Research of October 2020

Journalism Research of October 2020

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

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2020-10-14Who shares news on mobile messaging applications, why and in what ways? A cross-national analysisAntonis KalogeropoulosMobile Media & Communication
2020-10-13Out-of-the-box versus in-house tools: how are they affecting data journalism in Australia?Mathias-Felipe de-Lima-Santos, Aljosha Karim Schapals, Axel BrunsMedia International Australia
2020-10-13Ubuntuism as a Foundation of Media Ethics in Zimbabwe? Journalists’ Perspectives and DiscontentsMphathisi Ndlovu & Makhosi Nkanyiso SibandaCommunicatio
2020-10-13News-Sharing Repertoires on Social Media in the Context of Networked Authoritarianism: The Case of TurkeySuncem Kocer, Çiğdem BozdağInternational Journal of Communication
2020-10-13Faces of Biased Selectivity: A Latent Profile Analysis to Classify News Audiences and Their Selection Biases in the U.S. and UKToni G.L.A. van der Meer, Michael Hameleers, Anne C. KroonInternational Journal of Communication
2020-10-13A Time-Series Analysis of Public Diplomacy Expenditure and News Sentiment: A Case Study of the U.S.–Japan RelationshipByung Wook Kim, Suman Lee, Hwalbin KimInternational Journal of Communication
2020-10-13Russiagate, WikiLeaks, and the Political Economy of Posttruth NewsStephen M. E. MarmuraInternational Journal of Communication
2020-10-13What’s in a Label? Negative Credibility Labels in Partisan NewsMegan DuncanJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2020-10-13Exposure to Difference on Facebook, Trust, and Political KnowledgeToby Hopp, Patrick Ferrucci, Chris J. Vargo & Jolene FisherMass Communication and Society
2020-10-13Malaysian press laws violate social responsibility and press freedomAbhijit Mazumdar & Arron Richard RiffleCommunication Research and Practice
2020-10-12Traffic media: how algorithmic imaginations and practices change content productionWeiyu Zhang, Zhuo Chen & Yipeng XiChinese Journal of Communication
2020-10-12Blink and You Miss it: Measuring News Readers’ Attention to Interpretative Journalism CuesArthur D. Santana & Toby HoppJournalism Practice
2020-10-10Beyond (Mis)Representation: Visuals in COVID-19 MisinformationJ. Scott Brennen, Felix M. Simon, Rasmus Kleis NielsenThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2020-10-10Trump against Germany: Examining How News about Donald Trump’s Anti-German Utterances Affect Anti-Americanism in Germany—A Moderated Mediation ModelChristian von SikorskiThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2020-10-09Characterizing Communication Patterns between Audiences and NewsbotsDiego Gómez-Zará & Nicholas DiakopoulosDigital Journalism
2020-10-09Journalists’ Adoption and Media’s Coverage of Data-driven Journalism: a Case of Hong KongXinzhi Zhang & Minyi ChenJournalism Practice
2020-10-09Information Flow Within and Across Online Media Platforms: An Agenda-setting Analysis of Rumor Diffusion on News Websites, Weibo, and WeChat in ChinaLei Guo & Yiyan ZhangJournalism Studies
2020-10-08Where Newsroom Leaders See Technology Facilitating Innovation in Local TV NewsIveta Imre, Debora WengerElectronic News
2020-10-08The Alarmed Citizen: Fear, Mistrust, and Alternative MediaKjersti Thorbjørnsrud & Tine UstadJournalism Practice
2020-10-08Rethinking Public Agenda in a Time of High-Choice Media EnvironmentSara Bentivegna, Giovanni Boccia ArtieriMedia and Communication
2020-10-08Incidental Exposure to Non-Like-Minded News through Social Media: Opposing Voices in Echo-Chambers’ News FeedsPere Masip, Jaume Suau, Carlos Ruiz-CaballeroMedia and Communication
2020-10-08Misogynoir in women’s sport media: race, nation, and diaspora in the representation of Naomi OsakaSabrina Razack, Janelle JosephMedia, Culture & Society
2020-10-08Rebel with a cause: the framing of climate change and intergenerational justice in the German press treatment of the Fridays for Future protestsLena von Zabern, Christopher D. TullochMedia, Culture & Society
2020-10-08Public Journalism Without the Public: Problematizing the Public Sphere and Press Credibility in Academic Journals, 1991–2018Burton St. John III, Kirsten A. JohnsonJournal of Communication Inquiry
2020-10-07The Influence of News Brand Cues and Story Content on Citizen Perceptions of News BiasMinchul Kim, Maria Elizabeth GrabeThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2020-10-06Twitter as a Source of Information? Practices of Journalists Working for the French National PressAlejandra Hernández-Fuentes & Angeliki MonnierJournalism Practice
2020-10-05Syrian refugees in digital news discourse: Depictions and reflections in GermanyZahra Mustafa-Awad, Monika Kirner-LudwigDiscourse & Communication
2020-10-05International broadcasters and country image management: Comparing audience perceptions of China, Russia and Iran in Latin AmericaPablo Sebastian MoralesGlobal Media and China
2020-10-05How free is Ghana’s media?Nana Ama Agyemang AsanteReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism fellow paper
2020-10-04News Constructions of South Africa’s Trial of the Century: Identity Discourse in the Steenkamp Shooting and Pistorius TrialMargaretha Geertsema-Sligh & Nancy WorthingtonJournalism Studies
2020-10-04News Media Credibility Ratings and Perceptions of Online Fake News Exposure in Five CountriesJustin D. Martin & Fouad HassanJournalism Studies
2020-10-04Interpretations of the journalistic field: A systematic analysis of how journalism scholarship appropriates Bourdieusian thoughtPhoebe Maares, Folker HanuschJournalism
2020-10-04Incidental news exposure via social media and political participation: Evidence of reciprocal effectsSangwon Lee, Michael XenosNew Media & Society
2020-10-04Social media and journalistic discourse analysis: 2019 Venezuelan presidential crisisOmid Alizadeh AfrouziDiscourse & Communication
2020-10-01Mediation Analysis and Warranted Inferences in Media and Communication Research: Examining Research Design in Communication Journals From 1996 to 2017Michael Chan, Panfeng Hu, Macau K. F. MakJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2020-10-01Framed in Times of Democratization
The changing representation of Belgian diplomats in the newspaper press, 1890s–1930s
Michael AuwersMedia History
2020-10-01‘Everything is dimming out, little by little:’ examining self-censorship among Venezuelan journalistsParomita Pain & Ezequiel KorinCommunication Research and Practice
2020-10-01Frame dynamics in global media: a case study of frame strength and dominance in media in the Democratic People’s Republic of KoreaLukasz NowackiChinese Journal of Communication
2020-10-01Rethinking Ethical Journalism in the Worsening Socio-Economic and Political Crisis in ZimbabweLimukani MatheCommunicatio
2020-10-01Probing the Mechanisms Through Which Social Media Erodes Political Knowledge: The Role of the News-Finds-Me PerceptionSangwon LeeMass Communication and Society
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