Research of September 2019

Journalism Research of September 2019

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

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2019-09-17A Computational Analysis of News Media Bias: A South African Case StudyLaurenz A. Cornelissen, Lucia I. Daly, Qhama Sinandile, Heinrich de Lange, Richard J. Barnett
2019-09-12Neoliberal rationality and the consumption of biased news: theorizing the neoliberal subjectivation of news media audiencesRobert MarinovCritical Studies in Media Communication
2019-09-12Towards an Institutional News Logic of Digital Native News Media? A Case Study of BuzzFeed’s Reporting During the 2015 and 2017 UK General Election CampaignsRichard Thomas & Stephen CushionDigital Journalism
2019-09-12The Use of Generic Frames in Elite Press: Between Conflict, Neutrality, and an Empowered JournalistMaria-Elena Gronemeyer, Monserrat del Pino & William PorathJournalism Practice
2019-09-12Beyond “Woodstein”: Narratives of Investigative JournalismSandford Borins & Beth HerstJournalism Practice
2019-09-11News translation, the Korean Other and the construction of Chinese national identity: the case of Ltaaa.comThomas ChaseMedia International Australia
2019-09-11Partisan Media in a Politically Charged Zimbabwe: Public and Private Media Framing of 2018 ElectionsSimon MatingwinaAfrican Journalism Studies
2019-09-11Terry Pettus and the 1936 Seattle Newspaper Strike: Pivotal Success for the Early American Newspaper GuildCindy ElmoreAmerican Journalism
2019-09-11“Fully Conscious of Their Power”: Nineteenth-Century Michigan Editors Search for Journalistic ProfessionalismStephen A. BanningAmerican Journalism
2019-09-11The Mysterious Mr. Maxwell and Room M-1: Clandestine Influences on American Postal Censorship during World War IAlexander S. LeidholdtAmerican Journalism
2019-09-11Westbrook Pegler and the Rise of the Syndicated ColumnistPhilip GlendeAmerican Journalism
2019-09-11The “Sound of an Extra”: Representing Civil War Newsboys by Pen and in PrintRonald J. Zboray & Mary Saracino ZborayAmerican Journalism
2019-09-11A Personalized Self-image: Gender and Branding Practices Among JournalistsLogan MolyneuxSocial Media + Society
2019-09-11Does Too Much News on Social Media Discourage News Seeking? Mediating Role of News Efficacy Between Perceived News Overload and News Avoidance on Social MediaChang Sup ParkSocial Media + Society
2019-09-10The Effects of Mobile Push Notifications on News Consumption and LearningNatalie Jomini Stroud, Cynthia Peacock & Alexander L. CurryDigital Journalism
2019-09-10Media Effects and Marginalized Ideas: Relationships Among Media Consumption and Support for Black Lives MatterDanielle Kilgo, Rachel R. MourãoInternational Journal of Communication
2019-09-10“It Has to Be in One’s Head and Heart”: The Understanding of Journalism Ethics in Latvian MediaIanis BucholtzJournalism Studies
2019-09-10Old, Educated, and Politically Diverse: The Audience of Public Service NewsAnne Schulz, David A. L. Levy, and Rasmus Kleis NielsenReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism report
2019-09-09From Inside the Rhizome: Mapping the Greek Alternative MediascapePantelis Vatikiotis, Dimitra L. MilioniInternational Journal of Communication
2019-09-09Mediatized Rituals: Understanding the Media in the Age of Deep MediatizationXi CuiInternational Journal of Communication
2019-09-09Self-Censorship of the Nira Radia Tapes: A Critical Juncture in the Indian Journalistic FieldSwati MaheshwariInternational Journal of Communication
2019-09-09Examining Motivations and Strategies for Integrating Social Media Technologies Into the ClassroomBrooke AuxierJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2019-09-09Climate change in China: A study of news diversity in party-sponsored and market-oriented newspapersRan Duan, Serena MillerJournalism
2019-09-09Maintainers of Ethnic Hierarchies? Investigating the Relationship Between Media Use and Attitudes Toward Perceived Remote Versus Perceived Close ImmigrationNora TheorinMass Communication and Society
2019-09-09New media, old paradigms: News representations of technology in adolescent sexual assaultAnna GjikaCrime, Media, Culture: An International Journal
2019-09-06How Rwandan Journalists Use WhatsApp to Advance Their Profession and Collaborate for the Good of Their CountryKaren McIntyre & Meghan SobelDigital Journalism
2019-09-06Detached or Interventionist? Comparing the Performance of Watchdog Journalism in Transitional, Advanced and Non-democratic CountriesMireya Márquez-Ramírez, Claudia Mellado, María Luisa Humanes, Adriana Amado, Daniel Beck, Sergey Davydov, et al.The International Journal of Press/Politics
2019-09-06Reddening or Reckoning? An Essay on China’s Shadow on Hong Kong Media 22 Years after Handover from British RuleStuart LauReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism fellow paper
2019-09-05New Economy Narrative?: A Comparative Analysis of Technology and Economic Recovery in the Business PressKyle KublerJournalism Practice
2019-09-04How Newsrooms Use User Generated ContentKadia TubmanReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism fellow paper
2019-09-03From Open Journalism to Closed Data: Data Journalism in ItalyColin Porlezza & Sergio SplendoreDigital Journalism
2019-09-03Best Practices for Journalistic Balance: Gatekeeping, Imbalance and the Fake News EraJanelle BenhamJournalism Practice
2019-09-02New issue of British Journalism ReviewBritish Journalism Review
2019-09-02How Young People Consume News and the Implications for Mainstream MediaFlamingo consultancyA report by Flamingo commissioned
by the Reuters Institute for the Study
of Journalism, Oxford University
2019-09-01News From the Background to the Foreground: How People Use Technology To Manage Media TransitionsJordan Wirfs-Brock, Katie QuehlProceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies
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