Research of March 2019

Journalism research of March 2019

Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in February 2019 about journalism research. The bolded titles link to JRN articles written about the studies.

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2019-03-31Abandoning Either/Ors in Analyzing Shifts in Humanitarian ReportingDavid Nolan, Stephanie Brookes & Michelle ImisonJournalism Practice
2019-03-3150 Ways to Make Media PayDamian RadcliffeWhat's New in Publishing
2019-03-29Whose Post-Truth Era? Confronting the Epistemological Challenges of Teaching JournalismJeff Tischauser, Jesse BennJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2019-03-29Sense and Nonsense: Teaching Journalism and Science Students to Be Advocates for Science and Information LiteracyKatherine Reed, Sara Shipley Hiles, Peter TiptonJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2019-03-29A Mirage of Change: Visibility of Politicians on TVE during the 2015 and 2016 General ElectionsJosé María García-de-Madariaga, José Antonio Navarro Moreno & Agustín Olmo LópezJournalism Practice
2019-03-29Increasingly Controversial, Cultural, and Political: The Immigration Debate in Scandinavian Newspapers 1970–2016Jan Fredrik Hovden & Hilmar MjeldeJavnost - The Public
2019-03-29From Competing Institutional Logics to the Action Horizons of Mediatised Political Performance: A New Approach to the Relationship between Media and Political ActionVille Kumpu, Risto Kunelius & Esa ReunanenJavnost - The Public
2019-03-28Television News Repertoires, Exposure Diversity, and Voting Behavior in the 2016 U.S. ElectionThomas B. Ksiazek, Su Jung Kim, Edward C. MalthouseJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2019-03-28Claims-making, child saving, and the news mediaSteven A KohmCrime, Media, Culture: An International Journal
2019-03-28The Visual Framing of ‘Failed’ States: Afro-Pessimism vs Afro-OptimismOlli HellmannMedia, War & Conflict
2019-03-28Peace Journalism for Conflict Reporting: Insights from PakistanShabir HussainJournalism Practice
2019-03-28The vortex of multiculturalism in South Korea: a critical discourse analysis of the characterization of “multicultural children” in three newspapersJaran ShinCommunication and Critical/Cultural Studies
2019-03-28“Not an Ounce of Hollywood Bullshit”: A Narrative Analysis of News Media Coverage of Spotlight’s Oscar WinRonald BishopJournal of Communication Inquiry
2019-03-28A Public Record at Risk: The Dire State of News Archiving in the Digital AgeSharon Ringel and Angela WoodallTow Center report
2019-03-28Media Trends in the Nordic Countries - March 2019Nordicom
2019-03-27Biased Gatekeepers? Partisan Perceptions of Media Attention in the 2016 U.S. Presidential ElectionMallory R. PerrymanJournalism Studies
2019-03-27The Classroom-Community Connection Design: An Instructional Approach Guided by Service-Learning and Dual System of Vocational Education and Training to Improve Journalism Students' Workplace Readiness and Civic EngagementHyangsook LeeVisual Communication Quarterly
2019-03-27Trump TV: The Trump Campaign's Real News Update as Competitor to Cable NewsThomas GallagherVisual Communication Quarterly
2019-03-27The Swedish Media Barometer: First Results 2018Nordicom
2019-03-26Journalism in Disguise: Standpoint Theory and the Ethics of Günter Wallraff’s Undercover ImmersionWilla McDonald & Bunty AviesonJournalism Practice
2019-03-26‘Audubon is not Audubon’: Journalism as communicative logic in the pages of an NGO-produced magazine, 1960–1976Suzannah Evans ComfortJournalism
2019-03-26For Local News, Americans Embrace Digital but Still Want Strong Community ConnectionPew Research Center Reports
2019-03-26MedieSverige 2019 – a comprehensive overview of today’s media landscape in SwedenUlrika Facht and Jonas OhlssonNordicom
2019-03-26Mediebranchens omsætning og beskæftigelse [The media industry's turnover and employment] (summary in English)Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces
2019-03-25User-generated news: Netizen journalism in China in the age of short videoYu XiangGlobal Media and China
2019-03-25How citizen journalists impact the agendas of traditional media and the government policymaking process in ChinaYumeng Luo, Teresa M. HarrisonGlobal Media and China
2019-03-25Blurred boundaries: Citizens journalists versus conventional journalists in Hong KongKaroline Nerdalen Darbo, Terje SkjerdalGlobal Media and China
2019-03-25New perspectives on citizen journalismXin Zeng, Savyasaachi Jain, An Nguyen, Stuart AllanGlobal Media and China
2019-03-25Prosumers in a digital multiverse: An investigation of how WeChat is affecting Chinese citizen journalismYan Wu, Matthew WallGlobal Media and China
2019-03-25Is citizen journalism better than professional journalism for fact-checking rumours in China? How Weibo users verified information following the 2015 Tianjin blastsJing Zeng, Jean Burgess, Axel BrunsGlobal Media and China
2019-03-25The professional boundaries of journalists in Hong Kong: Strategies of accepting and dismissing citizen journalistsFlorin C SerbanGlobal Media and China
2019-03-24Complexity, Uncertainty and Change in News OrganizationsBartosz WilczekInternational Journal on Media Management
2019-03-24A Good Fooling: Journalism’s Narrative of Surprise Military HomecomingsRonald Bishop, Maggie FedorocskoMedia, War & Conflict
2019-03-24India Digital News ReportZeenab Aneez, Taberez Ahmed Neyazi,
Antonis Kalogeropoulos, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Report
2019-03-22The Literary Construction of Journalism Education: A Review of the Course Literature in the Nordic Academic Journalism ProgrammesMaarit Jaakkola & Panu UotilaJournalism Practice
2019-03-22Internews: A case study of gender in media developmentMargaretha Geertsema-SlighThe Journal of International Communication
2019-03-22Polarisation and the news media in EuropeRichard Fletcher & Joy JenkinsReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Report for European Parliament's Panel for the Future of Science and Technology
2019-03-21Journalism and Social Media: Redistribution of Power?Marcel Broersma, Scott A. Eldridge IIMedia and Communication
2019-03-21Political Journalists and Their Social Media Audiences: New Power RelationsAxel Bruns, Christian NuernbergkMedia and Communication
2019-03-21Exploring Political Journalism Homophily on Twitter: A Comparative Analysis of US and UK Elections in 2016 and 2017Kelly FinchamMedia and Communication
2019-03-21Mapping Political Discussions on Twitter: Where the Elites Remain ElitesChrysi DagoulaMedia and Communication
2019-03-21The Role of Journalism on YouTube: Audience Engagement with ‘Superbug’ ReportingMonika Djerf-Pierre, Mia Lindgren, Mikayla Alexis BudinskiMedia and Communication
2019-03-21Crossing the Line between News and the Business of News: Exploring Journalists’ Use of TwitterStephen JukesMedia and Communication
2019-03-21The Dislocation of News Journalism: A Conceptual Framework for the Study of Epistemologies of Digital JournalismMats Ekström, Oscar WestlundMedia and Communication
2019-03-21Disintermediation in Social Networks: Conceptualizing Political Actors’ Construction of Publics on TwitterScott A. Eldridge II, Lucía García-Carretero, Marcel BroersmaMedia and Communication
2019-03-21‘Ask what you can do to the Army’: A textual analysis of the underground GI press during the Vietnam WarChad Painter, Patrick FerrucciMedia, War & Conflict
2019-03-21What is credibility made of?Aviv OvadyaTow Center report
2019-03-20More Than Virality: Online Sharing of Controversial News With Activated AudienceEun-mee Kim, Jennifer IhmJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2019-03-20More Than Virality: Online Sharing of Controversial News With Activated AudienceEun-mee Kim, Jennifer IhmJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2019-03-19Agency Cues in Online Comments: Exploring Their Relationship with Anonymity and Frequency of Helpful PostsXialing Lin, Renee Kaufmann, Patric R. Spence & Kenneth A. LachlanSouthern Communication Journal
2019-03-19Fantasy, Pragmatism and Journalistic Socialisation: UK Journalism Students’ Aspirations and MotivationsDaniel Jackson, Einar Thorsen & Sally ReardonJournalism Practice
2019-03-19Per Diem Payments as a form of Censorship and Control: The Case of Guinea-Bissau’s JournalismSusana Sampaio-DiasJournalism Studies
2019-03-19The representation of Syrian refugees in Turkey: a critical discourse analysis of three newspapersDuygu Onay-CokerContinuum
2019-03-19Safeguarding the South African public broadcaster: governance, civil society and the SABCVictoria Bronstein & Judith KatzewJournal of Media Law
2019-03-18Searching for Autonomy in Digital News Entrepreneurism ProjectsAnnett Heft & Leyla DogruelDigital Journalism
2019-03-18Harnessing Digital Media in the Fight Against Prejudice: Social Contact and Exposure to Digital Media SolutionsSabina Lissitsa, Nonna KushnirovichJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2019-03-18Missing the Big Wave: Citizens’ Discourses Against the Participatory Formats Adopted by News MediaJaume Suau, Pere Masip & Carlos RuizJournalism Practice
2019-03-18The When, Why, How and So-What of VerificationsAviv Barnoy & Zvi ReichJournalism Studies
2019-03-18Theorizing Journalism’s Institutional Relationships: An Elaboration of Gatekeeping TheoryTim P. Vos & Frank Michael RussellJournalism Studies
2019-03-18‘Just doing their job?’ Journalism, online critique and the political resignation of Metiria TureiSean Phelan, Leon A SalterJournalism
2019-03-18Journalistic construction of congruence: Chinese media’s representation of common but differentiated responsibilities in environmental protectionXin ZhaoJournalism
2019-03-18Selective Exposure to Public Service News over Thirty Years: The Role of Ideological Leaning, Party Support, and Political InterestPeter M. DahlgrenThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2019-03-18Journalistic construction of congruence: Chinese media’s representation of common but differentiated responsibilities in environmental protectionXin ZhaoJournalism
2019-03-18‘Just doing their job?’ Journalism, online critique and the political resignation of Metiria TureiSean Phelan, Leon A SalterJournalism
2019-03-18Media Coverage of Adolescent and Celebrity Suicides and Imitation Suicides among AdolescentsSang Yup LeeJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2019-03-18Media Multitasking, Second Screening, and Political Knowledge: Task-Relevant and Task-Irrelevant Second Screening during Election News ConsumptionWeina Ran & Masahiro YamamotoJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2019-03-18Emotionally Charged: Exploring the Role of Emotion in Online News Information Seeking and ProcessingTheresa M. de los Santos & Robin L. NabiJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2019-03-17Splendid isolation again? Brexit and the role of the press and online media in re-narrating the European discourseMarzia MaccaferriCritical Discourse Studies
2019-03-16Identifying "horse race" stories in election newsMiriam Boon, Larry BirnbaumIUI '19 Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces: Companion
2019-03-16Emotional woman – rational man? Gender stereotypical emotional expressivity of German politicians in news broadcastsAnna-Maria Renner, Lena MaschCommunications
The European Journal of Communication Research
2019-03-16Media frames and public perceptions of global poverty in the UK: Is there a link?Mirjam Vossen, Lau SchulpenCommunications
The European Journal of Communication Research
2019-03-16Still marginalized: Gender inequalities in the largest Polish daily’s sports coverageDziubiński Zbigniew, Natalia Organista, Zuzanna MazurCommunications
The European Journal of Communication Research
2019-03-15Mass Media as a Source of Public ResponsivenessFabian G. Neuner, Stuart N. Soroka, Christopher WlezienThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2019-03-15Online Media and Elite Accountability in Africa: The Case of Sahara Reporters and the amaBhunganeKealeboga Aiseng & Ufuoma AkpojiviCommunicatio
2019-03-15Mass Media as a Source of Public ResponsivenessFabian G. Neuner, Stuart N. Soroka, Christopher WlezienThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2019-03-15Brexit and the imaginary of ‘crisis’: a discourse-conceptual analysis of European news mediaMichał KrzyżanowskiCritical Discourse Studies
2019-03-15Learning Politics From Social Media: Interconnection of Social Media Use for Political News and Political Issue and Process KnowledgeChang Sup ParkCommunication Studies
2019-03-15Polarization and Fake News: Early Warning of Potential Misinformation TargetsMichela Del Vicario, Walter Quattrociocchi, Antonio Scala, Fabiana ZolloACM Transactions on the Web (TWEB)
2019-03-14Examining the Relationship Between Media Use and Political Engagement: A Comparative Study Among the United States, Kenya, and NigeriaOluseyi Adegbola, Sherice GearhartInternational Journal of Communication
2019-03-14Communicative Acts of Citizenship: Contesting Europe’s Border in and Through the MediaLudek StavinohaInternational Journal of Communication
2019-03-14Determinant and Consequence of Online News Authorship Verification: Blind News Consumption Creates Press CredibilitySujin Choi, Jihoon LimInternational Journal of Communication
2019-03-14Free Market Media, Democracy, and Partisanship: A Case Study of Kolkata’s Newspapers’ Coverage of Anti-Industrialization ProtestsSuruchi MazumdarInternational Journal of Communication
2019-03-14Evaluating Job Satisfaction of Latino/a Journalists in Multimedia Newsrooms: A Comparative Examination Between 2010 and 2017María de los Ángeles FloresJournalism Practice
2019-03-14‘Out is out and that’s it the people have spoken’: uses of vox pops in UK TV news coverage of the Brexit referendumAndrew TolsonCritical Discourse Studies
2019-03-14The Gulf Information War and the Role of Media and Communication Technologies: Editorial IntroductionIlhem Allagui, Banu AkdenizliInternational Journal of Communication
2019-03-14The Gulf Crisis and Narratives of Emotionality in Nepal's English-Language PressSubin PaulInternational Journal of Communication
2019-03-14News Coverage of the Gulf Crisis in the Turkish Mediascape: Agendas, Frames, and Manufacturing ConsentIvo Furman, Erkan Saka, Savaş Yıldırım, Ece ElbeyiInternational Journal of Communication
2019-03-13Journalism Educators, Regulatory Realities, and Pedagogical Predicaments of the ‘Fake News’ Era: A Comparative Perspective on the Middle East and AfricaBruce Mutsvairo, Saba BebawiJournalism & Mass Communication Educator
2019-03-12Examining innovation as process: Action research in journalism studiesAndrea Wagemans, Tamara WitschgeConvergence
2019-03-12Good Professional Reasons for Bad Journalism Practice: Inventing Audience Contributions in a Live Tv DebateMarcel Burger & Richard FitzgeraldJournalism Practice
2019-03-11The other ‘fake’ news: Professional ideals and objectivity ambitions in brand journalismMichael SerazioJournalism
2019-03-11Who will intervene to save news comments? Deviance and social control in communities of news commentersBrendan R Watson, Zhao Peng, Seth C LewisNew Media & Society
2019-03-11Protecting Europe’s content production from US giantsSally Broughton Micova, Felix Hempel & Sabine JacquesJournal of Media Law
2019-03-08Constructive Journalism in Arab Transitional Democracies: Perceptions, Attitudes and PerformanceRasha AllamJournalism Practice
2019-03-08(Re)defining Journalistic Expertise in the Digital Transformation: A Content Analysis of Job AnnouncementsLei Guo & Yong VolzJournalism Practice
2019-03-08Mobile Devices Offer Little In-depth News: Sensational, Breaking and Entertainment News Dominate Mobile News SitesArthur D. Santana & David M. DozierJournalism Practice
2019-03-08Don’t Quote me: Effects of Named, Quoted, and Partisan News SourcesMegan Duncan, Kathleen Bartzen Culver, Douglas McLeod & Christopher KremmerJournalism Practice
2019-03-08From “Leftist” To “President”: Journalism and Editorial Coverage of Brazil’s Lula in Five ElectionsMariane Nava & Francisco Paulo Jamil MarquesJournalism Practice
2019-03-08News coverage of human rights: Investigating determinants of media attentionScott R MaierJournalism
2019-03-08Analyzing the legal roots and moral core of digital consentElizabeth Edenberg, Meg Leta JonesNew Media & Society
2019-03-08Cultural and Moral Implications of Soli and Its Effects on Journalism in Northern GhanaAmin Alhassan & Muhammed AbdulaiJournal of Media Ethics
2019-03-07Framing the migration: A study of news photographs showing people fleeing war and persecutionKeith Greenwood, TJ ThomsonInternational Communication Gazette
2019-03-07How do Human Rights Fit into the Debate? The Representation and Frames of Social Movement Organizations in a Newspaper Debate on the 2010 French Eviction and Expulsion of Roma MigrantsChloë Delcour & Lesley HustinxJournalism Studies
2019-03-07Soft Spot for Soft News? Influences of Journalistic Role Conceptions on Hard and Soft News CoverageIsabella GloggerJournalism Studies
2019-03-07Risky satire: Examining how a traditional news outlet’s use of satire can affect audience perceptions and future engagement with the news sourceJason T Peifer, Jessica Gall MyrickJournalism
2019-03-07Potential FCC Actions Against “Fake News”: The News Distortion Policy and the Broadcast Hoax RuleJoel TimmerCommunication Law and Policy
2019-03-06New issue of British Journalism ReviewBritish Journalism Review
2019-03-06On the relativity of old and new media: A lifeworld perspectiveManuel Menke, Christian SchwarzeneggerConvergence
2019-03-06Newsgames for the Greater Good: The Effects of Graphic Realism and Geographic Proximity on Knowledge Acquisition and Willingness to HelpJih-Hsuan Tammy Lin, Dai-Yun WuJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2019-03-06Blue-Collar Witnesses to Power: The Culture of Photographers at the Associated PressSoomin SeoJournalism Studies
2019-03-06Constructive journalism and Moyers’ dictumMartin SeligmanJournalism
2019-03-05Attribution Practices for the Man-Machine Marriage: How Perceived Human Intervention, Automation Metaphors, and Byline Location Affect the Perceived Bias and Credibility of Purportedly Automated ContentT. Franklin WaddellJournalism Practice
2019-03-01NO QUICK FIX: How Journalists Assess the Impact and Define the Boundaries of Solutions JournalismElia Powers & Alex CurryJournalism Studies
2019-03-01News on Events and Social Media: A Comparative Analysis of Facebook Users’ ReactionsSusana Salgado & Giuliano BobbaJournalism Studies
2019-03-01Consumptive News Feed Curation on Social Media as Proactive Personalization: A Study of Six East Asian MarketsFrancis L. F. Lee, Michael Che-ming Chan, Hsuan-Ting Chen, Rasmus Nielsen & Richard FletcherJournalism Studies
2019-03-01Navigating conflicts of interest: Ethical policies of 12 exemplary Asian media organisationsCherian George, Yuan Zeng, Suruchi MazumdarJournalism
2019-03-01‘This is (not) Entertainment!’: media constructions of political scandal discourses in the 2016 US presidential electionLaura Vorberg, Anna ZeitlerMedia, Culture & Society
2019-03-01Case Half-Closed: The Hutchins Commission’s Indictment of Pressure Groups for Media ManipulationStephen BatesMedia History
2019-03-01Russian newsrooms in digital era: challenges and prospectsAndrei V. Vyrkovsky, Marina Yu. Galkina, Alexander V. Kolesnichenko, Anastasia Yu. Obraztsova & Sergei A. VartanovRussian Journal of Communication
2019-03-01Zambian media in transition: Media reforms in an economic and political contextBasil HamusokweJournal of African Media Studies
2019-03-01Boko Haram in the Nigerian press: The politics of labellingMercy Ette, Sarah JoeJournal of African Media Studies
2019-03-01Speaking to power through newspaper editorials in ZimbabweMathew Nyaungwa, Anthea GarmanJournal of African Media Studies
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