Research of 2018

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A list of all the peer-reviewed journal articles, reports and other papers collected by Journalism Research News during the year 2018. Some titles might be missing from summer-fall, let us know if an article is not in the list. You can filter or arrange the table per your preference.

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PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2018-01-01How local journalists interpret and evaluate media convergence: An empirical study of journalists from four press groups in FujianHui Xiong & Jian ZhangInternational Communication Gazette
2018-01-01Searching for Sheboygans: On the future of small market newspapersChristopher Ali, Damian Radcliffe, Thomas R. Schmidt, Rosalind DonaldJournalism
2018-01-02The faces of local TV news in America: youth, whiteness, and gender disparities in station publicity photosMary Angela Bock, Lourdes Miriam Cueva Chacón, Hyeri Jung, Heloisa Aruth Sturm & Ever J. FigueroaFeminist Media Studies
2018-01-02“News comes across when I’m in a moment of leisure”: Understanding the practices of incidental news consumption on social mediaPablo J. Boczkowski, Eugenia Mitchelstein & Mora MatassiNew Media & Society
2018-01-02The semantic extensions of kill and killer in magazine and newspaper corporaSiaw-Fong ChungInternational Review of Pragmatics
2018-01-02The Utilization of Web Analytics in Online Greek JournalismDimitrios Giomelakis, Efstathios Sidiropoulos, Sotiria Gilou & Andreas VeglisJournalism Studies
2018-01-02Copy, Edit, Paste: Comparing news coverage of war with official military accountsOren Livio & Shani Cohen-YechezkelyJournalism Studies
2018-01-02Metaphors of corruption in the news media coverage of seven European countriesRoxana Bratu & Iveta KažokaEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-01-03Constraints and limitations of investigative journalism in Hungary, Italy, Latvia and RomaniaMatteo Gerli, Marco Mazzoni & Roberto MincigrucciEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-01-03My Hero, Your Aggressor: Differences in Perceptions of News Media Brand PersonalityDanny D. E. KimInternational Journal of Communication
2018-01-03Consensus at Home, Opposition Abroad: Officials, Foreign Sources, and U.S. News Coverage of Drone WarfareCharles M. Rowling, Penelope Sheets, William Pettit, Jason GilmoreJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-01-03Hierarchy of influences on transitional journalism – Corrupting relationships between political, economic and media elitesAna Milojević & Aleksandra KrstićEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-01-03Gender, Parasocial Interaction, and Nonverbal Communication: Testing the Visual Effect of Sports Magazine Cover ModelsBen WasikeInternational Journal of Communication
2018-01-03Perceived News Media Importance: Developing and Validating a Measure for Personal Valuations of Normative Journalistic FunctionsJason T. PeiferCommunication Methods and Measures
2018-01-04Foundation-funded Journalism, Philanthrocapitalism and Tainted DonorsKate Wright, Martin Scott & Mel BunceJournalism Studies
2018-01-05Cold War redux and the news: Islamic State and the US through each other’s eyesBarbie ZelizerCritical Studies in Media Communication
2018-01-05WHO’s Media Guidelines in the Press and in Public PerceptionKuang-Kuo Chang & Eric FreedmanJournal of Media Ethics
2018-01-05Beyond Walter Cronkite’s “And That’s The Way It Is”: Ten American Network News anchors’ swan songsB. William Silcock & Madeleine LisebladJournalism Practice
2018-01-05Arguing with ISIS: web 2.0, open source journalism, and narrative disruptionMatt SienkiewiczCritical Studies in Media Communication
2018-01-06‘Black diamonds’, ‘clever blacks’ and other metaphors: Constructing the black middle class in contemporary South African print mediaE. Dimitris Kitis, Tommaso M. Milani & Erez LevonDiscourse & Communication
2018-01-08Smileys Without Borders. A Critique of Transboundary Interaction Between Politicians, Journalists and PR practitioners on Social MediaPeter BergleztripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique
2018-01-08Journalists and Communicators' Perceptions of Their Graduate Training in Environmental Reporting: An Application of Knowledge-Based Journalism PrinciplesBruno Takahashi & Perry ParksFrontiers in Environmental Science
2018-01-08Visibility patterns of gendered ageism in the media buzz: a study of the representation of gender and age over three decadesMaria EdströmFeminist Media Studies
2018-01-08Medieåret 2016-2017. Medieutvikling i Norge [The Media Year 2016-2017]. In Norwegian, statistics in English.Nina Bjørnstad, Martine H. Leknesmedienorge / University of Bergen / Norwegian Ministry of Culture
2018-01-08Addressing fake news: Open standards & easy identificationJoshua Hyman2017 IEEE 8th Annual Ubiquitous Computing, Electronics and Mobile Communication Conference (UEMCON)
2018-01-09Who Gets Vocal About Hyperlocal
Neighborhood involvement and socioeconomics in the sharing of hyperlocal news
Piotr S. Bobkowski, Liefu Jiang, Laveda J. Peterlin & Nathan J. RodriguezJournalism Practice
2018-01-09Data journalism and ethics: a Russian approachAlexandra ShilinaAn open conversation in Russian Journal of Communication
2018-01-09Bad Neighborhoods in a Good City?
Space, place and Brussels’s online news
Victor Wiard & Fábio Henrique PereiraJournalism Studies
2018-01-09At Work in the Digital NewsroomNicole S. CohenDigital Journalism
2018-01-09Metaphor and ideology: Conceptual structure and conceptual content in Spanish political discourseMarina Díaz-PeraltaDiscourse & Communication
2018-01-10Chicago News LandscapeEmily Van Duyn, Jay Jennings & Natalie Jomini StroudUniversity of Texas at Austin
2018-01-10More of the Same or a Different Breed Altogether?
A National Comparison of Role Perceptions and Ethical Stances among Finnish Political Journalists
Jari VäliverronenNordicom Review
2018-01-10Journalism, Media, and
Technology Trends and Predictions 2018
Nic NewmanReuters Institute
2018-01-11Reason over Politics
The Economist’s historical framing of austerity
Timo HarjuniemiJournalism Studies
2018-01-11Framing a Conflict! How Media Report on Earthquake Risks Caused by Gas Drilling
A Longitudinal Analysis Using Machine Learning Techniques of Media Reporting on Gas Drilling from 1990 to 2015
Alette Eva Opperhuizen, Kim Schouten & Erik Hans KlijnJournalism Studies
2018-01-11Publics Globally Want Unbiased News Coverage, but Are Divided on Whether Their News Media DeliverAmy Mitchell, Katie Simmons, Katerina Eva Matsa and Laura SilverPew Research Center
2018-01-11Disclosure of Scandinavian telecom companies’ corruption in Uzbekistan: The role of investigative journalistsEster Pollack & Sigurd AllernEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-01-11Spread of misinformation online: Simulation impact of social media newsgroupsFadi Safieddine, Milan Dordevic & Pardis PourghomiComputing Conference, 2017
2018-01-11Aleksandr Minkin: A pioneer of investigative journalism in Soviet Central Asia (1979–1991)Riccardo Mario CucciollaJournalism
2018-01-12Scientific Uncertainty in the Press: How Newspapers Describe Initial Biomedical FindingsEstelle Dumas-Mallet, Andy Smith, Thomas Boraud, François GononScience Communication
2018-01-12This Reporter is so Ugly, How can She Appear on TV?
Negotiating gender online and offline in Taiwanese media
Paromita Pain & Victoria ChenJournalism Practice
2018-01-12Journalism and Gender: Toward a Multidimensional ApproachIiris Ruoho & Sinikka TorkkolaNordicom Review
2018-01-12News in Social Media: Incidental consumption and the role of opinion leadersAnnika Bergström & Maria Jervelycke BelfrageDigital Journalism
2018-01-12Knowing in Journalistic Practice: Ethnography in a public broadcasting companyAare Värk & Eneli KindsikoJournalism Practice
2018-01-12Tell Me Who Your Sources Are
Perceptions of news credibility on social media
Edson C. Tandoc Jr.Journalism Practice
2018-01-15A Gate in the Wall of Sound: Embodiment and traditional gatekeeping in music photographyKyser LoughJournalism Practice
2018-01-15Environmental disputes in China: A case study of media coverage of the 2012 Ningbo anti-PX protestSibo ChenGlobal Media and China
2018-01-16Mobile Journalism as Lifestyle Journalism?
Field Theory in the integration of mobile in the newsroom and mobile journalist role conception
Gregory Perreault & Kellie StanfieldJournalism Practice
2018-01-16Liking the (Funny) Messenger: The Influence of News Parody Exposure, Mirth, and Predispositions on Media TrustJason T. PeiferMedia Psychology
2018-01-16Mediatization and the Disproportionate Attention to Negative News
The case of airplane crashes
Toni G. L. A. van der Meer, Anne C. Kroon, Piet Verhoeven & Jeroen JonkmanJournalism Studies
2018-01-17Voices from the disaster area: local and regional media in Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures after ‘3.11’Florian MeissnerContemporary Japan
2018-01-17Second Screening for News and Digital DividesMatthew Barnidge, Trevor Diehl, & Hernando RojasSocial Science Computer Review
2018-01-17Reconstructing news spread networks and studying its dynamicsElisa Mussumeci & Flávio Codeço CoelhoSocial Network Analysis and Mining
2018-01-17Learning Political News From Social Media: Network Media Logic and Current Affairs News Learning in a High-Choice Media EnvironmentAdam Shehata, Jesper StrömbäckCommunication Research
2018-01-17Democratizing & Debasing
A recent history of commercialization and political celebritization in the Czech media
Mark HannahJournalism Studies
2018-01-17Media Use and Environmental Engagement: Examining Differential Gains from News Media and Social MediaNan Zhang, Marko M. SkoricInternational Journal of Communication
2018-01-17Information war in the Russian media ecology: the case of the Panama PapersAndrew Hoskins & Pavel ShchelinContinuum
Journal of Media & Cultural Studies
2018-01-17Framing Philanthropy in Time of WarShani Horowitz-Rozen, Eytan GilboaInternational Journal of Communication
2018-01-18CAST: discovery amplification sustainability and interactionsClare Cook et al.Report: University of Central Lancaster
2018-01-18A Gap in Networked Publics? A Comparison of Younger and Older Journalists’ Newsgathering Practices on Social MediaPetter Bae Brandtzaeg, María Ángeles Chaparro DomínguezNordicom Review
2018-01-18Swiss Journalists’ Role Performance
The relationship between conceptualized, narrated, and practiced roles
Patric Raemy, Daniel Beck & Lea HellmuellerJournalism Studies
2018-01-18Content analysis of corruption coverage: Cross-national differences and commonalitiesMiklós Hajdu, Boróka Pápay, Zoltán Szántó, István János TóthEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-01-19Disrupting Traditional News Routines Through Community Engagement
Analysis of the One River, Many Stories media collaboration project
Jennifer E. Moore & John A. HatcherJournalism Studies
2018-01-22Journalists as radio advertising endorsers in news or talk radio stationsClara Muela-Molina, Josefa D Martín-Santana, Eva Reinares-LaraJournalism
2018-01-22Uncovering alternative ‘journalism crisis’ narratives in Singapore and Hong Kong: When state influences interact with Western liberal ideals in a changing media landscapeShangyuan WuJournalism
2018-01-22Using parallel content analysis to measure mediatization of politics: The televised leaders’ debates in Canada, 1968–2008Frédérick BastienJournalism
2018-01-23Financial journalism in today’s high-frequency news and information eraNadine StraußJournalism
2018-01-23Between moments and millennia: temporalising mediatisationChristian PentzoldMedia, Culture & Society
2018-01-23Global Teamwork: The rise of collaboration in investigative journalismRichard SambrookBook: Reuters Institute
2018-01-23The Mass Media and Russia’s “Sphere of Interests”: Mechanisms of Regional Hegemony in Belarus and UkraineJoanna SzostekGeopolitics
2018-01-23Are we teaching trauma?
A survey of accredited journalism schools in the United States
Gretchen Dworznik & Adrienne GarveyJournalism Practice
2018-01-24Gendered discourses of control in global journalism: women’s bodies in CNN’s Zika reportingTracy Tinga, Urszula Pruchniewska, Michael Buozis & Loyce KuteFeminist Media Studies
2018-01-24Journalist–source relations and the deliberative system: A network performance approach to investigating journalism’s contribution to facilitating public deliberation in a globalized worldJulia Lück, Hartmut Wessler, Rousiley Maia Antal WozniakInternational Communication Gazette
2018-01-24Russia re-envisions the world: strategic narratives in Russian broadcast and news media during 2015Robert S. Hinck, Randolph Kluver & Skye CooleyRussian Journal of Communication
2018-01-24More news from the Euro front: How the press has been framing the Euro crisis in five EU countriesWillem Joris, Liina Puustinen, Leen d’HaenensInternational Communication Gazette
2018-01-25Gender Equality in the Media SectorKatie McCracken et al.European Parliament
2018-01-26Color, Caste and the Public Sphere
Black journalists who joined television networks from 1994 to 2014
Indira S. Somani & Natalie HopkinsonJournalism Practice
2018-01-27Labor market policy and media work in SwedenFredrik StiernstedtMedia Research / Medijska Istrazivanjaentitled
2018-01-27The political economy of attention: Global news agencies and the destruction of democracyLee ArtzMedia Research / Medijska Istrazivanjaentitled
2018-01-27The labor history of news in the US before World War IJohn NeroneMedia Research / Medijska Istrazivanjaentitled
2018-01-27A case study of newspaper delivery labour as a blind spot in the political economy of communicationSašo Slaček Brlek, Igor Vobič, Jernej Amon ProdnikMedia Research / Medijska Istrazivanjaentitled
2018-01-29The echo chamber is overstated: the moderating effect of political interest and diverse mediaElizabeth Dubois & Grant BlankInformation, Communication & Society
2018-01-29News Media Use and the Informed Public in the Digital AgeMichael A. Xenos, Dietram Scheufele, Dominique Brossard, Doo-Hun Choi, Michael Cacciatore, Sara Yeo, Leona Yi-Fan SuInternational Journal of Communication
2018-01-29A Mixed Methods Approach to Examining the Relationship Between News Media Literacy and Political EfficacyMelissa Tully, Emily K. VragaInternational Journal of Communication
2018-01-29The Pull of Humanitarian Interventionism: Examining the Effects of Media Frames and Political Values on People’s Choice of ResolutionJovan Milojevich, Peter BeattieInternational Journal of Communication
2018-01-29Sources Shared on Twitter: A Case Study on ImmigrationGalen Stocking, Michael Barthel and Elizabeth GriecoPew Research Center
2018-01-29Revisiting Digital News Audiences with a Political Magnifying GlassJosiane JouëtJavnost - The Public
2018-01-29Digital Traces in Context| Reuniting a Divided Public? Tracing the TTIP Debate on Twitter and in Traditional MediaGerret von Nordheim, Karin Boczek, Lars Koppeers, Elena ErdmannInternational Journal of Communication
2018-01-30Global News Broadcasting in the Pre-Television Era: A Cross-National Comparative Analysis of World War II Newsreel CoverageScott L. Althaus, Kaye Usry, Stanley Richards, Bridgette Van Thuyle, Isabelle Aron, Lu Huang, Kalev Leetaru, Monica Muehlfeld, Karissa Snouffer, Seth Weber, Yuji Zhang & Patricia PhalenJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2018-01-30Facts and transformations in European minority language media systems amid digitalization and economic crisisIñaki Zabaleta, Arantza Gutierrez, Carme Ferré-Pavia Itxaso Fernandez, Nikolas XamardoInternational Communication Gazette
2018-01-30Professionalization through attrition? An event history analysis of mortalities in citizen journalismRyan P. Larson & Andrew M. LindnerInformation, Communication & Society
2018-01-30“A Kangaroo and Bradman”
Indian journalists’ visit to Australia under the Colombo Plan, 1950–1957
Amit SarwalJournalism Studies
2018-01-30Bigger is not always better: What we can learn about data journalism from small newsroomsBettina FiglReuters Institute Fellow's Paper
2018-01-30How the Spanish press frames obesity: A study of content published by El País, La Vanguardia, and El Correo in 2015José I Armentia, Flora MarínJournalism
2018-01-30Explaining Media Choice: The Role of Issue-Specific Engagement in Predicting Interest-Based and Partisan SelectivityLauren Feldman, Magdalena Wojcieszak, Natalie Jomini Stroud & Bruce BimberJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2018-01-30Response and responsibility: Mainstream media and Lucy Meadows in a post-Leveson contextKat GuptaSexualities
2018-01-31When the Wrong Kind of Authority Neutralizes Journalism: Cold War Enmity, Journalism and the US Presidential RaceBarbie ZelizerComunicazioni Sociali
2018-01-31Data Visualization in Scandinavian Newsrooms
Emerging Trends in Journalistic Visualization Practices
Martin Engebretsen, Helen Kennedy, Wibke WeberNordicom Review
2018-01-31Measuring the reach of "fake news" and online disinformation in EuropeRichard Fletcher, Alessio Cornia, Lucas Graves and Rasmus Kleis NielsenReuters Institute factsheet
2018-01-31Gendering Media Policy Research and Communication GovernanceClaudia PadovaniJavnost - The Public
2018-01-31Time to End Impunity: Journalists and Media Staff Killed
in 2017
International Federation of Journalists
2018-01-31Media, Knowledge and Trust: The Deepening Epistemic Crisis of DemocracyPeter DahlgrenJavnost - The Public
2018-02-01How television moved a nation: media, change and Indigenous rightsLisa Waller & Kerry McCallumMedia, Culture & Society
2018-02-02News Media Use and Cognitive Elaboration: The Mediating Role
of Media Efficacy
Ji won Kim, Monica Chadha & Homero Gil de ZúñigaRevista Latina de Comunicación Social
2018-02-02News Borrowing Revisited: A 50-Year PerspectiveDaniel Riffe, Seoyeon Kim & Meghan R. SobelJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-02-02Contesting Communities: The problem of journalism and social orderRobert E. Gutsche Jr. & Kristy HessJournalism Studies / Journalism Practice (combined special issue)
2018-02-02More than half of Facebook Instant Articles partners may have abandoned itPete BrownTow Center
2018-02-02Does It Matter Who Communicates?
The Effect of Source Labels in Nuclear Pre-Crisis Communication in Televised News
Edwin Latré, Tanja Perko & Peter ThijssenJournal of Contingencies and Crisis Management
2018-02-05Tracing Fake-News Footprints: Characterizing Social Media Messages by How They PropagateLiang Wu & Huan LiuWSDM '18 Proceedings of the Eleventh ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining
2018-02-05Leveraging the Crowd to Detect and Reduce the Spread of Fake News and MisinformationJooyeon Kim et al.WSDM '18 Proceedings of the Eleventh ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining
2018-02-05Mediatization as a combination of push and pull forces: Examples during the 2015 UK general election campaignJay G. Blumler & Frank EsserJournalism
2018-02-05News Satire: Giving the News a MemoryLaura Shanti BasutripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique
2018-02-05Architects of Networked Disinformation: Behind the Scenes of Troll Accounts and Fake News Production in the PhilippinesJonathan Corpus Ong, Jason CabañesRerport: The Newton Tech4Dev Network
2018-02-05The Detached Observer: On a Necessary Change to the Self-Image of Journalists in the Digital WorldHorst PöttkerJavnost - The Public
2018-02-05Discordant discourses: history and journalism in the graphic novels of Joe SaccoJoshua KavaloskiJournal of Graphic Novels and Comics
2018-02-05Nature’s Economy and News Ecology: Scrutinizing the news ecosystem metaphorAnthony NadlerJournalism Studies
2018-02-05Researching Fake News: A Selective Examination of Empirical StudiesNicholas W. JankowskiJavnost - The Public
2018-02-06Polarization, Partisanship and Junk News Consumption over Social Media in the USVidya Narayanan, Vlad Barash, John Kelly, Bence Kollanyi, Lisa-Maria Neudert, and Philip N. HowardData Memo: Oxford University
2018-02-06Mutual Shaping of a CMS for Social Journalism in a Hierarchical News OrganizationMark Anthony PoepselJournal of Media Innovations
2018-02-06Market Orientation of News StartupsChristoph SommerJournal of Media Innovations
2018-02-06Constructive Journalism: An Introduction and Practical Guide for Applying Positive Psychology Techniques to News ProductionKaren McIntyre & Cathrine GyldenstedJournal of Media Innovations
2018-02-06Opinion dailies versus Facebook fan pages: the case of Poland’s surprising 2015 presidential elections Helena Chmielewska-SzlajferMedia, Culture & Society
2018-02-06Online Videos at Newspaper Websites: A Literature ReviewNiclas Hallgren, Mats NylundJournal of Media Innovations
2018-02-07Your parents will read this: Reading (as) parents in journalistic coverage of the Safe Schools Coalition Australia controversyJay Daniel ThompsonJournalism
2018-02-07The effects of disclosure format on native advertising recognition and audience perceptions of legacy and online news publishersMichelle A. Amazeen, Bartosz W. WojdynskiJournalism
2018-02-07Crowdsourcing Judgments of News Source QualityGordon Pennycook, David G. RandPaper: Yale University
2018-02-07Exploring the formation of the “leave-it-to-experts” storyline during the initial outbreak of the 2013 smog hazard in BeijingSibo ChenChinese Journal of Communication
2018-02-08Staying true to the mission: How C-SPAN translated espoused into lived values to pull off a ‘boring’ social media strategyHans Karl Meyer & Christy ZempterJournalism
2018-02-08Framing China: Discourses of othering in US news and political rhetoricSu-Mei Ooi & Gwen D’ArcangelisGlobal Media and China
2018-02-08Guide to Audience Revenue and EngagementElizabeth Hansen & Emily GoligoskiTow Center for Digital Journalism
2018-02-08Research on keyword extraction of Tibetan web news based on improved TEXT-RANK algorithmChuanqi Lan et al.2017 International Conference on Asian Language Processing
2018-02-09From the Old New Republic to a Great Community: Insights and Contradictions in John Dewey’s Public PedagogyJames AndersonMedia and Communication
2018-02-09Best practice approaches for reporting disastersJacqui Ewart & Hamish McLeanJournalism
2018-02-09The Media Protest of Neighbouring Associations, Promoter of Citizen Democratic Culture during Transition in Southern SpainSandra Méndez-MurosMedia and Communication
2018-02-09Lost in Translation—and Transmission: Contrasting Chinese and U.S. Gymnastics Television Coverage in the 2016 Rio Olympic GamesAndrew Billings, Qingru Xu, James R. Angelini & Paul J. MacArthurCommunication Reports
2018-02-09“Approaching an Abyss”: Liberalist Ideology in a Norwegian Cold War Business PaperBirgitte Kjos FonnMedia and Communication
2018-02-09Caught between sympathy and suspicion: journalistic perceptions and practices of telling asylum seekers’ personal storiesMervi Pantti & Marjus OjalaMedia, Culture & Society
2018-02-09River Activism, “Levees-Only” and the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927Ned RandolphMedia and Communication
2018-02-09Media Pluralism, Public Trust, and Democracy: New Evidence from Latin America and the CaribbeanMariana Rodríguez & Elizabeth J. ZechmeisterCenter for International Media Assistance
2018-02-11Media framing and construction of childhood obesity: a content analysis of Swedish newspapersJ. Van Hooft et al.Obesity Science & Practice
2018-02-11How the EU member states’ press represented the Euro CrisisGiovanni Barbieri, Donatella Campus & Marco MazzoniJournalism
2018-02-13Addressing a region? The Arab imagined audience and newsworthiness in the production of Al Jazeera ArabicJulian Matthews, Maiya Al HabsiInternational Communication Gazette
2018-02-13Emily Hui Ching ChuaEthnography
2018-02-13Extra, Extra, (Don’t) Roll-off about It! Newspaper Endorsements for Ballot MeasuresKevin Fahey, Carol S. Weissert & Matthew J. UttermarkState Politics & Policy Quarterly
2018-02-14Isomorphism through algorithms: Institutional dependencies in the case of FacebookRobyn Caplan & danah boydBig Data & Society
2018-02-14Journalistic Role Performance in the Spanish National PressMaría Luisa Humanes, Sergio RosesInternational Journal of Communication
2018-02-14Covering Mass Murder: An Experimental Examination of the Effect of News Focus—Killer, Victim, or Hero—on Reader InterestJack Levin & Julie B. WiestAmerican Behavioral Scientist
2018-02-14Journalism Studies and its Core Commitments: The Making of a Communication FieldMatt Carlson, Sue Robinson, Seth C Lewis, Daniel A BerkowitzJournal of Communication
2018-02-14Networks of Audience Overlap in the Consumption of Digital NewsSubhayan Mukerjee Sílvia Majó-Vázquez Sandra González-BailónJournal of Communication
2018-02-14Visually Reporting Mass Shootings: U.S. Newspaper Photographic Coverage of Three Mass School ShootingsNicole Smith DahmenAmerican Behavioral Scientist
2018-02-14How much U.S. newspapers charge for digital subscriptionsTracy M. CookAmerican Press Institute report
2018-02-15The Negative and Positive Influences of Threat and Nonthreat Media Messages About ImmigrantsChanjung Kim, Jake Harwood & Jun XiangInternational Journal of Communication
2018-02-15The Prime Minister of Antarctica: entrenching territory through journalistic traveloguesJørgen AlnæsStudies in Travel Writing
2018-02-15Web 2.0 and informational treatment in the main Spanish magazines of scientific and pseudoscientific contentsS. Tejedor Calvo, M. Portalés-Oliva & S. Pueyo VillaRevista Latina de Comunicación Social
2018-02-15Resignifying Alan Kurdi: news photographs, memes, and the ethics of embodied vulnerabilityMeenakshi Gigi DurhamCritical Studies in Media Communication
2018-02-15“We’re a movement”: crowdfunding, journalism, and feminismAndrea Hunter & Jacqueline Di BartolomeoFeminist Media Studies
2018-02-15Civic Media Practice: Identification and Evaluation
of Media and Technology That
Facilitates Democratic Process
Eric Gordon & Gabriel MugarEmerson College
2018-02-16Journalistic Homophily on Social Media
Exploring journalists’ interactions with each other on Twitter
Folker Hanusch & Daniel NöllekeDigital Journalism
2018-02-16News and Islamist Radicalization Processes: Investigating Muslims’ Perceptions of Negative News Coverage of IslamKatharina Neumann, Florian Arendt & Philip BaugutMass Communication & Society
2018-02-16Designing an Algorithm-Driven Text Generation System for Personalized and Interactive News ReadingDongwhan Kim & Joonhwan LeeInternational Journal of Human–Computer Interaction
2018-02-18Perusing pages and skimming screens: Exploring differing patterns of selective exposure to hard news and professional sources in online and print newsGeorge D. H. Pearson & Silvia Knobloch-WesterwickNew Media & Society
2018-02-18The small, disloyal fake news audience: The role of audience availability in fake news consumptionJacob L. Nelson & Harsh TanejaNew Media & Society
2018-02-18Algorithms in the newsroom? News readers’ perceived credibility and selection of automated journalismAnja Wölker & Thomas E. PowellJournalism
2018-02-19Uncivil and personal?
Comparing patterns of incivility in comments on the Facebook pages of news outlets
Leona Yi-Fan Su, Michael A Xenos, Kathleen M. Rose, Christopher Wirz, Dietram A. Scheufele, Dominique BrossardNew Media & Society
2018-02-19Coverage of a Crisis: The Effects of International News Portrayals of Refugees and Misuse of the Term “Immigrant”Jennifer HoeweAmerican Behavioral Scientist
2018-02-19Help Wanted: Realigning Journalism Education to Meet the Needs of Top U.S. News CompaniesDeb Halpern Wenger, Lynn C. Owens & Jason CainJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-02-20Media logic and journalistic commercialism. A longitudinal analysis of frames in campaign coverageMartín EcheverríaCommunication & Society
2018-02-20Second screening for news: Effects of presentation on information processing and program likingGabi Schaap, Mariska Kleemans & Anna Van CauwenbergeComputers in Human Behavior
2018-02-21When press freedom meets national interest: How terrorist attacks are framed in the news in China and the USYing Roselyn Du, Lulu LiGlobal Media and China
2018-02-21Are Americans really okay with torture?
The effects of message framing on public opinion
Joan M. Blauwkamp, Charles M. Rowling & William PettitMedia, War & Conflict
2018-02-22ILanga Nodlame Lokucwaswa Ngokubuzwe: the May 2008 Xenophobic Riots Mediated in isiZuluSimphiwe NgwaneAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-02-22Comparing the representation of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in the Irish and UK pressVeronica O’Regan & Elaine RiordanJournal of Language and Politics
2018-02-22Towards New Co-Creational Approaches for Research and Supervision in Professional Journalism Degree ProgrammesYlva Rodny-GumedeAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-02-22Dominant News Frames, Society’s Memory, and the African Asylum Seekers’ Protest in IsraelNoam TiroshAmerican Behavioral Scientist
2018-02-22Multi-document news summarization via paragraph embedding and density peak clusteringBaoyan Wang, Jian Zhang, Fanggui Ding & Yuexian Zou2017 International Conference on Asian Language Processing
2018-02-23Racial Resentment Attitudes Among White Millennial Youth: The Influence of Parents and MediaAngie Maxwell &
Stephanie R. Schulte
Social Science Quarterly
2018-02-23Newsworthy actors, illegitimate voices: Journalistic strategies in dealing with voices deemed anti-democratic and violentAnna Grøndahl LarsenJournalism
2018-02-23Can economic news predict Taiwan stock market returns?George Guan-Ru Wu, Tony Chieh-Tse Hou & Jin-Lung Lin Asia Pacific Management Review
2018-02-23Breaking News, Missing ViewsReshma PatilReuters Institute Fellow's Paper
2018-02-23The Audience-Oriented Editor: Making sense of the audience in the newsroomRaul Ferrer-Conill & Edson C. Tandoc Jr.Digital Journalism
2018-02-26Fabricating the American Dream in US media portrayals of Syrian refugees: A discourse analytical studyAditi Bhatia, Christopher J. JenksDiscourse & Communication
2018-02-26Men and (a few) women in the top 100 international media corporationsMaria Edström, Greta Gober, Gunilla Ivarsson & Suzanne MollNordicom fact sheet
2018-02-26Spaces of Inclusion - An explorative study on needs of refugees and migrants in the domain of media communication and on responses by community mediaNadia Bellardi, Brigitta Busch, Jonas Hassemer, Helmut Peissl, Salvatore ScifoCouncil of Europe report
2018-02-26Representation of data journalism practices in the South Korean and US television newsJeongsub LimInternational Communication Gazette
2018-02-27Between a ‘media circus’ and ‘seeing justice being done’: Metajournalistic discourse and the transparency of justice in the debate on filming trials in British newspapersIñaki Garcia-Blanco, Lucy BennettJournalism
2018-02-27How Black Twitter and other social media communities interact with mainstream newsDeen Freelon, Lori Lopez, Meredith D. Clark & Sarah J. JacksonKnight Foundation report
2018-02-27The Effect of Politicians’ Personality on Their Media VisibilityEran Amsalem, Alon Zoizner, Tamir Sheafer, Stefaan Walgrave & Peter John LoewenCommunication Research
2018-02-27Topic modeling of news based on spark MllibJing Gui & Qi Wang2017 International Conference on Asian Language Processing
2018-02-28Reproducing the Imprint of Power: Framing the “Creative Class” in Putin’s RussiaVolha Kananovich & Frank D. DurhamInternational Journal of Communication
2018-02-28Muck: A Build Tool for Data JournalistsGeorge KingTow Center report
2018-02-28Neoliberal populism as hegemony: a historical-ideological analysis of US economic policy discourseMatt GuardinoCritical Discourse Studies
2018-02-28Understanding the Promise and Limits of Automated Fact-CheckingLucas GravesReuters Institute Fact Sheet
2018-03-01Boundary Work, Interloper Media, And Analytics In Newsrooms: An analysis of the roles of web analytics companies in news productionValerie Belair-Gagnon & Avery E. HoltonDigital Journalism
2018-03-01When Social Media Become Hostile Media: An Experimental Examination of News Sharing, Partisanship, and Follower CountTae Kyoung Lee, Youngju Kim & Kevin CoeMass Communication and Society
2018-03-01Media Development 2017Danish Broadcasting Corporation
2018-03-01Everything’s negative about Nigeria: A study of US media reporting on NigeriaOluseyi Adegbola, Jacqueline Skarda-Mitchell & Sherice GearhartGlobal Media and Communication
2018-03-01Unpacking the global refugee crisis: deploying the ethical and political work of border crossingPaula GardnerCommunication Research and Practice
2018-03-01Do not blame it on the algorithm: an empirical assessment of multiple recommender systems and their impact on content diversityJudith Möller, Damian Trilling, Natali Helberger & Bram van EsInformation, Communication & Society
2018-03-01Fake News: A DefinitionAxel GelfertInformal Logic
2018-03-01Exploring alternative journalistic approaches to report on China and Africa relations? Comparative study of two best reporting awards projects in China and South AfricaYanqiu, Zhang; Matingwina, SimonJournal of African Media Studies
2018-03-01Framing presidential illness: The political significance of how the Nigerian press covered former President Yar’Adua’s final monthsPindiga, Habeeb Idris; Taylor, IanJournal of African Media Studies
2018-03-01Makombe, RodwellJournal of African Media Studies
2018-03-02‘Helping our beneficiaries tell their own stories?’ International aid agencies and the politics of voice within news productionKate WrightGlobal Media and Communication
2018-03-02Political Papers and Presidential Campaigns in the Republic of Texas, 1836–1844Erika J. Pribanic-SmithAmerican Journalism
2018-03-02Challenging presentism in journalism studies: An emotional life history approach to understanding the lived experience of journalistsKarin Wahl-JorgensenJournalism
2018-03-02Journalism and media privilegeReport: European Audiovisual Observatory
2018-03-02Journalism History and Conservative ErasureA. J. BauerAmerican Journalism
2018-03-02From the Big Three to elite news sources: a shift in international news flow in three online newspapers,, and Rafeeq & Shujun JiangThe Journal of International Communication
2018-03-02A space for countering colorblind discourse: constructions of police-perpetrated homicides of African-American malesAkiv DawsonCritical Studies in Media Communication
2018-03-02Selecting Metrics, Reflecting Norms: How journalists in local newsrooms define, measure, and discuss impactElia PowersDigital Journalism
2018-03-02In Other Spaces: Contestations of National Identity in “New” India’s Globalized MediascapesKoeli Moitra GoelJournalism & Communication Monographs
2018-03-02News from the pit: Journalistic performativity and discourse on Belgian internment policyRobin Reul, Steve Paulussen & Pieter MaeseeleDiscourse, Context & Media
2018-03-04International journalism and the emergence of transnational publics: Between cosmopolitan norms, the affirmation of identity and market forcesMax HänskaGlobal Media and Communication
2018-03-05Breaking “News”: Majority Can’t Define Mass CommunicationKevin EllsJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-03-05Mediated conversation and political propaganda: A discourse analysis of news practices on Greek prime-time newsMarianna PatronaEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-03-05Compilation of Nordic media policy inquiriesNordicom
2018-03-05The Economy, the News, and the Public: A Longitudinal Study of the Impact of Economic News on Economic Evaluations and ExpectationsAlyt Damstra & Mark BoukesCommunication Research
2018-03-05Manufacturing resilience: An analysis of broadcast and Web-based news presentations of the 2014–2015 Russian economic downturnSkye C. Cooley & Ethan C. StokesGlobal Media and Communication
2018-03-05Facebook news and (de)polarization: reinforcing spirals in the 2016 US electionMichael A. Beam, Myiah J. Hutchens & Jay D. HmielowskiInformation, Communication & Society
2018-03-05Sports Coverage on BBC ALBA: Content, Value, and Position in the Scottish Broadcasting LandscapeXavier Ramon & Richard HaynesCommunication & Sport
2018-03-06The status of women of color in the U.S. news media 2018Women's Media Center
2018-03-06Quantified Audiences in News Production: A synthesis and research agendaRodrigo ZamithDigital Journalism
2018-03-06The Elusive Engagement MetricJacob L. NelsonDigital Journalism
2018-03-06Lying press: Three levels of perceived media bias and their relationship with political preferencesJakob-Moritz EberlCommunications
2018-03-07Power, discourse, and news media: Examining Canada’s GM alfalfa protestsWesley TourangeauGeoforum
2018-03-07“Public Service” and the Journalism Crisis: Is the BBC the Answer?Des FreedmanTelevision & New Media
2018-03-08Resetting journalism in the aftermath of Brexit and TrumpBarbie ZelizerEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-03-08The risks of practicing journalism in Mexico.
Analysis of the coverage of the murder of Javier Valdez according to the approach of peace journalism
Maria Teresa Nicolás GavilánRevista de Comunicación
2018-03-08The Twitter Exploit: How Russian Propaganda Infiltrated U.S. NewsJosephine Lukito et al.University of Wisconsin-Madison
2018-03-09Immersive journalism and the migrant crisis: The case of Exils as a mobile radio reportageVittoria Sacco, Valérie Gorin & Nicolae SchiauJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-03-09‘I realised then how “Parisian” Egypt was’: challenges and rewards of de-westernising travel journalismAndrew DuffyMedia, Culture & Society
2018-03-09Discursive constructions of the summer 2015 refugee crisis: A comparative analysis of French, Dutch, Belgian francophone and British centre-of-right press narrativesLutgard LamsJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-03-09Taming the ‘trolls’: How journalists negotiate the boundaries of journalism and online commentsJ. David WolfgangJournalism
2018-03-09European spaces and the Roma: Denaturalizing the naturalized in online reader commentsTheresa Catalano & Grace E. FielderDiscourse & Communication
2018-03-09The spread of true and false news onlineSoroush Vosoughi, Deb Roy & Sinan AralScience
2018-03-09Pictures of migration: The invisible shock of misery photographsSonya de Laat Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-03-09Flood disasters in the United Kingdom and India: A critical discourse analysis of media reportingPaul Solman & Lesley HendersonJournalism
2018-03-09Waiting for a hypothetical asylum: The photographic coverage of the Maximilian Park in BrusselsOlivier Standaert & Gérard DerèzeJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-03-09Journalistic practices in the representation of Europe’s 2014–2016 migrant and refugee crisisVittoria Sacco & Valérie GorinJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-03-09Children in the visual coverage of the European refugee crisis: A case study of the World Press Photo 2016Joanna Kędra & Mélodine SommierJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-03-09Representation of Syrian refugees in the Turkish mediaUlaş Sunata & Esra YıldızJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-03-09A critical multimodal analysis of the Romanian press coverage of camp evictions and deportations of the Roma migrants from FrancePetre Breazu & David MachinDiscourse & Communication
2018-03-09Whetting the appetite: What are the challenges for journalists covering Syria’s conflict and the migration crisis using UGC?Lisette Johnston Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-03-09Who wrote this? The role of bylines in news coverage of immigrants and refugeesFrancesco SomainiJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-03-10Biased media? How news content influences age discrimination claimsAnne Cornelia Kroon, Damian Trilling, Martine Van Selm, Rens VliegenthartEuropean Journal of Ageing
2018-03-11Who is the Hero, the Villain, and the Victim?: Detection of Roles in News Articles using Natural Language TechniquesDiego Gomez-Zara, Miriam Boon & Larry BirnbaumIUI '18 23rd International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces
2018-03-11Responsive News Summarization for Ubiquitous Consumption on Multiple Mobile DevicesRocio Chongtay, Mark Last & Bettina BerendtIUI '18 23rd International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces
2018-03-12A multi-dimensional approach to disinformation: Report of the independent High level Group on fake news and online disinformationMadeleine De Cock Buning et al.European Comission
2018-03-12Libel by Algorithm? Automated Journalism and the Threat of Legal LiabilitySeth C. Lewis, Amy Kristin Sanders, Casey CarmodyJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-03-12News Engagement on Social Media and Democratic Citizenship: Direct and Moderating Roles of Curatorial News Use in Political InvolvementChang Sup Park, Barbara K. KayeJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-03-12Online Chinese nationalism: a competing discourse? A discourse analysis of Chinese media texts relating to the Beijing Olympic torch relay in ParisYiben MaThe Journal of International Communication
2018-03-13Murder in Mexico: are journalists victims of general violence or targeted political violence?Jos Midas BartmanDemocratization
2018-03-14“Seize Your Moment, My Lovely Trolls”: News, Satire, and Public Opinion About Net NeutralityPaul R. Brewer, Dannagal G. Young, Jennifer L. Lambe, Lindsay H. Hoffman, Justin CollierInternational Journal of Communication
2018-03-14Temporal reflexivity in journalism studies: Making sense of change in a more timely fashionMatt Carlson, Seth C LewisJournalism
2018-03-14Presentation of CEOs in the media: A framing analysisNora Denner, Nicola Heitzler, Thomas KochEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-03-14All at Once or Bit by Bit? How the Serialization of News Affects Recipients’ Attitudes Toward Politicians Involved in ScandalsChristian von Sikorski & Johannes KnollInternational Journal of Communication
2018-03-14New issue of British Journalism Review publishedBritish Journalism Review
2018-03-14‘Making voices heard …’: Index on Censorship as advocacy journalismJohn SteelJournalism
2018-03-14Paradoxical populism: how PEGIDA relates to mainstream and alternative mediaAndré Haller & Kristoffer HoltInformation, Communication & Society
2018-03-14Fundamentalist web journalism: Walking a fine line between religious ultra-Orthodoxy and the new media ethosOren Golan & Nakhi Mishol-ShauliEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-03-14The Transnationalism of Cultural Journalism in Sweden: Outlooks and Introspection in the Global EraAnna Roosvall & Andreas WidholmInternational Journal of Communication
2018-03-15Sex, death and austerity: resurgent homophobia in the British tabloid pressMichael LovelockMichael Lovelock
2018-03-15“Fighting the Same Old Battle”: Obscured Oil Sands Entanglements in Press Coverage of Indigenous Resistance in the Winter of 1983Patricia H. Audette-LongoCanadian Journal of Communication
2018-03-15Walking in another’s virtual shoes: Do 360-degree video news stories generate empathy in viewers?Dan Archer and Katharina FingerTow Center for Digital Journalism
2018-03-16Social credibility online: The role of online comments in assessing news article credibilityIvanka Pjesivac, Nicholas Geidner & Jaclyn CameronNewspaper Research Journal
2018-03-16Despite losses, community newspapers still dominate the U.S. marketBill ReaderNewspaper Research Journal
2018-03-16How commenters use online forums as spaces for journalism’s boundary workJ. David WolfgangNewspaper Research Journal
2018-03-16“We wouldn’t say it to their faces”: online harassment, women sports journalists, and feminismDunja AntunovicFeminist Media Studies
2018-03-16Does Photojournalism Matter? News Image Content and Presentation in the Middletown (NY) Times Herald-Record Before and After Layoffs of the Photojournalism StaffTara M. Mortensen & Peter J. GadeJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-03-17Print newspaper readers more politically activeTien-Tsung Lee & Yuki FujiokaNewspaper Research Journal
2018-03-18Case-based education: A strategy for contextualising journalism curriculum in East AfricaRhonda BreitJournalism
2018-03-18Critical animal and media studies: Expanding the understanding of oppression in communication researchNúria Almiron, Matthew Cole & Carrie P. FreemanEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-03-18Authority signaling: How relational interactions between journalists and politicians create primary definers in UK broadcast newsAndrew Chadwick, Declan McDowell-Naylor, Amy P. Smith & Ellen WattsJournalism
2018-03-18Public diplomacy as political communication: Lessons from case studiesBeata OciepkaEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-03-18An investigative journalist and a stand-up comic walk into a bar: The role of comedy in public engagement with environmental journalismCaty Borum Chattoo & Lindsay Green-BarberJournalism
2018-03-19Social Media, Political Polarization, and Political Disinformation Literature ReviewJoshua A. Tucker, Andrew Guess, Pablo Barberá, Cristian Vaccari, Alexandra Siegel, Sergey Sanovich, Denis Stukal, and Brendan NyhanThe Hewlett Foundation
2018-03-20Backed into a corner: challenging media and policy representations of youth citizenship in the UKSam Mejias & Shakuntala BanajiInformation, Communication & Society
2018-03-20Audience responses to online video in MENA: New favorite genres or just more of the same as on television?Klaus Schoenbach, Marium Saeed & Robb WoodInternational Communication Gazette
2018-03-20Communication, cognitive processing, and public knowledge about climate changeShirley S. Ho & Xiaodong YangAsian Journal of Communication
2018-03-20Back to Reality: The Complex Relationship between Patterns in Immigration News Coverage and Real-World Developments in Dutch and Flemish Newspapers (1999–2015)Laura Jacobs, Alyt Damstra, Mark BoukesMass Communication and Society
2018-03-20Counter-surveillance and alternative new media in TurkeyBora Ataman & Barış ÇobanInformation, Communication & Society
2018-03-20NewsThings: Exploring Interdisciplinary IoT News Media Opportunities via User-Centred DesignJohn Mills, Mark Lochrie, Tom Metcalfe, Peter BennettTEI '18 Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction
2018-03-20An Agenda in the Interest of Audiences: Facing the Challenges of Intrusive Media TechnologiesBrita Ytre-Arne, Ranjana DasTelevision & New Media
2018-03-20Generalised scepticism: how people navigate news on social mediaRichard Fletcher & Rasmus Kleis NielsenInformation, Communication & Society
2018-03-21Newspaper trends in the Nordic countriesEva HarrieNordicom
2018-03-22“It’s a terrible way to go to work:” what 70 million readers’ comments on the Guardian revealed about hostility to women and minorities onlineBecky GardinerFeminist Media Studies
2018-03-22Dealing with the mess (we made): Unraveling hybridity, normativity, and complexity in journalism studiesTamara Witschge, CW Anderson, David Domingo & Alfred HermidaJournalism
2018-03-22Managing a 21st-century newsroom workforce: A case study of NYC news mediaMatthew S. Weber & Allie KosterichTow Center for Digital Journalism
2018-03-22Who Takes the Lead?
Investigating the Reciprocal Relationship Between Organizational and News Agendas
Anne C. Kroon & Toni G. L. A. van der MeerCommunication Research
2018-03-22More bad news: Does the media really impact how the aid sector works?Molly AndersDevex
2018-03-22Influence of fake news in Twitter during the 2016 US presidential electionAlexandre Bovet, Hernan A. MakseSocial and Information Networks
2018-03-23What do women really want? Exploring contemporary Ukrainian women’s magazinesMariana Kitsa & Iryna MudraFeminist Media Studies
2018-03-23Engineering Consent: How the Design and Marketing of Newsroom Analytics Tools Rationalize Journalists’ LaborCaitlin PetreDigital Journalism
2018-03-23“It all started with Eddie”: Thanatopolitics, police power, and the murder of Edward ByrneJustin TurnerCrime, Media & Culture
2018-03-23The twitterization of journalism: User perceptions of news tweetsJ Brian Houston, Mitchell S McKinney, Esther Thorson, Joshua Hawthorne, J David Wolfgang, Alecia SwasyJournalism
2018-03-23News Attention in a Mobile EraJohanna Dunaway, Kathleen Searles Mingxiao Sui Newly PaulJournal of Computer-Mediated Communication
2018-03-24‘What are these people: migrants, immigrants, refugees?’: Migration-related terminology and representations in Portuguese digital press headlinesKate Torkington & Filipa Perdigão Ribeiro Discourse, Context & Media
2018-03-26‘What the country wanted’: The houses of parliament, the press and the origins of media management in Britain, c. 1780–1900Brendan MaartensPublic Relations Review
2018-03-26Self-coverage for public interest or self-promotion: How media cross-ownership structures affect news content in South KoreaNa Yeon Lee, Kanghui Baek, Jung Kun Pae, Sun Ho Jeong, Nakwon JungJournalism
2018-03-26Networked: Social media’s impact on news production in digital newsroomsPatrick FerrucciNewspaper Research Journal
2018-03-26Listening is not enough: Mistrust and local news in urban and suburban PhillyAndrea Wenzel, Anthony Nadler, Melissa Valle, and Marc Lamont HillTow Center report
2018-03-26Indigenous media producers’ perspectives on objectivity, balancing community responsibilities and journalistic obligationsElizabeth BurrowsMedia, Culture & Society
2018-03-27A crisis by any other name? Examining the effects of journalistic “crisis labeling” on corporate perceptionsAlyssa Appelman, Michelle AsmaraNewspaper Research Journal
2018-03-27The portrayal of lone wolf terror wave in Israel: an unbiased narrative or agenda driven?Amit Lavie-Dinur, Moran Yarchi & Yuval KarnielThe Journal of International Communication
2018-03-27Public Service News and Social MediaAnnika Sehl, Alessio Cornia, Rasmus Kleis NielsenReport by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2018-03-27Leaks-based journalism and media scandals: From official sources to the networked Fourth Estate?Víctor Sampedro, F Javier López-Ferrández, Álvaro CarreteroEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-03-28Sympathetic but unconcerned: How Europe’s media cover BrexitReport by Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism and PRIME Research
2018-03-28Journalism’s institutional discourses in the pre-Internet era: Industry threats and persistent nostalgia at the American Society of Newspaper EditorsMichael Buozis, Shannon Rooney & Brian CreechJournalism
2018-03-28Islamophobia in China: news coverage, stereotypes, and Chinese Muslims’ perceptions of themselves and IslamLuwei Rose Luqiu & Fan YangAsian Journal of Communication
2018-03-28Stance markers in television news presentation: Expressivity of eyebrow flashes in the delivery of newsZhengrui Han & Hongqiang ZhuSemiotica
2018-03-29Pink toenails and princess boys: contemporary discourses of boys’ gender-fluidity in U.S. television newsEmilie ZaslowJournal of Children and Media
2018-03-29Analyzing Socialist Press Photographs: A Contribution to Critical Visual MethodologyJana TepláVisual Communication Quarterly
2018-03-29The Imagined Audience for and Perceived Quality of News Comments: Exploring the Perceptions of Commenters on News Sites and on FacebookJisu Kim, Seth C. Lewis, Brendan R. WatsonSocial Media + Society
2018-03-29The Representation of Laji’een (Refugees) and Muhajireen (Migrants) in the Headlines of Jordan News Agency (PETRA)Ahmad S. Haider, Saleh OlimyInternational Journal for the Semiotics of Law
2018-03-29Intermedia visual agenda setting
Comparing wire service top photo distribution to what makes the front page
Kyser LoughThe Agenda Setting Journal
2018-03-29Media vs. reality
Who sets the public agenda on health?
Lei Guo and Hong Tien VuThe Agenda Setting Journal
2018-03-29Democratization or censorship?
Argentina’s newspaper coverage of the media reform
Mariana De MaioThe Agenda Setting Journal
2018-03-29One name can change many things
Influences of mentioning political candidates on network agenda-setting effects in the 2016 U.S. election
Jisu KimThe Agenda Setting Journal
2018-03-29Advancing agenda building
Exploring causal relationships
Tiffany L. Mohr and Lauren D. FureyThe Agenda Setting Journal
2018-03-30Location-based news in mobile news apps: Broadcast leads in geolocated news content, newspapers lag behindAmy Schmitz WeissNewspaper Research Journal
2018-03-30#deflategate: Sports journalism and the use of image repair strategy on TwitterMary Lou Sheffer, Brad Schultz, Willie TubbsNewspaper Research Journal
2018-03-30Feminist commentary by women a whisper among op-ed voicesIngrid Bachmann, Jaime Loke, Dustin HarpNewspaper Research Journal
2018-03-30The Ecological Dynamics of Organizational Change: Density Dependence in the Rate of Weibo Adoption by Populations of News OrganizationsYu XuInternational Journal of Communication
2018-03-30Political Participation in Hong Kong: The Roles of News Media and Online Alternative MediaChuanli Xia, Fei ShenInternational Journal of Communication
2018-03-30Public and Personal Responses to Environmental Pollution in China: Differential Susceptibility, Direct Experience and Media UseShaojing Sun, Andy Merolla, Mihye SeoInternational Journal of Communication
2018-03-30Collaboration and the creation of a new journalism commonsCarlos Martínez de la SernaTow Center report
2018-04-01Colombian portrayals of the Iraq war: The views of the national newspaper El TiempoBarrios, Marta Milena; Uribe-Jongbloed, Enrique; Vega-Estarita, LinaCatalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies
2018-04-01Journalism in the age of hybridization: Los vagabundos de la chatarra – comics journalism, data, maps and advocacyGutiérrez, Miren; Rodríguez, María Pilar; de Guereñu, Juan Manuel DíazCatalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies
2018-04-01Journalism as a field of discursive production – performativity, form and styleMateus, SamuelCatalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies
2018-04-01Nationality and gender stereotypes in the San Fermín festival: Cross-sectional age differences in the interpretation of TV newsRoca-Cuberes, Carles; Ventura, Rafael; Gómez-Puertas, LorenaCatalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies
2018-04-02Building the journalistic paradigm: Beyond paradigm repairTim P Vos, Joseph MooreJournalism
2018-04-02When journalism and satire merge: The implications for impartiality, engagement and ‘post-truth’ politics – A UK perspective on the serious side of US TV comedyR. BaileyEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-04-02The Panama Papers in New Zealand media: A modern diachronic corpus assisted discourse studyThomas Owen, Taylor AnnabellDiscourse, Context & Media
2018-04-02Converting cultural capital into economic capital: a hybrid newspaper’s content management and performance during economic turbulenceYou Li & Esther ThorsonJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-04-02Reinventing the business model for local newspapers by building wallsRagnhild Kristine Olsen & Mona Kristin SolvollJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-04-02Failure and understanding-with in entrepreneurial journalismAmanda Daniëlle BrouwersJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-04-02America’s front pages
A 30-year update
David L. Morris II, Matthew J. HaughtNewspaper Research Journal
2018-04-02Framing in a Fractured Democracy: Impacts of Digital Technology on Ideology, Power and Cascading Network ActivationRobert M Entman, Nikki UsherJournal of Communcation
2018-04-03'Il faut vivre’: Writers, Journalists and Income, 1890–1914Marieke DubbelboerDix-Neuf
2018-04-04Presentism in the newsroom: How uncertainty redefines journalists’ career expectationsManuel Goyanes, Eduardo Francisco Rodríguez-GómezJournalism
2018-04-04Women in Israeli journalism: forwards and backwardsEinat Lachover & Dafna LemishIsrael Affairs
2018-04-05Local TV news and the new media landscapeKnight Foundation report
2018-04-05Special Report: The JMC Innovation Project A Pivotal Moment for Journalism, Media and Communication Education: Assessing the State of InnovationAllan Richards, Kathy R. FitzpatrickJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-04-06Institutional limits to service dominant logic and servitisation in innovation efforts in newspapersJoaquin Cestino & Adele BerndtJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-04-06Which bedrock in a sea of change?Beate JosephiJournalism
2018-04-06Political elites and journalistic practices in India: A case of institutionalized heteronomySwati Maheshwari, Colin SparksJournalism
2018-04-06The Hyperlinked Scandinavian News Ecology
The unequal terms forged by the structural properties of digitalisation
Helle Sjøvaag, Eirik Stavelin, Michael Karlsson & Aske KammerDigital Journalism
2018-04-06News audience fragmentation in the Japanese TwittersphereTetsuro Kobayashi, Yuki Ogawa, Takahisa Suzuki & Hitoshi YamamotoAsian Journal of Communication
2018-04-06Managing old and new in local newsrooms: an analysis of Generation C’s multiplatform local news repertoiresTang Tang & Chih-Hui LaiJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-04-07‘You really have to have a thick skin’: A cross-cultural perspective on how online harassment influences female journalistsGina Masullo Chen, Paromita Pain, Victoria Y Chen, Madlin Mekelburg, Nina Springer, Franziska TrogerJournalism
2018-04-07The construction of political journalism: A microanalytic approachPeter BullDiscourse, Context & Media
2018-04-09Exclusionary visual depiction of disabled persons in Malaysian news photographsPei Soo Ang, Siang Lee YeoDiscourse & Communication
2018-04-10Bypassing the press gallery: from Howard to HansonCaroline Fisher, David Marshall, Kerry McCallumMedia International Australia
2018-04-10Is Facebook Making Us Dumber? Exploring Social Media Use as a Predictor of Political KnowledgeMichael A. Cacciatore, Sara K. Yeo, Dietram A. Scheufele, Michael A. Xenos, Dominique Brossard, Elizabeth A. CorleyJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-04-10The Samsung–Apple patent war: Socio-cultural comparative study of news frames in a business conflict issueWan-Soo Lee, Min-Kyu Lee, Seok Kang Jae-Woong YooInternational Communication Gazette
2018-04-10Politics and the media in Australia and the United Kingdom: parallels and contrastsIvor Gaber, Rodney TiffenMedia International Australia
2018-04-10Ethics in the News, Trust in Ethical JournalismAidan White & Chris Elliot (eds.)Report by Ethical Journalism Network
2018-04-10Simply waltzing on? Reflections on the performance of the Canberra Press Gallery in an era of prime-ministerial instabilityMargaret Simons, Paul StrangioMedia International Australia
2018-04-11Online distant witnessing and live-streaming activism: Emerging differences in the activation of networked publicsMichele MartiniNew Media & Society
2018-04-11Entertainment, News, and Income Inequality: How Colombian Media Shape Perceptions of Income Inequality and Why It MattersDavid Coppini, German Alvarez, Hernando RojasInternational Journal of Communication
2018-04-12Compositional representation (CoDa) of the Agenda-setting of the political opinion makers in the main Spanish media groups in the 2015 general electionMarc Blasco Duatis, Marc Sáez Zafra, Nuria Fernández GarcíaCommunication and Society
2018-04-12Remaining challenges for digital newspapers regarding informative updates: case studies in the Spanish mediaJuan Carlos Marcos Recio, Concha Edo Bolós, David Parra ValcarceCommunication and Society
2018-04-12Immigration in the media sphere: key political actors’ strategiesMaría Ruiz Aranguren, María José Cantalapiedra GonzálezCommunication and Society
2018-04-12Indian Entrepreneurial Journalism
Building a typology of how founders’ social identity shapes innovation and sustainability
Summer Harlow & Monica ChadhaJournalism Studies
2018-04-12Popularizing party journalism in China in the age of social media: The case of Xinhua News AgencyXin XinGlobal Media and China
2018-04-12Supporting German occupiers: the pro-Vichy stance of the Basque newspaper ‘Eskualduna’Imanol MuruaCommunication and Society
2018-04-13Failing to Prepare? Journalism Ethics Education in the Developing World: The Case of CambodiaFergal QuinnJournal of Media Ethics
2018-04-13Time Delays are Not Enough; Media Must Call Out LiesElizabeth SkewesJournal of Media Ethics
2018-04-13Corporate Social Responsibility in the Media: A Content Analysis of Business News in SpainAndrea Pérez, María del Mar García De Los Salmones & Carlos López-GutiérrezJournal of Media Ethics
2018-04-13Zoo Story: Narrative, Virtue Ethics, and Deconstructing Dualisms in the Journalism of Thomas FrenchJeffrey C. NeelyJournal of Media Ethics
2018-04-13Bridging the Gap
Journalists’ role orientation and role performance on Twitter
Edson C. Tandoc Jr., Jason Vincent A. Cabañes & Ysa M. CayabyabJournalism Studies
2018-04-13Look Who’s Talking
An analysis of actors in television news (2003–2016)
Kathleen Beckers & Peter Van AelstJournalism Studies
2018-04-13Working with the ‘gated’: A case study of ABC Open’s blend of reciprocal journalism and ‘collegial gatekeeping’Bill ReaderJournalism
2018-04-13Very polarised news media and high-level distrust of news in TurkeyServet YanatmaThe Turkey supplementary report of the RISJ Institute Digital News Report 2017
2018-04-15On the social construction of democracy: Modal rhetoric in former East & West German journalists’ post-reunification editorialsCarl W Roberts, Cornelia Zuell, Roel PoppingJournalism
2018-04-15Convergence and de-convergence of Chinese journalistic practice in the digital ageKe LiJournalism
2018-04-16The Great Barrier Reef: News media, policy and the politics of protectionKerrie Foxwell-Norton, Claire KonkesInternational Communication Gazette
2018-04-16The Mexican Third Sector of the Media: The Long Run to Democratise the Mexican Communication SystemRodrigo GomezTripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique
2018-04-16Broadening Exposure to Climate Change News? How Framing and Political Orientation Interact to Influence Selective ExposureLauren Feldman, P Sol HartJournal of Communcation
2018-04-16“I Just Google It”: Folk Theories of Distributed DiscoveryBenjamin Toff, Rasmus Kleis NielsenJournal of Communcation
2018-04-16“Enemies of the people”: Populist performances in the Daily Mail reporting of the Article 50 caseRuth BreezeDiscourse, Context & Media
2018-04-16Do National and International Media Cover the Same Event Differently? The Online Media Framing of Irreecha Festival TragedySamuel Mochona Gabore & Deng XiujunCommunicatio
2018-04-16Have They Got News for Us? The Decline of Investigative Reporting in Zimbabwe’s Print MediaAllen MunoriyarwaCommunicatio
2018-04-17Engagement with news on Twitter: insights from Australia and KoreaRobert Ackland, Mathieu O'Neil & Sora ParkAsian Journal of Communication
2018-04-17Staying Alive
TV News Facebook Posts, Perceived Credibility, and Engagement Intent
Kate Keib, Bartosz WojdynskiElectronic News
2018-04-18 Partisan follow-ups
Editorial slant among newspapers during the 2013 Japanese Upper House election
Tatsuya FukushimaJournal of Language and Politics
2018-04-18In The Spotlight: Analyzing Sequential Attention Effects in Protest ReportingSebastian Hellmeier, Nils B. Weidmann & Espen Geelmuyden RødPolitical Communication
2018-04-183WS of Data Journalism Education
What, where and who?
Bahareh R. HeraviJournalism Practice
2018-04-19The State of Media and Communications Policy and How to Measure It (report on Finland) (summary in English)Edited by Marko Ala-FossiThe Ministry of Transport and Communications of Finland
2018-04-19Proposal for a new media agreement in Denmark (summary in English)Ministry of Culture in Denmark
2018-04-19Teaching Data Journalism in New ZealandGrant HannisAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-04-20Cafébabel and ‘Génération Bataclan’: Cosmopolitan identities and/as constructive European newsHenrik BødkerJournalism
2018-04-20Coming out: The role of journalism in social exclusion of LGB peopleSanem ŞahinJournalism
2018-04-20Do tabloids poison the well of social media? Explaining democratically dysfunctional news sharingAndrew Chadwick, Cristian Vaccari, Ben O’LoughlinNew Media & Society
2018-04-20Uncertain Geography of the Local News and Civic Participation in New Media EraNataliia SteblynaCommunication Today
2018-04-21From Liberal to Polarized Liberal? Contemporary U.S. News in Hallin and Mancini’s Typology of News SystemsEfrat NechushtaiThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-04-21The Universal and the Contextual of Media Systems: Research Design, Epistemology, and the Production of Comparative KnowledgeMatthew Powers, Sandra Vera-ZambranoThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-04-21Framing the Taxation-Democratization Link: An Automated Content Analysis of Cross-National Newspaper DataVolha KananovichThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-04-23DKN: Deep Knowledge-Aware Network for News RecommendationHongwei Wang, Fuzheng Zhang, Xing Xie, Minyi GuoWWW '18 Proceedings of the 2018 World Wide Web Conference on World Wide Web
2018-04-23Identifying Modes of User Engagement with Online News and Their Relationship to Information Gain in TextNir GrinbergWWW '18 Proceedings of the 2018 World Wide Web Conference on World Wide Web
2018-04-23DRN: A Deep Reinforcement Learning Framework for News RecommendationGuanjie Zheng, Fuzheng Zhang, Zihan Zheng, Yang Xiang, Nicholas Jing Yuan, Xing Xie, Zhenhui LiWWW '18 Proceedings of the 2018 World Wide Web Conference on World Wide Web
2018-04-23VizByWiki: Mining Data Visualizations from the Web to Enrich News ArticlesAllen Yilun Lin, Joshua Ford, Eytan Adar, Brent HechtWWW '18 Proceedings of the 2018 World Wide Web Conference on World Wide Web
2018-04-23What We Read, What We Search: Media Attention and Public Attention Among 193 CountriesHaewoon Kwak, Jisun An, Joni Salminen, Soon-Gyo Jung, Bernard J. JansenWWW '18 Proceedings of the 2018 World Wide Web Conference on World Wide Web
2018-04-23Framing the ‘White Widow’: Using intersectionality to uncover complex representations of female terrorism in news mediaMeagan Auer, John Sutcliffe, Martha LeeMedia, War & Conflict
2018-04-23Editorial Algorithms: Optimizing Recency, Relevance and Diversity for Automated News CurationAbhijnan Chakraborty, Mohammad Luqman, Sidhartha Satapathy, Niloy GangulyWWW '18 Companion of The Web Conference 2018
2018-04-23Translating the news in China: the evolution of Reference News and its future in a digital news landscapeThomas ChaseMedia International Australia
2018-04-24The Agency Makes the (Online) News World go Round: The Impact of News Agency Content on Print and Online NewsJelle Boumans, Damian Trilling, Rens Vliegenthart, Hajo BoomgaardenInternational Journal of Communication
2018-04-24Power Pressures and Pocketbook Concerns: Perceptions of Organizational Influences on News Content in the Television IndustryRita ColistraInternational Journal of Communication
2018-04-24The Role of Language in a Journalistic Interpretive Community
Building on Indonesia’s “biggest scoop ever”
John C. Carpenter & Sujatha SosaleJournalism Practice
2018-04-25The Digital Transition of Local NewsJoy Jenkins, Rasmus Kleis NielsenReport: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2018-04-25Political Advantage, Disadvantage, and the Demand for Partisan NewsAllison M. N. ArcherThe Journal of Politics
2018-04-25Politicized Science Communication: Predicting Scientists’ Acceptance of Overstatements by Their Knowledge Certainty, Media Perceptions, and Presumed Media EffectsSenja Post, Natalia RamirezJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-04-25Struggles for Visibility
Surveillance representations and self-representations of terrorists in the news media
Mette MortensenJournalism Studies
2018-04-25‘Words that work?’ Practices of constructive journalism in a local Caribbean contextSanne RotmeijerJournalism
2018-04-25Visualizing the solution: An analysis of the images that accompany solutions-oriented news storiesKyser Lough, Karen McIntyreJournalism
2018-04-25The decline in orally negotiated news: Revisiting (again) the role of technology in reportingZvi ReichNew Media & Society
2018-04-26Threatening criminals and marginalized individuals: Frames and news conventions in reporting of radicalization and violent extremismAnna Grøndahl LarsenMedia, War & Conflict
2018-04-27Approximately Informed, Occasionally Monitorial? Reconsidering Normative Citizen IdealsBrita Ytre-Arne, Hallvard MoeThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-04-29Commercialization in the Icelandic Press: An analysis of hard and soft news in major print and online media in Iceland in times of changeValgerður JóhannsdóttirJournalism
2018-04-29All forest, no trees? Data journalism and the construction of abstract categoriesWilson Lowrey, Jue HouJournalism
2018-05-01Data Journalism Teaching, Fast and SlowPaul BradshawAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-05-01The Issue Takes It All?
Incidental news exposure and news engagement on Facebook
Anna Sophie KümpelDigital Journalism
2018-05-01Read All About It: The Politicization of “Fake News” on TwitterJohn Brummette, Marcia DiStaso, Michail Vafeiadis, Marcus MessnerJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-05-01Media coverage of shifting emotional regimes: Donald Trump’s angry populismKarin Wahl-JorgensenMedia, Culture & Society
2018-05-02Seeing Through the User’s Eyes
The Role of Journalists’ Audience Perceptions in Their Use of Technology
Mark CoddingtonElectronic News
2018-05-03Impact as driving force of journalistic and social changeAndrea Wagemans, Tamara Witschge, Frank HarbersJournalism
2018-05-03Shedding light on the dark social: The connective role of news and journalism in social media communitiesJoëlle Swart, Chris Peters, Marcel BroersmaNew Media & Society
2018-05-03User comments across platforms and journalistic genresAnat Ben-David & Oren SofferInformation, Communication & Society
2018-05-03The Stubborn Pervasiveness of Television News in the Digital Age and the Field’s Attention to the Medium, 2010–2014Nicholas W. Robinson, Chen Zeng & R. Lance HolbertJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2018-05-03Can children’s privacy rights be adequately protected through press regulation? What press regulation can learn from the courtsBrigit Morris & Máire Messenger DaviesJournal of Media Law
2018-05-03The court and the camera: should privacy be a concern in court reporting?Anna K. BernzenJournal of Media Law
2018-05-03Sharing and Discussing News in Private Social Media Groups
The social function of news and current affairs in location-based, work-oriented and leisure-focused communities
Joëlle Swart, Chris Peters & Marcel BroersmaDigital Journalism
2018-05-03The Rise of Interpretive Journalism
Belgian newspaper coverage, 1985–2014
Karolin SoontjensJournalism Studies
2018-05-03The Discursive Construction of Biometric Surveillance in the Israeli Press
Nationality, citizenship, and democracy
Avi MarcianoJournalism Studies
2018-05-03Digitisation, internationalisation, and changing business models in local media markets: an analysis of commercial media’s perceptions on challenges aheadKaren Donders, Gunn Enli, Tim Raats & Trine SyvertsenJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-05-03The Antecedents of Incidental News Exposure on Social MediaMousa Ahmadi, Donghee Yvette WohnSocial Media + Society
2018-05-05Updating citizenship? The effects of digital media use on citizenship understanding and political participationJakob OhmeInformation, Communication & Society
2018-05-08Free Flow versus Fair Flow: Revisiting the New World Information and Communication Order debates in the global eraMark HannahJournalism
2018-05-08Automation and adaptationz
Reshaping journalistic labor in the newsroom library
Jan Lauren Boyles, Jared MeisingerConvergence
2018-05-09When the Numbers Don’t Add Up: Accommodating Data Journalism in a Compact Journalism ProgrammeSue GreenAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-05-09Environmental Images in Indian NewspapersT. Nirmala, I. Arul AramAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-05-09Enthusiasm for Making a Difference: Adapting Data Journalism Skills for Digital CampaigningGlen FullerAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-05-09Don’t be stupid
The role of social media policies in journalistic boundary-setting
Andrew Duffy & Megan KnightJournalism Studies
2018-05-09Digital Volunteer Networks and Humanitarian Crisis ReportingDmitry ChernobrovDigital Journalism
2018-05-09A corpus-assisted critical discourse analysis of news reporting on China’s air pollution in the official Chinese English-language pressGuofeng WangDiscourse & Communication
2018-05-10The effect of media sexism on women’s political ambition: evidence from a worldwide studyAmanda Haraldsson & Lena WängnerudFeminist Media Studies
2018-05-10Declaring the Value of Truth
Progressive-era lessons for combatting fake news
Brian Creech & Amber RoessnerJournalism Practice
2018-05-10Rethinking Constructive Journalism by Means of Service JournalismUnni From & Nete Nørgaard KristensenJournalism Practice
2018-05-10Introducing a New Form of Socially Responsible Journalism
Experiences from the Conciliatory Journalism Project
Mikko Hautakangas & Laura AhvaJournalism Practice
2018-05-10How Does the Audience Respond to Constructive Journalism?
Two experiments with multifaceted results
Klaus MeierJournalism Practice
2018-05-11Placing Constructive Journalism in ContextLiesbeth Hermans & Nico DrokJournalism Practice
2018-05-11Constructive journalism: Proponents, precedents, and principlesPeter BroJournalism
2018-05-11The hidden side of news diffusion: Understanding online news sharing as an interpersonal behaviorJennifer Ihm, Eun-mee KimNew Media & Society
2018-05-11Toward a Typology of Mediated Anger: Routine Coverage of Protest and Political EmotionKarin Wahl-JorgensenInternational Journal of Communication
2018-05-11The Emotional Economy of the European Financial Crisis in the UK PressTereza Capelos, Theofanis Exadaktylos, Stavroula Chrona, Maria PoulopoulouInternational Journal of Communication
2018-05-11Strategic Avoidance and Strategic Use: A Look into Spanish Online Journalists’ Attitudes Toward Emotions in ReportingOmar V. RosasInternational Journal of Communication
2018-05-11Audiences as Medium: Motivations and Emotions in News SharingAlberto Dafonte-GómezInternational Journal of Communication
2018-05-13A DIY, Project-based Approach to Teaching Data JournalismCaroline GrahamAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-05-13Teaching Journalism Ethics Through “The Newsroom”: An Enhanced Learning ExperienceLaveda J. Peterlin, Jonathan PetersJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-05-14Emotional storytelling: Sensational media and the creation of the HIV sexual predatorJennifer M Kilty, Katarina BogosavljevicCrime, Media, Culture
2018-05-14In Western Europe, Public Attitudes Toward News Media More Divided by Populist Views Than Left-Right IdeologyAmy Mitchell, Katie Simmons, Katerina Eva Matsa, Laura Silver, Elisa Shearer, Courtney Johnson, Mason Walker and Kyle TaylorPew Research Center Survey
2018-05-14Safety and Security of Journalists: Yet Awaiting Intervention from Indian Academy and IndustryC. S. H. N. MurthyAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-05-14From air pollution to airing pollution news: multi-layer analysis of the representation of environmental news in Iranian newspapersFarshad Amiraslani & Arnaud CaisermanThe Journal of International Communication
2018-05-14Setting a Non-Agenda: Effects of a Perceived Lack of Problems in Recent News or TwitterRaymond J. Pingree, Elizabeth Stoycheff, Mingxiao Sui & Jason T. PeiferMass Communication and Society
2018-05-15Third-Party Web Content on EU
News Sites: Potential Challenges and Paths to Privacy Improvement
Timothy Libert and Rasmus Kleis NielsenReuters Institute Fact Sheet
2018-05-15Where Are The Women Journalists In Europe’s Media?European Journalism Observatory (EJO) research report
2018-05-15How to unring the bell: A meta-analytic approach to correction of misinformationNathan Walter & Sheila T. MurphyCommunication Monographs
2018-05-15Cultural otherness and disaster news: The influence of western discourses on Japan in US and UK news coverage of the 2011 Great East Japan DisasterJamie MatthewsInternational Communication Gazette
2018-05-15Framing social conflicts in news coverage and social media: A multicountry comparative studySaifuddin Ahmed, Jaeho Cho, Kokil JaidkaInternational Communication Gazette
2018-05-15Fusion cuisine: A functional approach to interdisciplinary cooking in journalism studiesChris Peters, Marcel BroersmaJournalism
2018-05-15The Ukraine conflict and the European media: A comparative study of newspapers in 13 European countriesSusanne Fengler, Marcus Kreutler, Matilda Alku, Bojana Barlovac, Mariella Bastian et al.Journalism
2018-05-15Solutions in the Shadows: The Effects of Photo and Text Congruency in Solutions Journalism News StoriesKaren McIntyre, Kyser Lough, Keyris ManzanaresJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-05-15How Influential Are Chinese Media in Africa? An Audience Analysis in Kenya and South AfricaHerman Wasserman, Dani Madrid-MoralesInternational Journal of Communication
2018-05-15Media Independence through Routine Press-State Relations: Immigration and Government Statistics in the British PressWilliam L. Allen, Scott BlinderThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-05-15Reporting from Behind Enemy Lines: How the National Guardian and Liberation Brought Vietnam to the American LeftMichael KoncewiczAmerican Journalism
2018-05-15The Blood of Others: Television Documentary Journalism as Literary EngagementThomas A. MascaroAmerican Journalism
2018-05-15The New York Times and the Times of London on India Independence Leaders Gandhi and Ambedkar, 1920–1948Jane O'BoyleAmerican Journalism
2018-05-15The Potential of Constructive Journalism Ideas in a Croatian ContextPetra Kovacevic & Tena PerisinJournalism Practice
2018-05-16Searching for Alternative FactsFrancesca TripodiData & Society report
2018-05-16Cheaper than a goat: U.S. newspaper and television coverage of the southern Sudan conflictSally Ann CruikshankNewspaper Research Journal
2018-05-16“I’m a news junkie . . . I like being informed”: Mobile news use by a newspaper’s digital subscribersJacqueline Soteropoulos IncollingoNewspaper Research Journal
2018-05-16The effect of oil prices on the media agenda: A model of agenda buildingMariam F. Alkazemi, Wayne WantaNewspaper Research Journal
2018-05-16Framing of same-sex marriage over 17 years in two newspapers is linked to ideology especially in election yearsDominic L. Lasorsa, Jiyoun Suk, Deepa FadnisNewspaper Research Journal
2018-05-16Building Theory From Media Ideology: Coding for Power in Journalistic DiscourseChelsea ReynoldsJournal of Communication Inquiry
2018-05-17Trade marks, newspapers and reading publicsMegan Richardson & Julian ThomasJournal of Media Law
2018-05-17The Role of Minority Journalists, Candidates, and Audiences in Shaping Race-Related Campaign News CoverageMingxiao Sui, Newly Paul, Paru Shah, Brook Spurlock, Brooksie Chastant, Johanna DunawayJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-05-18Hybridizing journalism: clash of two “journalisms” in AfricaEmeka UmejeiChinese Journal of Communication
2018-05-19Fragility of strong media effects in authoritarian environment (Evidence from Russia)Nikita Savin, Oleg Kashirskikh, Aigul MavletovaEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-05-19The end of pan-Arab media? National, transnational media and identity in Morocco, Tunisia and Jordan after 2011Viola Sarnelli, Vera LomazziInternational Communication Gazette
2018-05-19Blurring boundaries: Exploring tweets as a legitimate journalism artifactZhaoxi (Josie) Liu, Dan BerkowitzJournalism
2018-05-19The Constructive Role of Journalism
Contentious metadiscourse on constructive journalism and solutions journalism
Tanja Aitamurto & Anita VarmaJournalism Practice
2018-05-19Positive Psychology as a Theoretical Foundation for Constructive JournalismKaren McIntyre & Cathrine GyldenstedJournalism Practice
2018-05-21Where ‘fake news’ flourishes: a comparison across four Western democraciesEdda HumprechtInformation, Communication & Society
2018-05-21Social Pluralism in Public and Private Television BroadcastingAndrea Mangani & Elisa TarriniJavnost - The Public
2018-05-22Covering the hermit regime: A comparison of North Korea coverage at the Associated Press and NK NewsSoomin SeoJournalism
2018-05-23Comparing and contrasting corrected errors at four newspapersKirstie Hettinga, Alyssa Appelman, Christopher Otmar, Alesandria Posada, Anne ThompsonNewspaper Research Journal
2018-05-23Hubs for innovation: Examining the effects of consolidated news design on qualityMatthew J. Haught, David L. Morris, IINewspaper Research Journal
2018-05-23Hybrid media and populist currents in Ireland’s 2016 General ElectionJane Suiter, Eileen Culloty, Derek Greene, Eugenia SiaperaEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-05-23Constructive Comments?
Designing an online debate system for the Danish Broadcasting Corporation
Anders Sundnes LøvlieJournalism Practice
2018-05-23‘The city is ours, so let’s talk about it’: Constructing a citizen media initiative in BrusselsVictor Wiard, Mathieu SimonsonJournalism
2018-05-24Media Coverage and Public Approval of the U.S. Supreme CourtMatthew P. Hitt & Kathleen SearlesPolitical Communication
2018-05-25Framing terror: A content analysis of media frames used in covering ISISKris Boyle, Jordan MowerNewspaper Research Journal
2018-05-25‘It’s Something Posh People Do’: Digital Distinction in Young People’s Cross-Media News EngagementJannie Møller HartleyMedia and Communication
2018-05-27Fake News vs Satire: A Dataset and AnalysisJennifer Golbeck, Matthew Mauriello et al.WebSci '18 Proceedings of the 10th ACM Conference on Web Science
2018-05-27Investigating the Effects of Google's Search Engine Result Page in Evaluating the Credibility of Online News SourcesEmma Lurie, Eni MustafarajWebSci '18 Proceedings of the 10th ACM Conference on Web Science
2018-05-28The Great Bridge of China?: Journalism Education Curriculum Trends Suggest More Research Into the Capacity for International Mobility Among Chinese Journalism GraduatesJohn Cokley, Wen Jianlin, Liu Yanling, Xie WenshuaiJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-05-28Fitting It All In?: A Census of Undergraduate Ethics and Leadership Courses in Accredited U.S. Journalism and Mass Communication ProgramsAndrew Mills, Amy Kristin Sanders, Shakir Shahid HussainJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-05-28To comment or not to comment: Examining the influences of anonymity and social support on one’s willingness to express in online news discussionsTai-Yee Wu, David J AtkinNew Media & Society
2018-05-29The de-emphasis of sampling error in coverage of presidential approval ratingsMatthew M. Reavy, Kimberly PavlickNewspaper Research Journal
2018-05-29Cultural co-orientation revisited: The case of the South China Morning PostFelix WiebrechtGlobal Media and China
2018-05-30Children’s cognitive responses to constructive television newsShow less
Mariska Kleemans, Roos Dohmen, Luise F Schlindwein, Sanne L Tamboer, Rebecca NH de Leeuw, Moniek Buijzen
2018-05-30Melodramatic animation in crime news and news information learningBenjamin Ka Lun Cheng, Wai Han LoJournalism
2018-05-30‘We’re more ethical than they are’: Third-person and first-person perceptions of the ethical climate of American journalistsAngela M Lee, Renita ColemanJournalism
2018-06-01Constructive journalism: Concepts, practices, and discoursesJelle Mast, Roel Coesemans, Martina TemmermanJournalism
2018-06-03Framing Ferguson: The interplay of advocacy and journalistic frames in local and national newspaper coverage of Michael BrownRachel R Mourão, Danielle K Kilgo, George SylvieJournalism
2018-06-05The politics of impunity: A study of journalists’ experiential accounts of impunity in Bulgaria, Democratic Republic of Congo, India, Mexico and PakistanJackie Harrison, Stefanie PukallusJournalism
2018-06-05Finding the news and mapping the links: a case study of hypertextuality in Dutch-language health news websitesJoyce StroobantInformation, Communication & Society
2018-06-05Mediated Personalization of Executive European Union Politics: Examining Patterns in the Broadsheet Coverage of the European Commission, 1992–2016Katjana GattermannThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-06-06Editorial Representations of the National Standards Education Policy
Populism, the journalistic identity and the citizen-consumer
Leon A. SalterJournalism Studies
2018-06-06Indigenous Political Journalism in the Norwegian and Swedish Public Service BroadcastersEli Skogerbø, Eva Josefsen & Anna-Maria FjellströmJournalism Studies
2018-06-06Digital Transitions
The evolving corporate frameworks of legacy newspaper publishers
Anthony CawleyJournalism Studies
2018-06-07A year in the life of Fiji’s beleaguered national news media: Insights from the 2016 state of the media report and some potential implications of ‘development journalism’Shailendra B SinghJournalism
2018-06-07Elements of constructive journalism: Characteristics, practical application and audience valuationLiesbeth Hermans, Cathrine GyldenstedJournalism
2018-06-11Ranking News-Quality MultimediaGonçalo Marcelino, Ricardo Pinto, João MagalhãesICMR '18 Proceedings of the 2018 ACM on International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval
2018-06-11Emotional News, Emotional Counterpublic
Unraveling the construction of fear in Chinese diasporic community online
Sheng ZouDigital Journalism
2018-06-13‘We no longer live in a time of separation’: A comparative analysis of how editorial and commercial integration became a normAlessio Cornia, Annika Sehl, Rasmus Kleis NielsenJournalism
2018-06-15Translation of attribution and news credibilityJungmin HongJournalism
2018-06-19Teaching news literacy to children with digital gamesIoli Campos, André SardoIDC '18 Proceedings of the 17th ACM Conference on Interaction Design and Children
2018-06-19Objectivity, advocacy, and critical pedagogy in the race, gender, and media classroom: Individual, interpersonal, and structural tensions and recommendationsSheila Rose PeuchaudJournalism
2018-06-20NGOs and Health Reporting in TanzaniaAmmina KothariAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-06-20Construction of China's Soft Power: Comparing News Coverage of the Confucius Institute Project in China and U.S. MediaZheng Yue, Wei XinyiGlobal Media Journal
2018-06-20Construction of China's Soft Power: Comparing News Coverage of the Confucius Institute Project in China and U.S. MediaZheng Yue, Wei XinyiGlobal Media Journal
2018-06-20 Challenges to Mass Media Posed by Convergence in the Indonesian ContextIndrati I, Fiati R, La Mani and Muhammad ArasGlobal Media Journal
2018-06-21Commodification of Development Programming on Radio in Northern GhanaAmin Alhassan, Felix Odartey-Wellington & Amadu Mohammed FaisalAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-06-22Nigerian Newspapers: The Attractions and Drawbacks of Foreign Aid FundingMary MyersAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-06-22Setting the Agenda on Development: A Content Analysis of How Senegalese Newspapers Report on Local and Foreign AidJeslyn LemkeAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-06-22‘Friends call me racist’: Experiences of repercussions from writing comments on newspaper websitesAnders Sundnes Løvlie, Karoline Andrea Ihlebæk, Anders Olof LarssonJournalism
2018-06-22Journalist social media practice in China: A review and synthesisGuowei Jian, Ting LiuJournalism
2018-06-25Media Capacity Building in Sudan: A Measure of Success?Nigel Baker & Helen ScottAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-06-25Chinese Media in Africa: Between Promise and RealityEmeka UmejeiAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-06-25Distributed and Dynamic Clustering For News EventsVinay SettyDEBS '18 Proceedings of the 12th ACM International Conference on Distributed and Event-based Systems
2018-06-25Elevated Influences
The construction of journalistic identities at a city magazine
Joy JenkinsJournalism Studies
2018-06-25Conditional Autonomy
Journalistic practice in the tension field between professionalism and managerialism
Amanda Waldenström, Jenny Wiik & Ulrika AnderssonJournalism Practice
2018-06-25Red state, purple town: Polarized communities and local journalism in rural and small-town KentuckyAndrea WenzelJournalism
2018-06-26“That Was What I Had to Use”: Social and Cultural Capital in the Careers of Women BroadcastersTracy Lucht, Kelsey BatscheletJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-06-26Scanning the shape of journalism—Emerging trends, changing culture?Juho RuotsalainenFutures
2018-06-26Gender Differentials in Newspaper Readership Pattern among Residents of Enugu State, NigeriaAsogwa CEGlobal Media Journal
2018-06-27Entering the Liminal Zone
Generating news with occasioned objects in live TV news reporting
Richard Fitzgerald & Bryn EvansJournalism Studies
2018-06-27Commercial Pressures in Spanish Newsrooms
Between love, struggle and resistance
Manuel Goyanes & Marta Rodríguez-CastroJournalism Studies
2018-06-27Populism in Online Election Coverage
Analyzing populist statements by politicians, journalists, and readers in three countries
Sina Blassnig, Nicole Ernst, Florin Büchel, Sven Engesser & Frank EsserJournalism Studies
2018-06-27The State of Journalism and Press Freedom in Postgenocide RwandaMeghan Sobel, Karen McIntyreJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-06-29Conversing Ethics in India’s News Media
A capabilities approach to journalism ethics education and training
Shakuntala Rao & Kanchan K. MalikJournalism Practice
2018-06-30Separation or integration of journalistic and business responsibilities? Corporate responsibility in Finnish media companiesLaura OlkkonenJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-07-01Political journalism and the one-stop shop: Legacy news organisations' online coverage of the 2016 Australian federal and US presidential electionsBrookes, StephanieAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01Stories that walk with you: Opportunities in locative audio for feature journalismSt Clair, JeantiAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01Collaboration on a national scale: Journalism educators, students and the 2016 Australian federal electionDodd, Andrew: Davies, Kayt; Snowden, Collette; Ricketson, MatthewAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01Working with media to prevent violence against women - the uncovered interventionSimons, Margaret; Khan, ElyasAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01Media literacy: A growing collaborative effort in the age of platformsNettlefold, JocelynAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01Virtual reality journalism: Ethics, grammar and the state of playStubbs, BenAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01Project safe space: Wise practice in journalism education for advocacy and social changeValencia-Forrester, Faith; Backhaus, BridgetAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-01The shadow other: Representations of the Manus Island riots in two Australian newspapersAllen, A Molly; Hoenig, RonAustralian Journalism Review
2018-07-02Moving Closer to the Action: How Viewers’ Experiences of Eyewitness Videos in TV News Influence the Trustworthiness of the ReportsAnnabell Halfmann, Helena Dech, Jana Riemann, Leonie Schlenker, Hartmut WesslerJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-07-04Budget Cuts in Scholastic Media: A Focus Group Study of Oklahoma Journalism Advisers’ Survival SkillsMelanie Wilderman, Sohana Nasrin, Jeremy DavisJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-07-04The American Journalist in the Digital Age: Another Look at U.S. News PeopleDavid H. Weaver, Lars Willnat, G. Cleveland WilhoitJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-07-05The discursive construction of journalistic authority in a post-truth ageTim P. Vos & Ryan J. ThomasJournalism Studies
2018-07-06Journalism Education Interventions in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Examination of the Norwegian Model in EthiopiaTéwodros W. WorknehAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-07-06Commenters as political actors infringing on the field of journalismJ. David WolfgangJournalism Studies
2018-07-06A Matter of Trust
Plagiarism, fake sources and paradigm repair in the Danish news media
Mark Blach-Ørsten, Jannie Møller Hartley & Maria Bendix WittchenJournalism Studies
2018-07-06Truth is What Happens to News
On journalism, fake news, and post-truth
Silvio WaisbordJournalism Studies
2018-07-08The Rise of Guardians: Fact-checking URL Recommendation to Combat Fake NewsNguyen Vo, Kyumin LeeSIGIR '18 The 41st International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research & Development in Information Retrieval
2018-07-08Your Digital News Reading Habits Reflect Your PersonalityMarios Constantinides, Panagiotis Germanakos, George Samaras, John DowellUMAP '18 Adjunct Publication of the 26th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization
2018-07-08Same, Same, but Different: Algorithmic Diversification of Viewpoints in NewsNava Tintarev, Emily Sullivan, Dror Guldin, Sihang Qiu, Daan OdjikUMAP '18 Adjunct Publication of the 26th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization
2018-07-08A Framework for Interaction-driven User Modeling of Mobile News Reading BehaviourMarios Constantinides, John DowellUMAP '18 Proceedings of the 26th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization
2018-07-10Normative paradoxes in 360° journalism: Contested accuracy and objectivityTanja AitamurtoNew Media & Society
2018-07-10FActCheck: Keeping Activation of Fake News at CheckAjitesh Srivastava, Rajgopal Kannan, Charalampos Chelmis, Viktor K. PrasannaAAMAS '18 Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and MultiAgent Systems
2018-07-10The Self-Censorship Dilemma
Media coverage of terrorists in the post-factual era
Mette MortensenJournalism Studies
2018-07-10Popular Criticism That Matters
Journalists’ perspectives of “quality” media critique
David CheruiyotJournalism Practice
2018-07-10Nothing But the Facts?
Exploring the discursive space for storytelling and truth-seeking in journalism
Jan Boesman & Irene Costera MeijerJournalism Practice
2018-07-10Core Dynamics for the Mass Communication History CourseCharles H. IngoldJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-07-10A Study of Conventional Media Representations and Reporting of Violence in AssamPayel ChakrabartiGlobal Media Journal
2018-07-11Sleeper effect from below: Long-term effects of source credibility and user comments on the persuasiveness of news articlesDominique Heinbach, Marc Ziegele, Oliver QuiringNew Media & Society
2018-07-11Social media gatekeeping: An analysis of the gatekeeping influence of newspapers’ public Facebook pagesKasper Welbers, Michaël OpgenhaffenNew Media & Society
2018-07-12Negotiating Uncertain Claims
Journalism as an inferential community
Scott A. Eldridge II & Henrik BødkerJournalism Studies
2018-07-12Understanding Collaborative Investigative Journalism in a “Post-Truth” AgeAndrea Carson & Kate FarhallJournalism Studies
2018-07-12Transparency to the Rescue?
Evaluating citizens’ views on transparency tools in journalism
Michael Karlsson & Christer ClerwallJournalism Studies
2018-07-12Back to the Future
How UK-based news organisations are rediscovering objectivity
Stephen JukesJournalism Practice
2018-07-12Measuring and Evaluating Reciprocal Journalism as a ConceptMark Coddington, Seth C. Lewis & Avery E. HoltonJournalism Practice
2018-07-13The Legitimate Peripheral Position of a Central Medium
Revealing the margins of popular journalism
Christian LamourJournalism Studies
2018-07-16Who shapes the news? Analyzing journalists’ and organizational interests as competing influences on biased coveragePablo Jost, Christina KoehlerJournalism
2018-07-18‘Stay back for your own safety’: News photographers, interference, and the photographs they are prevented from takingRachel SomersteinJournalism
2018-07-18Who has a say in political news? An analysis of sourcing trends in the Chilean quality pressMaria Elena Gronemeyer, Victoria León-Porath, William PorathJournalism
2018-07-18What Journalists Share: A Comparative Study of the National Press Corps in Australia and GermanyAxel Bruns, Christian Nuernbergk, Aljosha Karim SchapalsSMSociety '18 Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Social Media and Society
2018-07-19Solving Journalism’s Post-Truth Crisis With Feminist Standpoint EpistemologyLinda SteinerJournalism Studies
2018-07-19Finding a Place in the Journalistic Field
The pursuit of recognition and legitimacy at BuzzFeed and Vice
Paul StringerJournalism Studies
2018-07-19In the Margins of Journalism
Gender and livelihood among local (ex-)journalists in Sweden
Henrik Örnebring & Cecilia MöllerJournalism Practice
2018-07-19A comparison of professional versus citizen journalistic roles
Views from visual journalists
Deborah S Chung, Yung Soo Kim, Seungahn NahConvergence
2018-07-19‘Working with the media taught us a lot’: Understanding The Guardian’s Katine initiativeBen JonesJournalism
2018-07-19Logics in social media news making: How social media editors marry the Facebook logic with journalistic standardsJuliane A LischkaJournalism
2018-07-19Seven Characteristics Defining Online News formats
Towards a typology of online news and live blogs
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2018-07-19The journalism of Gannett Blog: Revealing communities of practice and social construction through collective dynamicsWilliam SchulteJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Journalism meets games: Newsgames as a new digital genre. Theory, boundaries, utilizationKlaus MeierJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Teaching vicarious trauma in the journalism classroom: An examination of educational provision in UK universitiesDoug Specht, Julia Tsilman Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Cracking the coding ceiling: Looking at gender construction in data journalism from a field theory perspectiveSara de VuystJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Journalists’ and news editors’ views on children as news subjects in Albanian media: Exploring issues of newsworthiness and self-censorshipEmiljano KaziajJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19When societies crash: A critical analysis of news media’s social role in the aftermath of national disastersStijn JoyeJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19They never made it to the end: Reader uses of a multimedia narrativeKate KartveitJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Results of framing in music journalism: Benefits and burdens of being designated heir to a cultural iconJordan M. McClainJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Intermedia agenda-setting effect in corporate news: Examining the influence of The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal on local newspapersXiaoqun ZhangJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Press councils as a traditional instrument of media self-regulation: The perceptions of European journalistsMarcel Mauri i de los Ríos, Ruth Rodríguez-Martínez, Mònica Figueras Maz, Maddalena Fedele Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-07-19Press of the German Minority in Poland in 1989-2017Grzegorz RachwałSocial Communication
2018-07-20New Rules for an Old Game? How the 2016 US Election Caught the Press off GuardAmber E. Boydstun & Peter Van AelstMass Communication and Society
2018-07-20Hegemonic media and inequality in BrazilRaquel PaivaGlobal Media and China
2018-07-23The Language of Brexit: How Britain Talked Its Way Out of the European UnionPaul RowinskiEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-07-23An exploratory study to conceptualize press engagement behavior with public relations practitionersLiane W.Y. Lee, Leslie S.C. Yip, Kara ChanPublic Relations Review
2018-07-24“Post-Truth” Politics, Journalistic Corruption and the Process of Self-Othering
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Vera Slavtcheva-PetkovaJournalism Studies
2018-07-24Media Repertoires and News Trust During the Early Trump AdministrationRachel R. Mourão, Esther Thorson, Weiyue Chen & Samuel M. ThamJournalism Studies
2018-07-24What Determines a Journalist’s Popularity on Twitter?
A case study of behaviour and self-presentation
Felix M. SimonJournalism Studies
2018-07-24Cornerstones in Journalism
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Michael Karlsson & Christer ClerwallJournalism Studies
2018-07-24Shooting Kids
Children in Syrian War reporting by RT and Al Jazeera
Olivier NyirubugaraJournalism Studies
2018-07-24Fact-checkers as Entrepreneurs
Scalability and sustainability for a new form of watchdog journalism
Jane B. SingerJournalism Practice
2018-07-24Upholding the 4th estate—exploring the corporate governance of the media ownership form of business foundationsLeona Achtenhagen, Stefan Melesko & Mart OtsInternational Journal on Media Management
2018-07-24A media framing analysis of a U.S. presidential advisor: Alternative flacksCheryl Ann LambertPublic Relations Review
2018-07-25Hispanic and African American News Media Fact SheetPew Research Center Fact Sheet
2018-07-25Network News Fact SheetPew Research Center Fact Sheet
2018-07-25Cable News Fact SheetPew Research Center Fact Sheet
2018-07-25The ‘Medical-Women Question’ and the Multivocality of the Victorian Medical Press, 1869–1900Alison MouldsMedia History
2018-07-25Media frames and public perceptions of global poverty in the UK: Is there a link?Mirjam Vossen, Lau SchulpenCommunications
2018-07-25Why do we click? Investigating reasons for user selection on a news aggregator websiteSabrina Heike Kessler, Ines EngelmannCommunications
2018-07-25Personalization 2.0? – Testing the personalization hypothesis in citizens’, journalists’, and politicians’ campaign Twitter communicationLukas P. Otto, Isabella Glogger, Michaela MaierCommunications
2018-07-26Transformation of a Modern Newsroom Workforce
A case study of NYC journalist network histories from 2011 to 2015
Allie Kosterich & Matthew S. WeberJournalism Practice
2018-07-26Citizen media practices at the digital startup MvslimStevan Bodrozic & Steve PaulussenJournalism Practice
2018-07-26The Gender Crisis in Professional Photojournalism
Demise of the female gaze?
Adrian Hadland & Camilla BarnettJournalism Studies
2018-07-26The Information Politics of Journalism in a Post-Truth AgeMatt CarlsonJournalism Studies
2018-07-27Why have few journalists been prosecuted for incitement to war crimes?John HickmanEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-07-27Parliamentary Questions, Newspaper Coverage, and Consumer Confidence in Times of Crisis: A Cross-National ComparisonRens Vliegenthart & Alyt DamstraPolitical Communication
2018-07-29Australian media coverage of two pivotal climate change summits
A comparative study between COP15 and COP21
Johan LidbergPacific Journalism Review
2018-07-29Narratives of natural disaster survivors in Indonesian mediaBudi IrawantoPacific Journalism Review
2018-07-29Coverage of extreme weather events and natural hazards in Pacific Island Countries
The need for media capacity-building
Vijay Naidu, Shailendra SinghPacific Journalism Review
2018-07-29A tale of two statues
Contemporary conflict reporting constraints and the Battle of Baghdad
Steve EllmersPacific Journalism Review
2018-07-29Women newspaper editors in NZ: Short term love affairCatherine StrongPacific Journalism Review
2018-07-29Backpack reporting of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines
Implications of convergent technologies on disaster journalism
Norman ZafraPacific Journalism Review
2018-07-29Bearing Witness 2017Robie, D.Pacific Journalism Review
2018-07-31Provoking the Citizen
Re-examining the role of TV satire in the Trump era
Allaina KilbyJournalism Studies
2018-08-01Fake news as an informational moral panic: the symbolic deviancy of social media during the 2016 US presidential electionMatt CarlsonInformation, Communication & Society
2018-08-02News Media as Gatekeepers, Critics, and Initiators of Populist Communication: How Journalists in Ten Countries Deal with the Populist ChallengeMartin Wettstein, Frank Esser, Anne Schulz, Dominique Stefanie Wirz, Werner WirthThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-08-02Excavating Concepts of Broadcasting
Developing a method of cultural research using digitized historical periodicals
James F. HamiltonDigital Journalism
2018-08-02“I forgive him. It wasn’t easy for him”: social representations of perpetrators of intimate partner violence in the Western Cape Province mediaDane Isaacs & Jacqueline MthembuCritical Studies in Media Communication
2018-08-02Local-Level Authoritarianism, Democratic Normative Aspirations, and Antipress Harassment: Predictors of Threats to Journalists in MexicoSallie Hughes, Mireya Márquez-RamírezThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-08-03Imagining big data: Illustrations of “big data” in US news articles, 2010–2016Christian Pentzold, Cornelia Brantner, Lena FölscheNew Media & Society
2018-08-03If it Bleeds it Leads
Coverage of violence against women and sexual and reproductive health in Argentina from 1995 to 2015
Victoria Andelsman & Eugenia MitchelsteinJournalism Practice
2018-08-03Gossip at one’s fingertips: Predictors of celebrity news on TwitterYan Yan, Wanjiang ZhangJournalism
2018-08-03Public service media online, advertising and the third-party user data business
A trade versus trust dilemma?
Jannick Kirk Sørensen, Hilde Van den BulckConvergence
2018-08-03Examining the effects of news coverage linking undocumented immigrants with criminality: Policy and punitive implicationsAndrea Figueroa-Caballero & Dana MastroCommunication Monographs
2018-08-05Quid Pro Quo: How Donor-Funded Journalism Redefines Job DescriptionsMia MalanAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-08-05Journalism Aid: Country of Origin and Influences on Beneficiary Perceptions and PracticesGilbert K. M. Tietaah, Abena A. Yeboah-Banin, Sarah Akrofi-Quarcoo & Fidelis Y. SesenuAfrican Journalism Studies
2018-08-06Do digital platforms really make a difference in content? Mapping journalistic role performance in Chilean print and online newsClaudia Mellado, María Luisa Humanes, Andrés Scherman, Auska OvandoJournalism
2018-08-07Framing the war in the post war era: Exploring the counter-narratives in frames of an Iranian war photographer thirty years after the ceasefire with IraqYounes SaramifarMedia, War & Conflict
2018-08-08Powerful and Powerless: Psychological Reactions of Norwegian Politicians Exposed in Media ScandalsKim Edgar Karlsen, Fanny DuckertInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-08The Aftermath of Political Scandals: A Meta-AnalysisChristian von SikorskiInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-08The New Normal: Scandals as a Standard Feature of Political Life in Nordic CountriesEster Pollack, Sigurd Allern, Anu Kantola, Mark ØrstenInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-08“Assassination Campaigns”: Corruption Scandals and News Media InstrumentalizationPaolo ManciniInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-08Political Scandals Under Responsive Authoritarianism: The Case of the Bo Xilai Trial in ChinaFrancis L.F. LeeInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-08Blunders, Scandals, and Strategic Communication in U.S. Foreign Policy: Benghazi vs. 9/11Robert Entman, Sarah StonbelyInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-08Journalists’ Use of Social Media to Infer Public Opinion
The Citizens’ Perspective
Elizabeth Dubois, Anatoliy Gruzd, Jenna JacobsonSocial Science Computer Review
2018-08-09New Challenges in the Coverage of Politics for UK Broadcasters and Regulators in the “Post-Truth” EnvironmentIvor GaberJournalism Practice
2018-08-09Crafting News Narratives on Social Media
A study of cross-media newsrooms in Thailand
Sakulsri SrisaracamJournalism Practice
2018-08-09Fake News as a Floating Signifier: Hegemony, Antagonism and the Politics of FalsehoodJohan Farkas & Jannick SchouJavnost - The Public
2018-08-10Proximity and distance in the mediation of suffering: Local photographers in war-torn Aleppo and the international media circuitNina Grønlykke Mollerup, Mette MortensenJournalism
2018-08-10New issue of Media & viestintä (abstracts in English)Media & viestintä
2018-08-10Issues of National Development in the Kazakhstan Press in the 1950s and Early 1960s
Sadykov S., Alimzhanova A., Kabylgazina K., Mykatayeva K. and Uzbekova G.Global Media Journal
2018-08-13The ‘blame game frame’: Ethical blame patterns and media framing upon negotiations failure in the Middle EastAlexandra Herfroy-Mischler, Elie FriedmanJournalism
2018-08-13Disseminating information or advocating peace? Journalists’ role perceptions in the face of conflictAlicia Prager, Michael HameleersJournalism
2018-08-14Digitally Empowered
New patterns of sourcing and expertise in cultural journalism and criticism
Dora Santos SilvaJournalism Practice
2018-08-14Martin to Brown
How time and platform impact coverage of the Black Lives Matter movement
Danielle K. Kilgo, Rachel R. Mourao & George SylvieJournalism Practice
2018-08-15Too Crowded for Crowdsourced Journalism: Reddit, Portability, and Citizen Participation in the Syrian CrisisScott S.D. Mitchell, Merlyna LimCanadian Journal of Communication
2018-08-15Where populist citizens get the news: An investigation of news audience polarization along populist attitudes in 11 countriesAnne SchulzCommunication Monographs
2018-08-15Newsroom Integration As An Organizational Challenge
Approaches of European public service media from a comparative perspective
Annika Sehl, Alessio Cornia, Lucas Graves & Rasmus Kleis NielsenJournalism Studies
2018-08-15Journalism as Multichannel Communication
A newsroom survey on the multiple uses of social media
Christoph Neuberger, Christian Nuernbergk & Susanne LangenohlJournalism Studies
2018-08-15How to measure generalized trust in news media? An adaptation and test of scalesFabian Prochazka & Wolfgang SchweigerCommunication Methods and Measures
2018-08-16Simply Bells and Whistles?
Cognitive Effects of Visual Aesthetics in Digital Longforms
Esther Greussing & Hajo G. BoomgaardenDigital Journalism
2018-08-16Effects of Issue Involvement, News Attention, Perceived Knowledge, and Perceived Influence of Anti-Corruption News on Chinese Students’ Political ParticipationLei Guo, Chao Su, Hao LeeJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-08-16The cultural journalist around the globe: A comparative study of characteristics, role perceptions, and perceived influencesJan Fredrik Hovden, Nete Nørgaard KristensenJournalism
2018-08-17Epistemology in the Era of Fake News: An Exploration of Information Verification Behaviors among Social Networking Site UsersRussell Torres, Natalie Gerhart, Arash NegahbanACM SIGMIS Database
2018-08-17Multimodal social semiotic analysis of Delhi rape conviction news in 2013 in CNN IBN websiteM. Shuaib Mohamed Haneef Asian Journal of Communication
2018-08-18‘This is England, speak English!’: a corpus-assisted critical study of language ideologies in the right-leaning British pressDavid Wright & Gavin BrookesCritical Discourse Studies
2018-08-18About introvert incumbents and extravert start-ups: An exploration of the dialectics of collaborative innovation in the Dutch journalism fieldMijke SlotJournalism
2018-08-19Adaptive Paywall Mechanism for Digital News MediaHeidar Davoudi, Aijun An, Morteza Zihayat, Gordon EdallKDD '18 Proceedings of the 24th ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery & Data Mining
2018-08-19EANN: Event Adversarial Neural Networks for Multi-Modal Fake News DetectionYaqing Wang, Fenglong Ma, Zhiwei Jin, Ye Yuan, Guangxu Xun, Kishlay Jha, Lu Su, Jing GaoKDD '18 Proceedings of the 24th ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery & Data Mining
2018-08-21Passing for poor: the construction of poverty and race in immersion journalismHolly E. SchreiberCritical Studies in Media Communication
2018-08-21The Authentic (and Angry) Audience
How Comment Authenticity and Sentiment Impact News Evaluation
T. Franklin WaddellDigital Journalism
2018-08-21 Female Voices in the News: Structural Conditions of Gender Representations in Norwegian NewspapersHelle Sjøvaag, Truls André PedersenJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-08-22Looking for Efficiency: How Online News Structure and Emotional Tone Influence Processing Time and MemoryTessa I. DeAngelo, Narine S. YegiyanJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-08-23 Understanding encountering of story leads: A case of newspaper reporting behavior at Midwestern metropolitan-area newspapersMatt Bird-Meyer, Sanda ErdelezNewspaper Research Journal
2018-08-23“A rape was reported”: construction of crime in a university newspaperMiriam Northcutt Bohmert, Kayla Allison & Caitlin DucateFeminist Media Studies
2018-08-23Rethinking the Venezuelan Media Presidency: Populism/Authoritarianism and “Spectacular Modernity”Noah ZweigInternational Journal of Communication
2018-08-23The Reciprocal Effects Between Political Interest and TV News Revisited: Evidence From Four Panel SurveysJesper Strömbäck, Adam ShehataJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-08-23Have You Heard?
US journalistic “listening” in cacophonous times
Stephanie Craft & Tim P. VosJournalism Practice
2018-08-23The Promise of the Transparency Culture
A comparative study of access to public data in Spanish and Swedish newsrooms
Ester Appelgren & Ramón SalaverríaJournalism Practice
2018-08-23Convergence Between Platforms in the Newsroom
An applied study of Al-Jazeera Mubasher
Mohamed Morsy Hassan & Mohamad Hamas ElmasryJournalism Practice
2018-08-23From Mass to Elite Protests: News Coverage and the Evolution of Antigovernment Demonstrations in BrazilRachel R. MourãoMass Communication and Society
2018-08-24How Age Affects Journalists’ Adoption of Social Media as an Innovation
A multi-group SEM analysis
Yanfang WuJournalism Practice
2018-08-24Marketing Credibility
Chinese newspapers’ responses to revenue losses from falling circulation and advertising decline
Haiyan Wang & Colin SparksJournalism Studies
2018-08-24A Step Forward?
Exploring the diffusion of data journalism as journalistic innovations in China
Shuling Zhang & Jieyun FengJournalism Studies
2018-08-24Personality Basis for Partisan News Media Use: Openness to Experience and Consumption of Liberal News MediaMinchul Kim & Cheonsoo KimMass Communication and Society
2018-08-27Using public opinion to serve journalistic narratives: Rethinking vox pops and live two-way reporting in five UK election campaigns (2009–2017)Stephen CushionEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-08-27Hybrid salience: Examining the role of traditional and digital media in the rise of the Greek radical leftTheodora A Maniou, Philemon BantimaroudisJournalism
2018-08-28Representations of Trans People in Swedish NewspapersMathilda ÅkerlundJournalism Studies
2018-08-28Constructing Rohingya Identity: An Analysis of Media Process and SelfRepresentationsChadha S, Ma Y, Pan Z, Yu F, Shi Y and Siu YYGlobal Media Journal
2018-08-28Nigerian Women, Memories of the Past and Visions of the Future through the Communication Narratives of the MediaChadha S, Ma Y, Pan Z, Yu F, Shi Y and Siu YYGlobal Media Journal
2018-08-29Journalism and activist democratic theory and ethics: When the ‘chilling effects’ of libel can lose effectAli Noor MohamedJournalism
2018-08-30When Corporate Social Responsibility Messages Enter the News: Examining the Effects of CSR-Framed News on Product Purchasing Intentions and the Mediating Role of Company and Product AttitudesChristian von Sikorski & Laetitia MüllerCommunication Research Reports
2018-08-30New issue of British Journalism ReviewBritish Journalism Review
2018-08-30Fake News
Australian and British journalists’ role perceptions in an era of “alternative facts”
Aljosha Karim SchapalsJournalism Practice
2018-08-30Portraying Protracted Conflict in the Entertainment Industry
The case of the Screen Actors Guild negotiations
Ryan P. Fuller & Ronald E. RiceJournalism Studies
2018-08-30Peace journalism on a shoestring? Conflict reporting in Nigeria’s national news mediaLeila Demarest, Arnim LangerJournalism
2018-09-02Rape in the news: on rape genres in Swedish news coverageGabriella NilssonFeminist Media Studies
2018-09-03The case for IVR-based citizen journalism in PakistanHira Ejaz, Syed Ali Hussain, Agha Ali RazaMobileHCI '18 Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services Adjunct
2018-09-037/7: A reflexive re-evaluation of journalistic practicePaul LashmarJournalism
2018-09-03Toy department within the toy department? Online sports journalists and professional legitimacySimon McEnnisJournalism
2018-09-03Intention work: The scope of journalistic interpretation of political speech actsMia Schreiber, Zohar KampfJournalism
2018-09-03Selective attention in the news feed: An eye-tracking study on the perception and selection of political news posts on FacebookMichael Sülflow, Svenja Schäfer, Stephan WinterNew Media & Society
2018-09-04Challenging Journalistic Authority
Media criticism in far-right alternative media
Tine Ustad Figenschou & Karoline Andrea IhlebækJournalism Studies
2018-09-04Should we Keep this Quiet? Print Media and Child Marriage in NigeriaNwaolikpe Onyinyechi Nancy Global Media Journal
2018-09-05The journalist as the audience: Evaluating the U.S. Navy’s “Sailor for a Day” campaignShari R. Veil, Chelsea L.Woods, R. David HechtPublic Relations Review
2018-09-06Millennials at the back gates: how young adults’ digital news practices present a new media logic for news gathering and gatekeeping as user-oriented activities in a participatory news ecosystemBrant BurkeyMedia Practice and Education
2018-09-07Mapping the emotional labor and work of visual journalismTJ ThomsonJournalism
2018-09-07Reporting from the Frontline
The war correspondents in the Balkan Wars (1912–1913)
Iakovos MichailidisMedia History
2018-09-08Explicating factual and subjective science knowledge: knowledge as a mediator of news attention and attitudesShirley S. Ho, Jiemin Looi, Alisius D. Leong & Yan Wah LeungAsian Journal of Communication
2018-09-10Linking News Value Theory With Online Deliberation: How News Factors and Illustration Factors in News Articles Affect the Deliberative Quality of User Discussions in SNS’ Comment SectionsMarc Ziegele, Oliver Quiring, Katharina Esau, Dennis FriessCommunication Research
2018-09-12Priming and Fake News: The Effects of Elite Discourse on Evaluations of News MediaEmily Van Duyn & Jessica CollierMass Communication and Society
2018-09-12A new sporting horizon: a content analysis of Super Netball newspaper coveragePeter English, Angela Calder, Simone Pearce, Katy KirbyMedia International Australia
2018-09-12The virtuous cycle of news sharing on Facebook: Effects of platform affordances and journalistic routines on news sharingMarcelo Alves dos Santos, Jr, Diógenes Lycarião, Jakson A de AquinoNew Media & Society
2018-09-14Politics, power, and performativity in the newsroom: an ethnography of television journalism in TurkeyOzan AşıkMedia, Culture & Society
2018-09-15News in social media and messaging appsKantar Media and the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2018-09-17Where Did You Get That Story?
An Examination of Story Sourcing Practices and Objectivity on Citizen Journalism Websites
Kirsten A. JohnsonElectronic News
2018-09-17Re-examining age: Journalism’s reliance on the youngBeate Josephi, Martin Oller AlonsoJournalism
2018-09-19Neighborhood Press and Immigration
A frame-building analysis of the depiction of immigrants
Eduard Fabregat, Pilar Medina-Bravo & Marian MeyersJournalism Practice
2018-09-19Is “Global Journalism” Truly Global?
Conceptual and empirical examinations of the global, cosmopolitan and parochial conceptualization of journalism
Miki TanikawaJournalism Studies
2018-09-19So Far, Yet So Close
Examining translocal twitter audiences of regional newspapers in Germany
Lars-Ole Wehden & Daniela StoltenbergJournalism Studies
2018-09-19Postcolonial Trajectories of Foreign News Selection in the Ghanaian Press
BBC remains the ultimate reference
Michael Yao Wodui SerwornooJournalism Studies
2018-09-19Journalism Reconfigured
Assessing human–machine relations and the autonomous power of automation in news production
Shangyuan Wu, Edson C. Tandoc Jr. & Charles T. SalmonJournalism Studies
2018-09-19Gender, Media and Protest
Changing Representations of the Suffragette Emily Wilding Davison in British Newspapers, 1913–2013
Jilly Boyce Kay & Kaitlynn MendesMedia History
2018-09-19It Takes Three: How Mass Media Coverage Conditions Public Responsiveness to Policy Outputs in the United StatesChristopher J. Williams, Martijn SchoonveldeSocial Science Quarterly
2018-09-20The role of self-reports in the study of news productionDavid M RyfeJournalism
2018-09-20Borderline journalism: Why do journalists accept and justify questionable practices that establish scandals? A quantitative surveyHans Mathias Kepplinger, Benno ViererblJournalism
2018-09-20Transitive representations of China’s image in the US mainstream newspapers: A corpus-based critical discourse analysisLiping TangJournalism
2018-09-20Exploring the boundaries of journalism: Instagram micro-bloggers in the twilight zone of lifestyle journalismPhoebe Maares, Folker HanuschJournalism
2018-09-20Multi-Platform News Use and Political Participation Across Age Groups: Toward a Valid Metric of Platform Diversity and Its EffectsTrevor Diehl, Matthew Barnidge, Homero Gil de ZúñigaJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-09-20Personality and online news commenting behaviours: uncovering the characteristics of those below the lineRenee Barnes, Doug Mahar, Wendell Cockshaw, Ides WongMedia International Australia
2018-09-21Journalists’ contributions to political life in Switzerland: Professional role conceptions and perceptions of role enactmentPatric Raemy, Lea Hellmueller, Daniel BeckJournalism
2018-09-21The Impact of Web Metrics on Community News Decisions: A Resource Dependence PerspectiveTom Arenberg, Wilson LowreyJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-09-21Which Journalists for Which Democracy? Liberal-representative, deliberative and participatory roles among Austrian journalistsAndreas RiedlJournalism Studies
2018-09-24The conferral of value: the role of reporting processes in the assessment of cultureJulian Meyrick, Tully Barnett, Robert PhiddianMedia International Australia
2018-09-25In Search of America
Topic modelling nineteenth-century newspaper archives
Quintus Van Galen & Bob NicholsonDigital Journalism
2018-09-25Digital Innovation During Terror and CrisesMaria Konow-Lund, Yngve Benestad Hågvar & Eva-Karin OlssonDigital Journalism
2018-09-25The Business Model of Journalism Start-Ups in ChinaShixin Ivy ZhangDigital Journalism
2018-09-25Journalism History, Web Archives, and New Methods for Understanding the Evolution of Digital JournalismMatthew S. Weber & Philip M. NapoliDigital Journalism
2018-09-25Believing false political headlines and discrediting truthful political headlines: The interaction between news source trust and news content expectancyRobin BlomJournalism
2018-09-26Agenda-Setting Theory in the U.S. Media: A Comparative Analysis of Terrorist Attacks in France and NigeriaNwaolikpe Onyinyechi Nancy Global Media Journal
2018-09-27Fears, hopes and the politics of time-space: The media frames of Japan in the Chinese People's DailyTianru Guan, Tianyang LiuInternational Communication Gazette
2018-09-27Employing Perceptual-Learning Research in Journalism and Communication
Immediate and delayed effects of a perceptual-learning module on AP editing accuracy
Justin D. Martin, S. Shageaa Naqvi & George AnghelcevJournalism Studies
2018-09-27Transnational News Consumption and Digital Content Mobility
Insights from Sweden
Andreas WidholmJournalism Studies
2018-09-27Marconi Proposes: Why it’s time to rethink the birth of the BBCDavid J. ProsserMedia History
2018-09-28News, Ads, Chats, and Property Rights over AlgorithmsJan KleinnijenhuisMedia and Communication
2018-09-28News brand attribution in distributed environments: Do people know where they get their news?Antonis Kalogeropoulos, Richard Fletcher, Rasmus Kleis NielsenNew Media & Society
2018-10-03Aggression in news comments: how context and article topic shape user-generated contentJoão GonçalvesJournal of Applied Communication Research
2018-10-03The Conflict between Journalists and the Constitution of 2014 in EgyptMiral Al AshryGlobal Media Journal
2018-10-05Presenting News on Social Media
Media logic in the communication style of newspapers on Facebook
Kasper Welbers & Michaël OpgenhaffenDigital Journalism
2018-10-05Twitter’s influence on news judgment: An experiment among journalistsShannon C McGregor, Logan MolyneuxJournalism
2018-10-07Digital Natives as Budding Journalists: College TV Stations’ Uses of TwitterRaluca Cozma, Tom HallaqJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-10-09The Return of Ideology to China’s Journalism Education: The ‘Joint Model’ Campaign Between Propaganda Departments and Journalism SchoolsJian XuAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-10-09Media Representations of Immigration in the Chilean Press: To a Different Narrative of Immigration?Emilia M. Valenzuela-VergaraJournal of Communication Inquiry
2018-10-10The Digital Life of Small Market Newspapers
Results from a multi-method study
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2018-10-10Machine Authorship In Situ
Effect of news organization and news genre on news credibility
Bingjie Liu & Lewen WeiDigital Journalism
2018-10-10Authenticity in Newspaper Coverage of Political Leaders’ Responses to Disaster: A Historical StudyRosemary WilliamsonJournalism Studies
2018-10-10Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications Accreditation: Quality or Compliance?Robin Blom, Brian J. Bowe & Lucinda D. DavenportJournalism Studies
2018-10-11Exploring Machine Learning to Study the Long-Term Transformation of News
Digital newspaper archives, journalism history, and algorithmic transparency
Marcel Broersma & Frank HarbersDigital Journalism
2018-10-11Bouncing off the Paywall – Understanding Misalignments Between Local Newspaper Value Propositions and Audience ResponsesRagnhild Kristine Olsen & Mona Kristin SolvollInternational Journal on Media Management
2018-10-11Normative and Audience Discourses on Public Service Journalism at a “Critical Juncture”: the Case of TVE in SpainMaría Lamuedra, Concha Mateos Martín & Manuel A. Broullón-LozanoJournalism Studies
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2018-10-11Defying transparency: Ghostwriting from the Jazz Age to social mediaJohn Carvalho, Angie Chung, Michael KoliskaJournalism
2018-10-11Censorship and Suppression of the Irish Provincial Press, 1914–1921Christopher DoughanMedia History
2018-10-12Looking for community in community news: An examination of public-spirited content in online local news sitesSummer Harlow, Monica ChadhaJournalism
2018-10-13Magic words or talking point? The framing of ‘radical Islam’ in news coverage and its effectsJennifer Hoewe, Brian J. BoweJournalism
2018-10-14Othering the European Union through constructing moral panics over ‘im/migrant(s)’ in the coverage of migration in three British newspapers, 2011–2016Jingrong Tong, Landong ZuoInternational Communication Gazette
2018-10-15Naturalizing negativity: how journalism textbooks justify crime, conflict, and “bad” newsPerry ParksCritical Studies in Media Communication
2018-10-16My Friends, Editors, Algorithms, and I
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2018-10-16Rifts in the Hegemony: Swedish News Journalism on Cannabis LegalizationErnesto AbaloJournalism Studies
2018-10-16Explaining the Gender Gap in News Avoidance: “News-Is-for-Men” Perceptions and the Burdens of CaretakingBenjamin Toff & Ruth A. PalmerJournalism Studies
2018-10-16Media ownership and market structures: banes of news media sustainability in Nigeria?Tokunbo OjoMedia, Culture & Society
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2018-10-17It is in the numbers: How market orientation impacts journalists’ use of news metricsPatrick FerrucciJournalism
2018-10-17Media performance in the ‘age of austerity’: British newspaper coverage of the 2008 financial crisis and its aftermath, 2008–2010Andrew MullenJournalism
2018-10-17Morphology and typology of China correspondents: A habitus-based approachYuan ZengJournalism
2018-10-17From confrontations to civil liberties: Newspaper photo framing of police brutality and riots in Los Angeles 1992 and Ferguson, Missouri 2014Anan Wan, Tara Marie Mortensen, Yicheng Zhu, Jo-Yun LiNewspaper Research Journal
2018-10-17Political TV interviews in Austria 1981–2016 – Structures and strategies through times of substantial change in media and politicsAndreas RiedlCommunications
The European Journal of Communication Research
2018-10-18The Life Cycle and Conventions of Nineteenth-Century Breaking News: Disaster Reporting of the 1875 Virginia City FireKatrina J. QuinnAmerican Journalism
2018-10-18Reading Helen Jewett’s Murder: The Historiographical Problems and Promises of JournalismMichael BuozisAmerican Journalism
2018-10-18The Accidental Press Critic: Newsroom Ethnography and Resistance to Self-criticism and Management Change at the New York Times in 1974Kevin M. LernerAmerican Journalism
2018-10-18A corpus-driven analysis of representations of Syrian asylum seekers in the Turkish press 2011–2016İbrahim EfeDiscourse & Communication
2018-10-18Journalistic Writing Competencies of AB Communication Students: Basis for Development of Training Manual in JournalismWilliam Mel C PaglinawanGlobal Media Journal
2018-10-19Interaction and Influence on Twitter
Comparing the discourse relationships between user types on five topics
Sanja Kapidzic, Christoph Neuberger, Stefan Stieglitz & Milad MirbabaieDigital Journalism
2018-10-19Assessing the consumer-based brand equity of news media firms: a new validated scaleMaría Victoria-Mas, Ivan Lacasa-Mas & Frederic MarimonJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-10-19An attention economy trap? An empirical investigation into four news companies’ Facebook traffic and social media revenueMerja MyllylahtiJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-10-19Lack of trust in the news media, institutional weakness, and relational journalism as a potential way forwardSeth C LewisJournalism
2018-10-19Who Drives the Agenda: Media or Parties? A Seven-Country Comparison in the Run-Up to the 2014 European Parliament ElectionsA. Severin Jansen, Beatrice Eugster, Michaela Maier, Silke AdamThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-10-21The Islamic State in the News: Journalistic Differentiation of Islamist Terrorism From Islam, Terror News Proximity, and Islamophobic AttitudesChristian von Sikorski, Jörg Matthes, Desirée SchmuckCommunication Research
2018-10-22Exposure to news about the South China Sea, nationalism, and government evaluation: examining the mediation roles of third-person effects and online discussionXueqing Li & Lei GuoChinese Journal of Communication
2018-10-22Exploring the Networks of News Production: Frame Building and Source Use During the 2014 U.S. Midterm ElectionsBethany Anne Conway-SilvaJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-10-23Incidental News Exposure on Facebook as a Social Experience: The Influence of Recommender and Media Cues on News SelectionJohannes Kaiser, Tobias R. Keller, Katharina Kleinen-von KönigslöwCommunication Research
2018-10-23News Flows, Inter-Media Connectivity and Societal Resilience in Times of CrisisSteen Steensen & Tine EideDigital Journalism
2018-10-23Aestheticizing suffering: Evaluative stance in pulitzer-winning photos of refugees’ crisis in EuropeRania Magdi FawzyDiscourse, Context & Media
2018-10-23Searching for Watchdogs: Investigating Journalistic Role Performance Using Latent-Class AnalysisSebastian Scherr, Marko Bachl & Claes H. de VreeseJournalism Studies
2018-10-23Payday loans in the press: a discourse-mythological analysis of British newspaper coverage of the payday loan industryKate Budd, Darren Kelsey, Frank Mueller & Andrea WhittleSocial Semiotics
2018-10-24Reframing Central American Migration From Narrative JournalismDolors Palau-SampioJournal of Communication Inquiry
2018-10-24The End of Ombudsmen? 21st-Century Journalism and Reader RepresentativesPatrick FerrucciJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-10-25Potential Benefits of Teaching Mindfulness to Journalism StudentsMark Pearson, Cait McMahon, Analise O’DonovanAsia Pacific Media Educator
2018-10-25Don’t read the comments: the effects of abusive comments on perceptions of women authors’ credibilityKathleen Searles, Sophie Spencer & Adaobi DuruInformation, Communication & Society
2018-10-25Shaping Doctors and Society
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2018-10-25The social silos of journalism? Twitter, news media and partisan segregationJohn Wihbey, Kenneth Joseph, David LazerNew Media & Society
2018-10-26The Consequences of Strategic News Coverage for Democracy: A Meta-AnalysisAlon ZoiznerCommunication Research
2018-10-26Closing the Gap Between Photojournalist Research and Photojournalism Practice: Exploring the Motivations of the Subjects of Sensitive Photo EssaysTara M. Mortensen, Brian P. McDermott, Khadija Ejaz & Daniel D. HaunJournalism Practice
2018-10-26Experiencing Local News Online: Audience Practices and PerceptionsAgnes Gulyas, Sarah O’Hara & Jon EilenbergJournalism Studies
2018-10-26When Comments and Quotes Collide: How Exemplars and Prior Attitudes Affect News CredibilityT. Franklin WaddellJournalism Studies
2018-10-26Creating a Critical Civic Consciousness
Reporting local government in the nineteenth century provincial press
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2018-10-26The impact of newspaper reports on fear of violent crime in Hong KongRunping Zhu, Richard Krever, Alfred Siu Kay ChoiNewspaper Research Journal
2018-10-26Participatory spaces in online media: Half-opening the gates to usersMirjana PanticNewspaper Research Journal
2018-10-26Remaining close to home: Small daily newspapers provide (mostly) hyperlocal election news during 2016 electionsChristina C. Smith, James R. SchiffmanNewspaper Research Journal
2018-10-26Media Ownership and News Coverage of International ConflictMatthew A. Baum & Yuri M. ZhukovPolitical Communication
2018-10-29Competitive pressure and profitability of newspaper publishing in 12 European countriesTom Björkroth & Mikko GrönlundJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-10-29Textbook News Values: Stable Concepts, Changing ChoicesPerry ParksJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-10-29Taking it from the team: Assessments of bias and credibility in team-operated sports mediaMichael Mirer, Megan A. Duncan, Michael W. WagnerNewspaper Research Journal
2018-10-30Framing the Syrian Refugee Crisis: A Comparative Analysis of Arabic and English News SourcesSrividya Ramasubramanian, Caitlin MilesInternational Journal of Communication
2018-10-30The Panama and Paradise Papers. The Rise of a Global Fourth EstatePeter Berglez, Amanda GearingInternational Journal of Communication
2018-10-30The Influence-Network Model of the Photojournalistic IconNicole Smith Dahmen, Natalia Mielczarek, David D. PerlmutterJournalism & Communication Monographs
2018-10-30What Drives Populist Styles? Analyzing Immigration and Labor Market News in 11 CountriesMartin Wettstein, Frank Esser, Florin Büchel, Christian Schemer, Dominique S. Wirz, Anne Schulz, Nicole Ernst, Sven Engesser, Philipp MüllerJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-10-30Reducing Native Advertising Deception: Revisiting the Antecedents and Consequences of Persuasion Knowledge in Digital News ContextsMichelle A. Amazeen & Bartosz W. WojdynskiMass Communication and Society
2018-10-30The roles and functions of opinion journalistsKimberly Kelling, Ryan J. ThomasNewspaper Research Journal
2018-10-30News publishing across platforms: Gatekeeping for print, web, Facebook and TwitterDanny PaskinNewspaper Research Journal
2018-10-30Western Europeans Under 30 View News Media Less Positively, Rely More on Digital Platforms Than Older AdultsKaterina Eva Matsa, Laura Silver, Elisa Shearer and Mason WalkerPew Research Report
2018-10-31Perceptions and realities: The main sources of information for non-Muslim Australians about the religion of Islam and Muslim peopleKate O’Donnell, Jacqui Ewart, Shannon WaldingJournalism
2018-10-31Not bloke-ified enough? Women journalists, supermarket industry and the debate on sugar in the British press (2010-2015)Martina TopicNewspaper Research Journal
2018-10-31Journalism Conundrum: Perceiving Location and Geographic Space Norms and ValuesAmy Schmitz WeissWestminster Papers in Communication and Culture
2018-11-01Not So Distinct After All: Assessing Social Stratification of News Users on the WebJacob ØrmenJournalism Studies
2018-11-01The Discipline-Autonomy Paradox: How U.S. Journalism Textbooks Construct Reporters’ Freedom Just to Tear it DownPerry ParksJournalism Studies
2018-11-01When Medicine Meets Media: How Health News is Co-produced Between Health and Media ProfessionalsJoyce Stroobant, Sarah Van den Bogaert & Karin RaeymaeckersJournalism Studies
2018-11-01New media clues and old journalistic habits: Representing the refugees in Romanian mediaValentina Marinescu, Ecaterina BalicaJournalism
2018-11-01The Ethics of Care as a Universal Framework for Global JournalismMohammad Delwar Hossain & James AucoinJournal of Media Ethics
2018-11-01Reinforcing attitudes in a gatewatching news era: Individual-level antecedents to sharing fact-checks on social mediaMichelle A. Amazeen, Chris J. Vargo & Toby HoppCommunication Monographs
2018-11-01Who is Addressed in this Comment?: Automatically Classifying Meta-Comments in News CommentsMarlo Häring, Wiebke Loosen, Walid MaalejProceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction - CSCW
2018-11-01Journalism, Image and Power: Repertoire for Racial RepresentationsRosane BorgesGlobal Media Journal
2018-11-02Changing objective: Re-examining the Journalist and the MurdererPatrick WaltersNewspaper Research Journal
2018-11-02Social media and connective journalism: The formation of counterpublics and youth civic participationRegina Marchi, Lynn Schofield ClarkJournalism
2018-11-02Identifying Media Effects Through Low-Cost, Multiwave Field ExperimentsKimberly Gross, Ethan Porter & Thomas J. WoodPolitical Communication
2018-11-03Fake News in the News: An Analysis of Partisan Coverage of the Fake News PhenomenonXunru Che, Danaë Metaxa-Kakavouli, Jeffrey T. HancockCSCW '18 Companion of the 2018 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing
2018-11-04Comparing legacy media responses to the changing business of news: Cross-national similarities and differences across media typesAlessio Cornia, Annika Sehl, Rasmus Kleis NielsenInternational Communication Gazette
2018-11-04Photographing the ‘battlefield’: The role of ideology in photojournalist practices during the anti-austerity protests in GreeceAnastasia Veneti, Darren G Lilleker, Paul ReillyJournalism
2018-11-04Filicide, journalism and the ‘disempowered man’ in three Australian cases 2010–2016Janine LittleJournalism
2018-11-06Data Journalism Sustainability
An outlook on the future of data-driven reporting
Florian Stalph & Eddy Borges-ReyDigital Journalism
2018-11-06Comparing Innovation and Social Media Strategies in Scandinavian and US NewspapersKatja Lehtisaari, Mikko Villi, Mikko Grönlund, Carl-Gustav Lindén, Bozena I. Mierzejewska, Robert Picard & Axel RoepnackDigital Journalism
2018-11-06The Need for Smarter Definitions and Practical, Timely Empirical Research on Information DisorderClaire WardleDigital Journalism
2018-11-06Hyperlocal News And Media AccountabilityCarina TenorDigital Journalism
2018-11-06The Networked Freelancer?
Digital labour and freelance journalism in the age of social media
Kathryn Hayes & Henry SilkeDigital Journalism
2018-11-06News by Numbers
The evolution of analytics in journalism
Nicole Blanchett NeheliDigital Journalism
2018-11-06Making sense of innovative and disruptive news in the digital ageChrysi DagoulaJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06Constructive journalismChrysi DagoulaJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06Local news in a digital world: Stand up and start up, instead of copy and pasteBart BrouwersJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06Repairing a fractured field: Dynamics of collaboration, normalization and appropriation at intersections of newsworkScott A. Eldridge IIJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06‘Disruption’ in UK journalism education? A study of narratives of resilienceJohn SteelJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06‘Professionally we’re definitely in this together’Julian PetleyJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06Encountering disruption: Adaptation, resistance and changeScott A. Eldridge II & Marcel BroersmaJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06The grey area in the practice of online journalism in ChinaTianbo XuJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06Framing of a Brazilian Crisis: Dilma Rousseff’s Impeachment in National and International EditorialsLiziane Guazina, Hélder Prior & Bruno AraújoJournalism Practice
2018-11-06Enhancing Local Live Tweet Stream to Detect NewsHong Wei, Jagan Sankaranarayanan, Hanan SametLENS'18 Proceedings of the 2nd ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Analytics for Local Events and News
2018-11-07What Drives Media Use in Authoritarian Regimes? Extending Selective Exposure Theory to IranMagdalena Wojcieszak, Erik C. Nisbet, Lea Kremer, Golnoosh Behrouzian, Carroll GlynnThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-11-07Understanding News Story Chains using Information Retrieval and Network Clustering TechniquesTom Nicholls & Jonathan BrightCommunication Methods and Measures
2018-11-07Immersive Journalism and Telepresence
Does virtual reality news use affect news credibility?
Seok Kang, Erin O’Brien, Arturo Villarreal, Wansoo Lee & Chad MahoodDigital Journalism
2018-11-07Digital News Report 2018 - Turkey Supplementary ReportServet YanatmaReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2018-11-08Designing a Renaissance for Digital News MediaAnette NovakMedia and Communication
2018-11-08The Midlife Crisis of the Network SocietyNikki Usher, Matt CarlsonMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Commentary on News and Participation through and beyond Proprietary Platforms in an Age of Social MediaJames E. KatzMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Networked News Participation: Future PathwaysSue Robinson, Yidong WangMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Hybrid Engagement: Discourses and Scenarios of Entrepreneurial JournalismJuho Ruotsalainen, Mikko VilliMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Strangers to the Game? Interlopers, Intralopers, and Shifting News ProductionAvery E. Holton, Valerie Belair-GagnonMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Why We Should Keep Studying Good (and Everyday) Participation: An Analogy to Political ParticipationNeta Kligler-VilenchikMedia and Communication
2018-11-08The Moral Gatekeeper? Moderation and Deletion of User-Generated Content in a Leading News ForumSvenja Boberg, Tim Schatto-Eckrodt, Lena Frischlich, Thorsten QuandtMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Alternative Media and the Notion of Anti-Systemness: Towards an Analytical FrameworkKristoffer HoltMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Dark ParticipationThorsten QuandtMedia and Communication
2018-11-08From Counter-Power to Counter-Pepe: The Vagaries of Participatory Epistemology in a Digital AgeC.W Anderson, Matthias Revers Media and Communication
2018-11-08A Decade of Research on Social Media and Journalism: Assumptions, Blind Spots, and a Way ForwardSeth C. Lewis, Logan MolyneuxMedia and Communication
2018-11-08News and Participation through and beyond Proprietary Platforms in an Age of Social MediaOscar Westlund, Mats EkströmMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Experiences of External Interference Among Finnish Journalists
Prevalence, methods and implications
Ilmari HiltunenNordicom Review
2018-11-08What changed public opinion on the same-sex marriage issue? New implications of attribute measures and attribute priming in media agenda settingVictoria Y. Chen, Paromita PainNewspaper Research Journal
2018-11-08Psychological Armor: The Science News-Letter Warns Against Propaganda (1926–1965)Susan E. SwanbergJournalism Studies
2018-11-08The Evolution of Data Journalism: A Case Study of AustraliaScott Wright & Kim DoyleJournalism Studies
2018-11-08 From Consumer Demand to User Engagement: Comparing the Popularity and Virality of Election Coverage on the InternetJacob ØrmenThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-11-09Framing Brexit: The role, and the impact, of the national newspapers on the EU ReferendumDavid KhabazNewspaper Research Journal
2018-11-09Journalism cannot solve journalism’s problemsHenrik ÖrnebringJournalism
2018-11-09Media work, identity, and the motivations that shape branding practices among journalists: An explanatory frameworkLogan Molyneux, Seth C Lewis, Avery E HoltonNew Media & Society
2018-11-11“Thank god for Deadspin”: Interlopers, metajournalistic commentary, and fake news through the lens of “journalistic realization”Scott A Eldridge, IINew Media & Society
2018-11-12A Meta-Analysis of News Media’s Public Agenda-Setting Effects, 1972-2015Yunjuan Luo, Hansel Burley, Alexander Moe, Mingxiao SuiJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-11-12News on the fly: journalist-audience online engagement success as a cultural matching processValerie Belair-GagnonMedia, Culture & Society
2018-11-12‘Rival visions of reality’: An analysis of the framing of Boko Haram in Nigerian newspapers and TwitterMercy Ette, Sarah JoeMedia, War & Conflict
2018-11-12Shaping the perception of African conflicts through framing: A case study of the African diasporic press in the UKOla OgunyemiMedia, War & Conflict
2018-11-12Framing conflicts in digital and transnational media environmentsCurd B Knüpfer, Robert M EntmanMedia, War & Conflict
2018-11-12Breaking the language barrier? Comparing TV news frames across texts in different languagesSumaya Al NahedMedia, War & Conflict
2018-11-12“The facts don’t work”: The EU referendum campaign and the journalistic construction of ‘Post-truth politics’Jeremy CollinsDiscourse, Context & Media
2018-11-13Perceptions of Media Roles in Serbia and Croatia: Does News Orientation Have an Impact?Ivanka Pjesivac & Iveta ImreJournalism Studies
2018-11-13The Impact of Constructive News on Affective and Behavioural ResponsesDenise Baden, Karen McIntyre & Fabian HombergJournalism Studies
2018-11-13Direct and Indirect Effects of Involvement on Hostile Media Perceptions in the Context of the Refugee Crisis in Germany and SwitzerlandDorothee Arlt, Caroline Dalmus & Julia MetagMass Communication and Society
2018-11-13Should the Media Be More or Less Powerful in Politics? Individual and Contextual Explanations for Politicians and JournalistsPhilip Baugut & Sebastian ScherrPolitical Communication
2018-11-14Audience Engagement, Reciprocity, and the Pursuit of Community Connectedness in Public Media JournalismValerie Belair-Gagnon, Jacob L. Nelson & Seth C. LewisJournalism Practice
2018-11-14Human Security as a Conceptual Framework: The Case of Palestinian JournalistsCarol B. Schwalbe, Jeannine E. Relly, Sally Ann Cruikshank & Ethan H. SchwalbeJournalism Studies
2018-11-15Who Is Exposed to News? It Depends on How You Measure: Examining Self-Reported Versus Behavioral News Exposure MeasuresEmily K. Vraga, Melissa TullySocial Science Computer Review
2018-11-15The Whole World Is Watching: Comparing European and United States News Coverage of the U.S. 2008 and 2016 ElectionsPeter Van Aelst, Rens Vliegenthart, Amber E. BoydstunInternational Journal of Communication
2018-11-15Routine Adjustments: How Journalists Framed the Charleston ShootingsWilliam P. Cassidy, Betty H. La France, Sam BabinInternational Journal of Communication
2018-11-15The effect of direct press support on the diversity of news content in NorwayHelle Sjøvaag & Truls André PedersenJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-11-15The role of British newspapers in framing the public perception and experience of European radio 1930 to 1939Paul RixonMedia History
2018-11-15Who Is Exposed to News? It Depends on How You Measure: Examining Self-Reported Versus Behavioral News Exposure MeasuresEmily K. Vraga, Melissa TullySocial Science Computer Review
2018-11-15Children’s news in Australia: content for young readers in Crinkling NewsPeter English, Renee Barnes, Jane Fynes-Clinton & Leicha StewartJournal of Children and Media
2018-11-15The Future of Voice and the Implications for NewsNic NewmanReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism report
2018-11-16Towards nuanced universality: Developing a concept bible for public service online news productionJenni HokkaEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-11-16News values on social media: Exploring what drives peaks in user activity about organizations on TwitterTheo Araujo, Toni GLA van der MeerJournalism
2018-11-16Principles and Boundaries of Fact-checking: Journalists’ PerceptionsPaul MenaJournalism Practice
2018-11-16Identity(ies) Explored: How Journalists’ Self-conceptions Influence Small-town NewsChristina C. SmithJournalism Practice
2018-11-16Journalism’s Relationship to Democracy: Roles, Attitudes, and PracticesJ. David Wolfgang, Tim P. Vos & Kimberly KellingJournalism Studies
2018-11-16The social foreign correspondent: reconfiguring journalistic branding research in the age of social mediaYuan Zeng & Yunya SongPopular Communication
2018-11-18Qatar in Egypt: The politics of Al JazeeraMarwa MaziadJournalism
2018-11-19Leadership, gender and the Arab media: a perception study of female journalists in EgyptCharles Wharton Kaye-Essien & Mai IsmailFeminist Media Studies
2018-11-19An investigation of the conceptualization of peace and war in peace journalism studies of media coverage of national and international conflictsValerie Gouse, Mariely Valentin-Llopis, Stephen Perry, Beryl NyamwangeMedia, War & Conflict
2018-11-20Trust in the European Union: Effects of the information environmentAnna Brosius, Erika J van Elsas, Claes H de VreeseEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-11-20How Right-Wing Extremists Use and Perceive News MediaPhilip Baugut, Katharina NeumannJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-11-20Ethical Boundaries among Freelance JournalistsBirgit Røe MathisenJournalism Practice
2018-11-20Doing “Well” or Doing “Good”: What Audience Analytics Reveal About Journalism’s Competing GoalsJacob L. Nelson & Edson C. Tandoc Jr.Journalism Studies
2018-11-20Strategic transformations in the mediaJohn J. OliverJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-11-20Stereotyping in representing the “Chinese Dream” in news reports by CNN and BBCJiayu WangSemiotica
2018-11-21Untrustworthy News and the Media as “Enemy of the People?” How a Populist Worldview Shapes Recipients’ Attitudes toward the MediaNayla FawziThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-11-21German Newsreels as Agents of HistorySigrun LehnertMedia History
2018-11-22Exploring the effects of polls on public opinion: How and when media reports of policy preferences can become self-fulfilling prophesiesBenjamin ToffResearch & Politics
2018-11-22All climate stories worth telling. Salience and positionality at the intersection of news values and framesRenée Moernaut, Jelle Mast, Martina TemmermanDiscourse, Context & Media
2018-11-22Making Sense of Data Journalism from Bangladesh PerspectiveMd Aminul IslamGlobal Media Journal
2018-11-23When the subaltern speaks: Re-examining indigenous-language media as alternative public sphere during colonial South AfricaGilbert MotsaathebeJournal of African Media Studies
2018-11-23The plight of the private press during the Zimbabwe crisis (2010–18)Pedzisai RuhanyaJournal of African Media Studies
2018-11-23Media coverage of child rights issues in Uganda: The case of The New VisionIvan Ashaba, Marlon AgabaJournal of African Media Studies
2018-11-23Hanging the Sin Eater: International Criminal Law’s Failure to Engage with the Role of Media in a Criminal StateMark BourrieCanadian Journal of Communication
2018-11-23Digital Solidarity, Analog Mobilization: An Ethnography of the Technology-Embedded Protest Networks of the Québec Student StrikeDoug TewksburyCanadian Journal of Communication
2018-11-23An Examination of the Framing of Climate Change by the Government of Canada, 2006-2016Andrew ChaterCanadian Journal of Communication
2018-11-23New Uses of "Old" Media: Exploring Technologies-in-Use in NunavutKareena CoelhoCanadian Journal of Communication
2018-11-23Balanced Journalism Amplifies Minority Positions: A Case Study of the Newspaper Coverage of a Fluoridation PlebisciteSimon J. Kiss, Karly Rath, Andrea PerrellaCanadian Journal of Communication
2018-11-25Acehnese or Indonesian?: Post-conflict representation of identity in a local newspaperNasya BahfenPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-25The Night Watch: Filipino TV journalists and Oplan TokhangMariquit Almario-GonzalezPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-25Phoenix rising 2000: How Timor-Leste’s media bloomed from the ashes of violence and bloody conflictBob HowarthPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-25Analysis of a beat-up: The structuring of a sensational media storyBrian MartinPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-25Internationalisation of the 'hidden' West Papua issue: A regional media matter for Melanesia and the PacificJohnny BladesPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-26Partisan Information Sources and Affective Polarization: Panel Analysis of the Mediating Role of Anger and FearYanqin Lu, Jae Kook LeeJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-11-27Journalism, journalism education and a region's integration: The case of Southeast AsiaJeremaiah M. OpinianoPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-27Representations of Islam and Muslims in New Zealand mediaKhairiah A RahmanPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-27Fearful Conservatives, Angry Liberals: Information Processing Related to the 2016 Presidential Election and Climate ChangeJanet Z. Yang, Haoran Chu, LeeAnn KahlorJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-11-27Examining the Roles of Political Social Network and Internal Efficacy on Social Media News Engagement: A Comparative Study of Six Asian CountriesMichael Chan, Hsuan-Ting Chen, Francis L. F. LeeThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-11-27Video Killed the News Article? Comparing Multimodal Framing Effects in News Videos and ArticlesThomas E. Powell, Hajo G. Boomgaarden, Knut De Swert & Claes H. de VreeseJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2018-11-27Hardwired for News: Affective Intelligence and Political AttentionW. Russell Neuman, George E. Marcus & Michael B. MacKuenJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2018-11-27Influential News: Impact of Print Media Reports on the Fulfillment of Election PromisesPetia KostadinovaPolitical Communication
2018-11-28Beyond the Bubble: Assessing the Diversity of Political Search ResultsCornelius PuschmannDigital Journalism
2018-11-28Political Leaning and Coverage Sentiment: Are Conservative Newspapers More Negative Toward Women?Eran ShorSocial Science Quarterly
2018-11-28Earning Iowa: Local Newspapers and the Invisible PrimaryJoshua P. DarrSocial Science Quarterly
2018-11-28Subjectless images: visualization of migrants in Croatian and Slovenian public broadcasters’ online newsAndreja Vezovnik & Ljiljana ŠarićSocial Semiotics
2018-11-29Lost in uncertainty: How the Euro crisis affected European identity constructions in national media discoursesDennis Lichtenstein, Christiane EildersInternational Communication Gazette
2018-11-29Resources and repertoires: Elderly online practicesTobias Olsson, Ulli Samuelsson, Dino ViscoviEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-11-29Mo “Meta” Blues: How Popular Culture Can Act as Metajournalistic DiscoursePatrick FerrucciInternational Journal of Communication
2018-11-29Media Censures: The Hutchins Commission on the Press, the New York Intellectuals on Mass CultureStephen BatesInternational Journal of Communication
2018-11-29The news and its impact on Portuguese children’s perspectivesPatrícia SilveiraJournal of Children and Media
2018-11-29Time to step away from the ‘bright, shiny things’? Towards a sustainable model of journalism innovation in an era of perpetual changeJulie PosettiReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism report
2018-11-29Partisan Media, Polarized Audiences? A Qualitative Analysis of Online Political News and Responses in the United States, U.K., and The NetherlandsMichael HameleersInternational Journal of Public Opinion Research
2018-11-30New issue of British Journalism Review publishedBritish Journalism Review
2018-11-30When solution triggers more conflicts: Frames and tone of media coverage of the anti-open grazing law of Benue State, NigeriaCelestine Verlumun GeverMedia, War & Conflict
2018-11-30The (In)stability of Voters’ Perceptions of Competence and Associative Issue Ownership: The Role of Media Campaign CoverageAnke Tresch & Alexandra FeddersenPolitical Communication
2018-11-30Involuntary Witness: Amanda Alvear and the Coverage of the Massacre in Pulse in Spanish-Language News MediaDanny MendezJournal of Latin American Communication Research
2018-11-30Towards a Journalism-another: A proposal for periodist culture from and to Latin AmericaMaría Cruz Tornay, Martín OllerJournal of Latin American Communication Research
2018-11-30The Sovietization of Cuban Journalism. The Impact of Foreign Economy Dependency on Media Structures in a Post-Soviet EraSara Garcia SantamariaJournal of Latin American Communication Research
2018-12-01Is Any Publicity Good Publicity? Media Coverage, Party Institutions, and Authoritarian Power-SharingFengming Lu & Xiao MaPolitical Communication
2018-12-03Americans Still Prefer Watching to Reading the News – and Mostly Still Through TelevisionAmy MitchellPew Research Center survey
2018-12-03 Outside the Sports Closet: News Discourses of Professional Gay Male Athletes in the MainstreamLeigh M. Moscowitz, Andrew C. Billings, Khadija Ejaz, Jane O’BoyleJournal of Communication Inquiry
2018-12-04Blood and ink: the relationship between Islamic State propaganda and Western mediaAudrey Courty, Halim Rane & Kasun UbayasiriThe Journal of International Communication
2018-12-05Changing media representations of enemy leaders: A comparison between the Israeli–Palestinian and the Northern Ireland conflictsHila Lowenstein-BarkaiJournalism
2018-12-05Journalistic memory work and transitional justice in Chile: The case of the declassification of the Colonia Dignidad archives in BerlinCatalina Gaete SalgadoJournalism
2018-12-06Coming of Age: Developments in Digital-Born News Media in EuropeTom Nicholls, Nabeelah Shabbir, Lucas Graves,
and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen
Reuters Instute Report
2018-12-07Bottom Lines and Deadlines: Examining Local Digital News Startups’ Content Across Different Revenue-earning SitesMonica Chadha & Summer HarlowJournalism Practice
2018-12-07Press performance amid threats of terror: Exploring reporting thresholds and criticism in elite coverage of an Identity Cards BillJulian Matthews, Sarah CameronJournalism
2018-12-07Press performance amid threats of terror: Exploring reporting thresholds and criticism in elite coverage of an Identity Cards BillJulian Matthews, Sarah CameronJournalism
2018-12-09Revisiting the Two-Step Flow Model on Twitter: Interconnection of Self-Identified South Korean Twitter Opinion Leadership, News Consumption, News Links, and News CurationChang Sup ParkElectronic News
2018-12-10The Internet and Changes in the Media Industry: A 5-Year Cross-National Examination of Media Industries for 51 CountriesSung Wook JiJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-12-10Gathering evidence of evidence: News aggregation as an epistemological practiceMark CoddingtonJournalism
2018-12-10Gendered Communication Styles in the News: An Algorithmic Comparative Study of Conflict CoverageKeren Tenenboim-Weinblatt, Christian BadenCommunication Research
2018-12-11Spreading the Good News: Analyzing Socially Shared Inspirational News ContentQihao Ji, Arthur A. Raney, Sophie H. Janicke-Bowles, Katherine R. Dale, Mary Beth Oliver, Abigail Reed, Jonmichael Seibert, Arthur A. Raney, IIJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-12-11 Analysis of ‘proactive discourse’ in the construction of local community by the media during the 2013 Tasmanian bushfire in AustraliaWeimin ZhangJournalism
2018-12-11Freedom of information lessons from India: Collaboration, co-production and rights-based agenda buildingJeannine E Relly, Rajdeep PakanatiJournalism
2018-12-11Regional newspapers’ sourcing strategies: Changes in media-citation and self-citation from a longitudinal perspectiveRamona Vonbun-Feldbauer, Leyla DogruelJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-11Kanye West and the Digital Information Matrix: Lessons on Misinformation from a Hip Hop Artist
Caithlin MercerReuters Institute Fellow Paper
2018-12-12Coverage of Taliban conflict in the Pak–Afghan press: A comparative analysisShabir Hussain, Syed Abdul SirajInternational Communication Gazette
2018-12-12‘Vox Twitterati’: Investigating the effects of social media exemplars in online news articlesAndrew R N Ross, Delia DumitrescuNew Media & Society
2018-12-12News finds me perception and democracy: Effects on political knowledge, political interest, and votingHomero Gil de Zúñiga, Trevor DiehlNew Media & Society
2018-12-13Sinking Strangers: Media Representations of Climate Refugees on the BBC and Al JazeeraElida Høeg, Christopher D. TullochJournal of Communication Inquiry
2018-12-13The Backbone Structure of Audience Networks: A New Approach to Comparing Online News Consumption Across CountriesSílvia Majó-Vázquez, Rasmus K. Nielsen & Sandra González-BailónPolitical Communication
2018-12-13An Industry-Led Debate: How UK Media Cover Artificial IntelligenceJ. Scott Brennen, Philip N. Howard, and Rasmus Kleis-NielsenReuters Institute Factsheet
2018-12-16Participation in Local Journalism. Assessing Two Approaches through Access, Dialogue and DeliberationLaura Ahva, Victor WiardSur le journalisme
2018-12-16What We Talk about When We Talk about Local Journalism. Tacit Knowledge during the Digital ShiftKarianne Sørgård OlsenSur le journalisme
2018-12-16Innovating contextual genres. A strategy to sustain regional democratic relevance?Birgit Røe Mathisen, Lisbeth MorlandstøSur le journalisme
2018-12-17Interested in Diversity
The role of user attitudes, algorithmic feedback loops, and policy in news personalization
Balázs Bodó, Natali Helberger, Sarah Eskens & Judith MöllerDigital Journalism
2018-12-17Self-Censorship Among Student Journalists Based on Perceived Threats and RisksLee K. Farquhar, Michael Clay CareyJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-12-17Political social identity and selective exposureShira Dvir-GvirsmanMedia Psychology
2018-12-17Framing internal politics in a conflict situation: A study of the 2014 election campaign news in the local newspapers in the Indian-administered Kashmir regionArif Hussain NadafMedia, War & Conflict
2018-12-18Conspiracy to Commit Murder? Canadian Newspaper Trades and Closures, 2010-2017Marc EdgeThe Canadian Journal of Media Studies
2018-12-18Practitioner perceptions: Critical junctures and the global emergence and challenges of fact-checkingMichelle A AmazeenInternational Communication Gazette
2018-12-19Eyes Wide Shut: Failures to Teach Student Journalists About Eyewitness ErrorRobin BlomJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2018-12-19The good, the bad, and the ugly: A corpus linguistics analysis of US newspaper coverage of Latinx, 1996–2016Erik Bleich, James P Callison, Georgia Grace Edwards, Mia Fichman, Erin Hoynes, Razan Jabari, A Maurits van der VeenJournalism
2018-12-19Lack of trust in the news media, institutional weakness, and relational journalism as a potential way forwardSeth C LewisJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Journalism under (ideological) threat: Safeguarding and enhancing public service media into the 21st centuryStephen CushionJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Truth: More valid than everKaarle NordenstrengJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19A forced opportunity: Climate change and journalismRisto KuneliusJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19From networked commercialism to networked authoritarianism: The biggest challenge to journalismJoseph M ChanJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Taking conspiracy culture seriously: Journalism needs to face its epistemological troubleJuliette De MaeyerJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Challenges facing Arab journalism, freedom, safety and economic securityZahera HarbJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The staging trap: Right-wing politics as a challenge for journalismKai HafezJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Journalism coming of (global) age, IISimon CottleJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The ontology of journalismDavid RyfeJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Journalistic challengesDavid H WeaverJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Journalism in a climate of hateCherian GeorgeJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)Journalism
2018-12-19Relevance, resistance, resilience: Journalism’s challenges in a global worldHerman WassermanJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Secret, repressive states worldwide and the threat to journalismRichard KeebleJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The social identity of journalistsDaniel KreissJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Journalism studies still needs to fix Western biasThomas HanitzschJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Triple crisis of journalismJames CurranJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The staging trap: Right-wing politics as a challenge for journalismKai HafezJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The murky ownership of the journalistic enterpriseJohn SoloskiJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The violence of the marketVictor PickardJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Journalism as procedure, journalism as valuesChris W. AndersonJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Recovering the real for news photographyStuart AllanJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19ContinuityHenrik BødkerJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Journalism needs a better argument: Aligning public goals with the realities of the digital news and information landscapeChris PetersJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Paywalls and public knowledge: How can journalism provide quality news for everyone?Rodney BensonJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19What to do about social media? Politics, populism and journalismRhys Crilley, Marie GillespieJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Habits of practice, habits of thoughtJane B SingerJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The biggest challenge facing journalism: A lack of trustKatherine FinkJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19(Dis)TrustNatalie FentonJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Native advertising and the cultivation of counterfeit newsTheodore L Glasser, Anita Varma, Sheng ZouJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The legitimacy paradoxMarcel BroersmaJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Where we are and whither we are tendingMichael SchudsonJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Fake news and ‘RussiaGate’ discourses: Propaganda in the post-truth eraOliver Boyd-BarrettJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The threat to the journalistic institutionStephen D ReeseJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The perpetual failure of journalismMatt CarlsonJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Crisis of shared public discourses: Journalism and how it all begins and ends with trustSue RobinsonJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19‘Who are those guys?’ The challenge of journalists’ identityMichael BromleyJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The challenge of local news provisionKarin Wahl-JorgensenJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Realizing the democratic functions of journalism in the digital age: New alliances and a return to old valuesFrank Esser, Christoph NeubergerJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19On creativityMark DeuzeJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19‘This time it’s different’: Covering threats to journalism and the eroding public sphereAdrienne RussellJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The vulnerabilities of journalismSilvio WaisbordJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Social media versus journalism and democracyVincent MoscoJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The truth is out there, somewhereBrian McNairJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Lying with impunityJohn NeroneJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19From by-line to bottom-line: Trust deficit in world’s largest democracyPrasun SonwalkarJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Journalism’s biggest challenge? JournalistsNikki UsherJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The importance of digital security to securing press freedomLokman TsuiJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Journalism’s epistemic crisis and its solution: Disinformation, datafication and source criticismSteen SteensenJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Why livestreaming symbolises journalism’s current challengesGlenda CooperJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Addressing sexual harassment in journalism educationLinda SteinerJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The challenge of thinking ecologicallyErik NeveuJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Seeking bearings: How journalism scholarship must assist in navigating the news industry in the digital vortexFrançois HeinderyckxJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19The existential predicament when journalism moves beyond journalismAlfred HermidaJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Journalism has no future: A hypothesis for the neo-liberal eraMartin ConboyJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-19Government frames and their influence on news framing: An analysis of cross-lagged correlations in the Mexican contextFrida V Rodelo, Carlos MuñizGlobal Media and Communication
2018-12-19Recognition and transformation: Beyond media discourses on the BRICSTom Dwyer, Olivier ArifonGlobal Media and Communication
2018-12-19The interaction of journalism and public relations in Russia: A self-perceptionGreg Simons, Dmitry StrovskyGlobal Media and Communication
2018-12-20Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Thief: An Investigation into the Role of Drones in JournalismCatherine AdamsDigital Journalism
2018-12-20Is public service broadcasting a threat to commercial media?Helle Sjøvaag, Truls André Pedersen, Thomas OwrenMedia, Culture & Society
2018-12-20Advancing children’s news media literacy: learning from the practices and experiences of young AustraliansTanya Notley, Michael DezuanniMedia, Culture & Society
2018-12-21Cultural journalists on social mediaNete Nørgaard KristensenMedieKultur
2018-12-22What influences media effects on public perception? A cross-national study of comparative agenda settingHong T Vu, Liefu Jiang, Lourdes M Cueva Chacón, Martin J Riedl, Duc V Tran, Piotr S BobkowskiInternational Communication Gazette
2018-12-25Increasing female participation in municipal elections via the use of local radio in conflict-affected settings: The case of the West Bank Municipal elections 2017Emma HeywoodJournalism
2018-12-25In search of a genocidal frame: Preliminary evidence from the Holocaust and the Rwandan genocideMaria ArmoudianMedia, War & Conflict
2018-12-26Palestinian media landscape: Experiences, narratives, and agendas of journalists under restrictionsIbrahim Hazboun, Ifat Maoz & Menahem BlondheimThe Communication Review
2018-12-27Do public relations practitioners perceptually share ingroup affiliation with journalists?David E. ClementsonPublic Relations Review
2018-12-28Audience Preferences in Determining Quality News Production of Backpack JournalismCharlie GeeElectronic News
2018-12-29Making news funny: Differences in news framing between journalists and comediansSara ÖdmarkJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-29The effects of news authorship, exclusiveness and media type in readers’ paying intent for online news: An experimental studyManuel Goyanes, Juan Pablo Artero, Lara ZapataJournalism (Special 20th anniversary issue)
2018-12-29The Populist Radical Right and the Media in the Benelux: Friend or Foe?Léonie de JongeThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-12-30Authoritarian Cooptation of Urban Protests in China: Normative, Cognitive, and Regulatory Controls through the MediaFanxu Zeng, Jia Dai & Wei JiangChinese Journal of Communication
2018-12-30Fake News as a Critical Incident in JournalismEdson C. Tandoc Jr., Joy Jenkins & Stephanie CraftJournalism Practice
2018-12-30Engaged Journalism in Rural CommunitiesAndrea WenzelJournalism Practice
2018-12-30Now You See Me – Now You Don't: Journalists’ Experiences With SurveillanceAnthony MillsJournalism Practice
2018-12-30When partisans see media coverage as hostile:the effect of uncivil online comments on hostile media effectYoungju Kim & Hyunseo HwangMedia Psychology
2018-12-31The misunderstood nineteenth century U.S. press agentKaren Russell, Cayce MyersPublic Relations Review

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