Research of March 2019

Journalism research of March 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
2019-03-16Identifying "horse race" stories in election newsMiriam Boon, Larry BirnbaumIUI '19 Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces: Companion
2019-03-15Mass Media as a Source of Public ResponsivenessFabian G. Neuner, Stuart N. Soroka, Christopher WlezienThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2019-03-14Examining the Relationship Between Media Use and Political Engagement: A Comparative Study Among the United States, Kenya, and NigeriaOluseyi Adegbola, Sherice GearhartInternational Journal of Communication
2019-03-14Communicative Acts of Citizenship: Contesting Europe’s Border in and Through the MediaLudek StavinohaInternational Journal of Communication
2019-03-14Determinant and Consequence of Online News Authorship Verification: Blind News Consumption Creates Press CredibilitySujin Choi, Jihoon LimInternational Journal of Communication
2019-03-14Free Market Media, Democracy, and Partisanship: A Case Study of Kolkata’s Newspapers’ Coverage of Anti-Industrialization ProtestsSuruchi MazumdarInternational Journal of Communication
2019-03-14Evaluating Job Satisfaction of Latino/a Journalists in Multimedia Newsrooms: A Comparative Examination Between 2010 and 2017María de los Ángeles FloresJournalism Practice
2019-03-14‘Out is out and that’s it the people have spoken’: uses of vox pops in UK TV news coverage of the Brexit referendumAndrew TolsonCritical Discourse Studies
2019-03-13Journalism Educators, Regulatory Realities, and Pedagogical Predicaments of the ‘Fake News’ Era: A Comparative Perspective on the Middle East and AfricaBruce Mutsvairo, Saba BebawiJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2019-03-12Examining innovation as process: Action research in journalism studiesAndrea Wagemans, Tamara WitschgeConvergence
2019-03-12Good Professional Reasons for Bad Journalism Practice: Inventing Audience Contributions in a Live Tv DebateMarcel Burger & Richard FitzgeraldJournalism Practice
2019-03-11The other ‘fake’ news: Professional ideals and objectivity ambitions in brand journalismMichael SerazioJournalism
2019-03-11Who will intervene to save news comments? Deviance and social control in communities of news commentersBrendan R Watson, Zhao Peng, Seth C LewisNew Media & Society
2019-03-11Protecting Europe’s content production from US giantsSally Broughton Micova, Felix Hempel & Sabine JacquesJournal of Media Law
2019-03-08Constructive Journalism in Arab Transitional Democracies: Perceptions, Attitudes and PerformanceRasha AllamJournalism Practice
2019-03-08(Re)defining Journalistic Expertise in the Digital Transformation: A Content Analysis of Job AnnouncementsLei Guo & Yong VolzJournalism Practice
2019-03-08Mobile Devices Offer Little In-depth News: Sensational, Breaking and Entertainment News Dominate Mobile News SitesArthur D. Santana & David M. DozierJournalism Practice
2019-03-08Don’t Quote me: Effects of Named, Quoted, and Partisan News SourcesMegan Duncan, Kathleen Bartzen Culver, Douglas McLeod & Christopher KremmerJournalism Practice
2019-03-08From “Leftist” To “President”: Journalism and Editorial Coverage of Brazil’s Lula in Five ElectionsMariane Nava & Francisco Paulo Jamil MarquesJournalism Practice
2019-03-08News coverage of human rights: Investigating determinants of media attentionScott R MaierJournalism
2019-03-08Analyzing the legal roots and moral core of digital consentElizabeth Edenberg, Meg Leta JonesNew Media & Society
2019-03-08Cultural and Moral Implications of Soli and Its Effects on Journalism in Northern GhanaAmin Alhassan & Muhammed AbdulaiJournal of Media Ethics
2019-03-07Framing the migration: A study of news photographs showing people fleeing war and persecutionKeith Greenwood, TJ ThomsonInternational Communication Gazette
2019-03-07How do Human Rights Fit into the Debate? The Representation and Frames of Social Movement Organizations in a Newspaper Debate on the 2010 French Eviction and Expulsion of Roma MigrantsChloë Delcour & Lesley HustinxJournalism Studies
2019-03-07Soft Spot for Soft News? Influences of Journalistic Role Conceptions on Hard and Soft News CoverageIsabella GloggerJournalism Studies
2019-03-07Risky satire: Examining how a traditional news outlet’s use of satire can affect audience perceptions and future engagement with the news sourceJason T Peifer, Jessica Gall MyrickJournalism
2019-03-07Potential FCC Actions Against “Fake News”: The News Distortion Policy and the Broadcast Hoax RuleJoel TimmerCommunication Law and Policy
2019-03-06New issue of British Journalism ReviewBritish Journalism Review
2019-03-06On the relativity of old and new media: A lifeworld perspectiveManuel Menke, Christian SchwarzeneggerConvergence
2019-03-06Newsgames for the Greater Good: The Effects of Graphic Realism and Geographic Proximity on Knowledge Acquisition and Willingness to HelpJih-Hsuan Tammy Lin, Dai-Yun WuJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2019-03-06Blue-Collar Witnesses to Power: The Culture of Photographers at the Associated PressSoomin SeoJournalism Studies
2019-03-06Constructive journalism and Moyers’ dictumMartin SeligmanJournalism
2019-03-05Attribution Practices for the Man-Machine Marriage: How Perceived Human Intervention, Automation Metaphors, and Byline Location Affect the Perceived Bias and Credibility of Purportedly Automated ContentT. Franklin WaddellJournalism Practice
2019-03-01NO QUICK FIX: How Journalists Assess the Impact and Define the Boundaries of Solutions JournalismElia Powers & Alex CurryJournalism Studies
2019-03-01News on Events and Social Media: A Comparative Analysis of Facebook Users’ ReactionsSusana Salgado & Giuliano BobbaJournalism Studies
2019-03-01Consumptive News Feed Curation on Social Media as Proactive Personalization: A Study of Six East Asian MarketsFrancis L. F. Lee, Michael Che-ming Chan, Hsuan-Ting Chen, Rasmus Nielsen & Richard FletcherJournalism Studies
2019-03-01Navigating conflicts of interest: Ethical policies of 12 exemplary Asian media organisationsCherian George, Yuan Zeng, Suruchi MazumdarJournalism
2019-03-01‘This is (not) Entertainment!’: media constructions of political scandal discourses in the 2016 US presidential electionLaura Vorberg, Anna ZeitlerMedia, Culture & Society
2019-03-01Case Half-Closed: The Hutchins Commission’s Indictment of Pressure Groups for Media ManipulationStephen BatesMedia History
2019-03-01Russian newsrooms in digital era: challenges and prospectsAndrei V. Vyrkovsky, Marina Yu. Galkina, Alexander V. Kolesnichenko, Anastasia Yu. Obraztsova & Sergei A. VartanovRussian Journal of Communication
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