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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, Albert C. Gunther, Jinha Kim, Yangsun Hong, Mallory Perryman, Swee Kiat Tay, Sandra KniselyCommunication 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
2017-06-19Tweeting #Ferguson: Mediatized fields and the new activist journalistStephen 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
2017-06-21Open data in a closed political system: open data investigative journalism in RussiaAnastasia 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
2017-06-22News framing and media legitimacy: an exploratory study of the media coverage of the refugee crisis in the European UnionCarlos Rodríguez PérezCommunication & Society
2017-06-27Changing work routines and labour practices of sports journalists in the digital era: a case study of Postmedia Evan Daum, Jay SchererMedia, Culture & Society
2017-06-27Bearing the cost to witness: the political economy of risk in contemporary conflict and war reportingBrian CreechMedia, Culture & Society
2017-06-27Accessible Media: The Need to Prepare Students for Creating Accessible ContentNorman E. Youngblood, Lakshmi N. Tirumala, Robert Anthony GalvezJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2017-06-27Turkey’s news media landscape in Twitter: Mapping interconnections among diversity
Burak DoğuJournalism
2017-06-27Assessing the climate of public opinion in the user comments era: A new epistemology
Oren SofferJournalism
2017-06-27Journalists at a crossroads: Are traditional norms and practices challenged by Twitter?Sara Bentivegna, Rita MarchettiJournalism
2017-06-26Reinvention of Publishers’ Revenue Model—Expectations of Advertisers towards Publishers’ ProductsBianca Dennstedt, Hans KollerMedia and Communication
2017-06-27Gender violence: the media, civil society, and the struggle for human rights in ArgentinaMaría LuengoMedia, Culture & Society
2017-06-27New issue of British Journalism ReviewBritish Journalism Review
2017-06-19New issue of Media & viestintäMedia & viestintä
2017-06-27Situational ethics in photojournalism: Moving beyond doing good or doing rightYung Soo Kim Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-27Children and crime/abuse frame: The view from BotswanaEno Akpabio Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-27‘Ghana in the Eyes of God’: Media ecology and the Anas journalistic investigation of Ghana’s judiciaryFelix Odartey-Wellington, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, Percy BoamahJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-27Newspaper trust and credibility in the age of robot reportersBrad Schultz, Mary Lou ShefferJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-27Palestinian journalists, professional values and the negotiation of identityMelinda B. Robins, Elizabeth Lester RoushanzamirJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-27Watching over the watchdogs: Triangulation of press punishment in SudanMahmoud M. GalanderJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-27News values of amateur photographsKathrin SchmiederJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-27Reporters in the age of data journalismAndreas Veglis, Charalampos Bratsas Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-27Fair game? Journalists’ experiences of online abuseAmy BinnsJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-27Parallel worlds: A computerized textual analysis of abstracts published in major journalism studies journals 2000–11John Cokley, Elspeth Tilley, Susan Hetherington, Daniel Angus, Annie Taylor Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-27Is it a revolution or a coup? Scandinavian media representations of the ousting of Egyptian President Mohamed MorsyJoel W. AbdelmoezJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-27Resistance journalism in Haiti: The role of Radio Enriquillo in the coup against AristidePedro RuquoyJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-27Applied diversity: A normative approach to improving news representations of ethno-cultural minorities based on the Canadian experienceBrad ClarkJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-27Language use in Le Monde’s print and online ‘news at a glance’: A potential shift in news media roleElisabeth LeJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2017-06-28Avisåret 2016 / 2016 report on Norwegian newspapers (in Norwegian)Sigurd HøstVolda University College
2017-06-28Økonomien i avishusa [The Economy for Norwegian Newspapers] (in Norwegian)Medietilsynet
2017-06-22Digital News Report 2017Nic Newman, Richard Fletcher, Antonis Kalogeropoulos, David A. L. Levy, Rasmus Kleis NielsenReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
The Impact of Conventional and Novel Metaphors in News on Issue ViewpointAmber Boeynaems, Christian Burgers, Elly A. Konijn, and Gerard J. SteenInternational Journal of Communication
2017-06-28Maybe Things Aren’t So Bad, or Are They?
Michael Schudson’s ambivalent critique of commercialism
Rodney BensonJournalism Studies
2017-06-28Journalism Studies beyond Journalism
A critical and appreciative dialogue with Michael Schudson
Christoph RaetzschJournalism Studies
2017-06-28
The Monitorial Citizen in the “Democratic Recession"
Lucas GravesJournalism Studies
2017-06-28Listening and the ambiguities of voice in South African journalismAnthea Garman and Vanessa MalilaCommunicatio
2017-06-28Citizen journalism as a contestant in the history of journalismHatikanganwi Mapudzi and Oluyinka OsunkunleCommunicatio
2017-06-29From a Friend: You’ve Got to Watch This!
A Content Analysis of TV News Website Videos and Social Sharing Links
Jennifer WareElectronic News
2017-06-29Context collapse and privacy management: Diversity in Facebook friends increases online news reading and sharingMichael A Beam, Jeffrey T Child, Myiah J Hutchens, and Jay D HmielowskiNew Media & Society
2017-06-29Trust in distant sources: An analytical model capturing antecedents of risk and trustworthiness as perceived by journalistsFlorian WintterlinJournalism
2017-06-30Personal and Organizational Predictors of Compassion Fatigue Symptoms in Local Television JournalistsGretchen DworznikJournalism Practice
2017-06-30‘I changed my life’s course’: The impact of the Helsingin Sanomat Foundation fellowship on the career path of a journalistMaria Lassila-MerisaloJournalism
2017-06-28The Sisyphean Pursuit of Media Pluralism: European Efforts to Establish Policy and Measurable EvidenceRobert PicardCommunication Law and Policy
2017-06-30Transnational Media Management: Western News Organizations’ Web Operations in ChinaHsiang Iris Chyi, James Ian TennantInternational Journal on Media Management
2017-06-20On the credibility perception of news on Twitter: Readers, topics and featuresShafiza Mohd Shariffa, Xiuzhen Zhanga, Mark SandersonComputers in Human Behavior
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