Research of February 2020

research of february 2020

Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in February 2020 about journalism research. The bolded titles link to JRN articles written about the studies.

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2020-02-29The United States of America’s interlocked information industry: An examination into seven U.S. media sectors’ boards of directorsJennifer L. HarkerJournal of Media Business Studies
2020-02-28Confirming Bias Without Knowing? Automatic Pathways Between Media Exposure and SelectivityAnne C. Kroon, Toni G. L. A. van der Meer, Dana MastroCommunication Research
2020-02-28Crowding out: Is there evidence that public service media harm markets? A cross-national comparative analysis of commercial television and online news providersAnnika Sehl, Richard Fletcher, Robert G PicardEuropean Journal of Communication
2020-02-28Screening for Erdoğanism: Television, post-truth and political fearBurçe Çelik European Journal of Communication
2020-02-28How Does News Media Exposure Amplify Publics’ Perceived Health Risks About Air Pollution in China? A Conditional Media Effect ApproachQing HuangInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-28Podcasting as Public Media: The Future of U.S. News, Public Affairs, and Educational PodcastsPatricia Aufderheide, David Lieberman, Atika Alkhallouf, Jiji Majiri UgbomaInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-28What Does it Take to Sustain a News Habit? The Role of Civic Duty Norms and a Connection to a "News Community" Among News Avoiders in the UK and SpainRuth Palmer, Benjamin ToffInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-28The Proliferation of the “News Finds Me” Perception Across SocietiesHomero Gil de Zúñiga, Nadine Strauss, Brigitte HuberInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-28From “Public Journalism” to “Engaged Journalism”: Imagined Audiences and Denigrating DiscoursePatrick Ferrucci, Jacob L. Nelson, Miles P. DavisInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-27On the Boundaries: Professional Photojournalists Navigating Identity in an Age of Technological DemocratizationPatrick Ferrucci, Ross Taylor & Kathleen I. AlaimoDigital Journalism
2020-02-27The Great Digital Migration: Exploring What Constitutes the Black Press OnlineMiya Williams FayneJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2020-02-27Mexican Journalism Under Siege. The Impact of Anti-press Violence on Reporters, Newsrooms, and SocietyRuben Arnoldo GonzalezJournalism Practice
2020-02-27Lebanese Television on Twitter: A Study of Uses and (Dis)EngagementClaudia Kozman & Raluca CozmaJournalism Practice
2020-02-27Engaged Journalism and News Work: A Sociotechnical Analysis of Organizational Dynamics and Professional ChallengesThomas R. Schmidt & Regina G. LawrenceJournalism Practice
2020-02-27Seeking Transnational, Digital-native News From Latin America: An Audience Analysis Through the Lens of Social CapitalVanessa de Macedo Higgins Joyce & Summer HarlowJournalism Studies
2020-02-27Facebooking a different campaign beat: party leaders, the press and public engagementKaren Ross, Susan Fountaine, Margie ComrieMedia, Culture & Society
2020-02-27Media discourse, sport and the nation: narratives and counter-narratives in the digital ageMax MauroMedia, Culture & Society
2020-02-27New methods for mapping media concentration: network analysis of joint ventures among firmsBenjamin J Birkinbine, Rodrigo GómezMedia, Culture & Society
2020-02-27You are fake news: political bias in perceptions of fake newsSander van der Linden, Costas Panagopoulos, Jon RoozenbeekMedia, Culture & Society
2020-02-26Improving Inquiry Questions to Foster Critical Thinking and Reflective Practice in a Journalism CapstoneBrian J. Bowe, Roberta Kjesrud, Pippa HemsleyJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2020-02-26Environmental issues in Russian cities: towards the understanding of regional and national mass media discourseErmolaeva Polina, Ermolaeva Yulia, Kuznetsova Irina, Basheva Olga & Korunova ValeriyaRussian Journal of Communication
2020-02-26Media studies in Russia: determination of scientific statusVartanova Elena, Anikina Maria, Dunas Denis & Gureeva AnnaRussian Journal of Communication
2020-02-25“The Whole World Watching”? How News Media Create the Myth of an Audience of Billions and Foster Imagined CommunitiesSilke FürstInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-25Predicting sentence-level polarity labels of financial news using abnormal stock returnsBernhard Lutz, Nicolas Pröllochs & Dirk NeumannExpert Systems with Applications
2020-02-25Reporting in Conflict Zones in Pakistan: Risks and Challenges for FixersKiyya Baloch & Kenneth AndresenMedia and Communication
2020-02-25Strengthening the Monitoring of Violations against Journalists through an Events-Based MethodologyJackie Harrison, Diana Maynard & Sara TorsnerMedia and Communication
2020-02-25New Opportunities in Monitoring Safety of Journalists through the UN’s 2030 Sustainable Development AgendaGuy BergerMedia and Communication
2020-02-25Reconsidering Journalist Safety TrainingMarte Høiby & Mariateresa Garrido V.Media and Communication
2020-02-25#MeToo, Sexual Harassment and Coping Strategies in Norwegian NewsroomsTrond Idås, Kristin Skare Orgeret & Klas BackholmMedia and Communication
2020-02-25Democracy at Stake: Self-Censorship as a Self-Defence Strategy for JournalistsGerald Walulya & Goretti L. NassangaMedia and Communication
2020-02-25Female Journalists’ Experience of Online Harassment: A Case Study of NepalSamiksha KoiralaMedia and Communication
2020-02-25Re-Conceptualizing Safety of Journalists in BangladeshMubashar Hasan & Mushfique WadudMedia and Communication
2020-02-25Constructing Silence: Processes of Journalistic (Self-)Censorship during Memoranda in Greece, Cyprus, and SpainSofia Iordanidou, Emmanouil Takas, Leonidas Vatikiotis & Pedro GarcíaMedia and Communication
2020-02-252018 Survey of Journalism & Mass Communication EnrollmentsBryan McLaughlin, Melissa R. Gotlieb & R. Glenn CumminsJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2020-02-25Ready for disaster: information seeking, media influence, and disaster preparation for severe weather outbreaksCory L. Armstrong, Jason A. Cain & Jue HouAtlantic Journal of Communication
2020-02-23Media Liberalization: Control and Consumption of Foreign Media in North Korea, China, and East GermanyMartha Kuhnhenn, Micky Lee & Weiqi ZhangInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-23North Korean Media Penetration and Influence in Chinese and Russian Media: Strategic Narratives During the 2017‒2018 Nuclear ConfrontationRobert Hinck & Skye C. CooleyInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-23Close Encounters of the Nonnuclear Kind: The North Korean Public Relations Campaign in U.S. Media of the 1970sRia ChaeInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-23Remaking a Transborder Nation in North Korea: Media Representation in the Korean Peace ProcessSunkyung ChoiInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-23Is Mr. Kim a “Nuclear Madman” or a “Reasonable Leader”? Media Framing of Kim Jong-un’s Images in South Korean and U.S. NewspapersNa Yeon Lee, Kanghui Baek & Sun Ho JeongInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-23What’s Going on in the Korean Peninsula? A Study on Perception and Influence of South and North Korea-Related Fake NewsYoo Jung Oh, Ji Youn Ryu & Hee Sun ParkInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-23Mobile Media and Its Impacts on Social Change and Human Rights in North KoreaSunny YoonInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-22Political news and happiness: the difference between traditional media and new media useYuxiang Hong & Peiqing ZhangChinese Journal of Communication
2020-02-22One meta-media event, two forms of censorship: The Charlie Hebdo affair in the United Kingdom and TurkeyLyombe Eko & Lea HellmuellerGlobal Media and Communication
2020-02-22Gazing past the glass ceiling: Indian and South African female journalists’ perceptions of their role and power in the newsroomShakuntala Rao, Ylva Rodny-GumedeGlobal Media and Communication
2020-02-22A Participatory Journalism Management Platform: Design, Implementation and EvaluationKosmas Panagiotidis, Nikolaos Tsipas, Theodora Saridou and Andreas VeglisSocial Sciences
2020-02-21South Korea’s Watergate Moment: How a Media Coalition Brought Down the Park Geun-hye GovernmentSoomin SeoJournalism Practice
2020-02-21Deep Participation in Underserved Communities: A Quantitative Analysis of Hearken’s Model for Engagement JournalismJennifer Brannock-Cox & Mark A. PoepselJournalism Practice
2020-02-21The 2014 Ebola outbreak: narratives from UK/USA and West Africa mediaAdaobi DuruThe Journal of International Communication
2020-02-21Exploring the Fragmentation of the Representation of Data-Driven Journalism in the Twittersphere: A Network Analytics ApproachXinzhi Zhang & Jeffrey C. F. HoSocial Science Computer Review
2020-02-21“This is Still their Lives”: Photojournalists’ Ethical Approach to Capturing and Publishing Graphic or Shocking ImagesKaitlin C. Miller & Nicole DahmenJournal of Media Ethics
2020-02-20When is Disinformation (In)Credible? Experimental Findings on Message Characteristics and Individual DifferencesLeonie Schaewitz, Jan P. Kluck, Lukas Klösters & Nicole C. KrämerMass Communication and Society
2020-02-20The experiences of people bereaved by suicide regarding the press reporting of the death: qualitative studyPhilip Gregory, Fiona Stevenson, Michael King, David Osborn & Alexandra Pitman BMC Public Health
2020-02-19Evolving Frames: British Newspaper Coverage of Repression and Resistance in China over Time, 1949–2009Chunyan Wu & Jian XiaoJournalism Practice
2020-02-19Brands as a nation: An analysis of overseas media engagement of top Chinese brandsOuyang Chen, Sonya Song & Mike Z. YaoGlobal Media and China
2020-02-19Chinese students’ access to media information in Australia and France: a comparative perspectiveClaudia Astarita & Allan PatienceMedia International Australia
2020-02-19“Breaking Free” from the Frame: International Human Rights and the New York Times’ 360-Degree Video Journalism
Lindsay PalmerDigital Journalism
2020-02-19The National Communication Council: Opportunity or Constraint for Press Freedom and Freedom of Expression in Cameroon?Peter Tiako NgangumAfrican Journalism Studies
2020-02-19Digital visibility and the role of mutual interaction expectations: Reframing the journalist–audience relationship through the lens of interpersonal communicationClaudia Wilhelm, Helena Stehle & Hanne DetelNew Media & Society
2020-02-19Deepfakes and Disinformation: Exploring the Impact of Synthetic Political Video on Deception, Uncertainty, and Trust in NewsCristian Vaccari & Andrew ChadwickSocial Media + Society
2020-02-19Nudge Effect of Fact-Check Alerts: Source Influence and Media Skepticism on Sharing of News Misinformation in Social MediaElmie NekmatSocial Media + Society
2020-02-19Personalizing the war: Perspectives for the adoption of news recommendation algorithms in the media coverage of the conflict in Eastern UkraineMykola Makhortykh & Mariella BastianMedia, War & Conflict
2020-02-19What drives political news engagement in digital spaces? Reimagining ‘echo chambers’ in a polarised and hybridised media ecologyAshleigh L. HawCommunication Research and Practice
2020-02-19Video Game Journalism and the Ideology of Anxiety: Implications for Effective Reporting in Niche Industries and OligopoliesHoward D. Fisher & Sufyan Mohammed-BakshJournal of Media Ethics
2020-02-18The Turncoat Phenomenon: Role Conceptions of PR Practitioners Who Used To Be JournalistsBernadette Kester & Mirjam PrengerJournalism Practice
2020-02-18Shattering the glass screenLucas Beard, Jonathan Dunn, Jess Huang & Alexis KrivkovichMcKinsey & Company
2020-02-18From Decoding a Graph to Processing a Multimodal MessageMartin EngebretsenNordicom Review
2020-02-17Data Ops, Objectivity, and Outsiders: Journalistic Coverage of Data CampaigningJessica Baldwin-PhilippiPolitical Communication
2020-02-17‘They can’t fool me, but they can fool the others!’ Third person effect and fake news detectionNicoleta Corbu, Denisa-Adriana Oprea, Elena Negrea-Busuioc & Loredana RaduEuropean Journal of Communication
2020-02-17Are Experts (News)Worthy? Balance, Conflict, and Mass Media Coverage of Expert ConsensusEric MerkleyPolitical Communication
2020-02-15Political Parallelism in Transitional Media Systems: The Case of LibyaAnja Wollenberg & Carola RichterInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-15Toward Reducing Institutional Digital Divides in the Media Industry: Examining Social Media Use in Ethnic Media OrganizationsXin Zhou & Matthew MatsaganisInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-15The Effects of Political Conflict News Frame on Political Polarization: A Social Identity ApproachYoungju Kim & Shuhua ZhouInternational Journal of Communication
2020-02-15Esperanto Journalism and Readers as ‘Managers’: A transnational participatory audienceKevin GrievesMedia History
2020-02-15Predictors of Online News-Sharing Intention in the U.S and South Korea: An Application of the Theory of Reasoned ActionJiyoun Kim, Kang Namkoong & Junhan ChenCommunication Studies
2020-02-13The Evolving Journalistic Roles on Social Media: Exploring “Engagement” as Relationship-Building between Journalists and CitizensYiping Xia, Sue Robinson, Megan Zahay & Deen FreelonJournalism Practice
2020-02-13Components of digital literacy as predictors of youth civic engagement and the role of social media news attention: the case of KoreaSoo Jung Moon & Sang Y. BaiJournal of Children and Media
2020-02-13Seeing Spanish: The Effects of Language-Based Media Choices on Resentment and BelongingJoshua P. Darr, Brittany N. Perry, Johanna L. Dunaway & Mingxiao SuiPolitical Communication
2020-02-13Proximity Between Citizens and Journalists as a Determinant of Trust in the Media. An Application to ItalySergio Splendore & Luigi CuriniJournalism Studies
2020-02-13Comments and Credibility: How Critical User Comments Decrease Perceived News Article CredibilityTeresa K. Naab, Dominique Heinbach, Marc Ziegele & Marie-Theres GrasbergerJournalism Studies
2020-02-13Using Big Data to Examine the Relationship Between Facebook Engagement and Local Newscast RatingsRachna Prakash & Debora WengerJournalism Practice
2020-02-13The Use of Sanctions to Protect JournalistsAmal ClooneyInternational Bar Association
2020-02-13When Patients Appear in the News
Clinical Considerations for Mental Health Professionals
Nathaniel P. MorrisHarvard Review of Psychiatry
2020-02-12“Reliable Sources” in Cable News: Analyzing Network Fragmentation in Coverage of Reform PolicyBethany Anne Conway-Silva, Jennifer N. Ervin & Kate KenskiJournalism Studies
2020-02-12“Reconciliation Isn’t Sexy”: Perceptions of News Media in Post-Conflict Northern IrelandCharis Rice & Maureen TaylorJournalism Studies
2020-02-11Social Media in Ecuador: Impact on Journalism Practice and Citizens’ Understanding of Public PoliticsManuel Goyanes, Paulo Carlos López-López & Márton DemeterJournalism Practice
2020-02-11How Do Filtering Choices Impact the Structures of Audience Networks? A Simulation Study Using Data from 26 CountriesFrank Mangold & Michael ScharkowCommunication Methods and Measures
2020-02-11In search of visual expertise: examining skilled vision in the work of news photo professionalsJenni MäenpääVisual Communication
2020-02-10Labor Reporting and Its Critics in the CIO YearsPhilip GlendeJournalism & Communication Monographs
2020-02-10Post-socialist self-censorship: Russia, Hungary and LatviaElisabeth Schimpfössl & Ilya YablokovEuropean Journal of Communication
2020-02-08Political and personality predispositions and topical contexts matter: Effects of uncivil comments on science news engagement intentionsLeona Yi-Fan Su, Dietram A. Scheufele, Dominique Brossard & Michael A. XenosNew Media & Society
2020-02-07The Collaboration Stepladder: How One Organization Built a Solid Foundation for a Community-Focused Cross-newsroom CollaborationMagda KoniecznaJournalism Studies
2020-02-07Boundary Work: Intermedia Agenda-Setting Between Right-Wing Alternative Media and Professional JournalismSilje NygaardJournalism Studies
2020-02-07‘Panda engagement’ in China’s digital public diplomacyZhao Alexandre Huang & Rui WangAsian Journal of Communication
2020-02-07‘Deadlier than Boko Haram’: Representations of the Nigerian herder–farmer conflict in the local and foreign pressInnocent Chiluwa & Isioma M ChiluwaMedia, War & Conflict
2020-02-07Fake news and the discursive construction of technology companies’ social powerBrian CreechMedia, Culture & Society
2020-02-07Cold War Television DiplomacyLaura Saarenmaa & Marie CronqvistNordicom Review
2020-02-07It Depends on Who’s Asking: Interviewer Gender Effects on Credibility Ratings of Male and Female Journalists in Six Arab CountriesJustin D. MartinInternational Journal of Public Opinion Research
2020-02-06Was Lampedusa a key Event for Immigration News? An Analysis of the Effects of the Lampedusa Disaster on Immigration Coverage in Germany, Belgium, and ItalyThomas Zerback, Carsten Reinemann, Peter Van Aelst & Andrea MasiniJournalism Studies
2020-02-06To Credit or to Blame? The Asymmetric Impact of Government Responsibility in Economic NewsAlyt Damstra, Mark Boukes, Rens VliegenthartInternational Journal of Public Opinion Research
2020-02-05A Mile Wide, an Inch Deep: Online News and Media Use in the 2019 UK General ElectionRichard Fletcher, Nic Newman & Anne SchulzReuters Institute
2020-02-05Domestic violence in Appalachian newspaper coverage: minimizing a problem or mobilizing for a solution?Natalee Seely & Daniel RiffeFeminist Media Studies
2020-02-05Producing Journalistic News Satire: How Nordic Satirists Negotiate a Hybrid GenreJoonas Koivukoski & Sara ÖdmarkJournalism Studies
2020-02-05Online partisan news and China’s country image: an experiment based on partisan motivated reasoningChen Yang & Gi Woong YunAsian Journal of Communication
2020-02-03Preservation and evolution: Local newspapers as ambidextrous organizationsJoy Jenkins & Rasmus Kleis NielsenJournalism
2020-02-03Enacted Journalism Takes the Stage: How Audiences Respond to Reporting-Based TheaterOri Tenenboim & Natalie Jomini StroudJournalism Studies
2020-02-03Reporting on mental health difficulties, mental illness and suicide: Journalists’ accounts of the challengesAnne O'BrienJournalism
2020-02-03Newsworthiness and story prominence: How the presence of news factors relates to upfront position and length of news storiesMark Boukes, Natalie P. Jones & Rens VliegenthartJournalism
2020-02-03Journalists, harassment, and emotional labor: The case of women in on-air roles at US local television stationsKaitlin C. Miller & Seth C. LewisJournalism
2020-02-03Moral compass: How a small-town newspaper used silence in a hyper-charged controversyKristy Hess & Lisa WallerJournalism
2020-02-03Differentiating distance in local and hyperlocal newsJulie FreemanJournalism
2020-02-03Models of Work-Integrated Learning in Journalism EducationFaith Valencia-ForresterJournalism Studies
2020-02-03Prebunking interventions based on “inoculation” theory can reduce susceptibility to misinformation across culturesJon Roozenbeek, Sander Van Der Linden & Thomas NygrenMisinformation Review
2020-02-03Online news media website ranking using user-generated contentSamaneh Karimi, Azadeh Shakery & Rakesh VermaJournal of Information Science
2020-02-01Offline VS online: Attitude and behavior of journalists in social media eraTal Laor & Yair GalilyTechnology in Society
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