenReport: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2018-04-24The Agency Makes the (Online) News World go Round: The Impact of News Agency Content on Print and Online NewsJelle Boumans, Damian Trilling, Rens Vliegenthart, Hajo BoomgaardenInternational Journal of Communication
2018-04-24Power Pressures and Pocketbook Concerns: Perceptions of Organizational Influences on News Content in the Television IndustryRita ColistraInternational Journal of Communication
2018-04-23DKN: Deep Knowledge-Aware Network for News RecommendationHongwei Wang, Fuzheng Zhang, Xing Xie, Minyi GuoWWW '18 Proceedings of the 2018 World Wide Web Conference on World Wide Web
2018-04-23Identifying Modes of User Engagement with Online News and Their Relationship to Information Gain in TextNir GrinbergWWW '18 Proceedings of the 2018 World Wide Web Conference on World Wide Web
2018-04-23DRN: A Deep Reinforcement Learning Framework for News RecommendationGuanjie Zheng, Fuzheng Zhang, Zihan Zheng, Yang Xiang, Nicholas Jing Yuan, Xing Xie, Zhenhui LiWWW '18 Proceedings of the 2018 World Wide Web Conference on World Wide Web
2018-04-23VizByWiki: Mining Data Visualizations from the Web to Enrich News ArticlesAllen Yilun Lin, Joshua Ford, Eytan Adar, Brent HechtWWW '18 Proceedings of the 2018 World Wide Web Conference on World Wide Web
2018-04-23What We Read, What We Search: Media Attention and Public Attention Among 193 CountriesHaewoon Kwak, Jisun An, Joni Salminen, Soon-Gyo Jung, Bernard J. JansenWWW '18 Proceedings of the 2018 World Wide Web Conference on World Wide Web
2018-04-23Framing the ‘White Widow’: Using intersectionality to uncover complex representations of female terrorism in news mediaMeagan Auer, John Sutcliffe, Martha LeeMedia, War & Conflict
2018-04-23Editorial Algorithms: Optimizing Recency, Relevance and Diversity for Automated News CurationAbhijnan Chakraborty, Mohammad Luqman, Sidhartha Satapathy, Niloy GangulyWWW '18 Companion of The Web Conference 2018
2018-04-21From Liberal to Polarized Liberal? Contemporary U.S. News in Hallin and Mancini’s Typology of News SystemsEfrat NechushtaiThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-04-21The Universal and the Contextual of Media Systems: Research Design, Epistemology, and the Production of Comparative KnowledgeMatthew Powers, Sandra Vera-ZambranoThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-04-21Framing the Taxation-Democratization Link: An Automated Content Analysis of Cross-National Newspaper DataVolha KananovichThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-04-20Cafébabel and ‘Génération Bataclan’: Cosmopolitan identities and/as constructive European newsHenrik BødkerJournalism
2018-04-20Coming out: The role of journalism in social exclusion of LGB peopleSanem ŞahinJournalism
2018-04-20Do tabloids poison the well of social media? Explaining democratically dysfunctional news sharingAndrew Chadwick, Cristian Vaccari, Ben O’LoughlinNew Media & Society
2018-04-20Uncertain Geography of the Local News and Civic Participation in New Media EraNataliia SteblynaCommunication Today
2018-04-19The State of Media and Communications Policy and How to Measure It (report on Finland) (summary in English)Edited by Marko Ala-FossiThe Ministry of Transport and Communications of Finland
2018-04-19Proposal for a new media agreement in Denmark (summary in English)Ministry of Culture in Denmark
2018-04-19Teaching Data Journalism in New ZealandGrant HannisAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-04-18 Partisan follow-ups
Editorial slant among newspapers during the 2013 Japanese Upper House election
Tatsuya FukushimaJournal of Language and Politics
2018-04-18In The Spotlight: Analyzing Sequential Attention Effects in Protest ReportingSebastian Hellmeier, Nils B. Weidmann & Espen Geelmuyden RødPolitical Communication
2018-04-183WS of Data Journalism Education
What, where and who?
Bahareh R. HeraviJournalism Practice
2018-04-17Engagement with news on Twitter: insights from Australia and KoreaRobert Ackland, Mathieu O'Neil & Sora ParkAsian Journal of Communication
2018-04-17Staying Alive
TV News Facebook Posts, Perceived Credibility, and Engagement Intent
Kate Keib, Bartosz WojdynskiElectronic News
2018-04-16The Great Barrier Reef: News media, policy and the politics of protectionKerrie Foxwell-Norton, Claire KonkesInternational Communication Gazette
2018-04-16The Mexican Third Sector of the Media: The Long Run to Democratise the Mexican Communication SystemRodrigo GomezTripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique
2018-04-16Broadening Exposure to Climate Change News? How Framing and Political Orientation Interact to Influence Selective ExposureLauren Feldman, P Sol HartJournal of Communcation
2018-04-16“I Just Google It”: Folk Theories of Distributed DiscoveryBenjamin Toff, Rasmus Kleis NielsenJournal of Communcation
2018-04-16“Enemies of the people”: Populist performances in the Daily Mail reporting of the Article 50 caseRuth BreezeDiscourse, Context & Media
2018-04-16Do National and International Media Cover the Same Event Differently? The Online Media Framing of Irreecha Festival TragedySamuel Mochona Gabore & Deng XiujunCommunicatio
2018-04-16Have They Got News for Us? The Decline of Investigative Reporting in Zimbabwe’s Print MediaAllen MunoriyarwaCommunicatio
2018-04-15On the social construction of democracy: Modal rhetoric in former East & West German journalists’ post-reunification editorialsCarl W Roberts, Cornelia Zuell, Roel PoppingJournalism
2018-04-15Convergence and de-convergence of Chinese journalistic practice in the digital ageKe LiJournalism
2018-04-13Failing to Prepare? Journalism Ethics Education in the Developing World: The Case of CambodiaFergal QuinnJournal of Media Ethics
2018-04-13Time Delays are Not Enough; Media Must Call Out LiesElizabeth SkewesJournal of Media Ethics
2018-04-13Corporate Social Responsibility in the Media: A Content Analysis of Business News in SpainAndrea Pérez, María del Mar García De Los Salmones & Carlos López-GutiérrezJournal of Media Ethics
2018-04-13Zoo Story: Narrative, Virtue Ethics, and Deconstructing Dualisms in the Journalism of Thomas FrenchJeffrey C. NeelyJournal of Media Ethics
2018-04-13Bridging the Gap
Journalists’ role orientation and role performance on Twitter
Edson C. Tandoc Jr., Jason Vincent A. Cabañes & Ysa M. CayabyabJournalism Studies
2018-04-13Look Who’s Talking
An analysis of actors in television news (2003–2016)
Kathleen Beckers & Peter Van AelstJournalism Studies
2018-04-13Working with the ‘gated’: A case study of ABC Open’s blend of reciprocal journalism and ‘collegial gatekeeping’Bill ReaderJournalism
2018-04-13Very polarised news media and high-level distrust of news in TurkeyServet YanatmaThe Turkey supplementary report of the RISJ Institute Digital News Report 2017
2018-04-12Compositional representation (CoDa) of the Agenda-setting of the political opinion makers in the main Spanish media groups in the 2015 general electionMarc Blasco Duatis, Marc Sáez Zafra, Nuria Fernández GarcíaCommunication and Society
2018-04-12Remaining challenges for digital newspapers regarding informative updates: case studies in the Spanish mediaJuan Carlos Marcos Recio, Concha Edo Bolós, David Parra ValcarceCommunication and Society
2018-04-12Immigration in the media sphere: key political actors’ strategiesMaría Ruiz Aranguren, María José Cantalapiedra GonzálezCommunication and Society
2018-04-12Indian Entrepreneurial Journalism
Building a typology of how founders’ social identity shapes innovation and sustainability
Summer Harlow & Monica ChadhaJournalism Studies
2018-04-12Popularizing party journalism in China in the age of social media: The case of Xinhua News AgencyXin XinGlobal Media and China
2018-04-12Supporting German occupiers: the pro-Vichy stance of the Basque newspaper ‘Eskualduna’Imanol MuruaCommunication and Society
2018-04-11Online distant witnessing and live-streaming activism: Emerging differences in the activation of networked publicsMichele MartiniNew Media & Society
2018-04-11Entertainment, News, and Income Inequality: How Colombian Media Shape Perceptions of Income Inequality and Why It MattersDavid Coppini, German Alvarez, Hernando RojasInternational Journal of Communication
2018-04-10Bypassing the press gallery: from Howard to HansonCaroline Fisher, David Marshall, Kerry McCallumMedia International Australia
2018-04-10Is Facebook Making Us Dumber? Exploring Social Media Use as a Predictor of Political KnowledgeMichael A. Cacciatore, Sara K. Yeo, Dietram A. Scheufele, Michael A. Xenos, Dominique Brossard, Elizabeth A. CorleyJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-04-10The Samsung–Apple patent war: Socio-cultural comparative study of news frames in a business conflict issueWan-Soo Lee, Min-Kyu Lee, Seok Kang Jae-Woong YooInternational Communication Gazette
2018-04-10Politics and the media in Australia and the United Kingdom: parallels and contrastsIvor Gaber, Rodney TiffenMedia International Australia
2018-04-10Ethics in the News, Trust in Ethical JournalismAidan White & Chris Elliot (eds.)Report by Ethical Journalism Network
2018-04-10Simply waltzing on? Reflections on the performance of the Canberra Press Gallery in an era of prime-ministerial instabilityMargaret Simons, Paul StrangioMedia International Australia
2018-04-09Exclusionary visual depiction of disabled persons in Malaysian news photographsPei Soo Ang, Siang Lee YeoDiscourse & Communication
2018-04-07‘You really have to have a thick skin’: A cross-cultural perspective on how online harassment influences female journalistsGina Masullo Chen, Paromita Pain, Victoria Y Chen, Madlin Mekelburg, Nina Springer, Franziska TrogerJournalism
2018-04-07The construction of political journalism: A microanalytic approachPeter BullDiscourse, Context & Media
2018-04-06Institutional limits to service dominant logic and servitisation in innovation efforts in newspapersJoaquin Cestino & Adele BerndtJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-04-06Which bedrock in a sea of change?Beate JosephiJournalism
2018-04-06Political elites and journalistic practices in India: A case of institutionalized heteronomySwati Maheshwari, Colin SparksJournalism
2018-04-06The Hyperlinked Scandinavian News Ecology
The unequal terms forged by the structural properties of digitalisation
Helle Sjøvaag, Eirik Stavelin, Michael Karlsson & Aske KammerDigital Journalism
2018-04-06News audience fragmentation in the Japanese TwittersphereTetsuro Kobayashi, Yuki Ogawa, Takahisa Suzuki & Hitoshi YamamotoAsian Journal of Communication
2018-04-06Managing old and new in local newsrooms: an analysis of Generation C’s multiplatform local news repertoiresTang Tang & Chih-Hui LaiJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-04-05Local TV news and the new media landscapeKnight Foundation report
2018-04-05Special Report: The JMC Innovation Project A Pivotal Moment for Journalism, Media and Communication Education: Assessing the State of InnovationAllan Richards, Kathy R. FitzpatrickJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-04-04Presentism in the newsroom: How uncertainty redefines journalists’ career expectationsManuel Goyanes, Eduardo Francisco Rodríguez-GómezJournalism
2018-04-04Women in Israeli journalism: forwards and backwardsEinat Lachover & Dafna LemishIsrael Affairs
2018-04-03'Il faut vivre’: Writers, Journalists and Income, 1890–1914Marieke DubbelboerDix-Neuf
2018-04-02Building the journalistic paradigm: Beyond paradigm repairTim P Vos, Joseph MooreJournalism
2018-04-02When journalism and satire merge: The implications for impartiality, engagement and ‘post-truth’ politics – A UK perspective on the serious side of US TV comedyR. BaileyEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-04-02The Panama Papers in New Zealand media: A modern diachronic corpus assisted discourse studyThomas Owen, Taylor AnnabellDiscourse, Context & Media
2018-04-02Converting cultural capital into economic capital: a hybrid newspaper’s content management and performance during economic turbulenceYou Li & Esther ThorsonJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-04-02Reinventing the business model for local newspapers by building wallsRagnhild Kristine Olsen & Mona Kristin SolvollJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-04-02Failure and understanding-with in entrepreneurial journalismAmanda Daniëlle BrouwersJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-04-02America’s front pages
A 30-year update
David L. Morris II, Matthew J. HaughtNewspaper Research Journal
2018-04-02Framing in a Fractured Democracy: Impacts of Digital Technology on Ideology, Power and Cascading Network ActivationRobert M Entman, Nikki UsherJournal of Communcation
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