Research of February 2018

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Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in February 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
2018-02-18The small, disloyal fake news audience: The role of audience availability in fake news consumptionJacob L. Nelson & Harsh TanejaNew Media & Society
2018-02-16News and Islamist Radicalization Processes: Investigating Muslims’ Perceptions of Negative News Coverage of IslamKatharina Neumann, Florian Arendt & Philip BaugutMass Communication & Society
2018-02-16Journalistic Homophily on Social Media
Exploring journalists’ interactions with each other on Twitter
Folker Hanusch & Daniel NöllekeDigital Journalism
2018-02-15“We’re a movement”: crowdfunding, journalism, and feminismAndrea Hunter & Jacqueline Di BartolomeoFeminist Media Studies
2018-02-15Resignifying Alan Kurdi: news photographs, memes, and the ethics of embodied vulnerabilityMeenakshi Gigi DurhamCritical Studies in Media Communication
2018-02-14Journalism Studies and its Core Commitments: The Making of a Communication FieldMatt Carlson et al.Journal of Communication
2018-02-14Journalistic Role Performance in the Spanish National PressMaría Luisa Humanes, Sergio RosesInternational Journal of Communication
2018-02-14Networks of Audience Overlap in the Consumption of Digital NewsSubhayan Mukerjee Sílvia Majó-Vázquez Sandra González-BailónJournal of Communication
2018-02-14Visually Reporting Mass Shootings: U.S. Newspaper Photographic Coverage of Three Mass School ShootingsNicole Smith DahmenAmerican Behavioral Scientist
2018-02-14How much U.S. newspapers charge for digital subscriptionsTracy M. CookAmerican Press Institute report
2018-02-14Isomorphism through algorithms: Institutional dependencies in the case of FacebookRobyn Caplan & danah boydBig Data & Society
2018-02-13Addressing a region? The Arab imagined audience and newsworthiness in the production of Al Jazeera ArabicJulian Matthews, Maiya Al HabsiInternational Communication Gazette
2018-02-11How the EU member states’ press represented the Euro CrisisGiovanni Barbieri, Donatella Campus & Marco MazzoniJournalism
2018-02-09River Activism, “Levees-Only” and the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927Ned RandolphMedia and Communication
2018-02-09Best practice approaches for reporting disastersJacqui Ewart & Hamish McLeanJournalism
2018-02-09Media Pluralism, Public Trust, and Democracy: New Evidence from Latin America and the CaribbeanMariana Rodríguez & Elizabeth J. ZechmeisterCenter for International Media Assistance
2018-02-09“Approaching an Abyss”: Liberalist Ideology in a Norwegian Cold War Business PaperBirgitte Kjos FonnMedia and Communication
2018-02-09Caught between sympathy and suspicion: journalistic perceptions and practices of telling asylum seekers’ personal storiesMervi Pantti & Marjus OjalaMedia, Culture & Society
2018-02-09From the Old New Republic to a Great Community: Insights and Contradictions in John Dewey’s Public PedagogyJames AndersonMedia and Communication
2018-02-09Lost in Translation—and Transmission: Contrasting Chinese and U.S. Gymnastics Television Coverage in the 2016 Rio Olympic GamesAndrew Billings, Qingru Xu, James R. Angelini & Paul J. MacArthurCommunication Reports
2018-02-09The Media Protest of Neighbouring Associations, Promoter of Citizen Democratic Culture during Transition in Southern SpainSandra Méndez-MurosMedia and Communication
2018-02-08Framing China: Discourses of othering in US news and political rhetoricSu-Mei Ooi & Gwen D’ArcangelisGlobal Media and China
2018-02-08Guide to Audience Revenue and EngagementElizabeth Hansen & Emily GoligoskiTow Center for Digital Journalism
2018-02-08Staying true to the mission: How C-SPAN translated espoused into lived values to pull off a ‘boring’ social media strategyHans Karl Meyer & Christy ZempterJournalism
2018-02-07The effects of disclosure format on native advertising recognition and audience perceptions of legacy and online news publishersMichelle A. Amazeen, Bartosz W. WojdynskiJournalism
2018-02-07Crowdsourcing Judgments of News Source QualityGordon Pennycook, David G. RandPaper: Yale University
2018-02-07Your parents will read this: Reading (as) parents in journalistic coverage of the Safe Schools Coalition Australia controversyJay Daniel ThompsonJournalism
2018-02-06Opinion dailies versus Facebook fan pages: the case of Poland’s surprising 2015 presidential elections Helena Chmielewska-SzlajferMedia, Culture & Society
2018-02-06Online Videos at Newspaper Websites: A Literature ReviewNiclas Hallgren, Mats NylundJournal of Media Innovations
2018-02-06Mutual Shaping of a CMS for Social Journalism in a Hierarchical News OrganizationMark Anthony PoepselJournal of Media Innovations
2018-02-06Constructive Journalism: An Introduction and Practical Guide for Applying Positive Psychology Techniques to News ProductionKaren McIntyre & Cathrine GyldenstedJournal of Media Innovations
2018-02-06Polarization, Partisanship and Junk News Consumption over Social Media in the USVidya Narayanan, Vlad Barash, John Kelly, Bence Kollanyi, Lisa-Maria Neudert, and Philip N. HowardData Memo: Oxford University
2018-02-06Market Orientation of News StartupsChristoph SommerJournal of Media Innovations
2018-02-05Researching Fake News: A Selective Examination of Empirical StudiesNicholas W. JankowskiJavnost - The Public
2018-02-05News Satire: Giving the News a MemoryLaura Shanti BasutripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique
2018-02-05Nature’s Economy and News Ecology: Scrutinizing the news ecosystem metaphorAnthony NadlerJournalism Studies
2018-02-05Architects of Networked Disinformation: Behind the Scenes of Troll Accounts and Fake News Production in the PhilippinesJonathan Corpus Ong, Jason CabañesRerport: The Newton Tech4Dev Network
2018-02-05Leveraging the Crowd to Detect and Reduce the Spread of Fake News and MisinformationJooyeon Kim et al.WSDM '18 Proceedings of the Eleventh ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining
2018-02-05The Detached Observer: On a Necessary Change to the Self-Image of Journalists in the Digital WorldHorst PöttkerJavnost - The Public
2018-02-05Mediatization as a combination of push and pull forces: Examples during the 2015 UK general election campaignJay G. Blumler & Frank EsserJournalism
2018-02-05Tracing Fake-News Footprints: Characterizing Social Media Messages by How They PropagateLiang Wu & Huan LiuWSDM '18 Proceedings of the Eleventh ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining
2018-02-02More than half of Facebook Instant Articles partners may have abandoned itPete BrownTow Center
2018-02-02Contesting Communities: The problem of journalism and social orderRobert E. Gutsche Jr. & Kristy HessJournalism Studies / Journalism Practice (combined special issue)
2018-02-02News Borrowing Revisited: A 50-Year PerspectiveDaniel Riffe, Seoyeon Kim & Meghan R. SobelJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-02-01How television moved a nation: media, change and Indigenous rightsLisa Waller & Kerry McCallumMedia, Culture & Society
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