Research of December 2017

Research of December 2017. Picture: Snow by Nathan Fertig, license CC0 1.0

Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in December 2017 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
2017-12-01Bias, Bullshit and Lies: Audience Perspectives on Low Trust in the MediaNic Newman & Richard FletcherReuters Institute
2017-12-01Virtual Foreign Correspondence: Experimental Instructions in Digital Foreign News ReportingOliver Hahn, Florian Stalph & Tom StellerJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2017-12-06The Global Expansion of Digital-Born News Media Tom Nicholls, Nabeelah Shabbir and Rasmus Kleis NielsenReuters Institute
2017-12-04‘Everything is negative’: Schoolteachers’ perceptions of news coverage of educationKathryn ShineJournalism
2017-12-04Keeping pace with journalism training in the age of social media and convergence: How worthwhile is it to teach online skills?Ainara Larrondo Ureta, Simón Peña FernándezJournalism
2017-12-06Has Digital Distribution Rejuvenated Readership?
Revisiting the age demographics of newspaper consumption
Neil Thurman & Richard Fletcher
Journalism Studies
2017-12-4What does the crowd think? How online comments and popularity metrics affect news credibility and issue importanceT Franklin WaddellNew Media & Society
2017-12-05New digital realities and old public service broadcasting models – the case of public access and participation in Singapore’s televisual landscapeTania Lim, Azad Bali, Marcus MooMedia International Australia
2017-12-07Hacks and hackers: the ethos and beliefs of a group of Data-Driven Journalism professionals in BrazilMarcelo Ruschel TräselRevista Famecos
2017-12-04“You’re Fake News!”: The 2017 Poynter Media Trust SurveyAndrew Guess, Brendan Nyhan & Jason ReiflerPoynter Institute
2017-12-07The 3 types of news subscribers: Why they pay and how to convert themTran HaAmerican Press Institute
2017-12-05Pathways to Media Reform in Sub‑Saharan Africa: Reflections from a Regional ConsultationHerman Wasserman & Nicholas BenequistaCenter for International Media Assistance
2017-12-07Financialisation of news in China in the age of the Internet: the case of XinhuanetXin XinMedia, Culture & Society
2017-12-07Reversed positionality, reversed reality? The multimodal Environmental Justice frame in mainstream and alternative mediaRenée Moernaut, Jelle Mast & Yves PepermansInternational Communication Gazette
2017-12-05Tracking the Virality of News in Smart CitiesKhawar Hasham, Kamran Soomro &
David Ludlow
Companion Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing
2017-12-06Upvote My News: The Practices of Peer Information Aggregation for Breaking News on reddit.comAlex Leavitt & John J. Robinson Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction
Tabloids in the Era of Social Media?: Understanding the Production and Consumption of Clickbaits in Twitter"
Abhijnan Chakraborty,
Rajdeep Sarkar,
Ayushi Mrigen & Niloy Ganguly
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction
2017-12-06Would You Slack That?: The Impact of Security and Privacy on Cooperative Newsroom WorkSusan E. McGregor, Elizabeth Anne Watkins & Kelly CaineProceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction
2017-12-08‘Our newsroom in the cloud’: Slack, virtual newsrooms and journalistic practiceMel Bunce, Kate Wright & Martin ScottNew Media and Society (preprint from City, University of London repository)
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