Research of November 2018

Journalism Research of November 2018

Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in November 2018 about journalism research.

PublishedTitleAuthor(s)Journal / publisher
2018-11-01Not So Distinct After All: Assessing Social Stratification of News Users on the WebJacob ØrmenJournalism Studies
2018-11-01The Discipline-Autonomy Paradox: How U.S. Journalism Textbooks Construct Reporters’ Freedom Just to Tear it DownPerry ParksJournalism Studies
2018-11-01When Medicine Meets Media: How Health News is Co-produced Between Health and Media ProfessionalsJoyce Stroobant, Sarah Van den Bogaert & Karin RaeymaeckersJournalism Studies
2018-11-01New media clues and old journalistic habits: Representing the refugees in Romanian mediaValentina Marinescu, Ecaterina BalicaJournalism
2018-11-01The Ethics of Care as a Universal Framework for Global JournalismMohammad Delwar Hossain & James AucoinJournal of Media Ethics
2018-11-01Reinforcing attitudes in a gatewatching news era: Individual-level antecedents to sharing fact-checks on social mediaMichelle A. Amazeen, Chris J. Vargo & Toby HoppCommunication Monographs
2018-11-01Who is Addressed in this Comment?: Automatically Classifying Meta-Comments in News CommentsMarlo Häring, Wiebke Loosen, Walid MaalejProceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction - CSCW
2018-11-01Journalism, Image and Power: Repertoire for Racial RepresentationsRosane BorgesGlobal Media Journal
2018-11-02Changing objective: Re-examining the Journalist and the MurdererPatrick WaltersNewspaper Research Journal
2018-11-02Social media and connective journalism: The formation of counterpublics and youth civic participationRegina Marchi, Lynn Schofield ClarkJournalism
2018-11-02Identifying Media Effects Through Low-Cost, Multiwave Field ExperimentsKimberly Gross, Ethan Porter & Thomas J. WoodPolitical Communication
2018-11-03Fake News in the News: An Analysis of Partisan Coverage of the Fake News PhenomenonXunru Che, Danaë Metaxa-Kakavouli, Jeffrey T. HancockCSCW '18 Companion of the 2018 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing
2018-11-04Comparing legacy media responses to the changing business of news: Cross-national similarities and differences across media typesAlessio Cornia, Annika Sehl, Rasmus Kleis NielsenInternational Communication Gazette
2018-11-04Photographing the ‘battlefield’: The role of ideology in photojournalist practices during the anti-austerity protests in GreeceAnastasia Veneti, Darren G Lilleker, Paul ReillyJournalism
2018-11-04Filicide, journalism and the ‘disempowered man’ in three Australian cases 2010–2016Janine LittleJournalism
2018-11-06Data Journalism Sustainability
An outlook on the future of data-driven reporting
Florian Stalph & Eddy Borges-ReyDigital Journalism
2018-11-06Comparing Innovation and Social Media Strategies in Scandinavian and US NewspapersKatja Lehtisaari, Mikko Villi, Mikko Grönlund, Carl-Gustav Lindén, Bozena I. Mierzejewska, Robert Picard & Axel RoepnackDigital Journalism
2018-11-06The Need for Smarter Definitions and Practical, Timely Empirical Research on Information DisorderClaire WardleDigital Journalism
2018-11-06Hyperlocal News And Media AccountabilityCarina TenorDigital Journalism
2018-11-06The Networked Freelancer?
Digital labour and freelance journalism in the age of social media
Kathryn Hayes & Henry SilkeDigital Journalism
2018-11-06News by Numbers
The evolution of analytics in journalism
Nicole Blanchett NeheliDigital Journalism
2018-11-06Making sense of innovative and disruptive news in the digital ageChrysi DagoulaJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06Constructive journalismChrysi DagoulaJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06Local news in a digital world: Stand up and start up, instead of copy and pasteBart BrouwersJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06Repairing a fractured field: Dynamics of collaboration, normalization and appropriation at intersections of newsworkScott A. Eldridge IIJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06‘Disruption’ in UK journalism education? A study of narratives of resilienceJohn SteelJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06‘Professionally we’re definitely in this together’Julian PetleyJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06Encountering disruption: Adaptation, resistance and changeScott A. Eldridge II & Marcel BroersmaJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06The grey area in the practice of online journalism in ChinaTianbo XuJournal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies
2018-11-06Framing of a Brazilian Crisis: Dilma Rousseff’s Impeachment in National and International EditorialsLiziane Guazina, Hélder Prior & Bruno AraújoJournalism Practice
2018-11-06Enhancing Local Live Tweet Stream to Detect NewsHong Wei, Jagan Sankaranarayanan, Hanan SametLENS'18 Proceedings of the 2nd ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Analytics for Local Events and News
2018-11-07What Drives Media Use in Authoritarian Regimes? Extending Selective Exposure Theory to IranMagdalena Wojcieszak, Erik C. Nisbet, Lea Kremer, Golnoosh Behrouzian, Carroll GlynnThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-11-07Understanding News Story Chains using Information Retrieval and Network Clustering TechniquesTom Nicholls & Jonathan BrightCommunication Methods and Measures
2018-11-07Immersive Journalism and Telepresence
Does virtual reality news use affect news credibility?
Seok Kang, Erin O’Brien, Arturo Villarreal, Wansoo Lee & Chad MahoodDigital Journalism
2018-11-07Digital News Report 2018 - Turkey Supplementary ReportServet YanatmaReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2018-11-08Designing a Renaissance for Digital News MediaAnette NovakMedia and Communication
2018-11-08The Midlife Crisis of the Network SocietyNikki Usher, Matt CarlsonMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Commentary on News and Participation through and beyond Proprietary Platforms in an Age of Social MediaJames E. KatzMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Networked News Participation: Future PathwaysSue Robinson, Yidong WangMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Hybrid Engagement: Discourses and Scenarios of Entrepreneurial JournalismJuho Ruotsalainen, Mikko VilliMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Strangers to the Game? Interlopers, Intralopers, and Shifting News ProductionAvery E. Holton, Valerie Belair-GagnonMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Why We Should Keep Studying Good (and Everyday) Participation: An Analogy to Political ParticipationNeta Kligler-VilenchikMedia and Communication
2018-11-08The Moral Gatekeeper? Moderation and Deletion of User-Generated Content in a Leading News ForumSvenja Boberg, Tim Schatto-Eckrodt, Lena Frischlich, Thorsten QuandtMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Alternative Media and the Notion of Anti-Systemness: Towards an Analytical FrameworkKristoffer HoltMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Dark ParticipationThorsten QuandtMedia and Communication
2018-11-08From Counter-Power to Counter-Pepe: The Vagaries of Participatory Epistemology in a Digital AgeC.W Anderson, Matthias Revers Media and Communication
2018-11-08A Decade of Research on Social Media and Journalism: Assumptions, Blind Spots, and a Way ForwardSeth C. Lewis, Logan MolyneuxMedia and Communication
2018-11-08News and Participation through and beyond Proprietary Platforms in an Age of Social MediaOscar Westlund, Mats EkströmMedia and Communication
2018-11-08Experiences of External Interference Among Finnish Journalists
Prevalence, methods and implications
Ilmari HiltunenNordicom Review
2018-11-08What changed public opinion on the same-sex marriage issue? New implications of attribute measures and attribute priming in media agenda settingVictoria Y. Chen, Paromita PainNewspaper Research Journal
2018-11-08Psychological Armor: The Science News-Letter Warns Against Propaganda (1926–1965)Susan E. SwanbergJournalism Studies
2018-11-08The Evolution of Data Journalism: A Case Study of AustraliaScott Wright & Kim DoyleJournalism Studies
2018-11-08 From Consumer Demand to User Engagement: Comparing the Popularity and Virality of Election Coverage on the InternetJacob ØrmenThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-11-09Framing Brexit: The role, and the impact, of the national newspapers on the EU ReferendumDavid KhabazNewspaper Research Journal
2018-11-09Journalism cannot solve journalism’s problemsHenrik ÖrnebringJournalism
2018-11-09Media work, identity, and the motivations that shape branding practices among journalists: An explanatory frameworkLogan Molyneux, Seth C Lewis, Avery E HoltonNew Media & Society
2018-11-11“Thank god for Deadspin”: Interlopers, metajournalistic commentary, and fake news through the lens of “journalistic realization”Scott A Eldridge, IINew Media & Society
2018-11-12A Meta-Analysis of News Media’s Public Agenda-Setting Effects, 1972-2015Yunjuan Luo, Hansel Burley, Alexander Moe, Mingxiao SuiJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-11-12News on the fly: journalist-audience online engagement success as a cultural matching processValerie Belair-GagnonMedia, Culture & Society
2018-11-12‘Rival visions of reality’: An analysis of the framing of Boko Haram in Nigerian newspapers and TwitterMercy Ette, Sarah JoeMedia, War & Conflict
2018-11-12Shaping the perception of African conflicts through framing: A case study of the African diasporic press in the UKOla OgunyemiMedia, War & Conflict
2018-11-12Framing conflicts in digital and transnational media environmentsCurd B Knüpfer, Robert M EntmanMedia, War & Conflict
2018-11-12Breaking the language barrier? Comparing TV news frames across texts in different languagesSumaya Al NahedMedia, War & Conflict
2018-11-12“The facts don’t work”: The EU referendum campaign and the journalistic construction of ‘Post-truth politics’Jeremy CollinsDiscourse, Context & Media
2018-11-13Perceptions of Media Roles in Serbia and Croatia: Does News Orientation Have an Impact?Ivanka Pjesivac & Iveta ImreJournalism Studies
2018-11-13The Impact of Constructive News on Affective and Behavioural ResponsesDenise Baden, Karen McIntyre & Fabian HombergJournalism Studies
2018-11-13Direct and Indirect Effects of Involvement on Hostile Media Perceptions in the Context of the Refugee Crisis in Germany and SwitzerlandDorothee Arlt, Caroline Dalmus & Julia MetagMass Communication and Society
2018-11-13Should the Media Be More or Less Powerful in Politics? Individual and Contextual Explanations for Politicians and JournalistsPhilip Baugut & Sebastian ScherrPolitical Communication
2018-11-14Audience Engagement, Reciprocity, and the Pursuit of Community Connectedness in Public Media JournalismValerie Belair-Gagnon, Jacob L. Nelson & Seth C. LewisJournalism Practice
2018-11-14Human Security as a Conceptual Framework: The Case of Palestinian JournalistsCarol B. Schwalbe, Jeannine E. Relly, Sally Ann Cruikshank & Ethan H. SchwalbeJournalism Studies
2018-11-15Who Is Exposed to News? It Depends on How You Measure: Examining Self-Reported Versus Behavioral News Exposure MeasuresEmily K. Vraga, Melissa TullySocial Science Computer Review
2018-11-15The Whole World Is Watching: Comparing European and United States News Coverage of the U.S. 2008 and 2016 ElectionsPeter Van Aelst, Rens Vliegenthart, Amber E. BoydstunInternational Journal of Communication
2018-11-15Routine Adjustments: How Journalists Framed the Charleston ShootingsWilliam P. Cassidy, Betty H. La France, Sam BabinInternational Journal of Communication
2018-11-15The effect of direct press support on the diversity of news content in NorwayHelle Sjøvaag & Truls André PedersenJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-11-15The role of British newspapers in framing the public perception and experience of European radio 1930 to 1939Paul RixonMedia History
2018-11-15Who Is Exposed to News? It Depends on How You Measure: Examining Self-Reported Versus Behavioral News Exposure MeasuresEmily K. Vraga, Melissa TullySocial Science Computer Review
2018-11-15Children’s news in Australia: content for young readers in Crinkling NewsPeter English, Renee Barnes, Jane Fynes-Clinton & Leicha StewartJournal of Children and Media
2018-11-15The Future of Voice and the Implications for NewsNic NewmanReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism report
2018-11-16Towards nuanced universality: Developing a concept bible for public service online news productionJenni HokkaEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-11-16News values on social media: Exploring what drives peaks in user activity about organizations on TwitterTheo Araujo, Toni GLA van der MeerJournalism
2018-11-16Principles and Boundaries of Fact-checking: Journalists’ PerceptionsPaul MenaJournalism Practice
2018-11-16Identity(ies) Explored: How Journalists’ Self-conceptions Influence Small-town NewsChristina C. SmithJournalism Practice
2018-11-16Journalism’s Relationship to Democracy: Roles, Attitudes, and PracticesJ. David Wolfgang, Tim P. Vos & Kimberly KellingJournalism Studies
2018-11-16The social foreign correspondent: reconfiguring journalistic branding research in the age of social mediaYuan Zeng & Yunya SongPopular Communication
2018-11-18Qatar in Egypt: The politics of Al JazeeraMarwa MaziadJournalism
2018-11-19Leadership, gender and the Arab media: a perception study of female journalists in EgyptCharles Wharton Kaye-Essien & Mai IsmailFeminist Media Studies
2018-11-19An investigation of the conceptualization of peace and war in peace journalism studies of media coverage of national and international conflictsValerie Gouse, Mariely Valentin-Llopis, Stephen Perry, Beryl NyamwangeMedia, War & Conflict
2018-11-20Trust in the European Union: Effects of the information environmentAnna Brosius, Erika J van Elsas, Claes H de VreeseEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-11-20How Right-Wing Extremists Use and Perceive News MediaPhilip Baugut, Katharina NeumannJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-11-20Ethical Boundaries among Freelance JournalistsBirgit Røe MathisenJournalism Practice
2018-11-20Doing “Well” or Doing “Good”: What Audience Analytics Reveal About Journalism’s Competing GoalsJacob L. Nelson & Edson C. Tandoc Jr.Journalism Studies
2018-11-20Strategic transformations in the mediaJohn J. OliverJournal of Media Business Studies
2018-11-20Stereotyping in representing the “Chinese Dream” in news reports by CNN and BBCJiayu WangSemiotica
2018-11-21Untrustworthy News and the Media as “Enemy of the People?” How a Populist Worldview Shapes Recipients’ Attitudes toward the MediaNayla FawziThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-11-21German Newsreels as Agents of HistorySigrun LehnertMedia History
2018-11-22Exploring the effects of polls on public opinion: How and when media reports of policy preferences can become self-fulfilling prophesiesBenjamin ToffResearch & Politics
2018-11-22All climate stories worth telling. Salience and positionality at the intersection of news values and framesRenée Moernaut, Jelle Mast, Martina TemmermanDiscourse, Context & Media
2018-11-22Making Sense of Data Journalism from Bangladesh PerspectiveMd Aminul IslamGlobal Media Journal
2018-11-23When the subaltern speaks: Re-examining indigenous-language media as alternative public sphere during colonial South AfricaGilbert MotsaathebeJournal of African Media Studies
2018-11-23The plight of the private press during the Zimbabwe crisis (2010–18)Pedzisai RuhanyaJournal of African Media Studies
2018-11-23Media coverage of child rights issues in Uganda: The case of The New VisionIvan Ashaba, Marlon AgabaJournal of African Media Studies
2018-11-23Hanging the Sin Eater: International Criminal Law’s Failure to Engage with the Role of Media in a Criminal StateMark BourrieCanadian Journal of Communication
2018-11-23Digital Solidarity, Analog Mobilization: An Ethnography of the Technology-Embedded Protest Networks of the Québec Student StrikeDoug TewksburyCanadian Journal of Communication
2018-11-23An Examination of the Framing of Climate Change by the Government of Canada, 2006-2016Andrew ChaterCanadian Journal of Communication
2018-11-23New Uses of "Old" Media: Exploring Technologies-in-Use in NunavutKareena CoelhoCanadian Journal of Communication
2018-11-23Balanced Journalism Amplifies Minority Positions: A Case Study of the Newspaper Coverage of a Fluoridation PlebisciteSimon J. Kiss, Karly Rath, Andrea PerrellaCanadian Journal of Communication
2018-11-25Acehnese or Indonesian?: Post-conflict representation of identity in a local newspaperNasya BahfenPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-25The Night Watch: Filipino TV journalists and Oplan TokhangMariquit Almario-GonzalezPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-25Phoenix rising 2000: How Timor-Leste’s media bloomed from the ashes of violence and bloody conflictBob HowarthPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-25Analysis of a beat-up: The structuring of a sensational media storyBrian MartinPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-25Internationalisation of the 'hidden' West Papua issue: A regional media matter for Melanesia and the PacificJohnny BladesPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-26Partisan Information Sources and Affective Polarization: Panel Analysis of the Mediating Role of Anger and FearYanqin Lu, Jae Kook LeeJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-11-27Journalism, journalism education and a region's integration: The case of Southeast AsiaJeremaiah M. OpinianoPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-27Representations of Islam and Muslims in New Zealand mediaKhairiah A RahmanPacific Journalism Review
2018-11-27Fearful Conservatives, Angry Liberals: Information Processing Related to the 2016 Presidential Election and Climate ChangeJanet Z. Yang, Haoran Chu, LeeAnn KahlorJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2018-11-27Examining the Roles of Political Social Network and Internal Efficacy on Social Media News Engagement: A Comparative Study of Six Asian CountriesMichael Chan, Hsuan-Ting Chen, Francis L. F. LeeThe International Journal of Press/Politics
2018-11-27Video Killed the News Article? Comparing Multimodal Framing Effects in News Videos and ArticlesThomas E. Powell, Hajo G. Boomgaarden, Knut De Swert & Claes H. de VreeseJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2018-11-27Hardwired for News: Affective Intelligence and Political AttentionW. Russell Neuman, George E. Marcus & Michael B. MacKuenJournal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
2018-11-27Influential News: Impact of Print Media Reports on the Fulfillment of Election PromisesPetia KostadinovaPolitical Communication
2018-11-28Beyond the Bubble: Assessing the Diversity of Political Search ResultsCornelius PuschmannDigital Journalism
2018-11-28Political Leaning and Coverage Sentiment: Are Conservative Newspapers More Negative Toward Women?Eran ShorSocial Science Quarterly
2018-11-28Earning Iowa: Local Newspapers and the Invisible PrimaryJoshua P. DarrSocial Science Quarterly
2018-11-28Subjectless images: visualization of migrants in Croatian and Slovenian public broadcasters’ online newsAndreja Vezovnik & Ljiljana ŠarićSocial Semiotics
2018-11-29Lost in uncertainty: How the Euro crisis affected European identity constructions in national media discoursesDennis Lichtenstein, Christiane EildersInternational Communication Gazette
2018-11-29Resources and repertoires: Elderly online practicesTobias Olsson, Ulli Samuelsson, Dino ViscoviEuropean Journal of Communication
2018-11-29Mo “Meta” Blues: How Popular Culture Can Act as Metajournalistic DiscoursePatrick FerrucciInternational Journal of Communication
2018-11-29Media Censures: The Hutchins Commission on the Press, the New York Intellectuals on Mass CultureStephen BatesInternational Journal of Communication
2018-11-29The news and its impact on Portuguese children’s perspectivesPatrícia SilveiraJournal of Children and Media
2018-11-29Time to step away from the ‘bright, shiny things’? Towards a sustainable model of journalism innovation in an era of perpetual changeJulie PosettiReuters Institute for the Study of Journalism report
2018-11-29Partisan Media, Polarized Audiences? A Qualitative Analysis of Online Political News and Responses in the United States, U.K., and The NetherlandsMichael HameleersInternational Journal of Public Opinion Research
2018-11-30New issue of British Journalism Review publishedBritish Journalism Review
2018-11-30When solution triggers more conflicts: Frames and tone of media coverage of the anti-open grazing law of Benue State, NigeriaCelestine Verlumun GeverMedia, War & Conflict
2018-11-30The (In)stability of Voters’ Perceptions of Competence and Associative Issue Ownership: The Role of Media Campaign CoverageAnke Tresch & Alexandra FeddersenPolitical Communication
2018-11-30Involuntary Witness: Amanda Alvear and the Coverage of the Massacre in Pulse in Spanish-Language News MediaDanny MendezJournal of Latin American Communication Research
2018-11-30Towards a Journalism-another: A proposal for periodist culture from and to Latin AmericaMaría Cruz Tornay, Martín OllerJournal of Latin American Communication Research
2018-11-30The Sovietization of Cuban Journalism. The Impact of Foreign Economy Dependency on Media Structures in a Post-Soviet EraSara Garcia SantamariaJournal of Latin American Communication Research
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