Research of January 2021

Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in January 2021 about journalism research. The bolded titles link to JRN articles written about the studies.

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2021-01-31The overstated generational gap in online news use? A consolidated infrastructural perspectiveFrank Mangold, Sebastian Stier, Johannes Breuer, Michael ScharkowNew Media & Society
2021-01-31Victims’ voice and representation in the Colombian press: ‘Dead of a Lesser God’ Alexandra Isabel García Marrugo
Discourse & Communication
2021-01-31Legitimating a platform: evidence of journalists’ role in transferring authority to TwitterLogan Molyneux & Shannon C. McGregor Information, Communication & Society
2021-01-20Gavin McInnes’s hate machine Robert Tynes First Monday
2021-01-18Remembering Jemal Kashoggi: the media, the show trials, the limits of international jurisprudence, and the uphill struggle for image repairAmanuel Gebru Woldearegay The Journal of International Communication
2021-01-18The Democratic Significance of Everyday News Use: Using Diaries to Understand Public Connection over Time and beyond JournalismHallvard Moe & Brita Ytre-Arne Digital Journalism
2021-01-17News Media Use, Talk Networks, and Anti-Elitism across Geographic Location: Evidence from WisconsinChris Wells, Lewis A. Friedland, Ceri Hughes, Dhavan V. Shah, Jiyoun Suk, Michael W. Wagner
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2021-01-17News Media Use, Talk Networks, and Anti-Elitism across Geographic Location: Evidence from WisconsinChris Wells, Lewis A. Friedland, Ceri Hughes, Dhavan V. Shah, Jiyoun Suk, Michael W. Wagner
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2021-01-15Co-Constructing a Print Media Narrative: Interviews With LGBTQ Activists From the 1960s and 1970s in New ZealandLinda Jean Kenix, Suvojit BandopadhyayaInternational Journal of Communication
2021-01-15The Event-Centered Nature of Global Public Spheres: The UN Climate Change Conferences, Fridays for Future, and the (Limited) Transnationalization of Media DebatesAntal Wozniak, Hartmut Wessler, Chung-hong Chan, Julia LückInternational Journal of Communication
2021-01-15Meet Today’s Young News Users: An Exploration of How Young News Users Assess Which News Providers Are Worth Their While in Today’s High-Choice News LandscapeRebecca Berthelsen, Michael HameleersDigital Journalism
2021-01-15Native Advertising in a Mobile Era: Effects of Ability and Motivation on Recognition in Digital News ContextsMichelle A. AmazeenDigital Journalism
2021-01-15The Moderating Role of Emotion: The Combinatory Effects of Positive Emotion and News Framing Techniques on Climate Change AttitudesEunjoo Jin, Lucy AtkinsonJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2021-01-15QAnon and the information dark age Matthew Hannah First Monday
2021-01-14From magazines to blogs: The shifting boundaries of fashion journalism Lydia Cheng, Edson C Tandoc, JrJournalism
2021-01-13Public Broadcasting Is Not Much Different: Public and Commercial Broadcasters’ Coverage of Minimum Wage in South KoreaChang Sup Park & Barbara K. Kaye Journalism Practice
2021-01-13Which Political Actors Frame the Immigration Problem? Documenting the Incidence of Source Type and Party Lines in Immigration Stories during U.S. Election Coverage (2006-2014)Juliana Fernandes & Maria De Moya Journalism Practice
2021-01-13Understanding factors and barriers to alternative media development in emerging economies: Learning from the Check Global project Jerome Turner, Dima Saber First Monday
2021-01-12Visual polarisation: Examining the interplay of visual cues and media trust on the evaluation of political candidates Christian von SikorskiJournalism
2021-01-11Quality Control in Journalism: The Management of Media Accountability in Newsrooms in KenyaJared ObuyaInternational Journal on Media Management
2021-01-11From the Immediacy of the Cybermedia to the Need for Slow Journalism: Experiences from Ibero-America Luis M. Romero-Rodríguez, Santiago Tejedor & Bárbara Castillo-Abdul Journalism Practice
2021-01-11Community Newspaper Editors’ Perspectives on News Collaboration: Participatory Opportunities and Ethical Considerations Toward Citizen News EngagementDeborah S. Chung & Seungahn Nah Journalism Practice
2021-01-11The Story Behind the Story: Examining Transparency About the Journalistic Process and News Outlet CredibilityGina M. Masullo, Alexander L. Curry , Kelsey N. Whipple & Caroline Murray Journalism Practice
2021-01-11Exploring the Impact of Delivery Mistakes, Gender, and Empathic Concern on Source and Message CredibilityZijian Harrison Gong & James Eppler Journalism Practice
2021-01-11“How Can They Like Doing That?” The Ambivalent Definition of Legitimate Work in Sports JournalismSchoch Lucie & Ohl Fabien Journalism Studies
2021-01-11For the Record: Journalism Recording Technologies from “Fish Hooks” to Frame RatesNelanthi Hewa Journalism Studies
2021-01-11The irreverent life and uncompromising death of Deadspin: Sports blogging as punk journalismMichael SerazioJournalism
2021-01-11A Year like No Other: A Call to Curb the Infodemic and Depoliticize a Pandemic CrisisCarolyn A. Lin Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2021-01-10‘It’s OK to feel’: The emotionality norm and its evolution in U.S. print journalism Thomas R SchmidtJournalism
2021-01-10Hate as a ‘hook’: The political and affective economy of ‘hate journalism’ Eugenia Siapera, Lambrini PapadopoulouJournalism
2021-01-09Journalism in conflict-affected societies: Professional roles and influences in CyprusSanem Şahin
Media, War & Conflict
2021-01-09Activist communication design on social media: The case of online solidarity against forced Islamic lifestyle Balca Arda, Ayşegül Akdemir
Media, Culture & Society
2021-01-08De-Westernizing Media Parallelism: How Editorial Interests Unfold During Impeachment CrisesPablo Silva Pimentel & Francisco Paulo Jamil Marques Journalism Studies
2021-01-08Far right alternative news media as ‘indignation mobilization mechanisms’: how the far right opposed the Global Compact for Migration Julia Rone Information, Communication & Society
2021-01-07Parsing the Relationship Between Political News Consumption and Hierarchical Political Trust in ChinaXiaoxiao Meng & Yungeng Li Journalism Practice
2021-01-07Constructing undesirables: A critical discourse analysis of othering of Fulani nomads in the Ghanaian news media Mark Nartey, Hans J LadegaardDiscourse & Communication
2021-01-07Is Fake News the New Social Media Crisis? Examining the Public Evaluation of Crisis Management for Corporate Organizations Targeted in Fake NewsM. Rosie Jahng International Journal of Strategic Communication
2021-01-07Journalism, media, and technology trends and predictions 2021Nic NewmanReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2021-01-06Gendering immigration: media framings of the economic and cultural consequences of immigrationShan-Jan Sarah Liu Feminist Media Studies
2021-01-06Audience as Journalistic Boundary Worker: The Rhetorical Use of Comments to Critique Media Practice, Assert Legitimacy and Claim AuthorityVolha Kananovich & Gregory Perreault Journalism Studies
2021-01-06Economic Life: global capital, financial journalism, and independent media Annemarie Iddins
Media, Culture & Society
2021-01-06Media framing of COVID-19 pandemic in the transitional regime of Serbia: Exploring discourses and strategiesIrina Milutinović
Media, Culture & Society
2021-01-05Written in Code: Exploring the Negative Effects of Acronyms in News HeadlinesAlyssa Appelman Journalism Practice
2021-01-05‘Forced to report’: Affective proximity and the perils of local reporting on Syria Omar Al-GhazziJournalism
2021-01-05Media’s portrayal of CAM: Exploring 40 years of narratives and meanings in public discourseEmilia H Lopera-Pareja, Lorena Cano-OrónJournalism
2021-01-04Chillin’ Effects of Fake News: Changes in Practices Related to Accountability and Transparency in American Newsrooms Under the Influence of Misinformation and Accusations Against the News Media Hong Tien Vu, Magdalena SaldañaJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2021-01-04Understanding Variations in the Framing of People Living With HIV: A Mixed-Methods Study of Photos in Chinese NewsViorela Dan, Chunbo RenJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2021-01-03Framing Protest in Online News and Readers’ Comments: The Case of Serbian Protest “Against Dictatorship”Jelena Kleut, Ana MilojevicInternational Journal of Communication
2021-01-03Imaginaries About Brazil in the Media Consumption of LGBTIQ+ Immigrants and Refugees in the City of São PauloHadriel Theodoro, Denise CogoInternational Journal of Communication
2021-01-03Journalists’ Awareness and Understanding of Climate Change in TanzaniaEmmanuel Frank Elia
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International Journal of Communication
2021-01-03Reporting on Political Acquaintances: Personal Interactions Between Political Journalists and Politicians as a Determinant of Media CoverageEmma S. van der Goot, Toni G.L.A. van der Meer, Rens Vliegenthart
International Journal of Communication
2021-01-03Media Platforms and Political Learning: The Democratic Challenge of News Consumption on Computers and Mobile DevicesKim Andersen, Jesper Strömbäck
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International Journal of Communication
2021-01-03Challenges and Opportunities for Regional Public Service Media: A Singular Case Study in EuropeJessica Izquierdo-Castillo, Juan Carlos Miguel-de-BustosInternational Journal of Communication
2021-01-03Incidental exposure to political content in sports media: antecedents and effects on political discussion and participationRyan Broussard, Will Heath & Matthew BarnidgeThe Communication Review
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