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Research of September 2017

Journalism research of September 2017

Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in September 2017 about journalism research. The list is updated a couple of times per week. The bolded titles link to JRN articles written about the studies.

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2017-09-02Political rhetoric in the Hungarian press during the communist regimeRoel Popping & Carl W RobertsJournalism
2017-09-02News organizations, ideology, and work routines: A multi-level analysis of environmental journalistsEver Josue FigueroaJournalism
2017-09-01Hero, leader, traitor: The print media deconstruction of Argentina’s last dictatorMuireann PrendergastDiscourse & Communication
2017-09-01When Local is National: An analysis of interacting journalistic communities in the coverage of sea riseRobert E. Gutsche Jr. & Moses ShumowJournalism Studies
2017-09-01Gender and Generational Differences in Political Reporters’ Interactivity on TwitterJohn H. Parmelee, Nataliya Roman, Berrin Beasley & Stephynie C. PerkinsJournalism Studies
2017-09-03Control the money, control the media: How government uses funding to keep media in lineMarius DragomirJournalism
2017-09-05Comparing Interactivity on Twitter by Political Reporters at TV Networks, Online-Only News Websites, and NewspapersJohn H. Parmelee, Nataliya Roman, Berrin Beasley, Stephynie C. PerkinsElectronic News
2017-09-04New issue of British Journalism ReviewBritish Journalism Review
2017-09-04Rethinking media responsibility in the refugee ‘crisis’: a visual typology of European newsLilie Chouliaraki, Tijana StolicMedia, Culture & Society
2017-09-05Changing Media Coverage of Violence Against Women
The role of individual cases and individual journalists
Jenny Morgan & Margaret SimonsJournalism Practice
2017-09-05The Effects of Mass Surveillance on Journalists’ Relations With Confidential Sources: A constant comparative studyStephenson WatersDigital Journalism
2017-09-05Still an Agenda Setter: Traditional News Media and Public Opinion During the Transition From Low to High Choice Media EnvironmentsMonika Djerf-Pierre & Adam ShehataJournal of Communication
2017-09-05The Origins of New Voices U.S.A.: A Lesson in Teaching Advocacy to Improve Teaching and Learning Steven Francis Listopad, Elizabeth Crisp CrawfordJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2017-09-05Mobile sourcing: A case study of journalistic norms and usage of chat appsValerie Belair-Gagnon, Colin Agur & Nicholas FrischMobile Media & Communication
2017-09-06The social mediation of political rumors: Examining the dynamics in social media and belief in political rumorsSoo Young BaeJournalism
2017-09-06To republish or not to republish: the “Je Suis Charlie” Mohammed cartoon and journalistic paradigms in a global contextLyombe Eko, Lea HellmuellerInternational Communication Gazette
2017-09-05Emergent Voices and Evolving Agendas:
Writing Realities in Cuba’s New Media
Landscape
The Annenberg School for Communication’s Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication Press
2017-09-06Less than Expected? How Media Cover Demonstration TurnoutRuud Wouters & Kirsten Van CampThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2017-09-08Journalistic interventions: The structural factors affecting the global emergence of fact-checkingMichelle A. AmazeenJournalism
2017-09-05Evolving, Rather than Policing, the Boundary: A case study of the development of the Center for Public IntegrityMagda KoniecznaDigital Journalism
2017-09-07Is Journalism Gender E-Qual? A study of the gendered accumulation and evaluation of digital capital in journalismSara De Vuyst & Karin RaeymaeckersDigital Journalism
2017-09-08Ideological dissonances among Chinese-language newspapers in Hong Kong: A corpus-based analysis of reports on the Occupy Central MovementWilliam Dezheng FengDiscourse & Communication
2017-09-07The Myth of Partisan Selective Exposure: A Portrait of the Online Political News AudienceJacob L. Nelson & James G. WebsterSocial Media + Society
2017-09-07In Search of Journalism Funding: Scenarios for future media policy in NorwayHelle Sjøvaag & Arne H. KrumsvikJournalism Practice
2017-09-11Media development in Denmark in 2017 -
English summary
Eva HarrieNORDICOM
2017-09-11Multiplatform news consumption and its connections to civic engagementLogan MolyneuxJournalism
2017-09-11New issue of PublizistikPublizistik
2017-09-11Report on Yle's regional news and newspaper market - English summaryMaarit JaakkolaNORDICOM
2017-09-12How journalists source trending social media feeds
A critical discourse perspective on Twitter
Gwen BouvierJournalism Studies
2017-09-12Using the Elaboration Likelihood Model to Explain to Whom “#Black Lives Matter” … And to Whom it Does NotLanier Frush HoltJournalism Practice
2017-09-12Assessing the Effect of “Disputed” Warnings and Source Salience on Perceptions of Fake News AccuracyGordon Pennycook, David G. Rand Working paper: Yale University
2017-09-13New issue of Javnost - The public. Special Issue on Democratic DissentJavnost - The public
2017-09-13What Is News? What Is the Newspaper? The Physical, Functional, and Stylistic Transformation of Print Newspapers, 1988–2013Miki TanikawaInternational Journal of Communication
2017-09-13Reporting War in 140 Characters: How Journalists Used Twitter During the 2014 Gaza–Israel ConflictOri TenenboimInternational Journal of Communication
2017-09-13A “Crisscrossing” Historical Analysis of Four Theories of the PressTerhi RantanenInternational Journal of Communication
2017-09-14Service at the Intersection of Journalism, Language, and the Global Imaginary: Indonesia’s English-language pressJohn C. Carpenter & Brian EkdaleJournalism Studies
2017-09-14Sourcing practices in online journalism: an ethnographic study of the formation of trust in and the use of journalistic sourcesVille J.E. ManninenJournal of Media Practice
2017-09-14Disrupting the narrative: immersive journalism in virtual realitySarah JonesJournal of Media Practice
2017-09-14Journalistic Roles and Everyday Life: An empirical account of lifestyle journalists’ professional viewsFolker HanuschJournalism Studies
2017-09-13Exploring innovative learning culture in the newsroomOrnella PorcuJournalism
2017-09-13Putting lives in danger? Tinker, tailor, journalist, spy: the use of journalistic coverPaul LashmarJournalism
2017-09-13News, entertainment, or both? Exploring audience perceptions of media genre in a hybrid media environmentStephanie Edgerly & Emily K. VragaJournalism
2017-09-13Shift in influence: an argument for changes in studying gatekeepingPatrick Ferrucci & Edson C. Tandoc JrJournal of Media Practice
2017-09-12Media Trends in the Nordic CountriesNORDICOM
2017-09-12Improving the quality of health journalism: When reliability meets engagementHeini MaksimainenReuters Institute
2017-09-08Reality check – making money with FacebookGrzegorz PiechotaWAN-IFRA
2017-09-13The cultural and economic power of advertisers in the business pressMaha Rafi AtalJournalism
2017-09-15How journalists use social media in France and the United States: Analyzing technology use across journalistic fieldsMatthew Powers & Sandra Vera-ZambranoNew Media & Society
2017-09-15Attitudes to paying for online newsKantar MediaReuters Institute
2017-09-15Digital News Consumption and Copyright Intervention: Evidence from Spain Before and After the 2015 “Link Tax”Sílvia Majó-Vázquez,
Ana S. Cardenal &
Sandra González-Bailón
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication
2017-09-17‘We report the world as it is, not as we want it to be’: Journalists’ negotiation of professional practices and responsibilities when reporting on suicideMichael Mead Yaqub, Randal A Beam & Sue Lockett JohnJournalism
2017-09-17Powered by public relations? Mutual perceptions of PR practitioners’ bases of power over journalismThomas Koch, Magdalena Obermaier & Claudia RiesmeyerJournalism
2017-09-15Beyond the mogul: From media conglomerates to portfolio mediaEli NoamJournalism
2017-09-16“We’ve Lost the Basics”: Perceptions of Journalism Education From Veterans in the FieldPatrick FerrucciJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2017-09-15Is business news starting to bark? How business news covers corporate social responsibility post the economic crisisLauren D. Furey, Moonhee Cho & Tiffany L. MohrJournalism
2017-09-12Examining Instructor and Learner Experiences and Attitude Change in a Journalism for Social Change Massive Open Online Course: A Mixed-Methods Case StudyJamie Loizzo, Sunnie Lee Watson & William R. WatsonJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2017-09-19Data journalism in 2017:
The current state and challenges facing the field today
Simon Rogers, Jonathan Schwabish, Danielle BowersGoogle News Lab report
2017-09-14Around literary criticism in newspaper: Lima Barreto and José VeríssimoRachel BertolMATRIZes, Journal of the Graduate Program in Communication Sciences of the University of Sao
Paulo
2017-09-14Notes about the contribution of Franco Moretti’s sociology of forms to journalism studiesMarcos Paulo da SilvaMATRIZes, Journal of the Graduate Program in Communication Sciences of the University of Sao
Paulo
2017-09-14Theoretical-methodological proposal for researching objects in journalismElizabeth Saad Corrêa, Stefanie Carlan da SilveiraMATRIZes, Journal of the Graduate Program in Communication Sciences of the University of Sao
Paulo
2017-09-20Science News and Information TodayCary Funk, Jeffrey Gottfried, Amy MitchellPew Research Center Analysis
2017-09-19Journalism under pressure in conflict zones: A study of journalists and editors in seven countriesMarte Høiby, Rune OttosenMedia, War & Conflict
2017-09-19How do non-governmental organizations influence media coverage of conflict? The case of the Syrian conflict, 2011–2014Christoph O. Meyer, Eric Sangar, Eva MichaelsMedia, War & Conflict
2017-09-20How conflict news comes into being: Reconstructing ‘reality’ through telling storiesAbit Hoxha, Thomas HanitzschMedia, War & Conflict
2017-09-18The Journalistic Habitus, Neoliberal(ized) Logics, and the Politics of Public EducationSean Phelan & Leon A. SalterJournalism Studies
2017-09-18More of the Same?
Influences on source use and source affiliation diversity in for-profit and nonprofit news organizational content
Jan Boehmer, Serena Carpenter & Frederick FicoJournalism Studies
2017-09-18Coding the News: The role of computer code in filtering and distributing newsMatthew S. Weber & Allie KosterichDigital Journalism
2017-09-19The Tycoon and the Escort: the business of portraying women in newspapersEleanor Mills, Katie Hind & Áine QuinnWomen in Journalism
2017-09-13World News Publishers Outlook 2017François Nel & Coral Milburn-CurtisWorld Association of Newspapers and News Publishers
2017-09-20Journalists Not TerroristsCommittee to Protect Journalists
2017-09-21Audiences’ acts of authentication in the age of fake news: A conceptual frameworkEdson C Tandoc, Richard Ling, Oscar Westlund, Andrew Duffy, Debbie Goh & Lim Zheng WeiNew Media & Society
2017-09-20Political scandals, “black materials,” and changing backstage imaginary in the Hong Kong press, 2001–2015Francis L. F. LeeChinese Journal of Communication
2017-09-25VR for News: The New Reality?Zillah WatsonReuters Institute
2017-09-28Mobile news service adoption: a South African case studyR. Adam & L. F. SeymourSAICSIT '17 Proceedings of the South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologists
2017-09-21Finding and expressing news from structured dataLeppänen et al.Proceedings of the 21st International Academic Mindtrek Conference
2017-09-20Media Priming Effect: A Preregistered Replication ExperimentTetsuro Kobayashi, Asako Miura, Kazunori InamasuJournal of Experimental Political Science
2017-09-27New Business Models in U.S. News Media (in Finnish). Includes a summary and two articles in English.Katja Lehtisaari, Mikko Grönlund, Carl-Gustav Lindén, Mikko Villi, Robert Picard,
Bozena Mierzejewska, Axel Röpnack
Report: University of Helsinki, Aleksanteri-instituutti
2017-09-23Toward professional standards for media transparency in the United States: Comparison of perceptions of non-transparency in national vs. regional mediaKaterina Tsetsura, Kelsie AzizPublic Relations Review
2017-09-15The ‘Nate Silver effect’ on political journalism: Gatecrashers, gatekeepers, and changing newsroom practices around coverage of public opinion polls Benjamin ToffJournalism
2017-09-25Voice and community in the 2015 refugee crisis: A content analysis of news coverage in eight European countriesLilie Chouliaraki, Rafal ZaborowskiInternational Communication Gazette
2017-09-26The accused is entering the courtroom: the live-tweeting of a murder trialMegan KnightJournal of Media Practice
2017-09-26The Story of Journalist Organizations in CzechoslovakiaMarkéta Ševčíková, Kaarle NordenstrengMedia and Communication
2017-09-26Journalists’ Associations in Poland Before and After 1980Wojciech FurmanMedia and Communication
2017-09-26Journalists’ Associations as Political Instruments in Central and Eastern EuropeEpp Lauk, Kaarle NordenstrengMedia and Communication
2017-09-26Cleansing among Czech Journalists after World War II and a Comparison with the Situation in France and the NetherlandsJan CebeMedia and Communication
2017-09-26The Rocky Road towards Professional Autonomy: The Estonian Journalists’ Organization in the Political Turmoil of the 20th CenturyEpp LaukMedia and Communication
2017-09-26International Federation of Free Journalists: Opposing Communist Propaganda During the Cold WarMartin NekolaMedia and Communication
2017-09-27Media Trends in the Nordic CountriesNORDICOM
2017-09-27Predicting policy: exploring news attention to policy issues in electoral debatesJason TurcotteJournal of Applied Communication Research
2017-09-28Local journalism in the Pacific Northwest: Why It Matters, How It’s Evolving and Who Pays for ItDamian RadcliffeUniversity of Oregon
2017-09-28Developing Digital News Projects in Private Sector MediaAlessio Cornia, Annika Sehl & Rasmus Kleis NielsenReuters Institute
2017-09-26How virtual reality will impact journalismFrancesco MarconiThe Associated Press
2017-09-29Comparing models of collaborative journalismSarah StonbelyMontclair State University
2017-09-27An integrated model of workload, autonomy, burnout, job satisfaction, and turnover intention among Taiwanese reportersHuei-Ling Liu & Ven-hwei LoAsian Journal of Communication
2017-09-28Dead Today, Gone Tomorrow: The Framing of Workplace Injury in Canadian Newspapers, 2009-2014Jason Foster, Bob BarnetsonCanadian Journal of Communication
2017-09-28Job Autonomy: How Kenyan Newspeople Perceive Their Journalistic LatitudesKioko IreriAfrican Journalism Studies
2017-09-28Citizen Journalism and Democratisation of Mainstream Media in RwandaDominique Nduhura & Michael PrielerAfrican Journalism Studies
2017-09-28“A Willingness to Put a Knife in its Own Back”: Advertising, Self-censorship, and the Weekly Mail's Resistance in Apartheid South AfricaBryan TraboldAfrican Journalism Studies
2017-09-28Inspecting the Investigators: An Analysis of Television Investigative Journalism and Factors Leading to Its ProductionJesse AbdenourJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2017-09-30Transferring control from the backend to the frontend: A comparison of the discourse architectures of comment sections on news websites across the post-Soviet worldFlorian Toepfl, Anna LitvinenkoNew Media & Society
2017-09-30Exploring immersive experience in journalismDonghee Shin, Frank BioccaNew Media & Society
2017-09-30Institutional constraints or voluntary deference? Marginalized critical news content, spiked stories, series and careers subjected to the BuzzsawAndrew KennisJournalism
2017-09-27The Taming of Critical Journalism in China
A combination of political, economic and technological forces
Jingrong TongJournalism Studies
2017-09-27I like what I see: studying the influence of popularity cues on attention allocation and news selectionShira Dvir-GvirsmanInformation, Communication & Society
2017-09-28A Badge of Honor?
How The New York Times discredits President Trump’s fake news accusations
Juliane A. LischkaJournalism Studies
2017-09-30Integration or Isolation? Mapping Out the Position of Radical Right Media in the Public SphereOv Cristian Norocel, Gabriella Szabó, Márton BeneInternational Journal of Communication
2017-09-29Audiences, towards 2030: Priorities for audience analysisDas, Ranjana and Ytre-Arne, BritaReport: CEDAR
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