Research of January 2020

Journalism research of January 2020

Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in January 2020 about journalism research. The bolded titles link to JRN articles written about the studies.

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2020-01-21Mimicking NewsJohan Farkas & Christina NeumayerNordicom Review
2020-01-21The role of innovation labs in advancing the relevance of Public Service Media: the cases of BBC News Labs and RTVE LabTeresa Zaragoza & Jose A. García-AvilésComunicaion y Sociedad
2020-01-20News cartography and epistemic authority in the era of big data: Journalists as map-makers, map-users, and map-subjectsNikki UsherNew Media & Society
2020-01-20‘Fake news’ as infrastructural uncannyJonathan Gray, Liliana Bounegru & Tommaso VenturiniNew Media & Society
2020-01-20Discipline and promote: Building infrastructure and managing algorithms in a “structured journalism” project by professional fact-checking groupsLucas Graves & CW AndersonNew Media & Society
2020-01-20Sustained journalist–audience reciprocity in a meso new-space: The case of a journalistic WhatsApp groupNeta Kligler-Vilenchik & Ori TenenboimNew Media & Society
2020-01-20Personal epistemologies of the media: Selective criticality, pragmatic trust, and competence–confidence in navigating media repertoires in the digital ageChristian SchwarzeneggerNew Media & Society
2020-01-20Journalistic epistemology and digital news circulation: Infrastructure, circulation practices, and epistemic contestsMatt CarlsonNew Media & Society
2020-01-20Social epistemology as a new paradigm for journalism and media studiesYigal Godler, Zvi Reich & Boaz MillerNew Media & Society
2020-01-17The Domestic Tethering of Lebanese and Arab Women Journalists and News ManagersJad Melki & Eveline HittiJournalism Practice
2020-01-17What is Behind the Entrepreneurship Intention in Journalism? Entrepreneur Typologies Based on Student PerceptionsAmparo López-Meri, Laura Alonso-Muñoz & Andreu Casero-RipollésJournalism Practice
2020-01-17Media, place-making, and concept-metaphors: the US-Mexico border during the rise of Donald TrumpK. Jill Fleuriet & Mari CastellanoMedia, Culture & Society
2020-01-16Reducing Bias in Citizens’ Perception of Crime Rates: Evidence from a Field Experiment on Burglary PrevalenceMartin Vinæs Larsen & Asmus Leth OlsenThe Journal of Politics
2020-01-16Enterprise Journalism in Migration News: A Six-country Comparison of Source PowerAkhteruz Zaman & Jahnnabi DasJournalism Practice
2020-01-14Teenagers, Terrorism, and Technopanic: How British Newspapers Framed Female ISIS Recruits as Victims of Social MediaSara ShabanInternational Journal of Communication
2020-01-14Pushing a Political Agenda: Harassment of French and African Journalists in Côte d’Ivoire’s 2010-2011 National Election CrisisJeslyn LemkeInternational Journal of Communication
2020-01-13Hierarchies of wounding: Media framings of ‘combat’ and ‘non-combat’ injuryNick Caddick, Linda Cooper, Lauren Godier-McBard & Matt FosseyMedia, War & Conflict
2020-01-11Towards a Bourdieusian sociology of self-censorship: What we can learn from journalists adapting to rapid political change in Crimea after 2014Olga ZevelevaEuropean Journal of Communication
2020-01-10Debating terrorism in a political transition: Journalism and democracy in TunisiaJacob Høigilt & Kjetil SelvikInternational Communication Gazette
2020-01-09Journalism, Media, and Technology Trends and Predictions 2020Nick NewmanReuters Institute
2020-01-09It Does Become Personal: Lessons From a News Organisation’s #Metoo CampaignJames HollingsJournalism Practice
2020-01-09Large, loyal, lingering? An analysis of online overseas audiences for UK news brandsNeil Thurman, Thiemo Hensmann & Richard FletcherJournalism
2020-01-09Egyptian journalists and the struggle for change following the 2011 uprising: The ambiguous journalistic agency between change and conformityFatima el IssawiInternational Communication Gazette
2020-01-09Zimbabwe: The conflictual relations between journalism and politics in the first decade of independenceWallace ChumaInternational Communication Gazette
2020-01-09To Tweet for Solidarity or Just Report the News? Comparing Social Media Strategies of Spanish- and English-language TV NetworksLourdes Cárdenas, Celeste González de Bustamante & Jessica RetisTelevision & New Media
2020-01-08Who Uses Fact-Checking Sites? The Impact of Demographics, Political Antecedents, and Media Use on Fact-Checking Site Awareness, Attitudes, and BehaviorCraig T. Robertson, Rachel R. Mourão & Esther ThorsonThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2020-01-07It’s “vile” but is it violence? A case study analysis of news media representations of non-consensual sexual image-sharingDenise BuitenFeminist Media Studie
2020-01-07Self-censorship in Latvian journalism: A research noteAnda RožukalneEuropean Journal of Communication
2020-01-06Framing Political Populism: The Role of Media in Framing the Election of Jair BolsonaroBruno Araújo & Hélder PriorJournalism Practice
2020-01-06Self-censorships in Ukraine: Distinguishing between the silences of television journalismTaras FedirkoEuropean Journal of Communication
2020-01-06The making of economic news: Dutch economic journalists contextualizing their workAlyt Damstra & Knut De SwertJournalism
2020-01-06Does bottom-line pressure make terrorism coverage more negative? Evidence from a twenty-newspaper panel studyAaron M. Hoffman & Dwaine H. A. JengelleyMedia, War & Conflict
2020-01-06A Field Study of Arab Data Journalism Practices in the Digital EraNagwa Fahmy & Maha Abdul Majeed AttiaJournalism Practice
2020-01-06The emotional well-being of journalists exposed to traumatic events: A mapping reviewJonas Osmann, Jeffrey Dvorkin, Yoel Inbar, Elizabeth Page-Gould & Anthony FeinsteinMedia, War & Conflict
2020-01-03A “nasty woman”: assessing the gendered mediation of Hillary Clinton’s nonverbal immediacy cues during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaignLaura Cummings & Jenepher Lennox TerrionFeminist Media Studies
2020-01-03What’s This? Incidental Exposure to News on Social Media, News-Finds-Me Perception, News Efficacy, and News ConsumptionChang Sup Park & Barbara K. KayeMass Communication and Society
2020-01-03From #MeToo to #MeTooIndia: News Domestication in Indian English Language NewspapersSuman MishraJournalism Studies
2020-01-02Tone and Threats on Television Over Time: A Longitudinal Analysis of News About Roma in Flanders (2003‒2017)Laura JacobsInternational Journal of Communication
2020-01-02The European Refugee Crisis Discourse in the Spanish Press: Mapping Humanization and Dehumanization Frames Through MetaphorsMarta Montagut & Carlota M. Moragas-FernándezInternational Journal of Communication
2020-01-02LGBTs In, Muslims Out: Homonationalist Discourses and Counterdiscourses in the Flemish PressAlexander DhoestInternational Journal of Communication
2020-01-02Hardworking women: representations of lone mothers in the Swedish daily pressDisa Bergnehr & Helena Wahlström HenrikssonFeminist Media Studies
2020-01-01Mistrust, Disinforming News, and Vote Choice: A Panel Survey on the Origins and Consequences of Believing Disinformation in the 2017 German Parliamentary ElectionFabian Zimmermann & Matthias KohringPolitical Communication
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