Research of March 2022

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

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PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2022-03-01Teaching Data Journalism: A Systematic ReviewHarikrishnann Bhaskaran, Geeta Kashyap & Harsh Mishra
2022-03-01Black cultural projection: an analysis of major daily news coverage of successful black mayoral campaigns in major US CitiesDavid L. Stamps, Shaniece Bickham, Sheryl Kennedy Haydel & Jinx Coleman BroussardThe Communication Review
2022-03-01Imagining the social future of dronesElisa Serafinelli
Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies
2022-03-01Discursive Toolkits of Anti-Muslim Disinformation on TwitterKiran Vinod Bhatia, Payal Arora
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-03-01Media and information literacy for developing resistance to ‘infodemic’: lessons to be learnt from the binge of misinformation during COVID-19 pandemicNirmal Singh, Gagandeep Banga
Media, Culture & Society
2022-03-01Political Events in a Partisan Media Ecology: Asymmetric Influence on Candidate AppraisalsJiyoun Suk, Dhavan V. Shah,Leticia Bode, Stephanie Edgerly, Kjerstin Thorson, Emily Vraga, Chris Wells & Jon Pevehouse Mass Communication and Society
2022-03-01Media and information literacy for developing resistance to ‘infodemic’: lessons to be learnt from the binge of misinformation during COVID-19 pandemicNirmal Singh, Gagandeep Banga
Media, Culture & Society
2022-03-01Production, policy and power: the screen industry’s response to the environmental crisisInge Ejbye Sørensen, Caitriona Noonan
Media, Culture & Society
2022-03-01Disconnection: How Measured Separations From Journalistic Norms and Labor Can Help Sustain JournalismValérie Bélair-Gagnon, Diana Bossio, Avery E. Holton, Logan Molyneux
Social Media + Society
2022-03-02Does Third-Party Fact-Checking Increase Trust in News Stories? An Australian Case Study Using the “Sports Rorts” AffairAndrea Carson, Andrew Gibbons, Aaron Martin &Justin B. PhillipsDigital Journalism
2022-03-02Social Media Metrics in the Digital Marketplace of Attention: Does Journalistic Capital Matter for Social Media Capital?Jieun Shin & Katherine OgnyanovaDigital Journalism
2022-03-02If You Have Choices, Why Not Choose (and Share) All of Them? A Multiverse Approach to Understanding News Engagement on Social MediaChristian Pipal, Hyunjin Song & Hajo G. BoomgaardenDigital Journalism
2022-03-02Debunking False Information: Investigating Journalists’ Fact-Checking SkillsMarju Himma-Kadakas &Indrek OjametsDigital Journalism
2022-03-02(Electronic) Mailing the Editor: Emails, Message Boards and Early Interactive Web Design in the 1990sWill MariDigital Journalism
2022-03-02Mistresses, mothers, and headscarves: media representations of women in corruption scandals in IndonesiaKanti Pertiwi & Teguh Wijaya Mulya
Feminist Media Studies
2022-03-02Cyberbully-in-chief: exploring Donald Trump’s aggressive communication behavior on TwitterJames Bingaman & Scott E. CaplanAtlantic Journal of Communication
2022-03-02Journalism and Democratic Backsliding: Critical Realism as a Diagnostic and Prescription for ReformMichael McDevittPolitical Communication
2022-03-02Reifying subjectivities: A critical discourse analysis of The Assam Tribune in Northeast India
Suanmuanlian Tonsing
Discourse & Communication
2022-03-03Temporality of contemporary media usage practices: Types of pausesHalliki Harro-Loit, Ragne Kõuts-Klemm
European Journal of Communication
2022-03-03Crumbled autonomy: Czech journalists leaving the Prime Minister's newspapersLenka Waschková Císařová, Johana Kotišová
European Journal of Communication
2022-03-03“How a Facebook Update Can Cost You Your Job”: News Coverage of Employment Terminations Following Social Media Disclosures, From Racist Cops to Queer TeachersBrady Robards, Darren Graf
Social Media + Society
2022-03-03Temporality of contemporary media usage practices: Types of pausesHalliki Harro-Loit, Ragne Kõuts-Klemm
European Journal of Communication
2022-03-03“I Can’t Just Pull a Woman Out of a Hat”: A Mixed-Methods Study on Journalistic Drivers of Women’s Representation in Political NewsAndreas A. Riedl, Tobias Rohrbach, Christina Krakovsky
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-03-03Perceived Social Status and Ethnic Stratification—Evidence from Journalists in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous RegionFen Lin & Xiaoning HanJournalism Practice
2022-03-03Unpacking Value Creation Dynamics in Journalism Education. A Covid-19 Case StudyRagnhild Kristine Olsen, Gunhild Ring Olsen & Heidi Røsok-DahlJournalism Practice
2022-03-03Covering Synergistic Effects of Climate Change: Global Challenges for JournalismRobert E. Gutsche Jr & Juliet PintoJournalism Practice
2022-03-03Logics of Exclusion: How Ukrainian Audiences Renegotiate Propagandistic Narratives in Times of ConflictOlga PasitselskaPolitical Communication
2022-03-03Social media advocacy and gun violence: Applying the engagement model to nonprofit organizations’ communication effortsMinhee Choi, Brooke McKeeverPublic Relations Review
2022-03-03Corrigendum to Diffusion of Development Journalism Inside Egyptian NewsroomsAllam, Rasha, and El Gody, Ahmed
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-03-04Mixing “Nonsense with Substance”: Negotiating Satirical and Investigative Journalism Hybrid Genre in NigeriaJude Nwakpoke OgbodoAfrican Journalism Studies
2022-03-04But who will care about teenagers?Fiona Chesterton
British Journalism Review
2022-03-04Careful what you wish forTom Leonard
British Journalism Review
2022-03-04When did you last hold a newspaper?Kim Fletcher
British Journalism Review
2022-03-04Rolling over to be tickledJames Hanning
British Journalism Review
2022-03-04When media don’t add upPaul Foster
British Journalism Review
2022-03-04A fight that never stopsMartin Bright
British Journalism Review
2022-03-04Who shall save a benighted BBC?Patrick Barwise
British Journalism Review
2022-03-04Taking back controlEditorial
British Journalism Review
2022-03-04The truth about Meghan MarkleJulian Petley
British Journalism Review
2022-03-04Helping power escape truthPeter Oborne
British Journalism Review
2022-03-04Representations of the 2014 Hong Kong protests in journalistic translation: A corpus-based critical framing analysis of Chinese and English news coverageYuan Ping
Journalism
2022-03-04The translation of multimedia news stories: Rewriting the digital narrativeMaría José Hernández Guerrero
Journalism
2022-03-04Going Viral: Limited-Purpose Public Figures, Involuntary Public Figures, and Viral Media ContentDerigan Silver PhD & Loryn RumseyCommunication Law and Policy
2022-03-04The Routinization of Media Events: Televised Sports in the Era of Mega-TVIlan Tamir, Sam Lehman-Wilzig
Television & New Media
2022-03-04Restricting Los Angeles Paparazzi: California’s Legal Efforts Impacting Free Press RightsKyser Lough
Newspaper Research Journal
2022-03-05News comment sections and online echo chambers: The ideological alignment between partisan news stories and their user commentsJiyoung Han, Youngin Lee, Junbum Lee, Meeyoung Cha
Journalism
2022-03-05Editor’s Note, Winter 2022, (Newspaper Research Journal)Editorial
Newspaper Research Journal
2022-03-05Introduction: Global Perspectives on Journalism and the Coronavirus PandemicKarin Wahl-Jorgensen & Thorsten QuandtJournalism Studies
2022-03-06Adolescent media use, parent involvement and health outcomes: a latent class analysis approachMegan A. Moreno, Aubrey D. Gower, Daniel Pham, Qianqian Zhao & Jens EickhoffInformation, Communication & Society
2022-03-07Reconstruction and Adaptation in Times of a Contagious Crisis: A Case of African Newsrooms’ Response to the Covid-19 PandemicTrust Matsilele, Lungile Tshuma, Mbongeni Msimanga
Journal of Communication Inquiry
2022-03-07Local fiction series: the value of European Public Service Media (1990–2020)Celina Navarro, Núria García-Muñoz, Matilde Delgado
Media, Culture & Society
2022-03-07Kitchen sink dramas and the search for common culture: a comparative analysis of migrant domestic worker abuse in Hong Kong’s English and Chinese-language news mediaJulian M Groves, Tsz-chun Siu, Mei-yue WongMedia, Culture & Society
2022-03-07Local fiction series: the value of European Public Service Media (1990–2020)Celina Navarro, Núria García-Muñoz, Matilde Delgado
Media, Culture & Society
2022-03-07The ideograph of Territorial Sovereignty: Framing of China's Belt and Road Initiative by the Times of IndiaZhou Li
International Communication Gazette
2022-03-07Beyond feminist heroines: framing the discourses on Kurdish women fighters in three types of Western mediaBénédicte SantoireFeminist Media Studies
2022-03-07The mediating role of social recommendation in the relationship between concern over expression and social media news participation: a comparative study of six Asian societiesMacau K. F. Mak,Michael Chan, Francis L. F. Lee & Hsuan-Ting ChenAsian Journal of Communication
2022-03-08Defending democracy or amplifying populism? Journalistic coverage, Twitter, and users’ engagement in Bolsonaro’s BrazilGiulia Sbaraini Fontes, Francisco Paulo Jamil Marques
Journalism
2022-03-08How journalists do memory work with numbers: The case of the 220,000 deaths during the Colombian conflict (1958–2012)Jose Ortega, Brendan Lawson
Journalism
2022-03-08Eyewitness Memory in Journalistic Context: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Study Post-Event Misinformation EffectsRobin BlomJournalism Practice
2022-03-08Her resistance is many: the accented filmmaking practice of Mizgin Müjde ArslanPinar FontiniFeminist Media Studies
2022-03-09The Effect of Innovation on the Market Structure of the Media Industry: A Longitudinal StudyTom VizcarrondoInternational Journal on Media Management
2022-03-09Deuxièmes rencontres internationales de recherche sur le journalismeFlorence Le CamSur le Journalisme...
2022-03-09“Mothers are Medicine”: U.S. Indigenous Media Emphasizing Indigenous Women's Roles in COVID-19 CoverageCandi S. Carter Olson, Benjamin LaPoe, Victoria LaPoe, Cristina L. Azocar, Bharbi Hazarika
Journal of Communication Inquiry
2022-03-09The 14th Amendment in the Supreme Court's Plessy and Brown Decisions and Influences on Editorial Arguments about Segregation in the Southern United States, 1960–1964Ali Noor Mohamed
Journal of Communication Inquiry
2022-03-09Interdisciplinary approaches to journalistic translationRoberto A Valdeón
Journalism
2022-03-09A CiteSpace-based analysis of the application of Critical Discourse Analysis in news discourseJunfang Mu, Rui Ma
Discourse & Communication
2022-03-09Interdisciplinary approaches to journalistic translationRoberto A Valdeón
Journalism
2022-03-10The boy on the beach: Shifts in US policy discourses on Syrian asylum following the death of Alan KurdiKelsey Oliver Imanishi
Media, Culture & Society
2022-03-10Forgiving the News: The Effects of Error Corrections on News Users’ Reactions and the Influence of Individual Characteristics and PerceptionsJakob Henke, Stefanie Holtrup & Wiebke Moehring
Journalism Studies
2022-03-10Confessional Journalism, Authenticity and Lived Experiences: A Case Study of News Stories Published During the Irish Abortion ReferendumLucia VodanovicJournalism Practice
2022-03-10“Through Our Prism”: Black Television Sports Journalists’ Work Experiences and Interactions with Black AthletesKevin Hull, Denetra Walker, Miles Romney & Kirstin PellizzaroJournalism Practice
2022-03-10Injecting Disinfectants to Kill the Virus: Media Literacy, Information Gathering Sources, and the Moderating Role of Political Ideology on Misperceptions about COVID-19Porismita Borah, Erica Austin & Yan SuMass Communication and Society
2022-03-10Costumes of Empathy: Dress in Australian newspaper depictions of prime ministerial responses to natural disaster from 1967Rosemary Williamson
Media History
2022-03-10Standing on the Edge of Two Cultural Worlds:
The English-Language Press in Nineteenth-Century Italy
Isabelle RichetMedia History
2022-03-10Fighting Propaganda with Censorship: A Study of the Ukrainian Ban on Russian Social MediaYevgeniy GolovchenkoThe Journal of Politics
2022-03-11Unpacking the Determinants of Outrage and Recognition in Public Discourse: Insights Across Socio-Cultural Divides, Political Systems, and Media TypesCharlotte Löb, Eike Mark Rinke, Carina Weinmann, Hartmut Wessler
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-03-11Media Startups Are Behaving More like Tech Startups—Iterative, Multi-Skilled and Journalists That “Hustle”Matthew Chew & Edson C. Tandoc JrDigital Journalism
2022-03-11The media capabilities of Druze women in IsraelBaruch ShomronFeminist Media Studies
2022-03-11The anxiety over soft masculinity: a critical discourse analysis of the “prevention of feminisation of male teenagers” debate in the Chinese-language news mediaYating Yu & Hongsheng SuiFeminist Media Studies
2022-03-12Partisan news versus party cues: The effect of cross-cutting party and partisan network cues on polarization and persuasionAdam L. Ozer, Jamie M. Wright
Research & Politics
2022-03-13Clickbait for climate change: comparing emotions in headlines and full-texts and their engagementZhan Xu,Mary Laffidy &Lauren EllisInformation, Communication & Society
2022-03-13News credibility revisited: the roles of news comment engagement and news literacy on news portal credibility in South KoreaDeborah S. Chung, Hyun Ju Jeong, Sangwon Lee & Seungahn Nah
Asian Journal of Communication
2022-03-14A Question of Design: Strategies for Embedding AI-Driven Tools into Journalistic Work RoutinesMarisela Gutierrez Lopez, Colin Porlezza, Glenda Cooper, Stephann Makri, Andrew MacFarlane &Sondess MissaouiDigital Journalism
2022-03-14On the Use of Narrative Structure and Encapsulation for Health-related Stories Contained Within Digital News PackagesSpencer Barnes &Jennah SontagJournalism Practice
2022-03-14Does Fatigue from Ongoing News Issues Harm News Media? Assessing Reciprocal Relationships Between Audience Issue Fatigue and News Media EvaluationsGwendolin GurrJournalism Studies
2022-03-14Media Models for Nonviolence: Instagram Representations of the #Womensmarch Mass Mobilization News and Audience EngagementDanielle K. BrownInternational Journal of Communication
2022-03-14China in Africa: Representation of Chinese Investments in Africa by Western, Chinese, and African MediaFrankline MatanjiInternational Journal of Communication
2022-03-14Passionate Hiking Fan or Loving Parent? How Personalized Self-Presentation in the Media Affects the Perception of Female and Male PoliticiansNora Denner, Svenja Schäfer, Christian Schemer
International Journal of Communication
2022-03-14The Limits of Diversity: How Publishing Industries Make RaceAnamik Saha, Sandra van LenteInternational Journal of Communication
2022-03-14Charting the Progression of a Journalism Subarea: A Meta-Analysis of Peace Journalism ScholarshipAdeola Abdulateef Elega, Engin Aluç, Omar Abu Arqoub, Metin ErsoyInternational Journal of Communication
2022-03-14Normalizing Normalization: Emirati and Israeli Newspaper Framing of the Israel–Palestine Conflict Before and After the Abraham AccordsMohammed el-Nawawy, Mohamad Hamas ElmasryInternational Journal of Communication
2022-03-14Bilingualism and the Televisual Architecture of Linguistic (dis-) Encounters in the Israeli Television Show Arab LaborNahuel Ribke
Television & New Media
2022-03-15‘Indecent and Suggestive Pictorial Matter’: Banning Picture Post in IrelandMark O’BrienMedia History
2022-03-15Realities beyond reporting: women environmental defenders in South AfricaDalena TranFeminist Media Studies
2022-03-15Conflict in the international system in the time of Trump: Strategic narratives in White House daily newslettersFaith Leslie, Laura Roselle
Media, War & Conflict
2022-03-15Sticky fingers and smudged sound: vinyl records and the mess of media hygieneRachel PlotnickCritical Studies in Media Communication
2022-03-15News stories and images of immigration online: A quantitative analysis of digital-native and traditional news websites of different political orientations and social media engagementUmberto Famulari & Lesa Hatley Major
Atlantic Journal of Communication
2022-03-16The Influence of Japanese Colonialism on Post-Independence Indonesian RadioMasdukiMedia History
2022-03-16Political Economy, Ethnocentrism and big Brother Mentality in Framing Xenophobia: South African, Zimbabwean and Nigerian NewspapersDanford ZirugoAfrican Journalism Studies
2022-03-16Protecting the people, or the Olympics? Agenda-cutting of the COVID-19 risk in the news coverage of Japan’s public broadcasterYosuke Buchmeier
Media, Culture & Society
2022-03-16Australian regional journalists’ role perceptions at a time of upheavalCaroline Fisher, David Nolan, Kieran McGuinness, Sora Park
Media International Australia
2022-03-16Framing Climate Change in the 5th Estate: Comparing Online Advocacy and Denial Webpages and Their EngagementZhan Xu, David J. Atkin
Electronic News
2022-03-16Social pathways of traditional fairy tale heroines: Teaching social trajectories through a compare-contrast model with story mapsDijana VučkovićFeminist Media Studies
2022-03-16“The day joy was over:” representation of pregnancy loss in the newsZelly MartinFeminist Media Studies
2022-03-16Avoid or Authenticate? A Multilevel Cross-Country Analysis of the Roles of Fake News Concern and News Fatigue on News Avoidance and AuthenticationMichael Chan, Francis L. F. Lee & Hsuan-Ting ChenDigital Journalism
2022-03-16Who, What, and How: Identifying Judicial Constructions of JournalismJared SchroederJournalism Studies
2022-03-17Automated News Reading in the Neural Age: Audience Reception and Perceived Credibility of a News Broadcast Read By a Neural VoiceL. Heiselberg, J. N. Blom & A. van DalenJournalism Studies
2022-03-17Navigating the Coronavirus Infodemic: Exploring the Impact of Need for Orientation, Epistemic Beliefs and Type of Media Use on Knowledge and Misperception about COVID-19Taeyoung Lee,Thomas J. Johnson &David H. WeaverMass Communication and Society
2022-03-17How do transnational public spheres emerge? Comparing news and social media networks during the Madrid climate talksTimothy Neff, Dariusz Jemielniak
New Media & Society
2022-03-17Categorisations of developed and developing countries in UN news on climate changeGuofeng Wang, Ming Liu & Yihang XinSocial Semiotics
2022-03-17Developing A Model of News Literacy in Early Adolescents: A Survey StudyS.L. Tamboer,M. Kleemans, I. Molenaar & T. BosseMass Communication and Society
2022-03-18Digital media and political consumerism in the United States, United Kingdom, and FranceShelley Boulianne, Lauren Copeland, Karolina Koc-Michalska
New Media & Society
2022-03-18From Bondi to Fairfield: NSW COVID-19 press conferences, health messaging, and social inequalityDuc Dau, Katie Ellis
Media International Australia
2022-03-18Municipal Matters:
Local government reporting and news values in England’s provincial press, 1900–1950
Carole O’ReillyMedia History
2022-03-21‘This is ridiculous – I need to start a paper…’: An exploration of aims and intentions of regional print proprietors of post-COVID start-up newspapersRenee Barnes, Harry Dugmore, Peter English, Rosanna Natoli, Elizabeth J Stephens
Media International Australia
2022-03-21English teaching and media education: the (lost) legacies of Cultural StudiesBill Green &Steve Connolly
Continuum
2022-03-22Terrains of Media Work; Producing Amateurs and Professionals in the 19th-Century United StatesJames F. HamiltonMedia History
2022-03-22Edgar Whitaker:
A British Journalist in the Ottoman Empire
Burhan ÇağlarMedia History
2022-03-22The Elitist Public Sphere in China: A Case Study of Online Contestation by Former Critical Journalists During the Coronavirus OutbreakSally Xiaojin ChenJavnost - The Public
2022-03-22The view from the hinterland: caste, gender and press freedom in Hindi news reportingSubin Paul &Ruth PalmerAsian Journal of Communication
2022-03-22Demystifying disinformation shadow economies: fake news work models in Indonesia and the PhilippinesJonathan Corpus Ong &Ross TapsellAsian Journal of Communication
2022-03-22The Wiz in the Witch Hunt: Milton Stewart, the FCC, and the FBIStephen BatesAmerican Journalism
2022-03-22The next time is now! How children and media professionals must respond to Russia’s war in UkraineDafna Lemish &Maya GötzJournal of Children and Media
2022-03-23Weinstein's Scandal: Contrastive Study on Intensification in American and Spanish Opinion ColumnsConchi Hernández-Guerra
Journal of Communication Inquiry
2022-03-23How Fiction Makes Amends for Journalism: The Case of When They See UsLucía Gastón-Lorente, Beatriz Gómez-Baceiredo, Antonio Martínez-Illán
Journal of Communication Inquiry
2022-03-23Racism and journalism: The dangers of returning to the ‘safe-space’ of objectivityJohn Budarick
Journalism
2022-03-23Community, Connection, and a Constellation: How Narratives, Nerdfighters, and New Media Could Be Used in Mass Communication ClassesEmily S. Kinsky
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator
2022-03-23Soft news in soft war: Maximum pressure, Voice of America, and outrage media in IranGilda Modjtahedi, Piotr M. Szpunar
International Communication Gazette
2022-03-23IntroductionDavid Nolan, Stephanie Brookes, Scott Wright
Media International Australia
2022-03-23India’s Floating Disinformation during the COVID-19 PandemicAshish SharmaJournal of Media Ethics
2022-03-23“My mother is not newsworthy”: Framing missingness in IsraelOri Katz
Journalism
2022-03-24The Effects of Flagging Propaganda Sources on News Sharing: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from TwitterFan Liang, Qinfeng Zhu, Gabriel Miao Li
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-03-24Viral journalism. Strategy, tactics and limitations of the fast spread of content on social media: Case study of the United Kingdom quality publicationsAnastasia Denisova
Journalism
2022-03-24The Effects of Flagging Propaganda Sources on News Sharing: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from TwitterFan Liang, Qinfeng Zhu, Gabriel Miao Li
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-03-24Social Media and Belief in Misinformation in Mexico: A Case of Maximal Panic, Minimal Effects?Sebastián Valenzuela, Carlos Muñiz, Marcelo Santos
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-03-24Viral journalism. Strategy, tactics and limitations of the fast spread of content on social media: Case study of the United Kingdom quality publicationsAnastasia Denisova
Journalism
2022-03-24WeChat and the Sharing of News in Networked ChinaVivien Weiwei XuDigital Journalism
2022-03-24Media reverberations on the ‘red line’: Syria, metaphor and narrative in news mediaFederica Ferrari
Media, War & Conflict
2022-03-24Infectious Media: Cholera and the Circulation of Texts in the Finnish Press, 1860–1920Sofia Paasikivi ,Hannu Salmi, Aleksi Vesanto &Filip GinterMedia History
2022-03-24Media Representations and the Politics of the COVID-19 Pandemic in BulgariaMaria Popova &Iliya ValkovJournal of Media Ethics
2022-03-24Buying the news: A quantitative study of the effects of corporate acquisition on local newsBenjamin LeBrun, Kaitlyn Todd, Andrew Piper
New Media & Society
2022-03-25Short-Lived Play:
Trans-European travels in print sex edutainment
Susanna Paasonen &Laura Ellen SaarenmaaMedia History
2022-03-25Crimes of Communication: The Implications of Australian Espionage Law for Global MediaRebecca Ananian-Welsh & Sarah KendallCommunication Law and Policy
2022-03-25Understanding “Good” and “Bad” Twitter Practices in Alternative Media: An Analysis of Online Political Media in the UK (2015–2018)Richard Thomas, Declan McDowell-Naylor & Stephen CushionJournalism Practice
2022-03-25Editors, Users and Post-Publication Gatekeeping: A Study of News Ranking on Chinese Digital Native MediaMinwei Ai,Abdul Wahab Gibrilu &Nan ZhangJournalism Practice
2022-03-25Editorial for April 2022Howard Tumber, Barbie Zelizer
Journalism
2022-03-26“The right to voice your opinions”: A historical case study in audience members’ emotional hostility to radio journalistsKathryn J McGarr
Journalism
2022-03-26Contemporary Critics and Seminal Sources:
A critical review of the historiography of the first newspaper in South Africa
Gawie BotmaMedia History
2022-03-27Guarding the Firewall: How Political Journalists Distance Themselves From the Editorial Endorsement ProcessGregory Perreault, Volha Kananovich, Ella Hackett
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-03-27Not All Norm Information is the Same: Effects of Normative Content in the Media on Young People’s Perceptions of E-Cigarette and Tobacco Use NormsLeeann Siegel, Jiaying Liu, Laura Gibson, Robert Hornik
Communication Research
2022-03-27Reading, Commenting and Sharing of Fake News: How Online Bandwagons and Bots Dictate User EngagementMaria D. Molina, Jinping Wang, S. Shyam Sundar, Thai Le, Carlina DiRusso
Communication Research
2022-03-27Newspapers as tools to promote national agenda: How Chinese Communist Party newspapers frame images of the South China Sea disputes for national and international audiencesRunping Zhu, Richard Krever
Global Media and Communication
2022-03-27The Slow Media Activism of the Spanish Pensioners’ Movement: Imaginaries, Ecologies, and PracticesAlejandro Barranquero, Ángel BarbasInternational Journal of Communication
2022-03-27Explicating the Enigma Through the Cultural Lens: Media Stereotyping as a “Ritual”Miki TanikawaInternational Journal of Communication
2022-03-27From Believing to Sharing: Examining the Effects of Partisan Media’s Correction of COVID-19 Vaccine MisinformationShuning Lu, Lingzi ZhongInternational Journal of Communication
2022-03-27The Ghosts of Newspapers Past: Public Interest Journalism as MovementYuan Zeng, Cherian George
International Journal of Communication
2022-03-27The Genderization of American Political Parties in Presidential Election Coverage on Network Television (1992–2020)Maria Elizabeth Grabe, Ozen BasInternational Journal of Communication
2022-03-27Biased Coverage of Political Rumors: Partisan Bias in the Media’s Coverage of Political Rumors in the 2017 Presidential Election in South Korea Through Issue Filtering and FramingHoon Lee, Jaeyoung Hur, Jiyoung Yeon, Hongjin Shim
International Journal of Communication
2022-03-28Journalistic translation: A gate at which journalism studies and translation studies meetEsmaeil Kalantari
Journalism
2022-03-28A Test of Free Speech: Applying the Ethics of Care to Coverage of Snyder V. PhelpsLeslie Klein &Brett Gregory JohnsonJournal of Media Ethics
2022-03-29Constructing young selves in a digital media ecology: youth cultures, practices and identityLiza TsalikiInformation, Communication & Society
2022-03-29Sources of the Media Agenda: Source Selection and Media Reform in ArgentinaMariana De Maio & Wayne Wanta
Journalism Practice
2022-03-29Innovation in Journalistic Practices: Combining Depth, Quality, and Publication in Real TimeDiana L. Álvarez-MacíasJournalism Practice
2022-03-29Public Perceptions and Attitudes Towards the Application of Artificial Intelligence in Journalism: From a China-based SurveyMengru Sun, Wencai Hu &Yun WuJournalism Practice
2022-03-29Extending psychological reactance theory to include denial of threat and media sharing intentions as freedom restoration behaviorNoel H. McGuire &Hannah BallCommunication Research Reports
2022-03-29Militant, annoying and sexy: a corpus-based study of representations of vegans in the British pressGavin Brookes & Małgorzata ChałupnikCritical Discourse Studies
2022-03-29The Power of Neoliberalism: Transformation, Neo-Elitism and Class Continuities in the Post-Apartheid MediaPrinola GovendenTriple C
2022-03-29Power Hierarchies and Visibility in the News: Exploring Determinants of Politicians’ Presence and Prominence in the Chilean Press (1991–2019)Ximena Orchard, Bastián González-Bustamante
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-03-29HAIR, IDENTITY, AND STIGMA: seeking beauty and media alternatives from the trajectory of curly and coily-haired Brazilian womenAna Carolina Soares Oliveira, Juliana Maria Magalhães Christino & Bruno Eduardo Freitas HonoratoFeminist Media Studies
2022-03-29Accountability and transparency of Journalism at the organizational Level: News media Editorial statutes in PortugalJoão Miranda &Carlos CamponezJournalism Practice
2022-03-29“We All Know It’s Wrong, But…”: Moral Judgment of Cyberbullying in U.S. Newspaper Opinion PiecesRachel YoungJournal of Media Ethics
2022-03-29Power Hierarchies and Visibility in the News: Exploring Determinants of Politicians’ Presence and Prominence in the Chilean Press (1991–2019)Ximena Orchard, Bastián González-Bustamante
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-03-30Televisual Drag: Reimagining South Asian Film and Media StudiesAswin Punathambekar, Padma Chirumamilla
Television & New Media
2022-03-30Online opinions, sentiments and news framing of the first nuclear referendum in Taiwan: a mix-method approachTrisha T. C. LinAsian Journal of Communication
2022-03-30Making News Outside Legacy Media:
Peripheral Actors within an African Communication Ecology
David Cheruiyot, j. Siguru Wahutu, Admire Mare, George Ogola & Hayes Mawindi MabweazaraAfrican Journalism Studies
2022-03-30Independent Online and News24 Framing of Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma: A Case Study of the African National Congress 54th National ConferenceTigere P. Muringa & Donal McCrackenCommunicatio
2022-03-31Pathways Linking Media Use to Wellbeing during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Mediated Moderation StudyJiankun Gong, Amira Firdaus, Fareyha Said, Iffat Ali Aksar, Mahmoud Danaee, Jinghong Xu
Social Media + Society
2022-03-31Highlighting Incivility: How the News Media’s Focus on Political Incivility Affects Political Trust and News CredibilityIne Goovaerts
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-03-31‘Spotlight’: Virtuous Journalism in PracticeYayu FengJournal of Media Ethics
2022-03-31Introduction: epistemic contestations in the hybrid media environmentKatja Valaskivi & David G. RobertsonPopular Communication
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