Research of February 2019

Research of February 2019

Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in February 2019 about journalism research. The bolded titles link to JRN articles written about the studies.

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2019-02-21It’s the EU immigrants stupid! UKIP’s core-issue and populist rhetoric on the road to BrexitCeri HughesEuropean Journal of Communication
2019-02-21The use of experts in journalistic accounts of media events: A comparative study of the 2005 London Bombings in British, American, and Russian newspapersOlesya VengerJournalism
2019-02-19Pioneer journalism: Conceptualizing the role of pioneer journalists and pioneer communities in the organizational re-figuration of journalismAndreas Hepp, Wiebke LoosenJournalism
2019-02-19Optimizing Content with A/B Headline Testing: Changing Newsroom PracticesNick Hagar & Nicholas Diakopoulos Media and Communication
2019-02-19Invisible Locative Media: Key Considerations at the Nexus of Place and Digital JournalismIvar John Erdal, Kjetil Vaage Øie, Brett Oppegaard, Oscar Westlund Media and Communication
2019-02-19Insularized Connectedness: Mobile Chat Applications and News ProductionColin AgurMedia and Communication
2019-02-19Conducting Research on the World’s Changing Mediascape: Principles and PracticesJohn V. Pavlik, Everette E Dennis, Rachel Davis Mersey, Justin GenglerMedia and Communication
2019-02-19Audience-Centric Engagement, Collaboration Culture and Platform Counterbalancing: A Longitudinal Study of Ongoing Sensemaking of Emerging TechnologiesSherwin Chua, Oscar Westlund Media and Communication
2019-02-17Participatory Populism: Online Discussion Forums on Mainstream News Sites During the 2014 European Parliament ElectionCharlotte Galpin & Hans-Jörg TrenzJournalism Practice
2019-02-16Creating in-between spaces through diasporic and mainstream media consumption: A comparison of four ethnocultural and immigrant communities in Ottawa, CanadaRukhsana Ahmed, Luisa VeronisInternational Communication Gazette
2019-02-15A Trojan Horse for marketing? Solutions journalism in the French regional pressPauline Amiel, Matthew PowersEuropean Journal of Communication
2019-02-15Towards rising inequalities in newspaper and television news consumption? A longitudinal analysis, 2000–2016Annika Bergström, Jesper Strömbäck, Sofia ArkhedeEuropean Journal of Communication
2019-02-15Consonance and Diversity of Voices and Viewpoints: A New Paradigm to Study Actors’ Cumulative Influence on Viewpoints in Immigration NewsAndrea MasiniInternational Journal of Communication
2019-02-15Bridging the Gaps: Transfer Between Scholarly Research and Newsrooms in Journalism Education—Toward an Evidence-Based Practice in an Age of Post-Truth and State of FluxKlaus Meier, Jonas SchützenederJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2019-02-15Religious motifs within reporting of the 7/7 London bombings in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Poland: A transnational agenda-setting network studyDamian GuzekJournalism
2019-02-14Considering the Marginalisation of Majority Groups: Injecting Subaltern Studies Insights into Normative Media TheoryMvuzo PononoCommunicatio
2019-02-14Memes against sexism? A multi-method analysis of the feminist protest hashtag #distractinglysexy and its resonance in the mainstream news mediaCornelia Brantner, Katharina Lobinger, Miriam StehlingConvergence
2019-02-14Covering Trump’s ‘Carnival’: A Rhetorical Alternative to ‘Objective’ ReportingPerry ParksJournalism Practice
2019-02-14News Users on Facebook: Interaction Strategies on the Pages of El Paìs, la Repubblica, Le Monde, and The GuardianSara Bentivegna & Rita MarchettiJournalism Studies
2019-02-13The Role Performance of Native Advertising in Legacy and Digital-Only News MediaYou LiDigital Journalism
2019-02-13Assessing the Diffusion of Drones in Local Television NewsDouglas A. Ferguson, Clark F. GreerElectronic News
2019-02-13Rape jokes aren’t funny: the mainstreaming of rape jokes in contemporary newspaper discourseSharon Lockyer & Heather SavignyFeminist Media Studies
2019-02-13Covering the Boko Haram crisis beyond the nation: Analysis of shifting time and space frames in news reportingNgozi AkinroInternational Communication Gazette
2019-02-13Effect of violation of social missions on public attitude towards a social enterprise crisis: Mediation of causal attribution and moderation of medium and framing of online articlesChing Yin Ip, Chaoyun LiangJournalism
2019-02-11Homogeneity-Based Transmissive Process to Model True and False News in Social NetworksJooyeon Kim, Dongkwan Kim, Alice OhWSDM '19 Proceedings of the Twelfth ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining
2019-02-11Beyond News Contents: The Role of Social Context for Fake News DetectionKai Shu, Suhang Wang, Huan LiuWSDM '19 Proceedings of the Twelfth ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining
2019-02-11Fake News: Fundamental Theories, Detection Strategies and ChallengesXinyi Zhou, Reza Zafarani, Kai Shu, Huan LiuWSDM '19 Proceedings of the Twelfth ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining
2019-02-11Across-Time Comparative Summarization of News ArticlesYijun Duan, Adam JatowtWSDM '19 Proceedings of the Twelfth ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining
2019-02-11Rhetorical contours of violent frames and the production of discursive violenceMichelle A. HollingCritical Studies in Media Communication
2019-02-11Journalism, Public, Policy: An Institutional View of the Press’s Legal Discourse at the End of the 19th CenturyPatrick C. FileJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2019-02-11The Impact of the Digital Transformation on Sports Journalism Talk OnlineÅsa Kroon & Göran ErikssonJournalism Practice
2019-02-08News Media's Rhetoric on FacebookYngve Benestad HågvarJournalism Practice
2019-02-08The Appearance of Objectivity: How Immigration-Critical Alternative Media Report the NewsSilje NygaardJournalism Practice
2019-02-08The March of Time Radio Docudrama: Time Magazine, BBDO, and Radio Sponsors, 1931–39Cynthia B. MeyersAmerican Journalism
2019-02-08Heritage and Hate: Constructing Identity in the Raleigh News and Observer’s Progressive-Era Coverage of the Ku Klux KlanP. Brooks FullerAmerican Journalism
2019-02-08“Watchdog” Journalists and “Shyster” Lawyers: Analyzing Legal Reform Discourse in the Journalistic Trade Press, 1895–1899Patrick C. FileAmerican Journalism
2019-02-08Who Is Nicholas Stanford?: The New York Times Music Critic and His Secret Role in the Rise of the “Liberal Media” ClaimSid BedingfieldAmerican Journalism
2019-02-07‘Our Service’: Normalizing CCTV’s institutionalized practices through Chunyun discourseJianbo HouJournalism
2019-02-07What are newspaper editorials interested in? Understanding the idea of criteria of editorial-worthinessFrancisco Paulo Jamil Marques, Camila Mont’AlverneJournalism
2019-02-07Journalists’ professional self-representations: A Portuguese perspective based on the contribution made by the sociology of professionsTiago Lima QuintanilhaJournalism
2019-02-07Blurred Boundaries: Toning Ethics in News RoutinesPatrick Ferrucci & Ross TaylorJournalism Studies
2019-02-06The bits and bytes of gender bias in online news: a quantitative content analysis of the representation of women in Vice.comJoke D’Heer, Justine Vergotte, Sara De Vuyst & Sarah Van LeuvenFeminist Media Studies
2019-02-06Toxic Toxteth: Understanding press stigmatization of Toxteth during the 1981 uprisingAlice ButlerJournalism
2019-02-06Effects of Frame Repetition Through Cues in the Online EnvironmentJiawei Liu, ByungGu Lee, Douglas M. McLeod & Hyesun ChoungMass Communication and Society
2019-02-05Representation of Women in the News: Balancing between Career and Family LifeHanne VandenbergheMedia and Communication
2019-02-05Unpacking Attitudes on Immigrants and Refugees: A Focus on Household Composition and News Media ConsumptionDavid De Coninck, Koen Matthijs, Marlies Debrael, Rozane De Cock, Leen d'Haenens Media and Communication
2019-02-05Diversity in Western Countries: Journalism Culture, Migration Integration Policy and Public OpinionStefan Mertens, Leen d'Haenens, Rozane De Cock Media and Communication
2019-02-05An unnatural split: how ‘human interest’ sucks the life from significant newsPerry ParksMedia, Culture & Society
2019-02-05Material and sensory dimensions of everyday news useTim Groot Kormelink, Irene Costera MeijerMedia, Culture & Society
2019-02-04Are UK newspapers really dying? A financial analysis of newspaper publishing companiesMarc EdgeJournal of Media Business Studies
2019-02-02International news flow theory revisited through a space–time interaction model:
Application to a sample of 320,000 international news stories published through RSS flows by 31 daily newspapers in 2015
Claude GraslandInternational Communication Gazette
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