Research of December 2022

Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in December 2022 about journalism research. The bolded titles have JRN articles written about the studies.


PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2022-12-01Who Fact-checks and Does It Matter? Examining the Antecedents and Consequences of Audience Fact-Checking Behaviour in Hong KongStella C. Chia,
Fangcao Lu,
Albert C. Gunther
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-12-01The International Journal of Press/PoliticsGilles BastinThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-12-01Legalization of press control under democratic backsliding: The case of post-national security law Hong KongFrancis LF Lee,
Chi-Kit Chan
Media, Culture & Society
2022-12-02Functional interlopers: Lifestyle journalists' discursive construction of boundaries against digital lifestyle influencersLydia Cheng,
Matthew Chew
2022-12-03Fleeing Danger for a Better Life? A Social-ecological Study of Internally Displaced Journalists in MexicoMarcelino Nieto-Brizio & Mireya Márquez-RamírezJournalism Studies
2022-12-03Search Engines and Free Speech: A Historical Analysis of Editorial Analogies and the Position of Media Companies and Users in US Free Speech DiscourseJennifer PetersenTelevision & New Media
2022-12-05Can News Literacy Help Reduce Belief in COVID Misinformation?Seth Ashley, Stephanie Craft, Adam Maksl, Melissa Tully & Emily K. VragaMass Communication and Society
2022-12-05Transgender reporting in the British press: editorial standards and discursive harms in the post-Leveson eraDimitris AkrivosJournal of Media Law
2022-12-05Not so fastEditorialBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05How I helped kill the high streetJessica HillBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Getting it right really mattersGeorgina LeeBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Where Russians go for the newsWendy SloaneBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Time to lie down for a little rest?Julian PetleyBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05The Mirror wins Cudlipp AwardOtherBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Catherine Mayer's speechCatherine MayerBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05A kindly Boswell, loyal to the lastAlex MassieBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Micro media systemsSigne Ravn-HøjgaardInternational Communication Gazette
2022-12-05Losing friends in high placesJane FaeBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Taking the lid off the lobbyJulia LangdonBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Downing Street loses the plotJames HanningBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Who do they think they are?Tom LeonardBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Here today and gone tomorrowDavid RobsonBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Matt Frei wins Wheeler AwardOtherBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Why journalism mattersMartin BrightBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Not just for oldiesJames BrindleBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Proof that I am meBen WhitelawBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05The way we wereOtherBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05How to find news storiesEmma RobinsonBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05Quotes of the QuarterOtherBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05TwitterwatchOtherBritish Journalism Review
2022-12-05The Hierarchy of Influences Model, National Culture, Human Development, and Journalism InfluencesSteve J. Collins,
William Kinnally,
Jennifer A. Sandoval
Electronic News
2022-12-05Impact of Job Risks on Job Performance and Propensity to Quit Journalism Among Television Camerapersons Covering Conflicts in NigeriaVerlumun Celestine Gever,
Felix Olajide Talabi,
Joshua Kayode Okunade,
Ayodeji Boluwatife Aiyesimoju,
Bernice Sanusi,
Samson Adedapo Bello,
Oberiri Destiny Apuke
Electronic News
2022-12-05“Hi, Folks!” Attention Populism as a Strategy for Dominating the Dissonant Information EnvironmentDavid Klimeš
Javnost - The Public
2022-12-06Empirical support for the Al-Jazeera Effect notion: Al-Jazeera's Twitter followingTal Samuel-AzranInternational Communication Gazette
2022-12-06Journalistic knowledge production during a social crisis: How journalists claimed professional authority during the Chilean social uprisingXimena Orchard,
Mario Fergnani
2022-12-06Just a “Mouthpiece of Biased Elites?” Populist Party Sympathizers and Trust in Czech Public Service MediaKlára Smejkal,
Jakub Macek,
Lukáš Slavík,
Jan Šerek
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-12-07How Journalists Cope with News Work’s Stresses While Remaining Creative Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Phenomenological StudyJasper Emmanuel Y. Arcalas, Jhoana Paula L. Tuazon & Jeremaiah M. OpinianoJournalism Practice
2022-12-07Designing and Delivering Experiential Journalism Tasks in Online Environments: A Framework Grounded in Cognitive Apprenticeship TheoryBrian Delaney

Journalism Studies
2022-12-07Truth on Demand: Influences on How Journalists in Italy, Spain, and Bulgaria Responded to Covid-19 Misinformation and DisinformationDarina Sarelska & Joy JenkinsJournalism Practice
2022-12-07Intermedia Attribute Agenda-Setting Among Hong Kong, U.S. and Mainland Chinese Media: The Case of Hong Kong Anti-Extradition Bill ProtestsYining Fan & Vincent P. WongMass Communication and Society
2022-12-07CASES AND COMMENTARIESGinny WhitehouseJournal of Media Ethics
2022-12-07Syria and Political Cartoons from the Perspective of the Cartoonist Ali FerzatSalud Adelaida Flores Borjabad Journal of Communication Inquiry
2022-12-08How publishers are learning to create and distribute news on TikTokNic NewmanReuters Insititute for Journalism
2022-12-08The role of German media and the (European) public sphere: Framing biases of the press using the example of the Italian sovereign debt crisis 2018Victoria Sophie Teschendorf Journalism
2022-12-09Remedying the fractured domain through slow journalism: A case of journalistic podcasting in IndiaSneha Gore Mehendale,
Ruchi Kher Jaggi
Media International Australia
2022-12-10Small world sampling: Qualitative sample reliability and validity for efficient and effective recruitment of journalists as research participantsAmira Firdaus,
Iffat Ali Aksar,
Jiankun Gong
2022-12-10Selection, Trust, and the Effects of Cable News ConsumptionJennifer Hoewe,
Janel Jett,
Amber Lusvardi,
Eric Wiemer
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-12-11The interplay of personal storytelling with rational justifications in online discussions: A qualitative exploration of news user commentsJulia JakobJavnost - The Public
2022-12-11The world around us and the picture(s) in our heads: The effects of news media use on belief organization
Isabella Glogger, Adam Shehata, David Nicolas Hopmann & Sanne Kruikemeier
Communication Monographs
2022-12-12Framing Food in the News: Still Keeping the Politics out of the BroccoliMichael Brüggemann, Jessica Kunert & Louise SprengelmeyerJournalism Practice
2022-12-12Selective exposure during uprisings: A comparative study of news uses in Chile, Hong Kong, Iran, Iraq, and LebanonJad Melki,
Claudia Kozman,
Claudia Mellado,
Claudio Elórtegui,
Clement Y. K. So,
Mostafa Movahedian,
Sahar Khalifa Salim,
Sally Farhat
International Communication Gazette
2022-12-12Suicide Reporting in the Nineteenth CenturyManina Mestas & Florian ArendtMedia History
2022-12-12Theoretical and Social Implications of Alternative ‘Feminist’ Media: Sexual Harassment and Intersectional Advocacy in IndiaIshani Mukherjee,
Priya V. Shah,
Tina E. Dexter
Journal of Communication Inquiry
2022-12-12Visual disinformation in a digital age: A literature synthesis and research agendaTeresa Weikmann,
Sophie Lecheler
New Media & Society
2022-12-13Revisiting the Impact of Structural Factors on Television Audience Behavior in the Streaming Age
Marianne Barrett, Chun Shao & Harrison Mantas

Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2022-12-13Dimensions of Peripherality in Journalism: A Typology for Studying New Actors in the Journalistic FieldFolker Hanusch & Kim LöhmannDigital Journalism
2022-12-13Publics of interest and the death of the critic on Australian TVRobert Boucaut,
Peter C Pugsley
Media International Australia
2022-12-14The Barack Benefit? A Content Analysis of How News Coverage of America’s First African American Presidential Family Alters the Overall Presentation of Blacks in NewsChristopher S. Josey
Travis L. Dixon
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-12-14Stated professional orientation, identity, and technical proficiency of journalists as predictors of the success of journalism crowdfunding campaignsNiv Mor,
Roei Davidson,
Yariv Tsfati
2022-12-14Academic explanatory journalism and emerging COVID-19 science: how social media accounts amplify The Conversation’s preprint coverageAlice Fleerackers,
Michelle Riedlinger,
Axel Bruns,
Jean Burgess
Media International Australia
2022-12-15Sticking to the status quo with a twist: Western media representations of fiscal negotiations during the Greek economic crisisTryfon BoukouvidisInternational Communication Gazette
2022-12-17“You suck it up and you deal with it”: Blind spots in investigative reporting and how to overcome themJessica Kunert,
Michael Brüggemann,
Jannis Frech,
Volker Lilienthal,
Wiebke Loosen
2022-12-19A Hero, a Ruler, and a Sidekick Walk into a Voting Booth: Visual Archetypal Characters and Their Stories in Editorial Cartoons After the 2020 U.S. Presidential ElectionNatalia MielczarekVisual Communication Quarterly
Journalistic Self-Regulation for Equality: The Role of Gender Editing in Spain

Maria Iranzo-Cabrera, Mònica Figueras-Maz & Marcel Mauri-Ríos
Journal of Media Ethics
2022-12-19Right-Wing Authoritarianism and Social Dominance Orientation as Mediators Between News Media Consumption and Perceived Migrant ThreatOpen DataOpen MaterialsDavid De Coninck, Jasper Van Assche & Leen D’Haenens
Mass Communication and Society
2022-12-19Humor in Satirical News Headlines: Analyzing Humor Form and Content, and Their Relations with Audience EngagementBritta C. Brugman, Christian Burgers, Camiel J. Beukeboom & Elly A. KonijnMass Communication and Society
2022-12-19An Examination of the Use of Fake Names Among Central Asian JournalistsBahtiyar Kurambayev & Karlyga MyssayevaJournal of Media Ethics
2022-12-19Objectivity and Moral Judgment in U.S. News Narratives: A Natural Language Processing Analysis of ‘Culture War’ CoverageMengyao Xu & Zhujin GuoJournal of Media Ethics
2022-12-20Soft power, sharp power? Exploring RT’s dual role in Russia’s diplomatic toolkitSofya Glazunova, Axel Bruns, Edward Hurcombe, Silvia Ximena Montaña-Niño, Souleymane Coulibaly & Abdul Karim ObeidInformation, Communication & Society
2022-12-20Editor’s NoteNicholas HirshonAmerican Journalism
2022-12-20Truth and the Politics of Deception: An Insider’s View of Washington’s Political-Journalistic ComplexGordon FreedmanAmerican Journalism
2022-12-20Party-Political and Ideological Partisanship in Danish Alternative Media: How Distinguishing between Types of Partisanship Can Advance Our Understanding of the Political Roles of Alternative MediaMiriam Kroman BremsJournalism Studies
2022-12-20Correction on African Journalists at Crossroads: Examining the Impact of China, US, and the UK’s Short-Journalism Training Programs Offered to African Journalists Gondwe, G.Journalism Studies
2022-12-20Trolling of female journalists on Twitter in Pakistan: an analysisShabir Hussain,
Hajra Bostan,
Irfan Qaisarani
Media International Australia
2022-12-21Scroll culture and authoritarian populism: how Turkish and Greek online news aggravate ‘refugee crisis’ tensionsLyndon C. S. Way & Dimitris SerafisCritical Discourse Studies
2022-12-21Perceptions of media influence and performance among politicians in European democraciesPeter MaurerInternational Communication Gazette
2022-12-21Media Ethics in the Digital World: Emerging Technology Concerns and Covid-19 Lessons
Yayu FengJournal of Media Ethics
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2022-12-21A distressing and peculiar disease: endometriosis in the Australian Press 1949–2011Erin BradshawMedia International Australia
2022-12-22Creating specialized corpora from digitized historical newspaper archives: An iterative bootstrapping approachJoshua Wilson BlackDigital Scholarship in the Humanities
2022-12-22At The Crossroads of Anti-Colonialism, Axis Propaganda and International CommunismBaijayanti RoyMedia History
2022-12-22Does Length Matter? The Impact of Fact-Check Length in Reducing COVID-19 Vaccine MisinformationEdson C. Tandoc Jr., James Chong Boi Lee, Sangwon Lee & Pei Jun QuekMass Communication and Society
2022-12-22Effects of Repeated Corrections of Misinformation on Organizational Trust: More is Not Always BetterNora Denner, Benno Viererbl & Thomas KochInternational Journal of Strategic Communication
2022-12-22Knowledge institutions in constitutional democracy: reflections on ‘the press’Vicki C. JacksonJournal of Media Law
2022-12-22AI ‘Everywhere and Nowhere’: Addressing the AI Intelligibility Problem in Public Service Journalism
Bronwyn Jones, Rhianne Jones & Ewa Luger
Digital Journalism
2022-12-22Towards a Normative Perspective on Journalistic AI: Embracing the Messy Reality of Normative IdealsNatali Helberger, Max van Drunen, Judith Moeller, Sanne Vrijenhoek & Sarah EskensDigital Journalism
2022-12-23Discursive Construction of Indian Nation: Examining Indian Newspaper Editorials on Abrogation of Article 370Rajendra P. MisraJournalism Practice
2022-12-23Boundaries, Barriers, and Champions: Understanding Digital Security Education in US Journalism ProgramsJennifer R. Henrichsen & Martin SheltonJournalism Studies
2022-12-23Journalism Education as Scientific Education: Research University Students’ Engagement with KnowledgeLeena Ripatti-Torniainen & Leena MikkolaJournalism Studies
2022-12-23The Gap Between What They Say and What They Do: Journalists’ Role Conception and Role Performance in Socialist-Communist ContextHong Tien Vu, Le Thanh Trieu, Giang Thi Truong Nguyen & Nguyet Thi Minh NguyenJournalism Studies
2022-12-23Constructive Journalism as an Adaptation to a Changing Media EnvironmentAlexander Mäder & Lars RinsdorfJournalism Studies
2022-12-23Folk theories of false information: A mixed-methods study in the context of Covid-19 in TurkeySuncem Koçer,
Bahadır Öz,
Gülten Okçuoğlu,
Fezal Tapramaz
New Media & Society
2022-12-23Knowledge of automated journalism moderates evaluations of algorithmically generated newsWonseok (Eric) Jang,
Dae Hee Kwak,
Erik Bucy
New Media & Society
2022-12-23Challenging Journalistic Authority in the Networked Affective Dynamics of #ChemnitzAna Makhashvili,
Débora Medeiros,
Margreth Lünenborg
Social Media + Society
2022-12-23A field theory approach to international journalism: The case of Indian journalists in the middle eastSubin Paul Journalism
2022-12-25PTSD in the News: Media Framing, Stigma, and Myths About Mental IllnessScott ParrottElectronic News
2022-12-26Whistleblowers and their Faith in JournalismKarin Assmann
Journalism Practice
2022-12-26News Audiences in the Age of Artificial Intelligence: Perceptions and Behaviors of Optimizers, Mainstreamers, and SkepticsJoon Soo Lim, Donghee Shin, Jun Zhang, Stephen Masiclat, Regina Luttrell & Dennis KinseyJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2022-12-26TikTok and its mediatic split: the promotion of ecumenical user-generated content alongside Sinocentric media globalizationKeith B WagnerMedia, Culture & Society
2022-12-27Mapping attention across multiple media tasksJacob T. Fisher, Frederic R. Hopp & René WeberMedia Psychology
2022-12-27Points of departure: Reflections on New Media & Society and the next 25 years in new media studiesLeah A LievrouwNew Media & Society
2022-12-28From the Capital to the Neighborhood: The Hyperlocal Media Model in the Spanish ContextMaría-Cruz Negreira-ReyJournalism Practice
2022-12-28Using Comics as a Media Literacy Tool for Marginalised Groups: The Case of Athens Comics LibraryLida TseneMedia and Communication
2022-12-28Mapping the Inclusion of Children and Youth With Disabilities in Media Literacy ResearchCarla Sousa, Conceição CostaMedia and Communication
2022-12-28Including the Experiences of Children and Youth in Media EducationMarkéta Supa, Lucie Römer, Vojtěch HodboďMedia and Communication
2022-12-28Digital Rights, Institutionalised Youths, and Contexts of InequalitiesMaria José Brites, Teresa Sofia CastroMedia and Communication
2022-12-28Joining and Gaining Knowledge From Digital Literacy Courses: How Perceptions of Internet and Technology Outweigh Socio-Demographic Factors
Azi Lev-On, Hama Abu-Kishk, Nili SteinfeldMedia and Communication
2022-12-28Transforming Disinformation on Minorities Into a Pedagogical Resource: Towards a Critical Intercultural News Literacy
Sílvia Melo-Pfeifer, Helena Dedecek GertzMedia and Communication
2022-12-28Aspiring to Dutchness: Media Literacy, Integration, and Communication with Eritrean Status HoldersRosanne van Kommer, Joke HermesMedia and Communication
2022-12-28Inclusive Media Education in the Diverse Classroom: A Participatory Action Research in GermanyÇiğdem BozdağMedia and Communication
2022-12-28Storytelling as Media Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue in Post-Colonial SocietiesMaria Teresa Cruz, Madalena MirandaMedia and Communication
2022-12-28Editorial: Inclusive Media Literacy Education for Diverse Societies
Çiğdem Bozdağ, Annamária Neag, Koen LeursMedia and Communication
2022-12-28Effects of Emotional Labor Engagement on Job Burnout: A Study of Chinese Frontline ReportersLei Guo
Journalism Studies
2022-12-28Between Two Crises: News Framing of Migration during the Greek-Turkish Border Crisis and COVID-19 in GreeceNaya Kalfeli, Christina Angeli, Antonis Gardikiotis & Christos FrangonikolopoulosJournalism Studies
2022-12-28From Counterpublic to the Mainstream: The New Black Press and the Public SphereSid BedingfieldJournalism Studies
2022-12-28Anti-populist fantasies: interrogating Veja's discursive constructions, from Lula to BolsonaroSebastián Ronderos & Jason GlynosCritical Discourse Studies
2022-12-28Media, Diversity, and Representation in the U.S.: A Review of the Quantitative Research Literature on Media Content and EffectsErica Scharrer, Srividya Ramasubramanian & Omotayo BanjoJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2022-12-28Funny You Mention It: A Synthesis of Published Research on Learning from Comedic Versus Serious NewsJulia R. FoxJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2022-12-28Value Consistency in Peace Journalism: Opposing Structural and Cultural Violence through Prodding for Positive PeaceStephen D. PerryJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2022-12-28What Does the Idea of Media Cultivation Mean?W. James PotterJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2022-12-28Media Enjoyment: A SynthesisKaryn Riddle, Xining Liao & Matt MinichJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2022-12-28The Need for Knowledge Integration, A JoBEM Synthesis EditorialShuhua ZhouJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2022-12-29Protest reporting across clientelist media systemsSummer Harlow,
Lindita Camaj,
Ivanka Pjesivac
International Communication Gazette
2022-12-29Considering Community-Centered Journalism in the New Media LandscapeAmanda B. WomacElectronic News
2022-12-30Studying media in the Czech Republic: past and presence of czech media studiesMartin Charvát, Jan Jirák & Barbara Köpplová Publizistik
2022-12-30Herkunftsnennung von Täter*innen und Verdächtigen in der VerbrechensberichterstattungChristoph Klimmt, Anja Dittrich M. A., Hans-Bernd Brosius, Hannah Schmid-Petri, Tanjev Schultz & Gerhard Vowe Publizistik
2022-12-30Intergroup Contact, Traditional and Social Media Use, and Attitudes Toward Chinese People in COVID-19: U.S. College Students’ Perspective
Yan Bing Zhang, Teri Terigele, Molly Han, Sile Li, Yang Yu, Racheal Ruble
International Journal of Communication
2022-12-30Believing in Credibility Measures: Reviewing Credibility Measures in Media Research From 1951 to 2018Anina Hanimann, Andri Heimann, Lea Hellmueller, Damian TrillingInternational Journal of Communication
2022-12-30The Mediating Role of Depression in the Relationship Between News Consumption and Interparty Hostility During Covid-19Meital Balmas, Renana Atia, Eran Halperin
International Journal of Communication
2022-12-30Social Media and Protest Behavior in a Restrictive Traditional Media Environment: The Case of the PhilippinesJason P. Abbott, Jason Gainous, Kevin M. Wagner
International Journal of Communication
2022-12-30Activists and Journalists as Co-Creators and Co-Revisionists of U.S. Histories: The 1619 New York Times Project
Elaine Almeida, Sue Robinson
International Journal of Communication
2022-12-30User Perceptions and Trust of Explainable Machine Learning Fake News Detectors

Jieun Shin, Sylvia Chan-Olmsted
International Journal of Communication
2022-12-30“A Very Difficult Choice”: Bolsonaro and Petismo in Brazilian Newspapers
Juliana Gagliardi, Camilla Tavares, Afonso de Albuquerque
International Journal of Communication

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