Research of June 2020

Journalism Research of June 2020

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

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2020-06-18Even low news users say they are willing to take preventive measures against COVID-19Antonis Kalogeropoulos, Richard Fletcher, Rasmus Kleis NielsenReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism factsheet
2020-06-17Teaching Data Journalism: Insights for Indian Journalism EducationGeeta Kashyap, Harikrishnan BhaskaranAsia Pacific Media Educator
2020-06-17Stronger and Safer Together: Motivations for and Challenges of (Trans)National Collaboration in Investigative Reporting in Latin AmericaLourdes M. Cueva Chacón & Magdalena SaldañaDigital Journalism
2020-06-17Surveying journalists in the “New Normal”: Considerations and recommendationsLogan Molyneux, Rodrigo ZamithJournalism
2020-06-16Re-Digitizing Television News: The Relationship between TV, Online Media and AudiencesVíctor García-PerdomoDigital Journalism
2020-06-16The Objects and Objectives of Journalism Research During the Coronavirus Pandemic and BeyondSeth C. LewisDigital Journalism
2020-06-16Subscribing to Transparency: Trust-Building Within Virtual Newsrooms on SlackRachel E. MoranJournalism Practice
2020-06-16Digital News Report 2020Nic Newman, Richard Fletcher, Anne Schulz, Simge Andi, and Rasmus Kleis NielsenReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2020-06-16Dynamics of Campaign Reporting and Press-Party Parallelism: Rise of Competitive Authoritarianism and the Media System in TurkeyKerem Yıldırım, Lemi Baruh & Ali ÇarkoğluPolitical Communication
2020-06-16Russian news media as a public service actor: exploring the coverage of nonprofit organizationsAsya CooleyRussian Journal of Communication
2020-06-15Border patrol: The rise and role of fact-checkers and their challenge to journalists’ normative boundariesJane B SingerJournalism
2020-06-15Conceptualizing the Active Audience: Rhetoric and Practice in “Engaged Journalism”Thomas R. Schmidt, Jacob L. Nelson, Regina G. LawrenceJournalism
2020-06-15The Situationist Critique of Virtue Ethics and Its Implications for the Media Ethics ClassroomBastiaan Vanacker Journal of Media Ethics
2020-06-15Partisan News, the Myth of Objectivity, and the Standards of Responsible JournalismChristopher Meyers Journal of Media Ethics
2020-06-14Dictionaries, Supervised Learning, and Media Coverage of Public PolicyLindsay Dun, Stuart Soroka & Christopher WlezienPolitical Communication
2020-06-13“It Was Journalism that Abandoned Me”: An Analysis of Journalism in PortugalJosé MatosTriple C: communication, capitalism & critique
2020-06-12Online News User Journeys: The Role of Social Media, News Websites, and TopicsSusan Vermeer, Damian Trilling, Sanne Kruikemeier & Claes de VreeseDigital Journalism
2020-06-12User Perspectives on the News Personalisation Process: Agency, Trust and Utility as Building BlocksCristina Monzer, Judith Moeller, Natali Helberger & Sarah EskensDigital Journalism
2020-06-12Voices of Resilience: Colombian Journalists and Self-Censorship in the Post-Conflict PeriodMarta Milena Barrios & Toby MillerJournalism Practice
2020-06-12Is the Whole World Watching? Building a Typology of Protest Coverage on Social Media From Around the WorldSummer Harlow, Danielle K. Kilgo, Ramón Salaverría & Víctor García-PerdomoJournalism Studies
2020-06-12The comment gap: Affective publics and gatekeeping in The New York Times’ comment sectionsClara Juarez MiroJournalism
2020-06-12Gatekeeping, ideological affinity and journalistic translationRoberto A ValdeónJournalism
2020-06-12Sexual Harassment in Politics. News about Victims’ Delayed Sexual Harassment Accusations and Effects on Victim Blaming: A Mediation ModelChristian von Sikorski & Melanie Saumer Mass Communication and Society
2020-06-12Contested Chinese Dreams of AI? Public discourse about Artificial intelligence on WeChat and People’s Daily OnlineJing Zeng, Chung-hong Chan & Mike S. SchäferInformation, Communication & Society
2020-06-11“Going Offline”: Social Media, Source Verification, and Chinese Investigative Journalism During “Information Overload”Nairui Xu & Robert E. Gutsche Jr.Journalism Practice
2020-06-11“I Know It When I See It:” Constructing Emotion and Emotional Labor in Social Justice NewsAllison J. Steinke & Valerie Belair-GagnonMass Communication and Society
2020-06-11The Iranian nuclear challenge as reflected in the Russian mediaDmitry Strovsky & Ron SchleiferRussian Journal of Communication
2020-06-10A Dialogic Analysis of Audiences’ Interactions on Online Media Sites in ZimbabweEric Ntini & Hugh MangeyaCommunicatio
2020-06-10Emotional Framing of News on Sexual Assault and Partisan User Engagement BehaviorsYu-Hao Lee, Mo ChenJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2020-06-10The value of Muslim and non-Muslim life: A comparative content analysis of elite American newspaper coverage of terrorism victimsMohamad Hamas Elmasry, Mohammed el-NawawyJournalism
2020-06-10Telling lies together? Sharing news as a form of social authenticationBarui K Waruwu, Edson C Tandoc, Jr, Andrew Duffy, Nuri Kim, Rich LingNew Media & Society
2020-06-10Political Agenda Setting in the Hybrid Media System: Why Legacy Media Still Matter a Great DealAna Ines Langer, Johannes B. GruberThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2020-06-10Framing international news in China: An analysis of trans-edited news in Chinese newspapersXianwen Kuang, Hui WangGlobal Media and China
2020-06-09Strangers ante portas: The framing of refugees and migrants in the Czech quality pressMarína Urbániková, Michał TkaczykEuropean Journal of Communication
2020-06-09Confronting the digital mob: Press coverage of online justice seekingDaniel TrottierEuropean Journal of Communication
2020-06-09Rein and Laissez Faire: The Dual Personality of Media Regulation in IndiaVibodh Parthasarathi & Simran AgarwalDigital Journalism
2020-06-09Death of a Watchdog: Reduced Coverage of Coroners’ Inquests by Local MediaAmy Binns & Sophie ArnoldJournalism Practice
2020-06-09(Re)writing history: Examining the cultural work of the obituary and journalists’ construction of a former president’s legacyKirsten AdamsJournalism
2020-06-09Why are journalists threatened and killed? A portrait of neo-paramilitary anti-press violence in Colombia’s Bajo CaucaMathew CharlesJournalism
2020-06-09Can Social Media News Encourage Activism? The Impact of Discrimination News Frames on College Students’ Activism IntentionsMarisa A. Smith, Lillie D. Williamson, Cabral A. BigmanSocial Media + Society
2020-06-09The Instrumental Mediated Visibility of Violence: The 2013 Protests in Brazil and the Limitations of the Protest ParadigmCésar Jiménez-MartínezThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2020-06-07Are Netflix and Spotify Subscribers More Likely to Pay for Online News? Comparative Analysis of Data From Six CountriesRichard Fletcher, Rasmus Kleis NielsenInternational Journal of Communication
2020-06-07Refugees and National Identity in Letters to the EditorKate Dunsmore, Andrea HickersonInternational Journal of Communication
2020-06-07News Media Framing of the Anti-Austerity and Pro-“Europe” Movements During the Greek Referendum Protest CyclesAndreas Kollias, Fani KountouriInternational Journal of Communication
2020-06-07Media and Twitter Agendas for Social Mobilizations: The Case of the Protests in Defense of the Public Healthcare System in SpainPere Masip, Carlos Ruiz-Caballero, Jaume Suau, David PuertasInternational Journal of Communication
2020-06-07Hybrid Media and Movements: The Irish Water Movement, Press Coverage, and Social MediaHenry Silke, Eugenia Siapera, Maria RiederInternational Journal of Communication
2020-06-07Citizens Beyond Troika: Media and Anti-Austerity Protests in PortugalInês AmaralInternational Journal of Communication
2020-06-07Dominant and Emerging News Frames in Protest Coverage: The 2013 Cypriot Anti-Austerity Protests in National MediaTao PapaioannouInternational Journal of Communication
2020-06-07Contentious Responses to the Crises in Spain: Emphasis Frames and Public Support for Protest on Twitter and the PressCamilo Cristancho, Eva Anduiza, Mariluz Congosto, Silvia Majo-VazquezInternational Journal of Communication
2020-06-07“He and the Paper Had Merged Into One”: An Analysis of the Coverage of the Death of Israeli JournalistsMoran Avital-BenAtarInternational Journal of Communication
2020-06-07Intermedia Reliance and Sustainability of Emergent Media: A Large-Scale Analysis of American News Outlets’ External Linking BehaviorsChankyung Pak, Kelley Cotter, Julia DeCookInternational Journal of Communication
2020-06-07How Combining Terrorism, Muslim, and Refugee Topics Drives Emotional Tone in Online News: A Six-Country Cross-Cultural Sentiment AnalysisChung-Hong Chan, Hartmut Wessler, Eike Mark Rinke, Kasper Welbers, Wouter van Atteveldt, Scott AlthausInternational Journal of Communication
2020-06-07‘Machiavellian Russia’ in the Crimean conflict: Clarification of strategic narratives analysis methodTomasz Gackowski, Karolina BrylskaJournalism
2020-06-07Understanding the characteristics of broadcast media policy in Iran: A thematic policy analysisSara TalebianGlobal Media and Communication
2020-06-07Information seeking and communication during forced migration: An empirical analysis of refugees’ digital media use and its effects on their perceptions of Germany as their target countryMartin Emmer, Marlene Kunst, Carola RichterGlobal Media and Communication
2020-06-05Tackling Disinformation and Infodemics Demands Media Policy ChangesAnja BechmannDigital Journalism
2020-06-05Media operations: a reorientation of newsworker categorisationAllie Kosterich & Paul ZiekJournal of Media Business Studies
2020-06-05The Evolving Audience Network during Media Environment Transition – A Longitudinal Study of Cross-Platform Use in ChinaPianpian Wang & Xiaohua Wang Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2020-06-04Greek Correspondents and EU: Organic Critiques and Proposed Remedies to Address EU’s Communication DeficitChristos A. Frangonikolopoulos & Lambrini PapapadopoulouJournalism Practice
2020-06-03Data Journalism at German Newspapers and Public Broadcasters: A Quantitative Survey of Structures, Contents and PerceptionsMarkus Beiler, Felix Irmer & Adrian BredaJournalism Studies
2020-06-03Dominance, collaboration and resistance: Developing the idea of a national news agency in the Ottoman Empire, 1854–1914Servet YanatmaJournalism
2020-06-03Facebook, news media and platform dependency: The institutional impacts of news distribution on social platformsJames Meese, Edward HurcombeNew Media & Society
2020-06-03Awareness, Reporting, and Branding: Exploring Influences on Brazilian Journalists’ Social Media Use across PlatformsRachel R. Mourão & Summer HarlowJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2020-06-02New issue of British Journalism ReviewBritish Journalism Review
2020-06-02Gamifying fake news: Engaging youth in the participatory design of news literacy gamesIoana Literat, Yoo Kyung Chang, Shu-Yi HsuConvergence
2020-06-02Framing of Bangladesh in U.S. Media: A postcolonial analysisKhorshed AlamInternational Communication Gazette
2020-06-02Comparing research topics in European and International Communication Association journals: Computational analysisOren Soffer, Dorit GeifmanInternational Communication Gazette
2020-06-02Smartphones, youth and moral panics: Exploring print and online media narratives in IndiaNeomi Rao, Lakshmi LingamMobile Media & Communication
2020-06-02China’s “Fake News” Problem: Exploring the Spread of Online Rumors in the Government-Controlled News MediaLei GuoDigital Journalism
2020-06-02Routinizing Facebook: How Journalists’ Role Conceptions Influence their Social Media Use for Professional Purposes in a Socialist-Communist CountryHong Tien Vu, Le Thanh Trieu & Hoa Thanh NguyenDigital Journalism
2020-06-02Content for Free? Drivers of Past Payment, Paying Intent and Willingness to Pay for Digital Journalism – A Systematic Literature ReviewDaniel O’Brien, Christian-Mathias Wellbrock & Nicola KleerDigital Journalism
2020-06-02Online Journalism Teaching and Learning Processes Beyond the Classroom and the University: Experiences in International Virtual Collaboration on Multimedia ProjectsAinara Larrondo Ureta, Simón Peña Fernández, Juliana Fernandes TeixeiraJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2020-06-02Journalism matters: reporting peace in CyprusSanem Şahin, Christiana KarayianniMedia, Culture & Society
2020-06-01The Citizen as Contributor—Letters to the Editor in the Austrian Tabloid Paper Kronen Zeitung (2008–2017)Lore Hayek, Manuel Mayrl & Uta RussmannJournalism Studies
2020-06-01Ordinary Citizens in Swiss Public Television News: Representing a National Public Sphere?Anne Beier, Stephanie Fiechtner & Joachim TrebbeJournalism Studies
2020-06-01Ordinary Citizens in the News: A Conceptual FrameworkChristina Peter & Thomas ZerbackJournalism Studies
2020-06-01Ordinary People Regularly Reported? Looking for Patterns in the Presence of Ordinary Citizens in Television News in 20 European CountriesKnut De Swert & Ine KuypersJournalism Studies
2020-06-01“We Have to Stand Out to Blend In”: Ordinary Transgender People Speak About Being Subjects of News StoriesKatherine Fink & Ruth PalmerJournalism Studies
2020-06-01A Human Interest Economy: The Strategic Value of Turning Ordinary People into Exemplars in the News MediaKjersti Thorbjørnsrud & Espen YtrebergJournalism Studies
2020-06-01Diversifying Voice, Democratizing the News? A Content Analysis of Citizen News Sources in Spanish-language International BroadcastingMiriam Hernández & Dani Madrid-MoralesJournalism Studies
2020-06-01Victims and Voices: Journalistic Sourcing Practices and the Use of Private Citizens in Online Healthcare-system NewsDawn WheatleyJournalism Studies
2020-06-01Handle with Care: How Exemplars Affect the Perceived Appeal and Informativeness of News StoriesMorten Skovsgaard & David Nicolas HopmannJournalism Studies
2020-06-01Between Trump and a Hard Place: Civil Gatekeeping and Moral Equivalence in Press Endorsements of 2016 Presidential CandidatesKirsten AdamsJournalism Studies
2020-06-01Killing them softly? Two complementary studies on visibility and framing of new parties in the newsJoost van Spanje, Rachid AzroutJournalism
2020-06-01Issue stance and perceived journalistic motives explain divergent audience perceptions of fake newsStephanie Jean TsangJournalism
2020-06-01The Rise and fall of Diversity in the Liverpool Newspaper PressNick FoggoMedia History
2020-06-01Trust in UK government and news media COVID-19 information down, concerns over misinformation from government and politicians upRichard Fletcher, Antonis Kalogeropoulos, Rasmus Kleis NielsenReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism factsheet
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