Research of November 2019

Research of November 2019

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

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2019-11-11Influence of the 'news find me’ perception on news sharing and news consumption on social mediaFrancisco Segado-Boj, Jesús Díaz-Campo & Raquel Quevedo RedondoCommunication Today
2019-11-10Are Numbers Not Trusted in a “Post-Truth” Era? An Experiment on the Impact of Data on News CredibilityY. Roselyn Du, Lingzi Zhu & Benjamin K. L. ChengElectronic News
2019-11-10In Step at the Top? Optimism, Efficacy, and Orientation Among Local Television News ManagersJustin C. Blankenship & Daniel RiffeElectronic News
2019-11-09Quality of Democratic Discourse in the Age of Political Hashtags and Social Media News ConsumptionEugenia Ha Rim RhoConference Companion Publication of the 2019 on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing
2019-11-08Stigma activation through dis-identification: cognitive bias triggered by mass media photos of people with obesityYongwoog Andrew Jeon, Hyeseung Elizabeth Koh, Jisoo Ahn & Renita ColemanJournal of Applied Communication Research
2019-11-08A framework for analysing antagonistic narrative strategies: A Russian tale of Swedish declineCharlotte Wagnsson & Costan BarzanjeMedia, War & Conflict
2019-11-07Analysing headlines as a way of downsizing news corpora: Evidence from an Arabic–English comparable corpus of newspaper articlesAhmad S. Haider & Riyad F. HusseinDigital Scholarship in the Humanities
2019-11-07Medicalization in the Media: News Coverage of a New and Uncertain DiagnosisAmy A. Ross ArguedasJournalism Practice
2019-11-07Climate change and migration in the UK news media: How the story is toldMaria SakellariInternational Communication Gazette
2019-11-07News in an Era of Content Confusion: Effects of News Use Motivations and Context on Native Advertising and Digital News PerceptionsMichelle A. AmazeenJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2019-11-07Increasing Adherence to Media Guidelines on Responsible Reporting on Suicide: Suggestions from Qualitative Interviews with German JournalistsAntonia Markiewitz, Florian Arendt & Sebastian ScherrJournalism Studies
2019-11-06Female journalists under attack? Explaining gender differences in reactions to audiences’ attacksLea Stahel & Constantin SchoenNew Media & Society
2019-11-06Confronting Uncertainty: The Contours of an Inferential CommunityScott A. Eldridge II & Henrik BødkerJournalism & Communication Monographs
2019-11-06College TV News Websites: Accessibility and Mobile ReadinessNorman E. Youngblood, Lakshmi N. Tirumala, Tom Hallaq & Raluca CozmaElectronic News
2019-11-06Exploring Journalism and Computer Science Student CollaborationElsebeth Frey, Ragnhild K. Olsen & G. Anthony GiannoumisNordicom Review
2019-11-05Enriching the Conversation: Audience Perspectives on the Deliberative Nature and Potential of User Comments for News MediaKatherine M. EngelkeDigital Journalism
2019-11-05Prioritizing the Audience’s View of Automation in JournalismAndrea L. GuzmanDigital Journalism
2019-11-05Towards a Design Orientation on Algorithms and Automation in News ProductionNicholas DiakopoulosDigital Journalism
2019-11-05Connecting the (Far-)Right Dots: A Topic Modeling and Hyperlink Analysis of (Far-)Right Media Coverage during the US Elections 2016Jonas Kaiser, Adrian Rauchfleisch & Nikki BourassaDigital Journalism
2019-11-05“Why the h**l is There a White House Correspondents’ Dinner?” Boundary Work in Political JournalismGregory Perreault, Kellie Stanfield & Shelby LuttmanJournalism Practice
2019-11-05The Crisis-Ridden Capitalist Mode of Production as Driving Force for Restructurations and Transformations in and of the Media Industry: Explanatory Theoretical Elements of a Critique of the Political Economy of the MediaManfred Knochetriple C
2019-11-05Refugee debate and networked framing in the hybrid media environmentReeta Pöyhtäri, Matti Nelimarkka, Kaarina Nikunen, Markus Ojala, Mervi Pantti & Juho PääkkönenInternational Communication Gazette
2019-11-05Explaining the killing of journalists in the contemporary era: The importance of hybrid regimes and subnational variationsSallie Hughes & Yulia VorobyevaJournalism
2019-11-05Escaping the news desert: Nonprofit news and open-system journalism organizationsPatrick Ferrucci & Kathleen I. AlaimoJournalism
2019-11-05Attribute agenda setting and affective priming in a South Korean election: how media descriptions of candidate attributes affect political decision-makingYoomin Lee & Young MinAsian Journal of Communication
2019-11-05The frame of the house: How elite news sources framed Taiwan’s housing policyKuang-Kuo Chang & Tien-Tsung LeeNewspaper Research Journal
2019-11-04Control Responsibility: The Discursive Construction of Privacy, Teens, and Facebook in Flemish NewspapersRalf De Wolf & Stijn JoyeInternational Journal of Communication
2019-11-04Populism in Scandinavian Immigration Discourse 1970–2016Hilmar Mjelde & Jan Fredrik HovdenInternational Journal of Communication
2019-11-04Metajournalism and Media Critique: Responses to “Extremist Voices” in the Digitalized News Landscape
Anna Grøndahl Larsen & Tine Ustad FigenschouInternational Journal of Communication
2019-11-04Time's up. Or is it? Journalists’ Perceptions of Sexual Violence and Newsroom Changes after #MeTooIndiaChindu Sreedharan, Einar Thorsen & Ananya GouthiJournalism Practice
2019-11-03Beaten by Chartbeat? An Experimental Study on the Effect of Real-Time Audience Analytics on Journalists’ News JudgmentKenza Lamot & Peter Van AelstJournalism Studies
2019-11-03The Ultimate News Value: Journalism Textbooks, the U.S. Presidency, and the Normalization of Donald TrumpPerry ParksJournalism Studies
2019-11-01Social Networks and the Demand for NewsLisa M. George & Christian PeukertInformation Economics and Policy
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