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Financial Journalism  

Jeffrey Timmermans

On a fundamental level, financial journalism provides information to individuals that helps them make informed economic choices, and understand how those choices impact their financial ... More

Foreign Correspondents  

Chris Paterson

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Feb 2019
The role of foreign correspondent has long been prominent in journalism but is undergoing considerable change. While many in this role are considered elite, and have a very high profile, ... More

Four Theories of the Press  

John Nerone

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Aug 2018
Siebert, Peterson, and Schramm’s Four Theories of the Press has been a powerful influence on scholarship on comparative press systems and normative press theories in the years since its ... More

Freelancing in Journalism  

Brian L. Massey and Cindy Elmore

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Jun 2018
The profession of journalism can hardly be explored today without recognizing the large number of journalists who work as freelancers rather than as organizational media direct employees. ... More

Gatekeeping and Journalism  

Pamela J. Shoemaker

One of the oldest social science theories applied to the study of communication, the gatekeeping approach emphasizes the movement of bits of information through channels, with an emphasis ... More

Gender and Journalism  

Linda Steiner

Understanding the role of gender in the newsroom involves tracing a shift from an initial consensus that women’s only journalistic role was to write with “a woman’s touch” about women, for ... More

Global Journalism  

Levi Obijiofor and Folker Hanusch

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Feb 2019
Two dominant approaches underline the theory, practice, and methodology of global journalism. The first approach captures the various ways that journalism is practiced in different ... More

Humanitarian Journalism  

Mel Bunce, Martin Scott, and Kate Wright

Humanitarian journalism can be defined, very broadly, as the production of factual accounts about crises and issues that affect human welfare. This can be broken down into two broad ... More

Intimacy, Emotion, and Journalism  

Karin Wahl-Jorgensen

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Jun 2019
Research on emotion and intimacy has been slow to develop in journalism studies. This is due to an allegiance to the model of liberal democracy and the associated ideal of objectivity. ... More

Journalism and Explaining News Content  

Erik Albæk, Morten Skovsgaard, and Claes H. de Vreese

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Feb 2017
Three models are presented to explain variation in news content. In the first model the explanation is based on the individual journalist, in the second model on the professional ... More

Journalism and Its Audience  

Karin Wahl-Jorgensen and Allaina Kilby

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Jan 2019
The relationship between journalism and its audience has undergone significant transformations from the earliest newspapers in the 18th century to 21st-century digital news. The role of ... More

Journalism as a Field  

Olivier Baisnée and Jérémie Nollet

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Jul 2019
Journalism as a field is a theoretical construction inspired by Pierre Bourdieu’s field theory, which sheds new light on the issues of media studies. This analytical framework was ... More

Journalism as Institution  

Tim P. Vos

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Feb 2019
Journalism is an institution inasmuch as it is constituted by shared beliefs and norms, informal rules and routines, and explicit rules. These features of journalism are expressed in ... More

Journalism, Culture, and Society  

Folker Hanusch

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Sep 2016
Culture is a broad term that is often used in a wide variety of contexts. Its meanings can be anything from very narrow conceptualizations such as the notion of high culture to a much ... More

Journalism Education  

Beate Josephi

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Jul 2016
Journalism education at the college level was first offered in 1869, and developed primarily in the United States. No other country has had a similar impact on the discipline, and the ... More

Journalism Ethics  

Patrick Lee Plaisance

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Jun 2016
News workers—writers, editors, videographers, bloggers, photographers, designers—regularly confront questions of potential harms and conflicting values in the course of their work, and the ... More

Journalism on the Web  

Michael Karlsson and Kristoffer Holt

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Sep 2016
In the early 21st century, almost everyone takes journalism on the web for granted. However, it was not many years ago that journalism moved online and a distinct form of journalism began ... More

Journalism’s Social Contract  

Helle Sjøvaag

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Sep 2018
Journalism’s “social contract” refers to journalism’s role in democracy, primarily its obligations to inform the public and scrutinize government. The notion of a contract, however, ... More

Journalistic Autonomy  

Henrik Örnebring and Michael Karlsson

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Dec 2019
The notion of journalistic autonomy is the idea that journalism as a societal institution, as well as individual journalists in their workplace (the newsroom), should be free from undue ... More

Journalistic Organizations: Arenas for Professional and Symbolic Struggles  

Florence Le Cam

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Jan 2020
From the end of the 19th century until the present, journalists have created associations, trade unions, clubs, and major international networks to organize workers, defend their rights, ... More

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