Research of July 2022

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

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PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2022-07-01The Logics of Fact-Checking Website OperationsBumsoo Kim & Nicholas R. BuzzelliDigital Journalism
2022-07-01Change and Continuity in Digital Journalism: The Covid-19 Pandemic as Situational Context for Broader Arguments about the FieldFolker HanuschDigital Journalism
2022-07-01Remediatisation, media interdiscursivity and ideological ambivalence in online news reports on sexual assaultMichelle M.Lazar Lixin WanDiscourse, Context & Media
2022-07-04The GameStop saga: Reddit communities and the emerging conflict between new and old mediaMichael Glassman, Irina KuznetcovaFirst Monday
2022-07-04Kittens and Jesus: What would remain in a newsless Facebook?Jean-Hugues RoyFirst Monday
2022-07-04Trend Journalism: Definition, History, and CritiqueDevon PowersJournalism Studies
2022-07-04Professional Ideals of Data Journalists Around the Globe: Congruencies and Divergences Between Role Conceptions and Narrated Role PerformancesLindita Camaj, Jason Martin & Gerry LanosgaJournalism Studies
2022-07-05NEW CALL ! Global news diversity in perspective (September 30, 2022)Florence Le CamSUR LE JOURNALISME...
2022-07-05Comparing impacts on media freedom in Southeast Asia: Connotative context factors in Malaysia, Myanmar and ThailandMelanie Radue
Global Media and Communication
2022-07-05Centrist Language, Camouflaged Ideology: Assembled Text-Based Content on Mainstream and Ideological News PodcastsMarcus Funk &Burton SpeakmanJournalism Studies
2022-07-05Framing Energy: A Content Analysis of Spanish Press Energy Issue Coverage from an Environmental Approach in the Context of Climate ChangeMaría-Teresa Mercado-Sáez, Sebastián Sánchez-Castillo & María José Pou-Amérigo
Journalism Studies
2022-07-05Reporting Through Patriotic Lenses: How Journalists and Political Actors Understand and Assess the Community Role of Local JournalismAnna Grøndahl Larsen &Anja Aaheim NaperJournalism Studies
2022-07-05Opinion-leading media as indicators of a democracy at risk: The press and the rise of National Socialism between 1927 and 1932Josef Seethaler, Gabriele Melischek
European Journal of Communication
2022-07-05Political power’s media capture strategies in Spain (2016–2021)Isabel Fernández Alonso
European Journal of Communication
2022-07-05Trump Lies, Truth Dies? Epistemic Crisis and the Effect of False Balance Reporting on Beliefs About Voter FraudMatthew David Jenkins, Daniel Gomez
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-07-05Power Struggles in a Small Town Community: The Intersection of Rural Environmental Protest, Politics, and Hyperlocal News MediaJulie Freeman, Brett Hutchins
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-07-06Marketing coup or paradigm shift? Reflections on the Dutch media interpretations of the 2017 ‘Mata Hari: de mythe en het meisje’Julie Wheelwright, PhD, Adriënne Ummels
Journalism
2022-07-06Niche climate news sites and the changing context of covering catastropheAdrienne Russell, Jarkko Kangas, Risto Kunelius, James Painter
Journalism
2022-07-06Being Inspired by Media Content: Psychological Processes Leading to InspirationChingching ChangMedia Psychology
2022-07-07Questioning Fact-Checking in the Fight Against Disinformation: An Audience PerspectiveMaria Kyriakidou,Stephen Cushion,Ceri Hughes &Marina MoraniJournalism Practice
2022-07-07New Organizations, Different Journalistic Roles, and Innovative Projects: How Second-generation Newsroom Innovation Labs are Changing the News EcosystemHannes Cools,Baldwin Van Gorp &Michaël OpgenhaffenJournalism Practice
2022-07-07The German Data Journalist in 2021Mario HaimJournalism Practice
2022-07-07Impartiality in United Kingdom broadcastingThomas GibbonsJournal of Media Law
2022-07-07Friedrich Engels als JournalistVolker Gehrau & Thomas Birkner Publizistik
2022-07-07News Framing and Preference-Based Reinforcement: Evidence from a Real Framing Environment During the COVID-19 PandemicFlorian Arendt, Michaela Forrai, Manina Mestas
Communication Research
2022-07-08African Journalists at Crossroads: Examining the Impact of China, US, and the UK’s Short-Journalism Training Programs Offered to African JournalistsGregory GondweJournalism Studies
2022-07-08Decolonizing Journalism Education to Create Civic and Responsible Journalists in the WestGurvinder Aujla-SidhuJournalism Studies
2022-07-08Exporting Journalism Culture to Vietnam: The Role of the Trainer in Two Swedish Media Aid ProjectsAndreas MattssonJournalism Studies
2022-07-08Parrhesia as Journalism: Learning from the Truth- and Justice-seeking Women Journalists of twentieth Century TurkeyBurçe Çelik &Nazan HaydariJournalism Studies
2022-07-08Spanish-Language Television and Diaspora in Detroit and Los Angeles: Toward Latinx Media EnfranchisementCatherine L. Benamou
Television & New Media
2022-07-10What is Professional Journalism? Conceptual Integration and Empirical RefinementRubén Arnoldo González & Martín EcheverríaJournalism Practice
2022-07-10Can Journalists Be Safe in a Violent World?Silvio WaisbordJournalism Practice
2022-07-10Failure to Launch: International Broadcasters as Counter-Hegemonic NewsChristopher M. ToulaInternational Journal of Communication
2022-07-10Attacking the Gatekeepers: A Survey Experiment on the Effects of Elite Criticism on the MediaPatrick F. A. van Erkel, Karolin SoontjensInternational Journal of Communication
2022-07-10The Moderating Role of Political Ideology: Need for Cognition, Media Locus of Control, Misinformation Efficacy, and Misperceptions About COVID-19Porismita BorahInternational Journal of Communication
2022-07-10Purchasing Diversity: A Media Ecology Analysis on the Recruitment of Newspaper Op-ed ColumnistsNakho Kim, Ho Young YoonInternational Journal of Communication
2022-07-10What Happens in the Eye of the Storm? News Ideology During Media StormsDoron ShultzinerInternational Journal of Communication
2022-07-10Media Consumption and Its Influence on Electoral Political Engagement: An Analysis From the Communication Mediation Model in the Context of the 2021 Mexican Federal ElectionCarlos MuñizInternational Journal of Communication
2022-07-11Selective Exposure and New Political Cleavages: Media Use and Ideological Reinforcement Over TimeAdam Shehata, Mats Ekström, Per Oleskog Tryggvason
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-07-11Election Campaigns, News Consumption Gaps, and Social Media: Equalizing Political News Use When It Matters?Atle Haugsgjerd, Rune Karlsen
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-07-11How quality journalism forgets about the marginalisedKonrad Bleyer-Simon
European Journal of Communication
2022-07-11Selective Exposure and New Political Cleavages: Media Use and Ideological Reinforcement Over TimeAdam Shehata, Mats Ekström, Per Oleskog Tryggvason
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-07-11Election Campaigns, News Consumption Gaps, and Social Media: Equalizing Political News Use When It Matters?Atle Haugsgjerd, Rune Karlsen
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-07-11Sharing Truths About the Self: Theorizing News Reposting on Social MediaJueni Duyen TranInternational Journal of Communication
2022-07-12Public service media for better democracies: Testing the role of perceptual and structural variables in shaping citizens’ evaluations of public televisionMarcela Campos-Rueda, Manuel Goyanes
Journalism
2022-07-13Discourses about independence: A corpus-based analysis of discourse prosodies in Spanish and Catalan newspapersMarcello Giugliano
Discourse & Communication
2022-07-13Desert Work: Life and Labor in a News and Broadband DesertNick Mathews & Christopher AliMass Communication and Society
2022-07-13360° Journalism as a Gateway to Information Seeking: The Role of Enjoyment and Spatial PresenceIvanka Pjesivac, Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn, Andrea Briscoe & Solyee KimJournalism Practice
2022-07-13Journalists and the Coronavirus. How Changes in Work Environment Affected Psychological Health During the PandemicKlas Backholm & Trond IdåsJournalism Practice
2022-07-14Bias and representativeness in digitized newspaper collections: Introducing the environmental scan Kaspar Beelen, Jon Lawrence, Daniel C S Wilson, David BeavanDigital Scholarship in the Humanities
2022-07-14Media policymaking and multistakeholder involvement: Matching audience, stakeholder and government expectations for public service media in FlandersHilde Van den Bulck, Tim Raats
European Journal of Communication
2022-07-14The Watchdog Press in the Doghouse: A Comparative Study of Attitudes about Accountability Journalism, Trust in News, and News AvoidanceAntonis Kalogeropoulos, Benjamin Toff, Richard Fletcher
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-07-14Workplace well-being and support systems in journalism: Comparative analysis of Germany and the United KingdomMaja Šimunjak, Manuel MenkeJournalism
2022-07-14An Integrative Approach to Social Media News Sharing: The Role of Individual and Situational FactorsSu Jung Kim & Jacob L. NelsonJournalism Practice
2022-07-14Rise and Demise of the Zimbabwe TimesBrooks Marmon
Media History
2022-07-14“It’s like we are not human”: discourses of humanisation and otherness in the representation of trans identity in British broadsheet newspapersCamila Soledad Montiel-McCannFeminist Media Studies
2022-07-14“If they call me, ‘sir’: American newspaper representations of military women”Jessica A. HuertaFeminist Media Studies
2022-07-14The de-professionalization of Chinese journalismHaiyan Wang &Jing MengChinese Journal of Communication
2022-07-14Normative foundations of media welfare: Perspectives from the Nordic countriesPeter Jakobsson, Johan Lindell, Fredrik Stiernstedt
Media, Culture & Society
2022-07-14Commercialising potential as a critical factor of differential media management: a cultural zoning study of China’s regulation of mukbang and online eating disorder communitiesSijun Shen
Media, Culture & Society
2022-07-14Normative foundations of media welfare: Perspectives from the Nordic countriesPeter Jakobsson, Johan Lindell, Fredrik Stiernstedt
Media, Culture & Society
2022-07-14Commercialising potential as a critical factor of differential media management: a cultural zoning study of China’s regulation of mukbang and online eating disorder communitiesSijun Shen
Media, Culture & Society
2022-07-15Forbidden fruit or soured grapes? Long-term effects of the temporary unavailability and rationing of US news websites on their consumption from the European UnionNeil Thurman, James Sly, Bartosz Wilczek, Richard Fletcher
International Communication Gazette
2022-07-15Mainstream media use for far-right mobilisation on the alt-tech online platform GabMario Peucker, Thomas J Fisher
Media, Culture & Society
2022-07-15Mainstream media use for far-right mobilisation on the alt-tech online platform GabMario Peucker, Thomas J Fisher
Media, Culture & Society
2022-07-17Examinations of the unprofitability of authentic Blackness: insights from Black media professionalsCharisse L’Pree Corsbie-Massay,Breagin K. Riley & Raiana Soraia de CarvalhoJournal of Applied Communication Research
2022-07-17Framing climate change in local context: Newspaper coverage of climate change in three mountain towns in the intermountain west compared to national coverageTyler J. Spradlin, Jennifer E. Givens
Newspaper Research Journal
2022-07-18The Healing Power of Caring, Ethical Journalism
Yayu FengJournal of Media Ethics
2022-07-19Ukrainian refugees in Polish pressNatalia Zawadzka-Paluektau
Discourse & Communication
2022-07-19Who gets to speak? Sources in Covid-19 news coverage by Kenyan and Zimbabwean pressDinfin Mulupi & Danford ZirugoFeminist Media Studies
2022-07-19“The Newsgirl Question”: Competing Frames of Progressive Era Girl NewsiesAutumn Lorimer LinfordAmerican Journalism
2022-07-19Johnson Publishing Company and the Search for a White AudienceE. James WestAmerican Journalism
2022-07-19Journalism’s Change Agents: Black Lives Matter, #BlackoutTuesday, and a Shift Toward Activist DoxaSummer Harlow
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-07-19Police Brutality and Racial Justice Narratives Through Multi-Narrative Framing: Reporting and Commenting on the George Floyd Murder on YouTubeRichard N. Canevez, Moshe Karabelnik, Jenifer Sunrise Winter
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-07-19The Influence of Visual Frame Combinations in Solutions Journalism StoriesJennifer Midberry, Danielle K. Brown, Robert F. Potter, Ryan N. Comfort
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-07-19Cooperation and demotion: A corpus-based critical discourse analysis of Aboriginal people(s) in Australian print newsCarly Bray
Discourse & Communication
2022-07-20Audience understandings of disinformation: navigating news media through a prism of pragmatic scepticismMaria Kyriakidou, Marina Morani, Stephen Cushion, Ceri HughesJournalism
2022-07-21Framing safety of women in public transport: A media discourse analysis of sexual harassment cases in BangladeshSeama Mowri, Ajay Bailey
Media, Culture & Society
2022-07-21The role of news media knowledge for how people use social media for news in five countriesAnne Schulz, Richard Fletcher, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen
New Media & Society
2022-07-21‘We may have bad days . . . that doesn’t make us killers’: How military veterans perceive contemporary British media representations of military and post-military lifeKaty Parry, Jenna Pitchford-Hyde
Media, War & Conflict
2022-07-21Tradition, modernity, and the visual representation of “leftover women” in the English language news media in ChinaYating Yu, Joseph Adika Coffie & Dezheng (William) FengFeminist Media Studies
2022-07-21Number Soup: Case Studies of Quantitatively Dense NewsJena Barchas-Lichtenstein, John Voiklis, Bennett Attaway, Laura Santhanam, Patti Parson, Uduak Grace Thomas, Isabella Isaacs-Thomas,Shivani Ishwar & John FraserJournalism Practice
2022-07-21The role of news media knowledge for how people use social media for news in five countriesAnne Schulz, Richard Fletcher, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen
New Media & Society
2022-07-21Concentration of online news traffic and publishers' reliance on platform referrals: Evidence from passive tracking data in the UProf. Rasmus Kleis Nielsen
Dr Richard Fletcher
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2022-07-22The role of news media knowledge for how people use social media for news in five countriesDr Anne Schulz
Dr Richard Fletcher
Prof. Rasmus Kleis Nielsen
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2022-07-23Framing a Movement: Media Portrayals of the George Floyd Protests on TwitterHolly S. Cowart, Ginger E. Blackstone, Jeffrey K. Riley
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-07-23Special Issue Introductory EssayMia Moody-Ramirez, Earnest L. Perry, Jr.
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-07-23Engaging With Vilifying Stereotypes: The Role of YouTube Algorithmic Use in Perpetuating Misinformation About Muslim CongresswomenSaifuddin Ahmed, Teresa Gil-Lopez
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-07-24Reconversion in a declining market: the return to profitability of the print newspaper industryRaul Rios-Rodríguez, Sara Fernández-López, Adrián Dios-Vicente & David Rodeiro-PazosJournal of Media Business Studies
2022-07-25Media-Ready Feminism and Everyday Sexism: How US Audiences Create Meaning across Platforms by Andrea L. Press and Francesca TripodiMikayla Pevac
Feminist Media Studies
2022-07-25Sweden's feminist foreign policy in national newspapers in EU member states (2014–2020): Media logic or political logic?Malena Rosén Sundström
European Journal of Communication
2022-07-25Regulating and governing China's internet and digital media in the Xi Jinping eraJian Xu, Haiqing Yu
Media International Australia
2022-07-25“A Face Like This Is Hard to Beat”: Negotiating Lilith in the Postfeminist Media EconomyCourtney Tink &Jenni LauwrensCommunicatio
2022-07-25Frequencies, Drivers, and Solutions to News Non-Attendance: Investigating Differences Between Low News Usage and News (Topic) Avoidance with Conversational AgentsJakob Ohme, Theo Araujo, Brahim Zarouali & Claes H. de VreeseJournalism Studies
2022-07-27Advancing Communication Infrastructure Theory: The Moderating Roles of Citizen Journalism Practice and Political Trust on Online Civic ParticipationSangwon Lee, Wenlin Liu & Seungahn NahMass Communication and Society
2022-07-27Multimodal metaphor (re)framing: a critical analysis of the promotional image of China’s Hubei Province in the post-pandemic era on new mediaYufeng Liu & Dechao Li
Social Semiotics
2022-07-27Trust and Journalistic Transparency OnlineMichael KoliskaJournalism Studies
2022-07-27Journalistic Product Personnel as Cultural Entrepreneurs: An Exploration of Background, Tenureship, and Knowledge SkillsRowan McMullen Cheng & Valérie Bélair-Gagnon
Journalism Studies
2022-07-27The value of news: A gender gap in paying for newsEmma John, Jee Young Lee, Sora Park
Media International Australia
2022-07-28Editorial: Journalism, Activism, and Social Media: Exploring the Shifts in Journalistic Roles, Performance, and InterconnectednessPeter Maurer, Christian NuernbergkMedia and Communication
2022-07-28Crime News Under Digitization Process in French and German Newsrooms: Standardization and Diversification of News under Web-First PressureClaire Ruffio, Nicolas HubéMedia and Communication
2022-07-28Neutral Observers or Advocates for Societal Transformation? Role Orientations of Constructive Journalists in GermanyUwe Krüger, Markus Beiler, Thilko Gläßgen, Michael Kees, Maximilian KüstermannMedia and Communication
2022-07-28How China Divides the Left: Competing Transnational Left-Wing Alternative Media on TwitterLev Nachman, Adrian Rauchfleisch, Brian HioeMedia and Communication
2022-07-28Journalist-Twitterers as Political Influencers in Brazil: Narratives and Disputes Towards a New Intermediary ModelLuiz Peres-NetoMedia and Communication
2022-07-28Responding to “Fake News”: Journalistic Perceptions of and Reactions to a Delegitimising ForceAljosha Karim Schapals, Axel BrunsMedia and Communication
2022-07-28Hijacking Journalism: Legitimacy and Metajournalistic Discourse in Right-Wing PodcastsDavid O. Dowling, Patrick R. Johnson, Brian EkdaleMedia and Communication
2022-07-28Fighting Disinformation in the 1930s: Clyde Miller and the Institute for Propaganda AnalysisAnya SchiffrinInternational Journal of Communication
2022-07-28American Media, American Mind: Media Impact on Nigerians’ PerceptionsOmotayo O. Banjo, Dirichi UmunnaInternational Journal of Communication
2022-07-28Mind the Gap! Journalism on Social Media and News Consumption Among Young AudiencesJorge Vázquez-Herrero, María-Cruz Negreira-Rey, José Sixto-GarcíaInternational Journal of Communication
2022-07-28Making Money Public: The Journalistic Construction of the Paycheck Protection ProgramParker Bach, Lana SwartzInternational Journal of Communication
2022-07-28Thematic Analysis and Use of Journalistic Sources in the COVID-19 Crisis: The New York Times, El Universal, and El PaísItziar Bernaola-Serrano, Guadalupe Aguado-GuadalupeInternational Journal of Communication
2022-07-28Mobilising public support for the U.S. China-trade war: a comparison of U.S. and Chinese news mediaLouisa Ha,Ke Guo & Peiqin ChenThe Journal of International Communication
2022-07-28Partisan selective exposure in news consumptionSylvain DEJEAN, Marianne LUMEAU, Stéphanie PELTIERInformation Economics and Policy
2022-07-29The Kosovo war and the Washington Post: Bombings and alignmentsAstrid A Fleischer
Media, War & Conflict
2022-07-29The European AI Act and How It Matters for Research into AI in Media and JournalismNatali Helberger & Nicholas DiakopoulosDigital Journalism
2022-07-29Putting a Human Face on the Algorithm: Co-Designing Recommender Personae to Democratize News Recommender SystemsLawrence Van den Bogaert, David Geerts & Jaron Harambam
Digital Journalism
2022-07-30“We Rewrote This Title”: How News Headlines Are Remediated on Facebook and How This Affects EngagementKenza Lamot, Tim Kreutz, Michaël Opgenhaffen
Social Media + Society
2022-07-30How Do News Media for Children and Adolescents Differ from Those for Adults? A Content Analysis of German Reporting on Migration and RefugeesMarco Dohle, Ole Kelm, Marike Bormann & Gerhard VoweJournalism Practice
2022-07-30Journalists’ Roles and the Ultra-Right: The Case of ItalyCinzia PadovaniJournalism Studies
2022-07-31Primitive or empowered: representations of Native Americans and COVID-19 in news mediaTheresa Davidson,Niya Pickett Miller &Bryan DayCommunication Quarterly

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