Research of May 2018

All journalism research of May 2018

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

PublishedTitleAuthorsJournal / publisher
2018-05-22Covering the hermit regime: A comparison of North Korea coverage at the Associated Press and NK NewsSoomin SeoJournalism
2018-05-21Where ‘fake news’ flourishes: a comparison across four Western democraciesEdda HumprechtInformation, Communication & Society
2018-05-21Social Pluralism in Public and Private Television BroadcastingAndrea Mangani & Elisa TarriniJavnost - The Public
2018-05-19Fragility of strong media effects in authoritarian environment (Evidence from Russia)Nikita Savin, Oleg Kashirskikh, Aigul MavletovaEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-05-19The end of pan-Arab media? National, transnational media and identity in Morocco, Tunisia and Jordan after 2011Viola Sarnelli, Vera LomazziInternational Communication Gazette
2018-05-19Blurring boundaries: Exploring tweets as a legitimate journalism artifactZhaoxi (Josie) Liu, Dan BerkowitzJournalism
2018-05-19The Constructive Role of Journalism
Contentious metadiscourse on constructive journalism and solutions journalism
Tanja Aitamurto & Anita VarmaJournalism Practice
2018-05-19Positive Psychology as a Theoretical Foundation for Constructive JournalismKaren McIntyre & Cathrine GyldenstedJournalism Practice
2018-05-18Hybridizing journalism: clash of two “journalisms” in AfricaEmeka UmejeiChinese Journal of Communication
2018-05-17Trade marks, newspapers and reading publicsMegan Richardson & Julian ThomasJournal of Media Law
2018-05-17The Role of Minority Journalists, Candidates, and Audiences in Shaping Race-Related Campaign News CoverageMingxiao Sui, Newly Paul, Paru Shah, Brook Spurlock, Brooksie Chastant, Johanna DunawayJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-05-16Searching for Alternative FactsFrancesca TripodiData & Society report
2018-05-16Cheaper than a goat: U.S. newspaper and television coverage of the southern Sudan conflictSally Ann CruikshankNewspaper Research Journal
2018-05-16“I’m a news junkie . . . I like being informed”: Mobile news use by a newspaper’s digital subscribersJacqueline Soteropoulos IncollingoNewspaper Research Journal
2018-05-16The effect of oil prices on the media agenda: A model of agenda buildingMariam F. Alkazemi, Wayne WantaNewspaper Research Journal
2018-05-16Framing of same-sex marriage over 17 years in two newspapers is linked to ideology especially in election yearsDominic L. Lasorsa, Jiyoun Suk, Deepa FadnisNewspaper Research Journal
2018-05-16Building Theory From Media Ideology: Coding for Power in Journalistic DiscourseChelsea ReynoldsJournal of Communication Inquiry
2018-05-15Third-Party Web Content on EU
News Sites: Potential Challenges and Paths to Privacy Improvement
Timothy Libert and Rasmus Kleis NielsenReuters Institute Fact Sheet
2018-05-15Where Are The Women Journalists In Europe’s Media?European Journalism Observatory (EJO) research report
2018-05-15How to unring the bell: A meta-analytic approach to correction of misinformationNathan Walter & Sheila T. MurphyCommunication Monographs
2018-05-15Cultural otherness and disaster news: The influence of western discourses on Japan in US and UK news coverage of the 2011 Great East Japan DisasterJamie MatthewsInternational Communication Gazette
2018-05-15Framing social conflicts in news coverage and social media: A multicountry comparative studySaifuddin Ahmed, Jaeho Cho, Kokil JaidkaInternational Communication Gazette
2018-05-15Fusion cuisine: A functional approach to interdisciplinary cooking in journalism studiesChris Peters, Marcel BroersmaJournalism
2018-05-15The Ukraine conflict and the European media: A comparative study of newspapers in 13 European countriesSusanne Fengler, Marcus Kreutler, Matilda Alku, Bojana Barlovac, Mariella Bastian et al.Journalism
2018-05-15Solutions in the Shadows: The Effects of Photo and Text Congruency in Solutions Journalism News StoriesKaren McIntyre, Kyser Lough, Keyris ManzanaresJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-05-15How Influential Are Chinese Media in Africa? An Audience Analysis in Kenya and South AfricaHerman Wasserman, Dani Madrid-MoralesInternational Journal of Communication
2018-05-15Media Independence through Routine Press-State Relations: Immigration and Government Statistics in the British PressWilliam L. Allen, Scott BlinderThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-05-15Reporting from Behind Enemy Lines: How the National Guardian and Liberation Brought Vietnam to the American LeftMichael KoncewiczAmerican Journalism
2018-05-15The Blood of Others: Television Documentary Journalism as Literary EngagementThomas A. MascaroAmerican Journalism
2018-05-15The New York Times and the Times of London on India Independence Leaders Gandhi and Ambedkar, 1920–1948Jane O'BoyleAmerican Journalism
2018-05-15The Potential of Constructive Journalism Ideas in a Croatian ContextPetra Kovacevic & Tena PerisinJournalism Practice
2018-05-14Emotional storytelling: Sensational media and the creation of the HIV sexual predatorJennifer M Kilty, Katarina BogosavljevicCrime, Media, Culture
2018-05-14In Western Europe, Public Attitudes Toward News Media More Divided by Populist Views Than Left-Right IdeologyAmy Mitchell, Katie Simmons, Katerina Eva Matsa, Laura Silver, Elisa Shearer, Courtney Johnson, Mason Walker and Kyle TaylorPew Research Center Survey
2018-05-14Safety and Security of Journalists: Yet Awaiting Intervention from Indian Academy and IndustryC. S. H. N. MurthyAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-05-14From air pollution to airing pollution news: multi-layer analysis of the representation of environmental news in Iranian newspapersFarshad Amiraslani & Arnaud CaisermanThe Journal of International Communication
2018-05-14Setting a Non-Agenda: Effects of a Perceived Lack of Problems in Recent News or TwitterRaymond J. Pingree, Elizabeth Stoycheff, Mingxiao Sui & Jason T. PeiferMass Communication and Society
2018-05-13A DIY, Project-based Approach to Teaching Data JournalismCaroline GrahamAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-05-13Teaching Journalism Ethics Through “The Newsroom”: An Enhanced Learning ExperienceLaveda J. Peterlin, Jonathan PetersJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-05-11Placing Constructive Journalism in ContextLiesbeth Hermans & Nico DrokJournalism Practice
2018-05-11Constructive journalism: Proponents, precedents, and principlesPeter BroJournalism
2018-05-11The hidden side of news diffusion: Understanding online news sharing as an interpersonal behaviorJennifer Ihm, Eun-mee KimNew Media & Society
2018-05-11Toward a Typology of Mediated Anger: Routine Coverage of Protest and Political EmotionKarin Wahl-JorgensenInternational Journal of Communication
2018-05-11The Emotional Economy of the European Financial Crisis in the UK PressTereza Capelos, Theofanis Exadaktylos, Stavroula Chrona, Maria PoulopoulouInternational Journal of Communication
2018-05-11Strategic Avoidance and Strategic Use: A Look into Spanish Online Journalists’ Attitudes Toward Emotions in ReportingOmar V. RosasInternational Journal of Communication
2018-05-11Audiences as Medium: Motivations and Emotions in News SharingAlberto Dafonte-GómezInternational Journal of Communication
2018-05-10The effect of media sexism on women’s political ambition: evidence from a worldwide studyAmanda Haraldsson & Lena WängnerudFeminist Media Studies
2018-05-10Declaring the Value of Truth
Progressive-era lessons for combatting fake news
Brian Creech & Amber RoessnerJournalism Practice
2018-05-10Rethinking Constructive Journalism by Means of Service JournalismUnni From & Nete Nørgaard KristensenJournalism Practice
2018-05-10Introducing a New Form of Socially Responsible Journalism
Experiences from the Conciliatory Journalism Project
Mikko Hautakangas & Laura AhvaJournalism Practice
2018-05-10How Does the Audience Respond to Constructive Journalism?
Two experiments with multifaceted results
Klaus MeierJournalism Practice
2018-05-09When the Numbers Don’t Add Up: Accommodating Data Journalism in a Compact Journalism ProgrammeSue GreenAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-05-09Environmental Images in Indian NewspapersT. Nirmala, I. Arul AramAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-05-09Enthusiasm for Making a Difference: Adapting Data Journalism Skills for Digital CampaigningGlen FullerAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-05-09Don’t be stupid
The role of social media policies in journalistic boundary-setting
Andrew Duffy & Megan KnightJournalism Studies
2018-05-09Digital Volunteer Networks and Humanitarian Crisis ReportingDmitry ChernobrovDigital Journalism
2018-05-09A corpus-assisted critical discourse analysis of news reporting on China’s air pollution in the official Chinese English-language pressGuofeng WangDiscourse & Communication
2018-05-08Free Flow versus Fair Flow: Revisiting the New World Information and Communication Order debates in the global eraMark HannahJournalism
2018-05-08Automation and adaptationz
Reshaping journalistic labor in the newsroom library
Jan Lauren Boyles, Jared MeisingerConvergence
2018-05-05Updating citizenship? The effects of digital media use on citizenship understanding and political participationJakob OhmeInformation, Communication & Society
2018-05-03Impact as driving force of journalistic and social changeAndrea Wagemans, Tamara Witschge, Frank HarbersJournalism
2018-05-03Shedding light on the dark social: The connective role of news and journalism in social media communitiesJoëlle Swart, Chris Peters, Marcel BroersmaNew Media & Society
2018-05-03User comments across platforms and journalistic genresAnat Ben-David & Oren SofferInformation, Communication & Society
2018-05-03The Stubborn Pervasiveness of Television News in the Digital Age and the Field’s Attention to the Medium, 2010–2014Nicholas W. Robinson, Chen Zeng & R. Lance HolbertJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2018-05-03Can children’s privacy rights be adequately protected through press regulation? What press regulation can learn from the courtsBrigit Morris & Máire Messenger DaviesJournal of Media Law
2018-05-03The court and the camera: should privacy be a concern in court reporting?Anna K. BernzenJournal of Media Law
2018-05-03Sharing and Discussing News in Private Social Media Groups
The social function of news and current affairs in location-based, work-oriented and leisure-focused communities
Joëlle Swart, Chris Peters & Marcel BroersmaDigital Journalism
2018-05-03The Rise of Interpretive Journalism
Belgian newspaper coverage, 1985–2014
Karolin SoontjensJournalism Studies
2018-05-03The Discursive Construction of Biometric Surveillance in the Israeli Press
Nationality, citizenship, and democracy
Avi MarcianoJournalism Studies
2018-05-03Digitisation, internationalisation, and changing business models in local media markets: an analysis of commercial media’s perceptions on challenges aheadKaren Donders, Gunn Enli, Tim Raats & Trine SyvertsenJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-05-03The Antecedents of Incidental News Exposure on Social MediaMousa Ahmadi, Donghee Yvette WohnSocial Media + Society
2018-05-02Seeing Through the User’s Eyes
The Role of Journalists’ Audience Perceptions in Their Use of Technology
Mark CoddingtonElectronic News
2018-05-01Data Journalism Teaching, Fast and SlowPaul BradshawAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-05-01The Issue Takes It All?
Incidental news exposure and news engagement on Facebook
Anna Sophie KümpelDigital Journalism
2018-05-01Read All About It: The Politicization of “Fake News” on TwitterJohn Brummette, Marcia DiStaso, Michail Vafeiadis, Marcus MessnerJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-05-01Media coverage of shifting emotional regimes: Donald Trump’s angry populismKarin Wahl-JorgensenMedia, Culture & Society
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