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Journalistic Writing and Style  

Maarit Jaakkola

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Jul 2018
The core of the journalistic style is the newswriting style. Writing news leans upon the objectivity paradigm that has triggered wide academic debate about the biases in defining ... More

Journalists’ Professional Roles and Role Performance  

Claudia Mellado

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Feb 2019
Professional roles are a key topic in journalism research along with the fundamental elements in defining journalism as a profession. For many decades, scholars have devoted their efforts ... More

Libel and Defamation in Journalism  

Andrew T. Kenyon

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May 2019
Defamation law seeks to reconcile protecting reputation and free speech, which has long made it significant for journalism. Common law systems have taken three broad approaches to the ... More

Lifestyle Journalism  

Unni From

Lifestyle journalism is a significant and very substantial field of journalism. Unlike other fields of journalism, however, it has not been the focus of much scholarly debate. Providing ... More

Literary Journalism  

Richard Lance Keeble

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Jul 2018
“Literary journalism” is a highly contested term, its essential elements being a constant source of debate. A range of alternative concepts are promoted: the “New Journalism,” “literary ... More

Local and Hyperlocal Journalism  

Kristy Hess and Lisa Waller

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Jul 2018
There are more local news outlets operating around the world at any given moment than larger-scale metropolitan newsrooms, and yet it is the latter that have dominated journalism ... More

Long-Term Trends in News Content  

Edda Humprecht and Linards Udris

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Feb 2019
The way news is produced and consumed has changed dramatically during the first two decades of the 21st century due to digitalization and economic pressures. In a globalized world, current ... More

Media Ownership and Journalism  

Helle Sjøvaag and Jonas Ohlsson

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Feb 2019
Media ownership is of interest to research on journalism due to the assumption that ownership can have an impact of the contents and practices of journalism. Ownership of news media take ... More

Media Systems and Journalism  

Paolo Mancini

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Jul 2019
In the early days of media studies researchers essentially devoted their attention to the effects of the media message. This has led to a major focus on the choices of single individuals ... More

Mobile Applications and Journalistic Work  

Allison J. Steinke and Valerie Belair-Gagnon

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Feb 2019
In the early 2000s, along with the emergence of social media in journalism, mobile chat applications began to gain significant footing in journalistic work. Interdisciplinary research, ... More

Mobile Journalism and MoJos  

Oscar Westlund and Stephen Quinn

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Aug 2018
Journalism and news are so much a part of our lives that most societies take them for granted. To access the news, people have traditionally had to pay for newspapers or acquire television ... More

The Nation-State and Journalism  

Shakuntala Rao

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Sep 2019
The concept of nation-state has historically been defined as peoples having some manner of territorial and political self-determination; cultural, linguistic, or religious affinity; and ... More

Native Advertising  

Bartosz Wojdynski

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Dec 2019
Native advertising has become an increasingly important revenue component for many online journalism publications. Because Web consumers engage in advertising avoidance strategies when ... More

News Agencies from Telegraph Bureaus to Cyberfactories  

Terhi Rantanen

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Mar 2019
Many national news agencies (press associations) are facing significant transformations and some of these longstanding institutions, which we once thought would last forever, may even ... More

News as Genre  

Jelle Mast

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Jan 2020
The term “genre,” typically understood as a conventional categorization of recognizable texts or discursive practices based on perceived similarities and differences, has become quite ... More

News as Narratives  

Jacob Ørmen and Andreas Gregersen

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Feb 2019
In recent years, academics and pundits have taken great interest in the role of storytelling in journalism. The spread of rumors, misinformation, and disinformation in public discourse has ... More

News Audiences and News Habits  

Jannie Møller Hartley

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Aug 2018
The focus of news-audience research has shifted from investigating news audiences of single platforms—such as newspapers, television, or radio news—to audiences in an inherently ... More

News, Children, and Young People  

Eiri Elvestad

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Dec 2019
Studies of how children and young people relate to news have made important contributions to the field of journalism. As early as the early 1900s, children’s and young people’s news ... More

News Distribution  

Joshua A. Braun

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Mar 2019
Media distribution plays a key role in defining publics by determining which groups are able to access and share news. Put more broadly, decisions about how content circulates, whether ... More

News Ecology and News Ecosystems  

Victor Wiard

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Feb 2019
“News ecology” and “news ecosystems” are two terms often used in journalism studies. They are, however, different concepts that draw from different lines of research and are used by ... More

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