Books of July 2020

Journalism books of july 2020

Here is a list of all the academic books on journalism we have collected at Journalism Research News during July 2020. You can search or arrange the table per your preference. We search the books from publishers Bloomsbury, Combined Academic Publishers, I.B. Tauris, Intellect, Oxford University Press, Peter Lang, Sage, Springer, Routledge, Rowman & Littlefield, and Wiley. If you know of an academic book on journalism or media that has been published, contact us!

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)PublisherNo. of pages
2020-07Travel Journalism and Travel Media
Identities, Places and Imaginings
Ben CockingPalgrave Macmillan162
2020-07British Media Coverage of the Press Reform Debate
Journalists Reporting Journalism
Binakuromo OgbeborPalgrave Macmillan227
2020-07Journalism and EmotionStephen JukesSage200
2020-07Journalism In Turkey:
Practices, Challenges, Opportunities
Devrim İnce and Yurdagül Bezirgan Arar (eds.)Peter Lang304
2020-07Information Nightmare: Fake News, Manipulation and Post-Truth Politics in the Digital AgeTirşe Erbaysal Filibeli (ed.)Peter Lang210
2020-07Fake News
Real Issues in Modern Communication
Russell Chun and Susan J. Drucker (eds.)Peter Lang246
2020-07Sports Journalism
A History of Glory, Fame, and Technology
Patrick S. Washburn and Chris LambCombined Academic Publishers288
2020-07-06Smartphones and the News
Andrew DuffyRoutledge114
2020-07-08Theory, Development, and Strategy in Transmedia StorytellingRenira Rampazzo Gambarato, Geane Carvalho Alzamora, Lorena TárciaRoutledge180
2020-07-09Journalist Safety and Self-CensorshipAnna Grøndahl Larsen, Ingrid Fadnes, Roy KrøvelRoutledge220
2020-07-13Broadcast News and Writing StylebookRobert A. PapperRoutledge352
2020-07-14Journalism Research in Practice
Perspectives on Change, Challenges, and Solutions
Robert E. Gutsche, Jr., Bonnie BrennenRoutledge154
2020-07-16Reporting in a Multimedia World
An introduction to core journalism skills
Barbara Alysen, Mandy Oakham, Roger Patching, Gail SedorkinRoutledge336
2020-07-21Al Jazeera, Freedom of the Press, and Forecasting Humanitarian EmergenciesYehia GhanemRoutledge110
2020-07-22News 2.0
Can journalism survive the Internet?
Martin HirstRoutledge256
2020-07-22What is Digital Journalism Studies?Steen Steensen, Oscar WestlundRoutledge124
2020-07-23Freelancing for JournalistsLily Canter, Emma WilkinsonRoutledge222
2020-07-23Assignment Moscow
Reporting on Russia from Lenin to Putin
James RodgersI.B. Tauris256
2020-07-29Writing Feature Stories
How to research and write articles - from listicles to longform
Matthew Ricketson, Caroline GrahamRoutledge384
2020-07-30The New News
The Journalist’s Guide to Producing Digital Content for Online & Mobile News
Joan Van Tassel, Mary Murphy, Joseph SchmitzRoutledge458

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