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Research of June 2017

Research of June 2017

Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in June 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.

PublishedTitleAuthorsJournal / publisher
2017-06-01Pay Models in European NewsAlessio Cornia, Annika Sehl, Felix Simon and Rasmus Kleis NielsenReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2017-06-02New York Daily News: In praise of Facebook Instant ArticlesPeter BrownColumbia Journalism Review
2017-06-01Newspapers Fact SheetPew Research Center
2017-06-02Even a Celebrity Journalist Can’t Have an Opinion:
Post-Millennials’ Recognition and Evaluation of Journalists and News Brands on Twitter
Jasun Carr & Mitchell BardElectronic News
2017-06-01Crimean crisis of 2014 in the conservative and liberal U.S. mediaAnastasia N. SorokinaRussian Journal of Communication
2017-06-08The future of journalismSharon Pian ChanThe Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program
2017-06-06Latin American Investigative Journalism Education: Learning Practices, Learning GapsAmy Schmitz Weiss, Vanessa de Macedo Higgins Joyce, Magdalena Saldaña,
Rosental Calmon Alves
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator
2017-06-06S(t)imulating Journalism in the Classroom: A Structured Comparison of the Design of Pedagogical Newsrooms in Nordic Academic Journalism TrainingMaarit JaakkolaJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2017-06-05Who Experiences Growth in News Media Literacy and Why Does It Matter? Examining Education, Individual Differences, and Democratic OutcomesMelissa Tully, Emily K. VragaJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2017-06-09Empirical support for the media participation hypothesis: Trends across presidential elections, 1992–2012Erik P. Bucy & Jacob GroshekNew Media & Society
2017-06-08Conservative websites are far more likely to attack fact-checkers than their liberal counterpartsAlexios MantzarlisPoynter Institute
'My boss is 18,000 people': Journalism practices in crowdfunded media organizationsAdilya ZaripovaMedieKultur
Division in the land of ‘the unspoken’: Examining journalistic practice in contemporary New CaledoniaMarie M'Balla-NdiMedieKultur
Negotiating the boundaries of news reporting: Journalists’ strategies to access and report political information in ChinaXianwen KuangMedieKultur
Challenged by the state and the Internet: Struggles for professionalism in Southeast Asian journalismEmilie Lehmann-JacobsenMedieKultur
Trends and patterns in communication research on Asia: A review of publications in top SSCI journals, 1995-2014Xun Liu & Ran WeiMedieKultur
2017-06-09The influence of journalistic role performance on objective reporting: A comparative study of Chilean, Mexican, and Spanish newsClaudia Mellado, María Luisa Humanes & Mireya Márquez-RamírezInternational Communication Gazette
2017-06-08Evaluation in political discourse addressed to women: Appraisal analysis of Cosmopolitan’s online coverage of the 2014 US midterm electionsMaría Aloy Mayoa & Maite TaboadabDiscourse, Context & Media
2017-06-12The News User on Social Media
A comparative study of interacting with media organizations on Facebook and Instagram
Anders Olof LarssonJournalism Studies
2017-06-07Online Media Use of False News to Frame the 2016 Trump Presidential CampaignA.T. Chatfield, C.G. Reddick, K.P. ChoiPaper: dg.o '17 Proceedings of the 18th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research
2017-06-12Media Pluralism Monitor Results 2016CMPFThe Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF)
2017-06-12Cultural Journalism in the Nordic CountriesBarbie Zelizer Raymond Williams (ed.)Nordicom
2017-06-12Media coverage of the UK 2017 General Election campaignCentre for Research in Communication and Culture
2017-06-12Ad Wars
Digital Challenges for Ad-Financed News Media in the Nordic Countries
Jonas Ohlsson, Ulrika FachtNordicom
2017-06-07The Case for Media ImpactFergus Pitt, Lindsay Green-BarberTow Center for Digital Journalism
2017-06-10The Sophi HUD: A Novel Visual Analytics Tool for News MediaJessica Peter et al.Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference
2017-06-06Linking Multimedia Content for Efficient News BrowsingRémi Bois et al.Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Multimedia Retrieval
2017-06-15The digital-born and legacy news media on Twitter during the French presidential electionsSilvia Majó-Vázquez, Jun Zhao and Rasmus Kleis NielsenReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2017-06-02How Young, Uninsured Americans Respond to News Coverage of Obamacare: An Experimental Test of an Affective Mediation ModelJason A. Martin, Jessica Gall Myrick and Kimberly K. WalkerMass Communication and Society
2017-06-13Has government been mediatized? A UK perspectiveRuth Garland, Damian Tambini and Nick CouldryMedia, Culture & Society
2017-06-13The political economy of climate change reporting in NigeriannaEmeka Chidiebere MeribeAfrican Journalism Studies
2017-06-13Questioning the media-democracy link: South African journalists’ viewsWallace Chuma et al.African Journalism Studies
2017-06-13Understanding the “Sowetans”: journalism as a product of organisational cultureLesley CowlingAfrican Journalism Studies
2017-06-13When audience segmentation is twofold: differences in media consumption along race and socio-economic background at a South African UniversityDavid SchieferdeckerAfrican Journalism Studies
2017-06-13The political economy of the media in Malawi: news coverage of agricultural input subsidiesAnthony Mavuto GundeAfrican Journalism Studies
2017-06-13Shifting the South African media diversity debate from the stick to the carrot: lessons from Scandinavia, Latin America and West AfricaJulia PlessingAfrican Journalism Studies
2017-06-13Statistics as news: South African newspapers and the release of Community Survey 2016Anthony John ChristopherAfrican Journalism Studies
2017-06-13The Imagined Backward and Downtrodden Other: Contemporary American news coverage of the Roma/GypsyAdina SchneeweisJournalism Studies
2017-06-13Investing in Online Video News: A cross-national analysis of news organizations’ enterprising approach to digital mediaAntonis Kalogeropoulos and Rasmus Kleis NielsenJournalism Studies
2017-06-14Commercialization of Technology News: Quantity and quality dimensionsHsiang Iris Chyi and Angela M. LeeJournalism Practice
2017-06-14Politically Motivated Selective Exposure and Perceived Media BiasMatthew Barnidge et al.Communication Research
2017-06-15Gender, media, and myth-making: constructing China’s leftover womenHannah FeldshuhAsian Journal of Communication
2017-06-15The agenda-setting power of fake news: A big data analysis of the online media landscape from 2014 to 2016Chris J. Vargo, Lei Guo and Michelle A. AmazeenNew Media & Society
2017-06-16The “Free Press” of Unionized Journalists and Students: An alternative journalistic collaborationErrol SalamonJournalism Practice
2017-06-16Can Trust in Traditional News Media Explain Cross-National Differences in News Exposure of Young People Online? A comparative study of Israel, Norway and the United KingdomEiri Elvestad, Angela Phillips and Mira FeuersteinDigital Journalism
2017-06-16Mobile News Consumption
A habit of snacking
Logan MolyneuxDigital Journalism
2017-06-20Community Journalism & Empowerment: Do they go hand in hand?Neena PandeySIGMIS-CPR '17 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computers and People Research
2017-06-19Medieutveckling 2017 – Medieutbud [Media development 2017 – media output]Ingela Wadbring, Maarit JaakkolaNordicom
2017-06-19
Tweeting #Ferguson: Mediatized fields and the new activist journalist
Stephen R. BarnardNew Media & Society
2017-06-19Social media, surveillance and news work: On the apps
promising journalists a “crystal ball”
Neil ThurmanDigital Journalism
2017-06-20News media, movies, and anti-Muslim prejudice: investigating the role of social contactSaifuddin AhmedAsian Journal of Communication
2017-06-20Here’s What BuzzFeed Journalists Think of Their JournalismEdson C. Tandoc Jr., Cassie Yuan Wen FooDigital Journalism
2017-06-21Anastasia ValeevaPaper: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2017-06-05Who controls sport news? Media relations and information subsidies in Australian sport mediaMerryn Sherwood, Matthew NicholsonMedia International Australia
2017-06-22The Impact of Schemes
revealed by the
Panama Papers on the
Economy and Finances
of a Sample
of Member States
Roland Blomeyer et al.
2017-06-22Were broadcasters biased against Jeremy Corbyn? It’s the details that countStephen CushionCardiff University
2017-06-22Assessing “The Regulars”—and Beyond
A study of comments on Norwegian and Swedish newspaper Facebook pages
Anders Olof LarssonJournalism Practice
2017-06-22Building the ‘Truthmeter’
Training algorithms to help journalists assess the credibility of social media sources
Richard Fletcher, Steve Schifferes, and Neil ThurmanConvergence
2017-06-22The One Thing Journalism Just Might do for Democracy
Counterfactual idealism, liberal optimism, democratic realism
Rasmus Kleis NielsenJournalism Studies
2017-06-22Living within our means: The UK news construction of the austerity frame over timeLaura BasuJournalism
2017-06-23An Argument for Contrarian Thinking
Michael Schudson’s contributions to political communication research
Silvio WaisbordJournalism Studies
2017-06-23Journalism and the Democratic Market Society
Decline and fall?
Martin ConboyJournalism Studies
2017-06-23Newspapers and Cross-Level Communications on Social Media
A comparative study of Japan, Korea, and Finland
Joo-Young Jung and Mikko VilliDigital Journalism
2017-06-23An Exploration of the Complexity of Journalistic Interviewing CompetenciesSerena Carpenter, Anthony Cepak and Zhao PengJournalism Studies
2017-06-24Voicing the Puppet: Accommodating Unresolved Institutional Tensions in Digital Open PracticesClaes Thorén, Pär J. Ågerfalk, and Bertil RolandssonOrganization Studies
2017-06-01“I believe in faking”: The Dilemma of Photographic Realism at the Dawn of PhotojournalismAndie TucherPhotography and Culture
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