Research of July 2018

Journalism research of July 2018

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

PublishedTitleAuthorsJournal / publisher
2018-07-01Political journalism and the one-stop shop: Legacy news organisations' online coverage of the 2016 Australian federal and US presidential electionsBrookes, StephanieAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01Stories that walk with you: Opportunities in locative audio for feature journalismSt Clair, JeantiAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01Collaboration on a national scale: Journalism educators, students and the 2016 Australian federal electionDodd, Andrew: Davies, Kayt; Snowden, Collette; Ricketson, MatthewAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01Working with media to prevent violence against women - the uncovered interventionSimons, Margaret; Khan, ElyasAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01Media literacy: A growing collaborative effort in the age of platformsNettlefold, JocelynAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01Virtual reality journalism: Ethics, grammar and the state of playStubbs, BenAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01Project safe space: Wise practice in journalism education for advocacy and social changeValencia-Forrester, Faith; Backhaus, BridgetAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01The shadow other: Representations of the Manus Island riots in two Australian newspapersAllen, A Molly; Hoenig, RonAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-02Moving Closer to the Action: How Viewers’ Experiences of Eyewitness Videos in TV News Influence the Trustworthiness of the ReportsAnnabell Halfmann, Helena Dech, Jana Riemann, Leonie Schlenker, Hartmut WesslerJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-07-04Budget Cuts in Scholastic Media: A Focus Group Study of Oklahoma Journalism Advisers’ Survival SkillsMelanie Wilderman, Sohana Nasrin, Jeremy DavisJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-07-04The American Journalist in the Digital Age: Another Look at U.S. News PeopleDavid H. Weaver, Lars Willnat, G. Cleveland WilhoitJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-07-05The discursive construction of journalistic authority in a post-truth ageTim P. Vos & Ryan J. ThomasJournalism Studies
2018-07-06Journalism Education Interventions in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Examination of the Norwegian Model in EthiopiaTéwodros W. WorknehAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-07-06Commenters as political actors infringing on the field of journalismJ. David WolfgangJournalism Studies
2018-07-06A Matter of Trust
Plagiarism, fake sources and paradigm repair in the Danish news media
Mark Blach-Ørsten, Jannie Møller Hartley & Maria Bendix WittchenJournalism Studies
2018-07-06Truth is What Happens to News
On journalism, fake news, and post-truth
Silvio WaisbordJournalism Studies
2018-07-08The Rise of Guardians: Fact-checking URL Recommendation to Combat Fake NewsNguyen Vo, Kyumin LeeSIGIR '18 The 41st International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research & Development in Information Retrieval
2018-07-08Your Digital News Reading Habits Reflect Your PersonalityMarios Constantinides, Panagiotis Germanakos, George Samaras, John DowellUMAP '18 Adjunct Publication of the 26th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization
2018-07-08Same, Same, but Different: Algorithmic Diversification of Viewpoints in NewsNava Tintarev, Emily Sullivan, Dror Guldin, Sihang Qiu, Daan OdjikUMAP '18 Adjunct Publication of the 26th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization
2018-07-08A Framework for Interaction-driven User Modeling of Mobile News Reading BehaviourMarios Constantinides, John DowellUMAP '18 Proceedings of the 26th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization
2018-07-10Normative paradoxes in 360° journalism: Contested accuracy and objectivityTanja AitamurtoNew Media & Society
2018-07-10FActCheck: Keeping Activation of Fake News at CheckAjitesh Srivastava, Rajgopal Kannan, Charalampos Chelmis, Viktor K. PrasannaAAMAS '18 Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and MultiAgent Systems
2018-07-10The Self-Censorship Dilemma
Media coverage of terrorists in the post-factual era
Mette MortensenJournalism Studies
2018-07-10Popular Criticism That Matters
Journalists’ perspectives of “quality” media critique
David CheruiyotJournalism Practice
2018-07-10Nothing But the Facts?
Exploring the discursive space for storytelling and truth-seeking in journalism
Jan Boesman & Irene Costera MeijerJournalism Practice
2018-07-10Core Dynamics for the Mass Communication History CourseCharles H. IngoldJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-07-11Sleeper effect from below: Long-term effects of source credibility and user comments on the persuasiveness of news articlesDominique Heinbach, Marc Ziegele, Oliver QuiringNew Media & Society
2018-07-11Social media gatekeeping: An analysis of the gatekeeping influence of newspapers’ public Facebook pagesKasper Welbers, Michaël OpgenhaffenNew Media & Society
2018-07-12Negotiating Uncertain Claims
Journalism as an inferential community
Scott A. Eldridge II & Henrik BødkerJournalism Studies
2018-07-12Understanding Collaborative Investigative Journalism in a “Post-Truth” AgeAndrea Carson & Kate FarhallJournalism Studies
2018-07-12Transparency to the Rescue?
Evaluating citizens’ views on transparency tools in journalism
Michael Karlsson & Christer ClerwallJournalism Studies
2018-07-12Back to the Future
How UK-based news organisations are rediscovering objectivity
Stephen JukesJournalism Practice
2018-07-12Measuring and Evaluating Reciprocal Journalism as a ConceptMark Coddington, Seth C. Lewis & Avery E. HoltonJournalism Practice
2018-07-13The Legitimate Peripheral Position of a Central Medium
Revealing the margins of popular journalism
Christian LamourJournalism Studies
2018-07-16Who shapes the news? Analyzing journalists’ and organizational interests as competing influences on biased coveragePablo Jost, Christina KoehlerJournalism
2018-07-18‘Stay back for your own safety’: News photographers, interference, and the photographs they are prevented from takingRachel SomersteinJournalism
2018-07-18Who has a say in political news? An analysis of sourcing trends in the Chilean quality pressMaria Elena Gronemeyer, Victoria León-Porath, William PorathJournalism
2018-07-18What Journalists Share: A Comparative Study of the National Press Corps in Australia and GermanyAxel Bruns, Christian Nuernbergk, Aljosha Karim SchapalsSMSociety '18 Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Social Media and Society
2018-07-19Solving Journalism’s Post-Truth Crisis With Feminist Standpoint EpistemologyLinda SteinerJournalism Studies
2018-07-19Finding a Place in the Journalistic Field
The pursuit of recognition and legitimacy at BuzzFeed and Vice
Paul StringerJournalism Studies
2018-07-19In the Margins of Journalism
Gender and livelihood among local (ex-)journalists in Sweden
Henrik Örnebring & Cecilia MöllerJournalism Practice
2018-07-19A comparison of professional versus citizen journalistic roles
Views from visual journalists
Deborah S Chung, Yung Soo Kim, Seungahn NahConvergence
2018-07-19‘Working with the media taught us a lot’: Understanding The Guardian’s Katine initiativeBen JonesJournalism
2018-07-19Logics in social media news making: How social media editors marry the Facebook logic with journalistic standardsJuliane A LischkaJournalism
2018-07-19Seven Characteristics Defining Online News formats
Towards a typology of online news and live blogs
Einar Thorsen, Daniel JacksonDigital Journalism
2018-07-19The journalism of Gannett Blog: Revealing communities of practice and social construction through collective dynamicsWilliam SchulteJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Journalism meets games: Newsgames as a new digital genre. Theory, boundaries, utilizationKlaus MeierJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Teaching vicarious trauma in the journalism classroom: An examination of educational provision in UK universitiesDoug Specht, Julia Tsilman Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Cracking the coding ceiling: Looking at gender construction in data journalism from a field theory perspectiveSara de VuystJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Journalists’ and news editors’ views on children as news subjects in Albanian media: Exploring issues of newsworthiness and self-censorshipEmiljano KaziajJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19When societies crash: A critical analysis of news media’s social role in the aftermath of national disastersStijn JoyeJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19They never made it to the end: Reader uses of a multimedia narrativeKate KartveitJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Results of framing in music journalism: Benefits and burdens of being designated heir to a cultural iconJordan M. McClainJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Intermedia agenda-setting effect in corporate news: Examining the influence of The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal on local newspapersXiaoqun ZhangJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Press councils as a traditional instrument of media self-regulation: The perceptions of European journalistsMarcel Mauri i de los Ríos, Ruth Rodríguez-Martínez, Mònica Figueras Maz, Maddalena Fedele Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Press of the German Minority in Poland in 1989-2017Grzegorz RachwałSocial Communication
2018-07-20New Rules for an Old Game? How the 2016 US Election Caught the Press off GuardAmber E. Boydstun & Peter Van AelstMass Communication and Society
2018-07-20Hegemonic media and inequality in BrazilRaquel PaivaGlobal Media and China
2018-07-23The Language of Brexit: How Britain Talked Its Way Out of the European UnionPaul RowinskiEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-07-23An exploratory study to conceptualize press engagement behavior with public relations practitionersLiane W.Y. Lee, Leslie S.C. Yip, Kara ChanPublic Relations Review
2018-07-24“Post-Truth” Politics, Journalistic Corruption and the Process of Self-Othering
The case of Bulgaria
Vera Slavtcheva-PetkovaJournalism Studies
2018-07-24Media Repertoires and News Trust During the Early Trump AdministrationRachel R. Mourão, Esther Thorson, Weiyue Chen & Samuel M. ThamJournalism Studies
2018-07-24What Determines a Journalist’s Popularity on Twitter?
A case study of behaviour and self-presentation
Felix M. SimonJournalism Studies
2018-07-24Cornerstones in Journalism
According to citizens
Michael Karlsson & Christer ClerwallJournalism Studies
2018-07-24Shooting Kids
Children in Syrian War reporting by RT and Al Jazeera
Olivier NyirubugaraJournalism Studies
2018-07-24Fact-checkers as Entrepreneurs
Scalability and sustainability for a new form of watchdog journalism
Jane B. SingerJournalism Practice
2018-07-24Upholding the 4th estate—exploring the corporate governance of the media ownership form of business foundationsLeona Achtenhagen, Stefan Melesko & Mart OtsInternational Journal on Media Management
2018-07-24A media framing analysis of a U.S. presidential advisor: Alternative flacksCheryl Ann LambertPublic Relations Review
2018-07-25Hispanic and African American News Media Fact SheetPew Research Center Fact Sheet
2018-07-25Network News Fact SheetPew Research Center Fact Sheet
2018-07-25Cable News Fact SheetPew Research Center Fact Sheet
2018-07-25The ‘Medical-Women Question’ and the Multivocality of the Victorian Medical Press, 1869–1900Alison MouldsMedia History
2018-07-25Media frames and public perceptions of global poverty in the UK: Is there a link?Mirjam Vossen, Lau SchulpenCommunications
2018-07-25Why do we click? Investigating reasons for user selection on a news aggregator websiteSabrina Heike Kessler, Ines EngelmannCommunications
2018-07-25Personalization 2.0? – Testing the personalization hypothesis in citizens’, journalists’, and politicians’ campaign Twitter communicationLukas P. Otto, Isabella Glogger, Michaela MaierCommunications
2018-07-26Transformation of a Modern Newsroom Workforce
A case study of NYC journalist network histories from 2011 to 2015
Allie Kosterich & Matthew S. WeberJournalism Practice
2018-07-26Citizen media practices at the digital startup MvslimStevan Bodrozic & Steve PaulussenJournalism Practice
2018-07-26The Gender Crisis in Professional Photojournalism
Demise of the female gaze?
Adrian Hadland & Camilla BarnettJournalism Studies
2018-07-26The Information Politics of Journalism in a Post-Truth AgeMatt CarlsonJournalism Studies
2018-07-27Why have few journalists been prosecuted for incitement to war crimes?John HickmanEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-07-27Parliamentary Questions, Newspaper Coverage, and Consumer Confidence in Times of Crisis: A Cross-National ComparisonRens Vliegenthart & Alyt DamstraPolitical Communication
2018-07-29Australian media coverage of two pivotal climate change summits
A comparative study between COP15 and COP21
Johan LidbergPacific Journalism Review
2018-07-29Narratives of natural disaster survivors in Indonesian mediaBudi IrawantoPacific Journalism Review
2018-07-29Coverage of extreme weather events and natural hazards in Pacific Island Countries
The need for media capacity-building
Vijay Naidu, Shailendra SinghPacific Journalism Review
2018-07-29A tale of two statues
Contemporary conflict reporting constraints and the Battle of Baghdad
Steve EllmersPacific Journalism Review
2018-07-29Women newspaper editors in NZ: Short term love affairCatherine StrongPacific Journalism Review
2018-07-29Backpack reporting of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines
Implications of convergent technologies on disaster journalism
Norman ZafraPacific Journalism Review
2018-07-29Bearing Witness 2017Robie, D.Pacific Journalism Review
2018-07-31Provoking the Citizen
Re-examining the role of TV satire in the Trump era
Allaina KilbyJournalism Studies
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