Using ChatGPT for Journalism and Media Education

The study “Collaborating With ChatGPT: Considering the Implications of Generative Artificial Intelligence for Journalism and Media Education” by John V. Pavlik from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey was coauthored with ChatGPT, a generative artificial intelligence platform that produces text responses from text prompts. ChatGPT is a natural language processing platform introduced to the … Continued

The view on note taking in journalism textbooks

The study ““Disastrous to Take a Single Note”: Memory and Materiality in a Century of U.S. Journalism Textbooks” by Perry Parks from Michigan State University investigated how journalism textbooks discuss an emblematic practice in journalism: taking notes (during interviews). Taking notes is often romanticized in popular presentations of journalism, and the reporter’s notebook has become … Continued

Why South Korean women journalists leave journalism

The study “Why Are Women Journalists Leaving the Newsroom in South Korea? Gendered and Emerging Factors that Influence the Intention to Leave” by Na Yeon Lee from Yonsei University and Changsook Kim from Ewha Womans University looked at traditional newsroom cultures and emerging factors from new media environment, and to what extent they influence South … Continued

Artificial Intelligence literacy for journalism

The study “Imagination, Algorithms and News: Developing AI Literacy for Journalism” by Mark Deuze from University of Amsterdam and Charlie Beckett from London School of Economics framed the dimensions of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and presented the components of AI literacy. According to the authors, journalism is intimately connected to the role of AI in news … Continued

The place of anger in journalism

The study “Anger and the investigative journalist” by Richard Stupart from University of Groningen theorizes on the role of anger in journalism, particularly investigative journalism, based on a discourse analysis of investigative journalists’ reflections on anger. Anger is often seen as a threat to the neutrality that journalists must maintain while working on a story. … Continued

Article: How Do Investigative Journalists Initiate Their Stories? 

The study “How Do Investigative Journalists Initiate Their Stories?” by Lena Wuergler and Pauline Cancela from University of Neuchâtel interviewed Swiss investigative journalists to uncover the origin of investigative stories. Investigative journalism is seen contradictingly as both the way for journalism to survive amidst the changes to the journalistic ecosystem and as an endangered species. … Continued