Research of July 2019

Journalism Research of July 2019

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

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2019-07-01Proximity, Public Service, and Popularity: A Comparative Study of How Local Journalists View Quality NewsJoy Jenkins & Rasmus Kleis NielsenJournalism Studies
2019-07-01Paywalls’ Impact on Local News Websites’ Traffic and Their Civic and Business ImplicationsRagnhild Kristine Olsen, Aske Kammer & Mona Kristin SolvollJournalism Studies
2019-07-01Airtime for newcomers
Radio for Migrants in the United Kingdom and West Germany, 1960s–1980s
Christoph Hilgert, Alina L. Just & Gloria KhamkarMedia History
2019-07-01Media Consumption and Fear of Crime in a Large Chinese CityYuning Wu, Feng Li, Ruth A. Triplett, Ivan Y. SunSocial Science Quarterly
2019-07-02Bad News Travels Fastest: A Computational Approach to Predictors of Immediacy in Digital Journalism EcosystemsFlorian Buhl, Elisabeth Günther & Thorsten QuandtDigital Journalism
2019-07-02Making Artificial Intelligence Work for Investigative JournalismJonathan StrayDigital Journalism
2019-07-02Newsbots That Mediate Journalist and Audience RelationshipsHeather Ford & Jonathon HutchinsonDigital Journalism
2019-07-02Rethinking Vox-Pops in Television News Evolution of Person-on-the-Street Interviews in Spanish News ProgramsIgnacio BergillosJournalism Practice
2019-07-02Assessing the ‘impact’ of a media event: An Innisian appraisal of Al Jazeera’s Palestine Papers leakStephen MarmuraGlobal Media and Communication
2019-07-03News Stories on the Facebook Platform: Millennials’ Perceived Credibility of Online News Sponsored by News and Non-News CompaniesKirsten A. Johnson & Burton St. John IIIJournalism Practice
2019-07-03Like Water & Oil? Fashion photography as journalistic commentMegan Le MasurierJournalism
2019-07-03“I Always Watched Eyewitness News Just to See Your Beautiful Smile”: Ethical Implications of U.S. Women TV Anchors’ Personal Branding on Social MediaTeri Finneman, Ryan J. Thomas & Joy JenkinsJournal of Media Ethics
2019-07-03Bad news: seeing communication for and about development through an exposé of Swedish aid to ZambiaFlorencia Enghel & Magnus DanielssonThe Journal of International Communication
2019-07-04Press coverage of HIV and health issues in PNG’s Post-Courier, 2007-2017Trevor CullenPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04Central Java’s assault on media ethics: How the governor turned watchdogs into pet poodlesAna Nadhya AbrarPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04Framing statelessness and ‘belonging’: Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh’s The Daily Star newspaperKasun UbayasiriPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04Iwi radio in the era of media convergence: The opportunities and challenges of becoming ‘more than radio.’Rufus McEwanPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04Fiji’s coup culture: Rediscovering a voice at the ballot boxSri KrishnamurthiPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04The New Zealand mosque massacre: 1. The heartache, turmoil and absolute dread of Port ArthurRod EmmersonPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04Gazing over the horizon: Will an equitable Green Climate Fund allocation policy be significant for the Pacific post-2020?Jeremy Hills, Jale SamuwaiPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04The dichotomy of China Global Television Network’s news coverageThomas Fearon, Usha RodriguesPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04Social media and Fiji’s 2018 national electionJope TaraiPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04The New Zealand mosque massacre: 2. ‘End of innocence’ for media and nationColin PeacockPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04Malaysia’s Anti-Fake News Act: A cog in an arsenal of anti-free speech laws and a bold promise of reformsJoseph M. FernandezPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04Framing and sources: News on environmental justice in BangladeshJahnnabi DasPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04The New Caledonia independence referendum: What happens now?Lee DuffieldPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-041950s vibe, 21st century audience: Australia’s dearth of on-screen diversityNasya BahfenPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04Mostly 'men in suits': The ASEAN summit and integration as news in Southeast AsiaPauline Gidget Estella, Jonalyn PazPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-04Beyond the Migrant “Problem”: Visualizing Global MigrationRoopika RisamTelevision & New Media
2019-07-05Mapping the communicative ecology of Latin American migrant women in New ZealandLuciana Nunes Hoffman, Evangelia PapoutsakiPacific Journalism Review
2019-07-05Jesus Comes to South Africa: Black Twitter as Citizen Journalism in South African PoliticsShepherd MpofuAfrican Journalism Studies
2019-07-31Frame Analysis: Newspaper Coverage of Kenya's Oil Exploration in the Post-2012 Discovery EraKioko Ireri, Njoki Chege, Joy Kibarabara & Don Bosco OnyallaAfrican Journalism Studies
2019-07-19Journalistic Framing of Electoral Conflict in a Politically Fragile Society: A Comparative Study of the Zimbabwean Weekly PressStanley Tsarwe & Admire MareAfrican Journalism Studies
2019-07-19“News Is About What Happens on the Inside”—News in an Informal Urban Settlement in South AfricaSuzette LealCommunicatio
South African Journal for Communication Theory and Research
2019-07-25The best indicator of a journalism program’s graduates is who it admitsDane S. ClaussenNewspaper Research Journal
2019-07-16Negativity, emotionality and populist rhetoric in election campaigns worldwide, and their effects on media attention and electoral successJacques Gerstlé, Alessandro NaiEuropean Journal of Communication
2019-07-09Unsung convergence of analogue to analogue: Add-ons, supplements and the evolving roles of the print newspaperLeopoldina Fortunati, John O’SullivanEuropean Journal of Communication
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