Research of August 2018

Journalism research of August 2018

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

PublishedTitleAuthorsJournal / publisher
2018-08-30When Corporate Social Responsibility Messages Enter the News: Examining the Effects of CSR-Framed News on Product Purchasing Intentions and the Mediating Role of Company and Product AttitudesChristian von Sikorski & Laetitia MüllerCommunication Research Reports
2018-08-30New issue of British Journalism ReviewBritish Journalism Review
2018-08-30Fake News
Australian and British journalists’ role perceptions in an era of “alternative facts”
Aljosha Karim SchapalsJournalism Practice
2018-08-30Portraying Protracted Conflict in the Entertainment Industry
The case of the Screen Actors Guild negotiations
Ryan P. Fuller & Ronald E. RiceJournalism Studies
2018-08-30Peace journalism on a shoestring? Conflict reporting in Nigeria’s national news mediaLeila Demarest, Arnim LangerJournalism
2018-08-29Journalism and activist democratic theory and ethics: When the ‘chilling effects’ of libel can lose effectAli Noor MohamedJournalism
2018-08-28Representations of Trans People in Swedish NewspapersMathilda ÅkerlundJournalism Studies
2018-08-27Using public opinion to serve journalistic narratives: Rethinking vox pops and live two-way reporting in five UK election campaigns (2009–2017)Stephen CushionEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-08-27Hybrid salience: Examining the role of traditional and digital media in the rise of the Greek radical leftTheodora A Maniou, Philemon BantimaroudisJournalism
2018-08-24How Age Affects Journalists’ Adoption of Social Media as an Innovation
A multi-group SEM analysis
Yanfang WuJournalism Practice
2018-08-24Marketing Credibility
Chinese newspapers’ responses to revenue losses from falling circulation and advertising decline
Haiyan Wang & Colin SparksJournalism Studies
2018-08-24A Step Forward?
Exploring the diffusion of data journalism as journalistic innovations in China
Shuling Zhang & Jieyun FengJournalism Studies
2018-08-24Personality Basis for Partisan News Media Use: Openness to Experience and Consumption of Liberal News MediaMinchul Kim & Cheonsoo KimMass Communication and Society
2018-08-23 Understanding encountering of story leads: A case of newspaper reporting behavior at Midwestern metropolitan-area newspapersMatt Bird-Meyer, Sanda ErdelezNewspaper Research Journal
2018-08-23“A rape was reported”: construction of crime in a university newspaperMiriam Northcutt Bohmert, Kayla Allison & Caitlin DucateFeminist Media Studies
2018-08-23Rethinking the Venezuelan Media Presidency: Populism/Authoritarianism and “Spectacular Modernity”Noah ZweigInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-23The Reciprocal Effects Between Political Interest and TV News Revisited: Evidence From Four Panel SurveysJesper Strömbäck, Adam ShehataJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-08-23Have You Heard?
US journalistic “listening” in cacophonous times
Stephanie Craft & Tim P. VosJournalism Practice
2018-08-23The Promise of the Transparency Culture
A comparative study of access to public data in Spanish and Swedish newsrooms
Ester Appelgren & Ramón SalaverríaJournalism Practice
2018-08-23Convergence Between Platforms in the Newsroom
An applied study of Al-Jazeera Mubasher
Mohamed Morsy Hassan & Mohamad Hamas ElmasryJournalism Practice
2018-08-23From Mass to Elite Protests: News Coverage and the Evolution of Antigovernment Demonstrations in BrazilRachel R. MourãoMass Communication and Society
2018-08-22Looking for Efficiency: How Online News Structure and Emotional Tone Influence Processing Time and MemoryTessa I. DeAngelo, Narine S. YegiyanJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-08-21Passing for poor: the construction of poverty and race in immersion journalismHolly E. SchreiberCritical Studies in Media Communication
2018-08-21The Authentic (and Angry) Audience
How Comment Authenticity and Sentiment Impact News Evaluation
T. Franklin WaddellDigital Journalism
2018-08-21 Female Voices in the News: Structural Conditions of Gender Representations in Norwegian NewspapersHelle Sjøvaag, Truls André PedersenJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-08-19Adaptive Paywall Mechanism for Digital News MediaHeidar Davoudi, Aijun An, Morteza Zihayat, Gordon EdallKDD '18 Proceedings of the 24th ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery & Data Mining
2018-08-19EANN: Event Adversarial Neural Networks for Multi-Modal Fake News DetectionYaqing Wang, Fenglong Ma, Zhiwei Jin, Ye Yuan, Guangxu Xun, Kishlay Jha, Lu Su, Jing GaoKDD '18 Proceedings of the 24th ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery & Data Mining
2018-08-18‘This is England, speak English!’: a corpus-assisted critical study of language ideologies in the right-leaning British pressDavid Wright & Gavin BrookesCritical Discourse Studies
2018-08-18About introvert incumbents and extravert start-ups: An exploration of the dialectics of collaborative innovation in the Dutch journalism fieldMijke SlotJournalism
2018-08-17Epistemology in the Era of Fake News: An Exploration of Information Verification Behaviors among Social Networking Site UsersRussell Torres, Natalie Gerhart, Arash NegahbanACM SIGMIS Database
2018-08-17Multimodal social semiotic analysis of Delhi rape conviction news in 2013 in CNN IBN websiteM. Shuaib Mohamed Haneef Asian Journal of Communication
2018-08-16Simply Bells and Whistles?
Cognitive Effects of Visual Aesthetics in Digital Longforms
Esther Greussing & Hajo G. BoomgaardenDigital Journalism
2018-08-16Effects of Issue Involvement, News Attention, Perceived Knowledge, and Perceived Influence of Anti-Corruption News on Chinese Students’ Political ParticipationLei Guo, Chao Su, Hao LeeJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-08-16The cultural journalist around the globe: A comparative study of characteristics, role perceptions, and perceived influencesJan Fredrik Hovden, Nete Nørgaard KristensenJournalism
2018-08-15Too Crowded for Crowdsourced Journalism: Reddit, Portability, and Citizen Participation in the Syrian CrisisScott S.D. Mitchell, Merlyna LimCanadian Journal of Communication
2018-08-15Where populist citizens get the news: An investigation of news audience polarization along populist attitudes in 11 countriesAnne SchulzCommunication Monographs
2018-08-15Newsroom Integration As An Organizational Challenge
Approaches of European public service media from a comparative perspective
Annika Sehl, Alessio Cornia, Lucas Graves & Rasmus Kleis NielsenJournalism Studies
2018-08-15Journalism as Multichannel Communication
A newsroom survey on the multiple uses of social media
Christoph Neuberger, Christian Nuernbergk & Susanne LangenohlJournalism Studies
2018-08-15How to measure generalized trust in news media? An adaptation and test of scalesFabian Prochazka & Wolfgang SchweigerCommunication Methods and Measures
2018-08-14Digitally Empowered
New patterns of sourcing and expertise in cultural journalism and criticism
Dora Santos SilvaJournalism Practice
2018-08-14Martin to Brown
How time and platform impact coverage of the Black Lives Matter movement
Danielle K. Kilgo, Rachel R. Mourao & George SylvieJournalism Practice
2018-08-13The ‘blame game frame’: Ethical blame patterns and media framing upon negotiations failure in the Middle EastAlexandra Herfroy-Mischler, Elie FriedmanJournalism
2018-08-13Disseminating information or advocating peace? Journalists’ role perceptions in the face of conflictAlicia Prager, Michael HameleersJournalism
2018-08-10Proximity and distance in the mediation of suffering: Local photographers in war-torn Aleppo and the international media circuitNina Grønlykke Mollerup, Mette MortensenJournalism
2018-08-10New issue of Media & viestintä (abstracts in English)Media & viestintä
2018-08-09New Challenges in the Coverage of Politics for UK Broadcasters and Regulators in the “Post-Truth” EnvironmentIvor GaberJournalism Practice
2018-08-09Crafting News Narratives on Social Media
A study of cross-media newsrooms in Thailand
Sakulsri SrisaracamJournalism Practice
2018-08-09Fake News as a Floating Signifier: Hegemony, Antagonism and the Politics of FalsehoodJohan Farkas & Jannick SchouJavnost - The Public
2018-08-08Powerful and Powerless: Psychological Reactions of Norwegian Politicians Exposed in Media ScandalsKim Edgar Karlsen, Fanny DuckertInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-08The Aftermath of Political Scandals: A Meta-AnalysisChristian von SikorskiInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-08The New Normal: Scandals as a Standard Feature of Political Life in Nordic CountriesEster Pollack, Sigurd Allern, Anu Kantola, Mark ØrstenInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-08“Assassination Campaigns”: Corruption Scandals and News Media InstrumentalizationPaolo ManciniInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-08Political Scandals Under Responsive Authoritarianism: The Case of the Bo Xilai Trial in ChinaFrancis L.F. LeeInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-08Blunders, Scandals, and Strategic Communication in U.S. Foreign Policy: Benghazi vs. 9/11Robert Entman, Sarah StonbelyInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-08Journalists’ Use of Social Media to Infer Public Opinion
The Citizens’ Perspective
Elizabeth Dubois, Anatoliy Gruzd, Jenna JacobsonSocial Science Computer Review
2018-08-07Framing the war in the post war era: Exploring the counter-narratives in frames of an Iranian war photographer thirty years after the ceasefire with IraqYounes SaramifarMedia, War & Conflict
2018-08-06Do digital platforms really make a difference in content? Mapping journalistic role performance in Chilean print and online newsClaudia Mellado, María Luisa Humanes, Andrés Scherman, Auska OvandoJournalism
2018-08-05Quid Pro Quo: How Donor-Funded Journalism Redefines Job DescriptionsMia MalanAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-08-05Journalism Aid: Country of Origin and Influences on Beneficiary Perceptions and PracticesGilbert K. M. Tietaah, Abena A. Yeboah-Banin, Sarah Akrofi-Quarcoo & Fidelis Y. SesenuAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-08-03Imagining big data: Illustrations of “big data” in US news articles, 2010–2016Christian Pentzold, Cornelia Brantner, Lena FölscheNew Media & Society
2018-08-03If it Bleeds it Leads
Coverage of violence against women and sexual and reproductive health in Argentina from 1995 to 2015
Victoria Andelsman & Eugenia MitchelsteinJournalism Practice
2018-08-03Gossip at one’s fingertips: Predictors of celebrity news on TwitterYan Yan, Wanjiang ZhangJournalism
2018-08-03Public service media online, advertising and the third-party user data business
A trade versus trust dilemma?
Jannick Kirk Sørensen, Hilde Van den BulckConvergence
2018-08-03Examining the effects of news coverage linking undocumented immigrants with criminality: Policy and punitive implicationsAndrea Figueroa-Caballero & Dana MastroCommunication Monographs
2018-08-02News Media as Gatekeepers, Critics, and Initiators of Populist Communication: How Journalists in Ten Countries Deal with the Populist ChallengeMartin Wettstein, Frank Esser, Anne Schulz, Dominique Stefanie Wirz, Werner WirthThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-08-02Excavating Concepts of Broadcasting
Developing a method of cultural research using digitized historical periodicals
James F. HamiltonDigital Journalism
2018-08-02“I forgive him. It wasn’t easy for him”: social representations of perpetrators of intimate partner violence in the Western Cape Province mediaDane Isaacs & Jacqueline MthembuCritical Studies in Media Communication
2018-08-02Local-Level Authoritarianism, Democratic Normative Aspirations, and Antipress Harassment: Predictors of Threats to Journalists in MexicoSallie Hughes, Mireya Márquez-RamírezThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-08-01Fake news as an informational moral panic: the symbolic deviancy of social media during the 2016 US presidential electionMatt CarlsonInformation, Communication & Society
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